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Aug 14 2003 (SC)

Guruvayur Devaswom Managing Commit. and anr. Vs. C.K. Rajan and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : JT2003(7)SC312; 2003(3)KLT618(SC); 2003(6)SCALE401; (2003)7SCC546

..... a hurry.72. the very fact that our attention has been drawn that the state in a given situation can take recourse to the commission of enquiry act, 1952 for the purpose of enquiring into the alleged irregularities in the matter of management of temple is itself a pointer to the ..... well', the same would not necessarily mean that it must appoint a commissioner and thereby purporting to exercise jurisdiction akin to the provisions of the commission of enquiry act, 1952 or kerala public men's corruption (investigations and inquiries) act, 1987. the power under the said statute is to be exercised ..... some of the allegations made by him would be borne out from the records maintained by the temple.25. drawing our attention to the provisions of commission of enquiry act, 1952 and the kerala public men's corruption (investigations and inquiries) act, 1987 (act 24 of 1988), the learned counsel would submit ..... found to be necessary by the state itself.73. in this connection, it may be noticed:(a) under section 3 of the commission of enquiry act, where the appropriate government is of the opinion that it is necessary so to do and resolutions are passed by the concerned legislatures, ..... out the correctness or otherwise of the allegations made in a writ petition. it was submitted that even provisions of the commission of enquiry act was resorted to for the purpose of enquiry as regard management of temples. reference in this connection has been made on tilkayat shri govindlalji maharaj v. the state of .....

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Jan 27 1999 (HC)

Niyamavedi and Etc. Etc. Vs. Director, Cbi and ors.

Court : Kerala

Reported in : 2000(1)ALT(Cri)176; 1999CriLJ2231

..... varghese. the government are not bound to accept those recommendations. instances are not wanting when governments have completely rejected the report of such enquiry commissions, if those recommendations do not satisfy their view or ideology. if the government accepts the recommendations in toto, further criminal action has to be initiated thereafter. thus, according ..... order of the supreme court and the report of the learned additional district judge.12. therefore the question is whether it is desirable to have a judicial enquiry under the commission of enquiries act as contemplated by the government, or whether an investigation into the offence of murder committed by the additional 5th respondent is to be ordered. the ..... p. balagangadhara menon, learned senior counsel appearing in o. p. no. 22485/98 for the relatives of varghese submitted that his clients are satisfied with the proposed enquiry under the commission of enquiries act, 1952. it was further submitted that the relatives of varthese are not interested in getting compensation from the state.2. sri a. x. varghese, learned counsel ..... judicial enquiry though laudable in its object, always involves time, money and energy. the result can only be certain recommendations or findings regarding the cause of the death of .....

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Oct 27 2005 (HC)

A. Obaidhullah Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu, Represented by the Secreta ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2005(5)CTC380

..... 1977. the commission after conducting enquiry, submitted a report in the year 1978. the commission gave its findings to the effect that number of prisoners who were confined in the central prison between february, 1976 and february, 1977 who ..... the present writ petitioners? 9. it is not in dispute that on 12-5-77, the government of tamil nadu appointed ome man commission consisting of mr. justice m.m. ismail under the provisions of commission of enquiry act to enquire into allegations regarding the ill-treatment meted out to the prisoners in central prison, madras between february, 1976 and february, ..... under rule 17 (b) of tamil nadu (classification, control and appeal) rules as he was one of the 3 warders indicted by the commission. the petitioner submitted his reply to the charge memo and requested the enquiry officer to exonerate him from the charges. for over 12 years, the petitioner did not receive either from the first respondent or the ..... grade ii warder, central prison, madras. like others, he was also indicated by the commission in the commission's report [para 4 (56) and para 7 (26)]. it is his grievance that the commission did not summon him for enquiry and nobody spoke about him before the enquiry. however, the commission gave adverse findings before the deputy inspector general of prisons, mr. muthu venkatachalam. accordingly .....

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Oct 14 2011 (HC)

Devrao S/O Kisan Lad and ors. Vs. the District Collector and ors.

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... that opportunity of hearing on the report should have been given to the petitioners. 22. we have already found that full opportunity of hearing was given by justice palkar commission during the enquiry conducted by it. thereafter, upon hearing both the sides, the report was prepared and submitted to the state government. in such situation, since ample opportunity of hearing was ..... submissions of both the sides and to give our findings/conclusion at the one and same place in order to avoid repetition. [d] nature of enquiry by justice palkar commission : 17. as regards the applicability of the commission of enquiry act, mr. v.j. dixit, learned senior counsel has advanced argument on behalf of the petitioners. he submitted that since the supreme court has ..... would show that it is not the state government which has appointed shri justice a.b. palkar to preside over the commission of enquiry but the supreme court in its plenary jurisdiction has appointed shri justice a.b. palkar to make enquiry into the matter and the state government was directed to merely make necessary arrangements. in view of this, the provisions of ..... by shri justice a.b. palkar (since deceased), it was necessary for the state government to appoint the commission of enquiry under the provisions of the act. the enquiry ought to have been conducted as per the provisions of the act. the report of the commission ought to have been considered by the cabinet and thereafter, the proper decision by the state government ought .....

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Nov 11 1997 (HC)

E. Suraj Singh and ors. Vs. Manipur Public Service Commission and ors.

Court : Guwahati

..... order dated 9.1.1996 while disposing of the misc. application. it would appeared from the report of the registrar that, there werep2 fabrication marks in tabulation. 10. that das commission of enquiry was constituted by the government, vide, its notification dated 25.3.1996 with the terms of reference, the relevant of which is reference (a) reads :-'(a) to enquire into ..... and therefore, the relief which are not prayed for in the writ petition cannot be granted. (c) the deposition made before the commission of enquiry has no evidentiary value and cannot be used in judicial proceeding inasmuch as commission of enquiry is only a fact finding body and not court. (d) if written examination is cancelled, meritorious candidates who have been found successful and ..... a notification dated 25.3.1996 in exercise of power conferred under sub-section (1) of section 3 of the commission of enquiry act, 1953, under the chairmanship of justice t.c das (retd). the commission has submitted its report on 18.10.1996 which has been rejected by the government. i shall deal with the terms of reference and findings of ..... of marks secured by the successful candidates. some of the unsuccessful candidates filed representation to the chairman, manipur public service commission by its representation dated 27.12.1995 inter alia praying for appointment of high power committee to conduct enquiry into the manner in which the answer scripts were examined and the conduct of the examination, the process of tabulation of .....

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Nov 11 1997 (HC)

E. Suraj Singh and ors. Vs. Manipur Public Service Commission and ors.

Court : Guwahati

..... order dated 9.1.1996 while disposing of the misc. application. it would appeared from the report of the registrar that, there werep2 fabrication marks in tabulation.10. that das commission of enquiry was constituted by the government, vide, its notification dated 25.3.1996 with the terms of reference, the relevant of which is reference (a) reads :-'(a) to enquire into ..... and therefore, the relief which are not prayed for in the writ petition cannot be granted. (c) the deposition made before the commission of enquiry has no evidentiary value and cannot be used in judicial proceeding inasmuch as commission of enquiry is only a fact finding body and not court. (d) if written examination is cancelled, meritorious candidates who have been found successful and ..... a notification dated 25.3.1996 in exercise of power conferred under sub-section (1) of section 3 of the commission of enquiry act, 1953, under the chairmanship of justice t.c das (retd). the commission has submitted its report on 18.10.1996 which has been rejected by the government. i shall deal with the terms of reference and findings of ..... of marks secured by the successful candidates. some of the unsuccessful candidates filed representation to the chairman, manipur public service commission by its representation dated 27.12.1995 inter alia praying for appointment of high power committee to conduct enquiry into the manner in which the answer scripts were examined and the conduct of the examination, the process of tabulation of .....

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Sep 11 2000 (HC)

Amarsinhbhai Bhilabhai Chaudhary Vs. State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2001)3GLR2441

..... instant case, we find that in the case of the person against whom earlier the court expressed an opinion that the matter is required to be investigated. ultimately under the commission of enquiries act, a retired judge of the high court was appointed to conduct the inquiry. however, the time being over, the matter was referred to the lokayukta before the respondent ..... inquiry has been ordered under the public servants (inquiries) act, 1850 with his prior concurrence, or (b) in respect of a matter which has been referred for inquiry under the commissions of enquiry act, 1952 on his recommendation or with his prior concurrence or by the state government under the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 7, or (c) in respect ..... commission of enquiry in consonance with the provisions of section 3 of the commission of enquiry act, keeping in view the provisions of section 7 of the act. it appears that the state government took a decision on or about 28th may, 1996 to ..... was one of the respondents. large-scale culling of trees is said to have taken place in the surat circle of the forest department. the court directed appointment of a commission under the provisions contained in the commission of enquiry act. it was also directed that it will be open for the state government to independently consider the question of appointing .....

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Nov 03 2009 (HC)

Rajaka Hakkula Porata Samithi (A.P.) Rep. by Its President and ors. Vs ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2010(1)ALT534

..... the government of a.p., vide g.o.ms. no. 870 education department dated 12.4.1968, appointed a commission of enquiry, under section 3 of the commission of enquiries act, 1952, to (i) determine the criteria to be adopted in considering whether any sections of indian citizens in ..... the mere fact that 'mudiraj, mutrasi and tenugollu' were carrying on several occupations, including fishing, during the period when the anantaraman commission was conducting its enquiry, is of no consequence. board standing order no. 211(1) required co-operative societies consisting of fishermen to be given the ..... .1970 and its acceptance by the government in g.o.ms. no. 1793 dated 23.9.1970. as the anantaraman commission, after a detailed and elaborate enquiry, has held otherwise, the earlier g.o.ms. no. 98 dated 22.1.1964, which proceeds on the premise ..... that 'mutrasi' are a backward class whose occupation is fishing, cannot form the basis for clubbing 'mudiraj, mutrasi and tenugollu' with 'agnikulakshtriyas' at serial no. 1 of group-a.19. it is evident from the anantaraman commission ..... also not the basis of classification, of the socially and educationally backward classes, into four groups. even on a cursory examination of the anantaraman commission report it is evident that backward classes, belonging to the same/ similar traditional occupations, have been placed in different groups. vimuktha jathis, ( .....

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Nov 24 1971 (SC)

Premier Automobiles Ltd. and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1972SC1690

..... of inspection (vehicles), deptt. of defence production as members. by a notification dated june 5, 1970 all the provisions of the commission of enquiry act 1952 were made applicable to the commission. the car price enquiry commission, hereinafter called the 'commission' devoted a good deal of labour and attention to the matter of fixing a fair price of the three cars. its report ..... technical assessment regarding the production capacity of the petitioner-factory was made by the technical team. in the circumstances, there was nothing wrong in the approach of the commission which included a chartered accountant and an automobile engineer in relying upon its own assessment rather than that of the technical team.71. the other assessment of the ..... of ears which were being manufactured by the three petitioners.6. the procedure followed by the commission may be briefly noticed. it invited by means of a detailed questionaire full information from the car manufacturers, dealers, consumers and others interested in the enquiry. it appointed a team of cost accountants and another team of technical experts besides a chartered ..... consists of two volumes. the first volume contains the main report and the second volume' contains the appendices.4. the commission in its report has .....

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Jul 12 2002 (SC)

T. Fenn Walter and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2002SC2679; 2002(4)ALT33(SC); (2002)4CompLJ170(SC); II(2002)CPJ1(SC); [2002(94)FLR745]; (2002)3GLR830; [2002(3)JCR78(SC)]; JT2002(5)SC149; 2002(3)KLT25(SC); 2002LabIC264

..... before this court and wanchoo, c.j., held:'often times, judges of high courts are appointed under the commission of enquiry act to head commissions for various purposes. these commissions are temporary affairs and many a time their sittings are not continuous. a judge of the high court when he ..... be a judge of the high court. reference in this regard was made to consumer protection act, 1986; inter-state water disputes act, 1956 commission of enquiry act, 1952; administrative tribunals act, 1985; railway claims tribunal act, 1987; special courts (trial of offences relating to transactions in securities) act, ..... sitting judge is required to discharge the functions, a sitting judge may be appointed, for example, as a member of the finance commission of law commission. (2) appointment of sitting judge to a tribunal is not desirable where the adjudicating members are composed of other members who are ..... tribunals act, 1985; railway claims tribunal act, 1987; special courts (trial of offences relating to transactions in securities) act, 1992; national commission for backward class act, 1993 are some of the enactments which contain similar provisions where the chairman, member or president shall be either a ..... is appointed to head a commission of this kind does not demit his office as a judge and when the commission .....

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