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THE CITIZEN BUREAU | 3 DECEMBER, 2017

‘Dear Chief Justice, Probe Judge Loya’s Mysterious Death’

THE CITIZEN BUREAU


NEW DELHI: Top bureaucrats, many who retired as Secretaries to the government of India, former Ambassadors and others have issued an appeal to the Chief Justice of India and of the Bombay High Cout to initiate a high level judicial enquiry into the “controversial circumstances of the death of Judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya. The letter is a follow up on similar requests made by former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court AP Shah and Retired Chief of Naval Staff Admiral L.Ramdas.

The letter reads as follows:

The Honourable Chief Justice of India

The Honourable Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court

Honourable Chief Justices,

Please find attached a report about the request made by Admiral (Retd.) L.Ramdas to yourselves that a high level judicial enquiry be initiated into the controversial circumstances of the death of Judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya. Justice (Retd.) B.H.Marlapalle, former judge of the Bombay High Court, and Justice (Retd.) A.P.Shah, former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court, have also expressed the opinion that a probe or enquiry is needed.

We, the undersigned retired civil servants, would like to place on record our support for the request made by Admiral (Retd.) L.Ramdas to institute a “high level judicial inquiry” into this matter and urge you to take appropriate action for all the reasons mentioned in his representation.

Yours faithfully,

1. S.P. Ambrose, IAS (Retd.), former Additional Secretary, Ministry of Shipping and Transport, GoI.

2. Ishrat Aziz, IFS (Retd.), former Ambassador to Brazil

3. G.Balagopal, IAS (Retd.), former Resident Representative, UNICEF, North Korea

4. Sundar Burra, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary, Govt. of Maharashtra

5. Kalyani Chaudhuri, IAS (Retd.), former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal

6. Vibha Puri Das, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary, Ministry of Tribal Affairs,GoI

7. Keshav Desiraju, IAS (Retd.), former Health Secretary, GoI

8. M.G.Devasahayam, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary to Govt. of Haryana

9. Sushil Dubey, IFS (Retd.), former Ambassador to Sweden

10. K.P.Fabian, IFS (Retd.), former Ambassador to Italy

11. Meena Gupta, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests, GoI

12. Deepa Hari, IRS (Resigned)

13. Dr. Sajjad Hassan, IAS (Retd.), former Commissioner (Planning), Govt. of Manipur

14. K. John Koshy, IAS (Retd.), former State Chief Information Commissioner, West Bengal

15. Ajai Kumar, Indian Forest Service (Resigned), former Director, Ministry of Agriculture, GoI

16. Arun Kumar, IAS (Retd.), former Chairman, National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority

17. Harsh Mander, IAS (Retd.), Govt. of Madhya Pradesh

18. Aditi Mehta, IAS (Retd.), former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of Rajasthan

19. Sunil Mitra, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary, Ministry of Finance, GoI

20. Deb Mukharji, IFS (Retd.), former Ambassador to Nepal

21. Anup Mukerji, IAS (Retd.), former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Bihar

22. Alok Perti, IAS (Retd.) former Secretary, Ministry of Coal, GoI

23. N.K. Raghupathy, IAS (Retd.), former Chairman, Staff Selection Commission, GoI

24. Aruna Roy, IAS (Resigned)

25. Manab Roy, IAS (Retd.), former Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal

26. Umrao Salodia, IAS (Retd.), former Chairman, Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, Govt. of Rajasthan

27. Deepak Sanan, IAS (Retd.), former Principal Adviser (AR) to the Chief Minister of the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh

28. E.A.S. Sarma, IAS, (Retd.), former Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, GoI

29. Dr.N.C.Saxena, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary, Planning Commission, GoI

30. Ardhendu Sen, IAS (Retd.), former Chief Secretary, Govt. of West Bengal

31. Dr. Raju Sharma, IAS (Retd.), former Member, Board of Revenue, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh

32. Jawhar Sircar, IAS (Retd.), former Secretary, Ministry of Culture, GoI, and CEO, Prasar Bharati

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