Monday, July 27, 2015




email:  okhlaenclave@gmail.com
Cell Nos. 9818233779,  9868102781


Dear Members,

The detailed Order dated 15-07-2015 of Hon’ble Apex Court are as under:

“O R D E R
I.A. No. 13 OF 2014

Mr.V. Giri, learned senior counsel seeks permission to withdraw this application in order to move the appropriate forum.  The prayer is allowed.  I.A. No. 13, accordingly, dismissed as withdrawn.

We have heard learned counsel for all the parties including the learned counsel appearing in the write petitions as also in the other interlocutory applications.

At the very outset, we are not inclined to entertain these writ petitions and interlocutory applications, except Interlocutory Application Nos. 8 and 9 in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 876 of 1996, and to adjudicate their title in respect of the area where they alleged to have been in occupation. Those writ petitions and interlocutory applications are hereby dismissed.

However, the writ petitioners and the other petitioners who have filed interlocutory applications are give liberty to move the appropriate forum by filing suits/other proceedings for adjudication of their title and possession.

The interim order, if any, passed in these writ petitions and interlocutory applications shall continue to be in force for a period of three months so that they may file applications before the Court where suits or proceedings that may be filed and pray for interim relief.

It is made clear that while hearing the interlocutory applications or passing order, the Court concerned shall not be prejudiced by the orders passed by this Court.  We further direct that the suits or proceedings, if any, that may be filed by these persons shall be decided as expeditiously as possible, preferably within a period of one year.

So far as the interest of the petitioners in IA Nos. 8 & 9 is concerned, having regard to the orders passed by this Court on 1.7.2013, 10.7.2014 and 4.8.2014, before we finally adjudicate the matter, we direct the Director General (DG), Town and Country Planning to file a fresh affidavit giving the details of the land available, excluding the land alleged to have been occupied by the encroachers or persons claiming title and also under general category and to state how the persons who have been allotted as far back as in the year 1986 and thereafter shall be accommodated.

It has come from the Bar that it is the builder who is actually involved in the distribution of plots and also alleged to have been committed fraud by transferring the same plot to more than one persons.  The builder is, therefore, directed to file an affidavit giving his explanation and also to state as to how the persons interested shall be accommodated in the land.

In so far as those interlocutory applications filed by the persons other than the alleged encroachers or persons claiming title, they may, if so advised move the High Court for redressal of the grievance.

Put up I.A. Nos. 8 & 9 in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 876 of 1996 after six weeks.
                                                                                                           Sd/-
                                                                                                   J.(M.Y.Eqbal)
                                                                                                              
                                                                                                            Sd/-       
                                                                                                  J.(C. Nagappan)
New Delhi
July 15, 2015


As per above order only our Association is before the Hon’ble Court.  We are arranging the AGM very shortly to explain the factual position, which information will be given to you separately on your Cell and e-mail. However, all members are requested to provide their Cell Nos. as well as e-mail before 7th August 2015.

-MP Pandey,

GENERAL SECRETARY.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015




  email:  okhlaenclave@gmail.com


Dear Members,

With best of your cooperation, we have been pursuing  our Case in the Hon’able Supreme Court of India consistently and vigorously since 1996. In this pursuit we earnestly tried to unite all Associations / groups to fight jointly to achieve speedier justice, despite assurances the false ego of involved leaders seemed to have deterred them to come under common umbrella for the benefit of all genuine plot holders. As such we spearheaded the solo fight braving all sorts of problems like resources crunch, sluggishness of delivery of justice but our ultimate aim of fighting for our rights despite odds kept us in the forefront.

With best of efforts of our learned Advocates, despite some deletions of hearing dates, our case was heard on 15th July, 2015, the ORDER is as follows:

“Upon hearing the counsel, Court made the following ORDER

I A No. 13 is dismissed as withdrawn.

All the writ petitions and interlocutory applications, except Writ Petition (Civil) No. 876 of 1996, are dismissed.

The interim order, if any, passed in these writ petitions and interlocutory applications shall continue to be in force for a period of 3 months.

Put up I A No. 8 & 9 in W P (Civil) No. 876 of 1996 after six weeks.


(Indu Pokhariyal)                                                (Sukhbir Paul Kaur)
Court Master                                                        A R –CUM- P S
                     (Signed order placed on the file)”

As evident from the order, only our Writ Petition is taken up for further adjudication in Apex Court, all other   W Ps / I As have either been dismissed or have been given liberty to be taken up in appropriate court. Earlier the Hon’ble Apex Court had appointed Amicus Curiae to prepare brief for the Court based on details furnished by the Registry, Amicus Curiae also established that our Association representing original allottees, has record of consistent fight.

The General Body meeting is being arranged to apprise you of all details of happenings, resource crunch, future course of action, etc. The defaulters are once again requested to deposit the dues without any delay.

This for your kind information.

-M P Pandey
General Secretary (Honorary)


Tuesday, July 14, 2015



                                                                                                                                                                                       email:  okhlaenclave@gmail.com
Dear Members,

            Lot of calls are being received from the Association members regarding the date of hearing on 8th July, 2015.  Earlier the date of hearing was being shown 8th July 2015 in the advance list of court  but later on our case was deleted from the final list. 

            The above information has already been supplied to all those members who are attached with the Association through WhatsApp.

            Again the date was being shown on 15th July ’15 which again removed. Now we are waiting the final list of next week cases.    It is also added that as & when the case will be heard by the Hon’ble Court, necessary information will be made available to members through this site as well as on WhatsApp.

            Various members have not deposited their legal charges due against them despite of repeated request as well as their names had also been placed in the website of Association.    In future, we will be unable to present our advocate before the court on the due date in case of insufficient fund. We would also like to add here  very clearly  that the Association will be helpless to favour the defaulter members in case of any final judgment/orders comes out.

            M/s. Durga Builder requested before the Hon’ble Court  on 01-02-2014 that 150 plot holders’ (supreme court petitioners) have not deposited  their dues and the Hon’ble Court passed the order to Associations to go before the DGTPC (Govt. of Haryana) on 3rd Feb.’14  & explain their part about the said dues.  The members who have paid the share of their legal charges to Association, those cases have already been settled with the Govt. but we remain silent for defaulter members.

            This is for kind information of members.
           
Regards,
                                                                                                   -MP Pandey,
                                                                                                General Secretary

Wednesday, April 15, 2015



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Dear Members,

            The case was heard by the Bench of Hon’ble Apex Court on 15th April, 2015 and  order passed  to provide the copies of Amicus Curiae report to parties through e-mail and the parties have been asked to submit their objections, if any, within four weeks’ for further action in the matter.

            Late night the mail was received with the attachment of said report.  Broadly it is noticed that the facts from issuing the licenses to M/s. Durga Builders (P) Ltd to up to date available facts are placed in a brief shape  in report under reference. 

            Dear Members, now the brief/summery of case is before the Hon’ble Court  for further action in the matter.  We hope that now the case will be heard in the month of July 2015 due to summer vacation from 2nd week of May to 30th June’15.

            We will remain in touch with our members & their suggestions are most welcome. 
            
                                                                                                              -MP Pandey,
GENERAL SECRETARY (HONORARY)

IN HINDI
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Sunday, March 15, 2015



                                                                                             e-mail:  okhlaenclave@gmail.com
            



The case  heard by a bench of Hon’ble Apex Court & passed following order:

UPON   hearing  the  Counsels  the  Court  made  the  following 
                                             ORDER
            Perused the letters circulated.  In  terms  of  Order  dated 10th  February, 2015,  the  Amicus  Curiae  was  required  to  submit  requisite  report  within  a  period  of  four  weeks.  Ms. Anitha  Shenoy, learned  Co-Amicus  Curiae  further  seeks  four  weeks’  more  time  for  compliance  of  the  order. 
            By  way  of  last  indulgence, we  allow  time  till  10th  April, 2015.
            The  matter  be  placed  within  a  week  thereafter.

            Please visit regularly the Blogger of Association for latest & accurate information.

                                                                                        -MP Pandey,
                                                                      GENERAL SECRETARY (HONORARY)



Thursday, February 19, 2015






The cases were called for hearing on 10-02-2015 when Mr. Raju Ramaachandran Sr. Adv.  (Amicus Curiae) was also present. 
                Upon hearing the counsel the Court made the following
                                                O R D E R
We have perused the preliminary report of the learned Amicus Curiae.  At the outset, we make it clear that the report that the learned Amicus Curiae is required to submit to the Court is a compilation of the relevant facts in seriatum indicating, inter-alia, the claims an d counter-claims of the various parties before the Court and the orders passed with regard to the same.  The learned Amicus Curiae is not required to give any hearing to any of the contesting parties or to take any material or application(s)/document(s) from any of such parties.  The report to be submitted by the learned Amicus Curiae will be solely on the basis of the materials already on record.  The above clarification has become necessary in view of certain submissions made before us.
                Having considered the preliminary report of the learned Amicus Curiae, we appoint Ms. Anitha Shenoy, Advocate-on-Record as the co-Amicus Curiae who will inspect the records along with a team of junior advocate of her choice.  Thereafter, in consultation with Shri Raju Ramachandran, learned Amicus Curiae, the requisite report will be submitted within a period of  four weeks from today.
                It is stated at the par that Writ Petition (Civil) Nos. 1084/2014, 2/2015 and 6/2015 are similar to the present matters and may be heard along with the present matters. It is ordered accordingly.
                List the matters on 10th March, 2015.


On going through the Association record, the outstanding dues are against various hon’ble members and despite of number of request, the result is not fruitful.  On each hearing, we have to pay heavy amount to Counsels on account of fee as we are main petitioner in the case.  We would like to make it clear that if the outstanding dues not received by the Association by 28th February 2015, it will not be possible to fight the case on the behalf of defaulters nor the future hearings will be attained in the absence of legal fee.

At present now we are in a crucial stage of fight, therefore, following members are requested to make their outstanding dues clear before scheduled date with the Cashier, S/Shri GS Rana (9868149777), GS Routela(9899360062) or General Secretary(9619233779) against payment of receipt at the spot  subject to prior appointment on their Cell Numbers. 

If some members are unable to approach the above said officials, they are requested to deposit their outstanding dues in Association Account as under:
Name of Account Holder:   Okhla Enclave Plot Holders Welfare Association.
Bank Name:          State Bank of India,          Branch Name:    Bhogal,
Saving A/C No.       10825178562,    IFC Code:  sbin0001274,   Branch Code:  1274 
 
The members who will deposit their dues directly in Association account, is requested to furnish the detail i.e.  date of deposit, Cheque detail  and name of plot holder through SMS in Cell No. 9818233779 or on Whatsapp No. 9650301212 so that payment of member concern may be update in record immediately. 
                                          
                                 LIST  OF  OUTSTANDING  DUES 

S.No.
Membership No.
Name of Member
Total Legal Charges
Total Member-ship
Total dues
Remarks

1

SC-3
S/Sh./Smt./Ms.
Adel Singh
3000
800
3800

2
SC-4
Abdul A. Ansari
10000
200
10200
Having two plot Nos. A-39A & D-55 but partly legal charges paid for A-39A earlier.
3
SC-9
Anil Kr Kotiyal. S/o Beru Ram
3000
200
3200

5
SC-13
Asha Kakkar
3000
200
3200

6
SC-14
Ashok Jindal
3000
700
3700

7
SC-5
Babu Lal Mishra
3000
200
3200

8
SC-13
Bharat Ram Dabral
3000
400
3400

9
SC-22
Bimla Devi& Bal KiSan
8000
800
8800

10
SC-23
Bishan Singh Raje Singh
3000
400
3200

11
SC-1
Chaman Lal
3000
400
3400

12
SC-2
Chander Singh Awal
3000
600
3600

13
SC11
Darwan Singh Rawat
3000
400
3400

14
SC-4
Darhan Singh Rawat
3000
400
3400

15
SC-13
Devi Singh
3000
400
3400

16
SC-6
DD Johi/Girdhari Lal
3000
600
3600

17
SC-15
Divyani Richa
3000
600
3600

18
SC-1
Gabar Singh
3000
400
3400

19
SC-8
Gopal Singh Bisht S/o Beer Singh
3000
600
3600

20
SC-3
Harish Bhalla
3000
400
3400

21
SC-3
Indersain Khusrija
8000
1000
9000

22
SC-1
Jagdis Kaur
3000
600
3600

23
SC-30
Jai Ram
3000
600
3600

24
SC-6
Jaya Sachdeva
8000
1200
9200

25
SC-7
Jagdish Bisht
3000
400
3400

26
SC-9
Jasvinder Kaur
3000
600
3600

27
SC-1
K Subhramanam
8000
1200
9200
Defaulter Member
28
SC-2
Kailash Batra
3000
600
3600

29
SC-6
Kamlesh Rani
3000
400
3400

30
SC-8
Kartar Chand
3000
800
3600

31
SC-11
Kishan Dabral
3000
400
3400

32
SC-13
Kishan Chand Upreti
3000
800
3800

33
SC-14
Kanshi Ram Chauhan
3000
3400
3400

34
SC-16
Kusum Sharma
3000
800
3800

35
SC-17
Kusum Latata Dabral
11000
400
11400
Having two plot Nos. C-3 & D-45 and partly legal charges paid only for C-3. Long defaulter since sale-deed.
36
SC-3
Lal Singh
3000
800
3800

37
SC-4
Lalit Mohan
3000
400
3400

38
SC-5
Lucy Alexander
3000
200
3200

39
SC-1
Maya Devi W/o Ram Gopal
3000
400
3400

40
SC-5
MM Pant
3000
400
3400

41
SC-6
Mohan Lal Dhyani
3000
800
3800

42
SC-12
Munshi Ram
3000
400
3400

43
SC-14
Munissh Aggarwal
3000
400
3400

44
SC-16
Munwar Shakoori
8000
800
8800
Long Defaulter.
45
SC-18
Madan Lal
3000
400
3400

46
SC-2
Nand Kishor Agarwal
3000
400
3400

47
SC-2
Om Prakash Chutani
8000
1000
9000
Long Defaulter
48
SC-4
Onkar Singh
3000
3400
3400

49
SC-1
PC Kharbanda
3000
400
3400

50
SC-3
Prem Lata  W/o Patan Lal
3000
400
3400

51
SC-5
Punam Garg
3000
500
3400

52
SC-10
Pitambari Devi
3000
400
3400

53
SC-11
Purbi Matti
11000
400
11400

54
SC-4
RK Saxena
8000
1400
9400
Long defaulter
55
SC-7
Rakesh Grover
3000
800
3800

56
SC-10
Rajender Pd. Dabral
3000
400
3400

57
Sc-12
Rajiv Kr. Sehgal S/o HS Sehgal
3000
400
3400

58
SC-14
Ramni Kutty
3000
800
3800

59
SC-17
Ram Chander Dbral
3000
400
3400

60
SC-19
Ram Ratti Sharma W/o Sri Niwas Sharma
3000
400
3400

61
SC-22
Rattan Mani Dabral
3000
800
3800

62
SC-23
Ramvir Singh Raghav
3000
400
3400

63
SC-24
Ramesh Garg
3000
400
3400

64
SC-25
Ramesh Goyal
3000
400
3400

65
SC-29
Reshmi Jindal
3000
400
3400

66
SC-30
Raj Kr. Sharma S/o CL Sharma
3000
800
3800

67
SC-32
Renu Aggarwal
11000
400
11400
Having two plot Nos. C-6 & J-31B but partly legal charges paid for C-6.
68
SC-34
RN Roy
3000
800
3800

69
SC-35
Roop  Singh
3000
400
3400

70
SC-4
Sandhya Goyal
3000
400
3400

71
SC-7
Santosh Devi W/o Narain Singh
3000
400
3400

72
SC-12
Shyam Singh Sahaha
3000
400
3400

73
SC-2
Sandeep Kr. Sehgal S/o HS Sehgal
3000
400
3400

74
SC-15
Sharda Gupta W/o AK Gupta
8000
1000
9000
Long defaulter
75
SC-16
Sulocna Rawat
3000
800
3800

76
SC-17
Shyam Lal Rana
3000
400
3400

77
SC-18
Shyam Singh Rawat
R/o Burari
3000
400
3400

78
SC-21
Sri Ram Kapoor
16000
800
16800
Having two plot Nos. B-248C & J-47A put earlier paid partly payment of J-47A.  Long defaulter.
79
SC-26
Sushila Devi W/o LN Dhyani
3000
400
3400

80
SC-42
Sunil Kr. S/o HC Sehgal
3000
400
3400

81
SC-22
Sucy John
3000
400
3400

82
SC-20
Sonia Batra
3000
800
3800

83
SC-29
Sunder Lal Dabral
3000
400
3400

84
SC-27
Sushma Pant
3000
400
3400

85
SC-34
Surender Singh Rawat
3000
400
3400

86
SC-35
Sushma DeviR/o Lawrence Road
3000
400
3400

87
SC-2
T Mani Raj
8000
1200
9200
Long  defaulter
88
SC-1
Tung Nath Dubey
3000
800
3800

80
SC-1
V. Subha Laxmi
3000
400
3400

90
SC-3
Vijay Gupta
3000
600
3600

91
SC-4
Virender Kr. Chopra
3000
400
3400

92
SC-6
VLN Sharma
3000
400
3400

93
HC-2
AK Nihlani
3000
200
3200-=

94
HC-3
AK Srivastavq
3000
200
3200

95
HC-13
Amar Singh
3000
200
3200

96
HC-18
Anita Singh/Rajpal
3000
2w00
3200

97
HC-18
Basant Pandey/Vipin Joshi
3000
200
3200

98
HC-17
James Yep
3000
200
3200

99
HC-20
Janardhan Pd.
3000
200
3200

100
HC-22
Kanta Tola/Hardev Tola
10000
1200
11200
Lot of message sent no reply.
101
HC-46
Kishan Gopal
3000
200
3200

102
Adl. HC-57
Krishna Devi
3000
200
3200

103
HC-4
Lata Megnani
3000
200
3200

104
Adl. HC-58
Kajal Amlani
3000
200
3200

105
HC-20
Manoj Jain/TK Mittal
3000
200
3200

106
HC-46
Mukhtiyar Singh
3000
200
3200

107
HC-27
Nathi Lal
8000
800
8800
Lot of message sent no intimation.
108
HC-27
Puran Chand Sharma
3000
200
3200

109
HC-32
Prem Prakash
3000
200
3200

110
HC-37
P Rajeshwari
3000
200
3200

111
HC-38
P. Mohan Krishan
3000
200
3200

112
HC-12
Raj Kr./AK Sharma
10000
1200
11200

113
HC-37
Ramesh Chand
3000
200
3200

114
HC-64
Ranjeet Kaur
3000
400
3400

115
HC-83
RL Hans/Chhaya Hans
3000
200
3200

116
HC-17
Sarojni Rawat
8000
800
8800
Lot of message sent no information
117
HC-20
Shanti Barthwal
8000
800
8800
     -do-
118
HC-77
Sudha Rawat
10000
1400
11400
Lot of message sent no information
119
HC-2
Tanu Jain, Sarojni  Nagar
3000
200
3200

120
HC-2
Yasodha Chamoli
3000
200
3200


Suppose some members outstanding amount shown wrongly in above Chart/list, are requested to send their payments detail on above Cell numbers immediately for further action in the matter.  It is also added that the membership of two years are due against almost  other members whose names are not in above list.
Dear Friends, you know very well that we are fighting for truth, therefore, hope that very shortly we will get victory as we are on the way of truth.  We hope, that learned Amicus Curiae will submit their report to Hon’ble Court up to next hearing and thereafter we will made best effort to hold a General Body Meeting of those members whose outstanding dues will not remain in pending

We require your co-operation at this juncture.  
                                                                                                                            

                                                                                            -MP Pandey,
                                                                     GENERAL SECRETARY (HONORARY)