LOK AYUKTA, UTTAR PRADESH

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BIO-DATA

Name

: Hon'ble Mr. Justice Narendra Kishore Mehrotra

Born on 1st March, 1944. Did graduation in the year 1962. Obtained Master Degree in Modern & Medieval Indian History and LL.B. Degree from Lucknow University in 1964 & 1966 respectively. Also obtained Diplomas in Public Administration, Labour Laws and French Language. Joined as Munsif Magistrate in the year 1969. Promoted as Additional District and Sessions Judge in the year 1980 in Kanpur. Worked as Additional District and Sessions Judge in Kanpur and Varanasi. He was posted as Joint Secretary and Joint Legal Remembrancer in the Civil Secretariat of U.P. Government in 1987 and worked as Special Secretary and Secretary to the Government in judicial department up to May 1997. Took over as District and Sessions Judge, Faizabad in May, 1997 and continued as such up to September 1997. Took over as Principal Secretary and L.R. in Judicial Department of Government of U.P. . Advised the State Government in important legal matters for a period of 15 years from 1987 to 2002. He was on the Board of Director of U.P. Rajkiya Nirman Nigam and U.P. Vidyut Utpadan Nigam. Was member of Copy Right Board of Government of India. Was associated with a number of Arbitration Boards, during his tenure as Legal Remembrancer to the Government. Was Ex-officio Trustee of Sri Kashi Vishwanath Trust, La Martienere Trust and other Government Trusts, Commissions, State Transport Authority and State Probation Board. Advisor of U.P. State Sugar Corporation and U.P. State Warehousing Corporation during his tenure as Legal Remembrancer. Elevated on 5-7-2002 as Judge, Allahabad High Court and superannuated on 28th February 2006 after acting as administrative Judge of Unnao, Bulandshahar, Jyotiba Phule Nagar, Chandoli and Hardoi. Took over as Lok Ayukta U.P. on 16th March, 2006. Office :14-B Mall Avenue L.B.S. Marg, Lucknow. Address Phone 0522-2236155 Mobile No. 9839080828, 9415013739

THE UTTAR PRADESH LOKAYUKTA AND UP-LOKAYUKTA ACT1975
SECTION 1- short title, extent and commencement SECTION 3- Appointment of Lokayukta and Up-lokayukta SECTION 5- Term of office and other conditions of serviceof Lokayukta and UpLokayukta SECTION 7- Matters which may be investigated by Lokayukta of UpLokayukta SECTION 2-Definitions SECTION 4- lokayukta or Up-lokayukta to hold no other office SECTION 6- Removal of Lokayukta or UpLokayukta SECTION 8- Matters not subject to investigation

Power to declegate SECTION 22.Procedure in respect of investigations SECTION 12.Conferment of additional functions on Lokayukta and Up-Lokayukta SECTION 20. .Repeal SECTION 17. financial irregularities etc.Power to exclude complaints against certain classes of public servants SECTION 21.Reports of Lokayukta and UpLokayukta SECTION 14.Staff of Lokayukta and UpLokayukta SECTION 16.Action in case of false complaint SECTION 15.Provisions relating to complaints SECTION 11 Evidence SECTION 13. corruption. Lokayukta or Up-Lokayukta SECTION 18.Savings Powers and Functions of Lokayukta Uttar Pradesh · The object of Lokayukta organization is to initiate inquiries on complaints regarding maladministration and corruption concerning State Public Servant.Intentional insult or interruption to or bringing into disrepute.SECTION 9.Secrecy of information SECTION 10. committed by State Public Servant.Removal of doubts SECTION 24.Protection SECTION 19. misuse of power. · Any citizen can file complaint to Lokayukta regarding maladministration.Power to make rules SECTION 23.

every Adhyaksh of Zila Parishad. Allegations may be made against every person who is in the service or pay of:(a) Any local authority in the State of Uttar Pradesh which is notified by the State Government in this behalf in the Gazette. means any affirmation that such public servant. Municipalities Act 1916. · Complaint may be made in the case of grievance. Has abused his position as such to obtain any gain or favour to himself or to any other person. by the person aggrieved and in the case of an allegation by any person other then a Public Servant. every Nagar Pramukh of Nagar Mahapalika. or lack of integrity in his capacity as such public servant Any complaint involving an allegation may be made within five years from the date on which the action complained against is alleged to have taken place. 3. or Managing Director of a district level Central Society or of an Apex Society. removal or termination of service. becomes known to the complainant. Was actuated in the discharge of his functions as such. Gratuity. "Public Servants" denotes a person falling under any of the following description:1. (includes officers of All India Services posted in connection with the affairs of the State of Uttar Pradesh. every President of the Municipal Board of a city as defined in clause (4) section 2 of the U.Only two types of complaints can be entertained 1.) Allegations may be made only against the following:Every Pramukh of Kashetra Samiti. 2. Is guilty of corruption. 1. or to any claims which arises on retirement. provided complainant satisfies that he had sufficient cause for not making the complaint within the period. Every officer or public servant of the State Government. registered under any law relating to Co-operative Societies for the time being in force. "Allegation" in relation to a Public Servant. · Lokayukta has power to accept belated complaints. "Grievance" means any claim by a person who sustained injustice or undue hardship as a consequence of maladministration. Corporations in the State of Uttar Pradesh which is notified by the State Government in this behalf in the Gazette. Grievance 2. The complaint may be made within twelve months from the date on which the action complained of. Provident fund. Allegation. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to authorise the Lokayukta or Up Lokayukta to investigate any allegation or grievance against. 2. (b) Any Government Company.P. or to cause undue harm or hardship to any other person. public servant by personal interest or improper or corrupt motive. Every Minister except Chief Minister. . member of the Legislative Assembly or the Legislative Council of the State of Uttar Pradesh. A official Chairman including every office bearer of that description by whatever name called. Complaints can also be made to this Organisation in respect of matters given below:Pension.

Role of Lokayukta in combating Corruption and Mal-administration and measures for strengthening these Institutions. company or Society. Uttar Pradesh. The developing countries like India face this problem. Investigation. Grant of honours and awards. transparency and the rule of law. Action taken in matter which arises out of the terms of a contract governing purely commercial relations of the administration of the Government or of the Local authority or other corporations. 6. The Chief Justice or any judge of the High court or member of Judicial services. the Election Commissioner. 5. Action taken in respect of appointments (other than an appointment in breach of the quota of reservation for members of Scheduled Caste/tribes laid down by the State Government w. Nowadays. The Accountant General. The Chief Election Commissioner. Any investigation related to crime. 4. It is done in a very confidential manner. Matters not subject to investigation: 1. 4. gratuity. pay. 2. superanuation or other matters relating to conditions of services of public servants but not including actions relating to claims for pension. 2. International cooperation is indispensable to combat corruption and promote accountability. Uttar pradesh. Any member of the Secretariat Staff of either House of the State Legislature.1. 5. Throughout the fabric of public life . corruption includes improper or selfish exercise of power and influence attached to a public office due to the special position one occupies in public life. provident fund or to any claims which arises on retirement. the Regional Commissioner and the Chief Election Officer. 3. 1-4-1989). one capable of endangering the stability and security of societies.e. threatening social. economic and political development and undermining the values of democracy and morality. or shall continue to be prosecuted in a court or not. with customers or suppliers except where the complainant alleged harassment or gross delay in meeting contractual obligations. removal. 6. disciplinary action. corruption is internationally recognized as a major problem in society. An investigation cell is established under Lokayukta Uttar Pradesh. In its widest connotation. as the case may be. Action taken in the exercise of the power in relation to determining whether a matter shall go to. The Chairman or any member of the Uttar pradesh Public Service Commission or its staff.f. removal or termination of service. Any officer or servant of any court. Any proceeding relating to the security of the State 3.

effective internal and external audit. which is now in place in more than 100 countries. policy formulation. but just wants to speed up the movement of files and communications from department to department. or realization that public opinion stigmatizes the transgressor so lightly. Corruption hurts the public directly and tragically. Very often the bribe giver does not wish to get anything done unlawfully. Good government is also seen as an essential condition toward the wider goal of good governance. effective means of combating corruption and nepotism. under agonizing pressures of legitimate ambition which can only be achieved through illegitimate means. Corruption and mal-administration impose a great strain on democracy and we all know that corruption is the end product of a process of administration and is preceded by maladministration. Those who have tried to live as moral men in an immoral society have generally given way. The role of Lokayukta is necessary in providing a mechanism which can balance the fundamental requirement that governments must be able to govern but with appropriate accountability "Good Government"-. and an effective political opposition and representative government. and the nature of the relationship between rules and the ruled". and that so little seems to be gained by trying to swim against the tide.in the developing countries runs the scarlet thread of bribery and corruption. and the absence of arbitrary government power. accountability through transparency and the provision of information. To live in a society which pursues good governance practices is today a basic human right. particularly as it penalizes the honest and rewards the dishonest among them.the pressure from family obligations. Described as the "use of political authority and the exercise of control over society and the management of its resources for social and economic development". such as trained public servants. In view of the cumbersome and curious procedures and practices in the Government departments the anxiety on the part of the common man to avoid delay has encouraged practice of paying speed money. realistic policies and low defence expenditure. A just and civil society requires a system of government which whilst operating within the rule of law provides for a wider recognition of the need for accountability to citizens on whose behalf government undertakes its responsibility. Certain sections . decision-making processes. impartial and accessible criminal justice systems. sooner or later. The traditional role of Ombudsman provides an effective accountability mechanism. The quality of an individual citizen's life is materially affected by both the decisions taken by government and the manner in which those decisions are implemented. effectiveness of leadership. implementation capacity. human right as indicated by freedom of religion and movement. This has become a fairly common type of corrupt practice particularly in matters relating to the grant of licensees and permits. the slow insidious pressures of a society in which material success is adulated and where material failure is ruthlessly mocked. official competency. good governance encompasses the "nature of functioning of a state's institutional and structural arrangements. the pressure of increasing defeatism. separation of powers. information flows.is expected to contain a number of key components: political legitimacy for the state through democratic elections and transfer of power.

even in terms of the cost for society. Corruption is a consequence of the way of life of our acquisitive society. There is yet another temptation to which some officials succumb. Public awareness and tolerance and the effective role of the mass media would be of great help. profiteering. Good governance requires having confidence in the system by which we are governed and trust in those to whom as . pay the extra taxes to make up for the tax-evader. The best means to combat corruption. It amounts to penalizing honesty and rewarding dishonesty. Deliberate delay in the movement of papers by petty officers in Government offices in the hope of collecting 'speed money' is one way of frustrating honest citizens. The role of the mass media in uncovering corruption cases and in building anticorruption awareness is important for both the prevention and the investigation and control of corruption. irrespective of the means adopted. namely. that will lead inevitably to corruption. Behind this sordid picture of conditions is a fine network of details about the techniques adopted in the process of corruption. evasion of economic laws. The lack of vigilance by the people has also contributed to the growth of corruption. malpractices in the share market and in the administration of companies. election offences. Frequently enough the dishonest contractors and suppliers who. Besides being a most objectionable corrupt practice. hoarding. The possession of material goods seems to have become the sine qua non of life. want to deliver inferior goods or get the approval for substandard work. to use their public office as a means of making money in an allied private business in which they are engaged. The more the laws the greater the opportunities for making easy money. A second set of social cause of corruption can broadly be described as lack of personal virture or a sense of morality. where people are judged by what they have rather than what they are. What is needed is balance between the ability to govern effectively and the processes by which those who govern are held to account. while small people might give bribes to get small favours there are large contractors and other anti-social sharks who consciously follow corrupt practices to further their greedy designs. Prohibition is one source which provides the police with immense opportunity for corruption. There inevitably results a scramble for acquisition of glittering prizes.invoicing. Tax evasion. are some examples of white collar crime. malpractices. this custom of 'speed money' has become one of the most serious cause of delay and inefficiency and no work culture. monopolistic controls.of the staff have got into the habit of not doing anything in the matter till they are suitably rewarded. and also pay interest on tax-evader's investment in loans. Good governance cannot be said to be the exercise of power without accountability. and for this purpose are prepared to spend a portion of their ill-earned profits. Doctrinaire attempts to regulate public morals is yet another root of corruption. having obtained the contract by undercutting. sub-standard performance of contracts of constructions and supplies. under invoicing or over. bribe. Thus the honest taxpayers pay their legitimate dues. Effective prevention can thus reduce the extent and the costs of penal action. The exercise of power should never be absolute in any system. is prevention.

The judicial system has failed and we will have to think alternative method by which the effective punishment could be achieved. . However. The administrative processes in all matters in which citizens are directly involved should be simplified and classified. we may be witnessing growing pressure upon the historical contract between a nation state and its citizens. coupled with a powerful and free news media. That is where the NGOs can play an effective role. The rules and procedure of administration should be simplified and made transparent. It has been realized that the departments are slow in efficiency or with the desire to protect corrupt officials in going slow in departmental action. In this information age where information is so readily available to. is extending the expectation of what that historical contract entails. The most important element in combating corruption is effective and speedy punishment. But it has not played its legitimate role of probing administration. We have to mobilize ultimately public opinion and public involvement in the fight against corruption. Increasing accessibility to information and at greater speed. particularly in countries with democratic traditions or moving towards democratisation. The NGOs should take each department and find out that what are the rules and regulations which breed corruption and come up with the suggestion. The press has played a significant role in uncovering the cause of corruption and in mobilizing public opinion against such practices. Re-organization of vigilance departments is required. and shared with the world. The unlimited. Codes of ethics and integrity testing are of great importance in developing a civic sense of respect for institutions and human rights.individual citizens we delegate through the ballot box the responsibilities and burdens of governing. This department is mainly intended to investigate and punish corruption and the misuse of authority by individual members of the services under the Government.the power balance between governor and governed. unbridled and unchannelized powers exercised by political leaders in democrative setup as Heads of the department is also responsible to a very great extent for mal-administration and corruption. there is no organic relation between the Administration vigilance Division and the Vigilance Officers of various departments. Elsewhere too. The so called red tapeism in bureaucracy requires proper tapering. Procedures for auditing by independent internal as well as external bodies is of paramount importance in preventing corruption.is perceived to be shifting dramatically away from those seeking to wield authority in the name of the state and in favour of the individual citizen. The said powers should be curtailed and political intervention be reduced in public administration. The prime need is a common standard of morality. The power relationship in most states. it has done a great deal to publicize cases of proved corruption or allegation of corruption. Voluntary organizations in this country have not yet come into the field of helping people with their complaints.by for the most important corruptive.

Ombudsman throughout the world. It lies with the public. 6. Suggestions which would go long way in achieving the said goal. if necessary. there are hundreds of members of the public wanting to make use of him and to feed him. 1. Media /press play significant role in covering the cases of corruption and in mobilizing public opinion against such practices as also creates awareness for preventive measures. public authorities and media are better able to understand the rationale for any possible recommendations that he could make in a case under his scrutiny. There appearance to be no justification why even routine matters are not disposed of especially when. We can be proud of the part we and our predecessors have had in meeting that purpose and should endeavour to make this authority more meaningful and effective. Empowering public through transparency in administration. Reducing political intervention in public administration 8. public authorities' behaviour. A society that does not attach any stigma to the corrupt man can hardly be rid of such ignoble men. 3. For every corrupt official. Re-organization of vigilance departments and to be attached with Lokayukta organization. This is why the Lokayuktas effectiveness. His purpose is to resolve conflicts. by whatever name they are described. relies on his ability to make public authorities accept and understand his recommendations. reduce delays.Computerization and Automating of procedures to provide . Mechanization of offices. He makes his general intervention policies public. Deterrent. 4. the population. This is why he ensures that public authorities are aware of his intervention criteria. Effectiveness of Lokayukta is related to his primary objective: to ensure that the constitutional state is maintained. have established themselves as an effective instrument of public accountability. Consequently. Providing channels for ventilation of grievances is bound to have a very sobering effect on an erratic administration. 5. revise discretionary decision-making processes«. there is no consideration of any discrimination or any legal impediment involved.Mal-administration is root cause of every wrong in governance. Public awareness 2. effective and speedy punishment. which he must make public authorities aware of. Accountability-speedy fixation of 7. this mission is divided in to two parts: monitoring and correcting. which should be prepared to put up a stiff fight against it. or his success in getting his recommendations implemented by public authorities. no matter the nature of the investigation.). the general scale according to which he evaluates the government's administrative behaviour. that public authorities respect citizens' rights and laws and that administrative problems are corrected (eliminate formalities.

13. 10. Simplification of rules and Procedures. liabilities and income returns. Identical powers and functioning of Lokayuktas in all states. 11.citizen related information as also eliminate opportunities of corruption. 12. Mobilize public opinion and public involvement and NGOs may play a vital role. Complaint Form . 9. Public officials. Simplifying and classifying of administrative procedure in all matters in which citizens are directly involved.disclosures of assets. 14. Enacting and freedom of information law.

(3) Reasons for delay in submitting the [being time barred under sub-section (4) of section 8]. Challan no. (1) Name designation (as at the time of the matter complained against) and present address (if known) of the person against whom complaint is being made. Lokayukta and Up-Lokayuktas (Complaints) Rules. 8. please briefly state the reasons. NOTES (1)The amount may be deposited in any branch of the State Bank of India under the Head "8443 civil Deposit.P. state your relationship with that person (Also annex documents. Address to which communication are to be sent (a) Name (b) Place (c) Post Office or Police Station (d) District 6. 4. 7. (4) Whether any complaint was earlier made before a superior authority or proceedings taken before a Tribunal or a Court of law? If so. with what result? If not. any. (3) A copy of the Challan should be attached to the complaint [see rule 8(2)]. and ate of deposit of security for cost under rule 4.(To be filled in triplicate) [Please see section 9 of the Act and the U. . List of persons who have sworn affidavits in support of the complaint. 9. (2) Date when the cause for the complaint arose. Whether it is (a) an allegation* [as defined in section 2(b) of Act] or (b) a grievance [as defined in section 2(d) of the Act]. to prove that you represent his estate or he bas authorized you in this behalf). (a) Occupation (b) Whether you are public servant or not ? (c) If the complaint is on behalf of any other person. Permanent address (a) Name (b) Place (c) Post Office or Police Station (d) District 5. Name of the complainant 2. Father's or husband's name 3." (2) No amount is required to be deposited in the case of "grievance". 1977] 1.

10. (4) State level Heads of Department and Additional Heads of Department. Additional pages can be added. March 3. means any affirmation that such public servant. to notify the following clauses of public servants for the purpose of said clause (3) : (1) Chairman and other members of the Board of Revenue. Section 2(d) "grievance" means a claim by a person that he sustained injustice or undue hardship in consequence of maladministration. U. if the space below is insufficient).P. 1020/XXXIX-(4)-39-(13-4)-78 Dated Lucknow.. or (iii) is guilty of corruption or lack of integrity in his capacity as such public servant. Government Companies. 1978 In exercise of the powers under clause (3) of sub-section (1) of section 7 of the Uttar Pradesh Lokayukta and Up-Lokayuktas Act. . 11. (c) and (d) of sub-clause (j) of section 2 of the Act. who are not covered by items (1) to (3). List of documents attached to the complaint including affidavit of the complainant. (2) Commissioners of Divisions. and Societies as may be notified by State Government from time to time under items (b). The particulars of the complaint (here please state full fact of the complaint. (ii) was actuated in the discharge of his functions as such public servant by personal interest or improper or corrupt motive. Are there other persons who have knowledge about the facts relating to the complaint whom you would like to be summoned by the Lokayukta / Up-Lokayukta. in consultation with Lok Ayukta. 12. (3) District Magistrates. (5) Chairman (including every office-bearer of that description by whatever name called) and Managing Directors of all such Corporations. the Governor is pleased. Signature Notification *No. 1975.*Section 2(b) "allegation" in relation to a public servant. (i) has abused his position as such to obtain any gain or favour to himself or to any other person or to cause undue harm or hardship to any other person.

P. and (7) Industrial Development Authorities. (2) U. *No. Municipal Boards and Zila Parishads. Housing and Development Board. INDRA MOHAN SAHAI. the Governor is pleased to notify all (1) Nagar Mahapalikas. By order. August 24. 1975. 1975. *No. (3) Zila Parishads. P. and (7) U. State Road Transport Corporation. INDRA MOHAN SAHAI.P. Sachiv. Kshettra Samitis. INDRA MOHAN SAHAI. (3) U. Lokayukta and Up-Lokayuktas Act. *No. the Governor is pleased to notify the following Government Companies and their . P.(6) Administrators of Nagar Mahapalikas. State Electricity Board. (6) U. Financial Corporation. Sachiv. (4) U. the Governor is pleased to notify the following for the purpose of said item (b) : (1) U. 1978 In exercise of the powers under item (a) of sub-clause (v) of clause (j) of section 2 of the U. P. 158/XXXIX(4)/81-12(2)-78 Dated Lucknow. (6) Development Authorities. Warehousing Corporation. Commissioner and Secretary. 1495/XXXIX-(4)-39-(13)-77 Dated Lucknow. (4) Town Area Committees. (5) U. (2) Nagarpalikas. 898/XXXIX-(4)-39-(13-1)-78 Dated Lucknow. Jal Nigam. By order. 1978 In exercise of the powers under item (a) of sub-clause (v) of clause (f) of section 2 of the Uttar Pradesh Lokayukta and Up-Lokayuktas Act. Forests Corporation. 1981 In exercise of the powers under paragraph (c) of sub-clause (v) of clause (j) of section 2 of the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up-Lokayuktas Act. P. May 22. in Uttar Pradesh for the purposes of the said item (a)By order. (5) Notified Area Committees. 1975. P. P. March 9.

31. P. (Poorva) Ganna Beej Evam Vikas Nigam Ltd. Textile Printing Corporation Ltd. P. 37. P. Rajkiya Nirman Nigam Ltd.P. P. State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd. 36. The Pradeshiya Industrial and Investment Corporation of U. Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. 9. P. Lucknow Mandaliya Vikas Nigam Ltd. U. (Rohilkhand-Tarai) Ganna Beej Evam Vikas Nigam Ltd. Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. P. 4. Instruments Ltd. U. State Brassware Corporation Ltd. Gorakhpur Mangal Vikas Nigam Ltd. Uttar Pradesh State Textile Corporation Ltd. 17. Digitals Ltd. Ltd. State Leather Development and Marketing Corporation Ltd. Small Industries Corporation Ltd. P. State Spinning Mills Co. 13. 6. 26. State Handloom Corporation Ltd. (No. P. P. P. U. U. 15. U. 29. 1) Ltd. 28. U. U. State Food and Essential Commodities Corporation Ltd. 9. Paschimi Kshetriya Vikas Nigam Ltd. Pashudhan Udyog Nigam. A. U. 40. 22. 42. (No. Varanasi Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. U. Development Systems Corporation Ltd. P. Handlook Intensive Development Project (Gorakhpur-Basti) Ltd. 30. P. U. U. U. 41. P. P. P. 34. 23. 2) Ltd. State Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. 14. State Bridge Corporation Ltd. I. 35. P. 38. 27. 5. 8. P. Anusuchit-Jati Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam Ltd. U. Ltd. 2. Bhumi Sudhar Nigam Ltd. U. 24. 43. 25. (Madhya) Ganna Beej Evam Vikas Nigam Ltd. Handloom Intensive Development Projects (Bijnor) Ltd. Electronics Corporation Ltd. State Sugar Corporation Ltd. U. Bundelkhand Vikas Nigam Ltd. Carbide and Chemicals Ltd. Uttar Pradesh State Cement Corporation Ltd. 8. P. Ltd. U. U. Auto Tractors Ltd. Kumaon Anusuchit Janjati Vikas Nigam Ltd. 18.Government Companies : 1. Poorvanchal Vikas Nigam Ltd. Tarai Ansuchit-Jati Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam Ltd. 7. Meerut Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. Prayag Chitrakut Krishi Evam Godhan Vikas Nigam Ltd. P. 32. P. U. 5. P. 10. The Indian Turpentine and Rosin Co. P. U. Ltd. U. P. P. 39. P. 19. 44. U. U. Nalkoop Nigam Ltd. P. P. U. U.Subsidiary Companies for the purposes of the said provision. P. P. 7. U. Agra Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. P. Panchayati Raj Vitta Nigam Ltd. U. Allahabad Mandal Vikas Nigam Ltd. 2. 6. U. U. 3. State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd. Subsidiary Companies : 1. P. Harijan Evam Nirbal Varg Avas Nigam Ltd. Uttar Pradesh Export Corporation Ltd. U. 4. P. U. 11. State Spinning Mills Co. P. 16. U. 12. 3. 33. 10. 21. U. (Paschim) Ganna Beej Evam Vikas Nigam Ltd. U. Chalchitra Nigam Ltd. P. 20. U. .

Matsya Vikas Nigam 25. Ltd. P. 26. 25. Bundelkhand Concrete Structurals Ltd. U. Buildware (P) Ltd. Remote Sensing Application Centre 36. P.C. Central Board of Shia Waqf 9. Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple Committee 11. P. Sanjaya Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences 13. Ganna Vikas Sansthan 37.Teletronics Ltd. U. 2006 (Uttar Pradesh Adhiniyam Sankhya 29 of 2006) as passed by the . P. October 26. Uptron Sempack Ltd. Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Academy 29. Uptron Capacitors Ltd. Rajya Dugdha Parishad 14. 835/XXXIX-4-92-12(3)-78 Dated Lucknow. Kichha Sugar Co. Hercourt Butler Technological Institute 33. P. U. 1975 (U. Chandpur Sugar Co. U. Alpa Sankhyak Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam 22. P. U. Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam NOTIFICATION No. Board of Indian Medicines 7.. 22. 14. U. April 22. Ltd. P. U. Central Board of Sunni Waqf 8. Institute of Engineering and Technology 34. 19. Northern Electrical Equipment Industries Ltd. the Governor is pleased to order the publication of the following English Translation of the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta Tatha Up Lok Ayukta (Sansodhan) Adhiniyam. Beej Evam Tarai Vikas Nigam 19. P. Police Awas Nigam 21. U. U. P. Nandganj Sihori Sugar Co. Faizabad Roofing Ltd. 42 of 1975) the Governor is pleased to notify that every person in the service or pay of any of the following Local authority. U. State Agro Industrial Corporation 16. 20. U. 1294/VII-V-1-1(Ka)34-2006 Dated Lucknow. P. U. P. Uttar Pradesh Lalit Kala Academy 28. Non-conventional Energy Development Authority 38. 27. Krishna Fastners Ltd. Uttar Pradesh Waqf Vikas Nigam 23. 28. U. P. 12. P. P. Plant Protection and Appliances Ltd. Garhwal Anusuchit Janjati Vikas Nigam Ltd. P. U. U. as the case may be. U. Hindi Sansthan 27. Alparthak Laghu Jal Vidyut Nigam 24. Kamman Area Poultry Development Corporation 20. U. Gramin Awas Parishad 15. U. U. P. P. P. Jal Sansthan 2. P. Transcables Ltd. Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy 30. P. 1992 In exercise of the powers under sub-clause (v) of clause (j) of section 2 of the Uttar Pradesh Lokayukta and Up-Lokayuktas Act. P. Ltd. Corporation. Moradabad Mandal Vikas Nigam 17. Ltd. 16. P. 2006 In Pursuance of the provisions of clause (3) of article 348 of the Constitution of India. Swatantrata Senani Kalyan Sansthan 35. 23.. Rajya Sainik Kalyan Parishad 39. P. 1. Sainik School Society 32. U. P. Chhata Sugar Co. P. Rajya Karmchari Kalyan Nigam 18. P. Shri Badrinath and Shri Kedarnath Temples Committee 10. U. shall be a public servant within the meaning of the said clause (j). P. P. S. Act no. U. 17. U. Roofing Ltd. P. U. Krishi Utpadan Mandi Samiti 6. U. U. U. State Handloom Corporation 26.. 15. U. P. Abscot (P) Ltd. Government Company or Society. Board of Basic Education 3. Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Academy 31. 13. Presstressed Products Ltd. U. 18. 21. Krishi Utpadan Mandi Parishad 5. P.I. Jila Basic Shiksha Samiti 4. U. Potteries (P) Ltd. U. 11. BHURE LAL NOTIFICATION No. Potteries By order. P. 29. U. Khadi and Gramodyog Board 12. P. 24.

00 per mensum equal to the salary admissible to a Judge of Supreme Court or Chief Justice of a High Court.Uttar Pradesh Legislature and assented to by the Governor on October. 29 of 2006) (As passed by the Uttar Pradesh Legislature) AN ACT further to amend the uttar pradesh Lokayukta and Up Lokayukta Act. in case he has been a judge of the Supreme Court or the Chief Justice or a Judge of a High Court is entiled to salary respectively admissible from time to time to a judge of the Supreme Court or Chief Justice of a High Court or judge of a High Court. 2006 (U. Act Np. 42 of 1975) inter alia provides that the Lokayukta. Karnatka. In the Second Schedule to the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta Act.P. 2006 The Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta (Adhiniyam) Act. 2006 2.P. it has been decided to amend the said Act to provide for entitling the Lokayukta to the salary at the rate admissible from time to time to a Judge of the Supreme Court or Chief Justice of a High Court. Delhi. Chauhan Pramukh Sachiv . R. 1975 in the entries relating to the rate of salary the Lokayukta for the words "Chief Justice of the High Court or Judge of a High Court" appearing in the end the words "Chief Justice of a High Court" shall be substituted. 2006 is introduced accordingly. Keeping in view the salary of the Lokayuktas of other states such as Andhra Pradesh. 23. By Order.M. The Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta's (Amendment) Bill. 30000. Act No. Gujrat. 1975 It is hereby enacted in the fiftly-seventh year of the Republic of India as follows :1. Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh which is Rs. STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS The Second Schedule to the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta Act. 1975 (U. This Act may be called the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta (Amendment) Act. Bihar.

in case he has been a judge of the Supreme Court or the Chief Justice or a Judge of a High Court is entiled to salary respectively admissible from time to time to a judge of the Supreme Court or Chief Justice of a High Court or judge of a High Court. Gujrat. 1975 in the entries relating to the rate of salary the Lokayukta for the words "Chief Justice of the High Court or Judge of a High Court" appearing in the end the words "Chief Justice of a High Court" shall be substituted. By Order. STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS The Second Schedule to the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta Act. 2006 is introduced accordingly.ACT further to amend the uttar pradesh Lokayukta and Up Lokayukta Act. Bihar.M. Karnatka. Chauhan Pramukh Sachiv . 42 of 1975) inter alia provides that the Lokayukta. R. In the Second Schedule to the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta Act.00 per mensum equal to the salary admissible to a Judge of Supreme Court or Chief Justice of a High Court.P. it has been decided to amend the said Act to provide for entitling the Lokayukta to the salary at the rate admissible from time to time to a Judge of the Supreme Court or Chief Justice of a High Court. Delhi. Act No. 2006 2. Keeping in view the salary of the Lokayuktas of other states such as Andhra Pradesh. Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh which is Rs. This Act may be called the Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta (Amendment) Act. 1975 (U. The Uttar Pradesh Lok Ayukta and Up Lok Ayukta's (Amendment) Bill. 1975 It is hereby enacted in the fiftly-seventh year of the Republic of India as follows :1. 30000.

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