Gurais pil in suprem court

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    SNYNOPSIS AND LIST OF DATES


    19 Oct.54. Ministry of Defense Requests Brigadier Rajendra Singh delivers the official records of Gurais for Jammu and Kashmir Conflict of 1947 – 1948 for publication.
    21/5/56. Shri N.Prasad Ministry of Defense returns Brigadier
    Rajendra Singh official records of Gurais for Jammu and
    Kashmir Conflict of 1947 – 1948 for publication but
    keeps the map in a strong box.

    17 May 2006 RTI ACT Director Shriprakash UOI MOD DOD R.No. 318 B WING Sena Bhawan New Delhi Directs petitioner to Indian Army to provide information.
    06/06/2006 Col. S. Thapar Offg. DDGPI Addl. Dte. Gen of Public Info., B-30 South Block Directorate General of Military |Intelligence Army Headquarters DHQ PO New Delhi 11 directed the petitioner to gather the information on Operation Snipe and Operation Eraze and Lt. Col. Rajendra Singh in an official book published by the History division of the Ministry of Defence in 1987.
    13 06 2006 Petitioner Files Central Information Commission F. No CIC/AT/A/2006/00295 under guidelines of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
    08.01.2007 Hearing with Military Intelligence in Central Information Commission F. No CIC/AT/A/2006/00295 to gain information Regarding the Operation Snipe and Eraze.
    01.31 2007 Central Information Commission F. No CIC/AT/A/2006/00295 Directing Petitioner in Para 13. To continue research in the Ministry of Defence Archives.
    02. 21 2007, the petitioner, while researching in the National Archives Private Collection of Field Marshall K.M. Carriappa finds a discrepancy.
     
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    1. COMES NOW petitioner, JUGVIR INDER SINGH, citizen of India moves the court, pursuant to Article 32, to bring within its purview a significant historical incident concerning:
    a. The largest refugee movement in the World involving more than 75 lakhs of persons allowing them to rehabilitate into the newly created Pakistan and India.
    1. The quelling of Riots and maintaining order in the largest civil strife in the world concerning the entire Punjab region.
    2. The maintenance of law and order among the Sikh population, being the targets of land loss, genocide and mass movements during the partition
    b. The first Military Victory, known as OPERATION SNIPE AND OPERATION ERAZE of the Independent Republic of India, in the 1947-1948 Indo Pak conflict, under full command of Indian Citizens, where the valor, bravery, operation, death, awarding of medals and even the event was either erased or covered up by the respondents.
     

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