Mirambika Crisis – possible criminal legal action against the 14/4 perpetrators, SAES, DoE & AICTE

NEW:

Given the DoE’s pathetic inspection report and the SAES’ filings before the Delhi HC, it is very clear that DoE officials and SAES are hand in glove in their attempt to malign some petitioner parents in order to justify 14/4. Therefore, the petitioner parents must, as earlier mentioned in this blog (see under OLD below), immediately file criminal complaints against concerned officials of SAES and DoE and those who moved the school on 14/4 to the residential Ashram. There is NO POINT in going soft in this matter any further.

OLD:

Don’t know why the petitioner parents are pussyfooting on the matter if they really want the 14/4 perpetrators to be booked and the school moved back to its rightful pre 14/4 location? From related SAES etc filings in the court, it is clear that there was some criminal conspiracy and collusion between AICTE, SAES, the School Management and some parents like Vikrant Abrol (who misrepresented facts before the SAES, DDA & AICTE regarding parents having accepted the 14/4 shift), Nerwal and others (who helped SAES clandestinely shift the school on 13-14/4) which attracts Section 120 read with Sections 420 (cheating), 406 (criminal breach of trust), 467, 468(forgery) and 491 (breach of contract) of the Indian Penal Code. Similarly, there was some criminal conspiracy between SAES and the School Management to defraud the children and their parents as regards the building and facilities of the school. Since the gloves are off now, the petitioner parents must move fast with full force to get the 14/4 perpetrators punished under the applicable criminal law. Such action should also target those parents who, while supporting the 14/4 shift, are assisting SAES as contractors, architects, vendors, etc with the ongoing illegal construction around the Matri Store under the wrongful ‘roof repair’ approval obtained from the MCD.

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6 thoughts on “Mirambika Crisis – possible criminal legal action against the 14/4 perpetrators, SAES, DoE & AICTE

  1. Amit May 24, 2015 / 2:17 pm

    AK’s asking that he has the right to choose his officers was valid. But his locking out AM who was doing his duty was stupid.

    Maybe AK did not learn from the first mistake he made by staging the Dharna and then resigning, and then getting wiped out in the LS elections. The issue pertaining to the alleged Sex and Drugs racket in Khirki ext. was not wrong, but handling of the situation and then the Dharna was stupid.

    Similarly, the way students/parents were allegedly treated by SAES/Mirambika management is a valid issue, but some of the posts on this blog are going in the same direction as AK’s stupidity.

    I have said earlier, you don’t have a case if you continue with the argument that Mirambika runs from the land allocated for a college. Apart from misuse of land, back of the envelope calculation will show that fees collected from about 170, less EWS, is not even good enough to hire sweepers for an area as big as 10 acres.

    You benefitted from SAES’s alleged misuse of public resources. Like or not, that is a fact.

    At the same time, the students of Mirambika have a legitimate right to proper space.

    Once the matter is in court, there can be several intervenors. Above that, someone can file a PIL pleading that why should a school run for a small group of allegedly elite parents on 10 acres of Prime Land meant for a college.

    Last but not the least, what if SAES decides to derecognize and shut down Mirambika?

    Think about it!

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  2. Amit May 24, 2015 / 2:21 pm

    AK’s asking that he has the right to choose his officers was valid. But his locking out AM who was doing his duty was stupid.

    Maybe AK did not learn from the first mistake he made by staging the Dharna and then resigning, and then getting wiped out in the LS elections. The issue pertaining to the alleged Sex and Drugs racket in Khirki ext. was not wrong, but handling of the situation and then the Dharna was stupid.

    Similarly, the way students / parents were allegedly treated by SAES / Mirambika management is a valid issue, but some of the posts on this blog are going in the same direction as AK’s stupidity.

    I have said earlier, you don’t have a case if you continue with the argument that Mirambika runs from the land allocated for a college. Apart from misuse of land, back of the envelope calculation will show that fees collected from about 170, less EWS, is not even good enough to hire sweepers for an area as big as 10 acres.

    You benefitted from SAES’s alleged misuse of public resources. Like or not, that is a fact.

    At the same time, the students of Mirambika have a legitimate right to proper space. That space is not the almost 10 acres of land meant for a college!

    Once the matter is in court, there can be several intervenors. Above that, someone can file a PIL pleading that why should a school run for a small group of allegedly elite parents on 10 acres of Prime Land meant for a college?

    Last but not the least, what if SAES decides to derecognize and shut down Mirambika?

    Think about it !

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    • savemirambika May 25, 2015 / 12:01 am

      If SAES has misused public resources acc to your wisdom, it should be dealt with as per law. We know what case we have. SAES is no one to derecognize & shut down Mirambika.

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      • Amit May 25, 2015 / 1:10 am

        Those who want to bring out the truth do not write blogs anonymously.

        The misuse of public resource is about 10 acres of land meant for a college, not school.

        If management decides to shut down the school, there is a procedure under which it can do so.

        Good luck!

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  3. Amit May 25, 2015 / 1:10 am

    Those who want to bring out the truth do not write blogs anonymously.

    The misuse of public resource is about 10 acres of land meant for a college, not school.

    If management decides to shut down the school, there is a procedure under which it can do so.

    Good luck!

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