Thursday, 14 March 2013

Deputy Collector of Panjim Court Sanjeev C.G.Dessai and his manipulations in Vanxim judgment of 21st February 2013

Maggie Silveira of Vanxim after lots of difficulties has procured the copy of the Judgment in her case No: TNC/DYCL/APPL/74/2009 Mahendra Gaunekar  V/s Ligorio Silveira. The copy finally came into her hand on 7th March 2013. And immediately hanky-panky surrounding this judgment surfaced. First of all Maggie was made to sit in the deputy collector’s office for two hours. After that she met Deputy Collector Sanjeev C.G.Dessai to complain about the delay in getting certified copy of the Judgment.  Mr.Dessai instead asked Maggie as to why she did not ask for the certified copy of the judgment on the day of the judgment itself i.e 21st February 2013. Maggie told him that he never delivered his judgment in the open court and she was not aware of the judgment.  Maggie then asked deputy collector Dessai as to why he did not pronounced the judgment on 21st February 2013 in open court? Deputy Collector put his head down.

The suspicion of foul play stems out exactly from this moment onwards. Why deputy collector did not answer Maggie Silveira as to why he did not read the judgment in open court? Why Dessai had to put his head down and insult the position of Deputy Collector? He has hanged democracy in shame and made brahmanocracy proud with his actions.

Maggie came out of the cabin of deputy collector and questioned the staff at his office as to why is that she being harassed when she was called to collect the judgment copy on 7th March 2013? Of course the reason is not very difficult to guess. Obvious they ought to be on the pay roll of Bamon Mahendra Gaunekar. Office staff then rushed and gave copy of the judgment to Maggie after charging necessary fees.

As she perused the judgment there were more surprises: not only that this judgment read like a written arguments of Mahendra Gaunekar’s lawyers, more shockingly it is mentioned on the last page that this judgment was pronounced in  the open  court on 21st February 2013. This is totally false as there was not open court summoned on 21st February 2013 when this matter came up for hearing as the matter was heard in deputy collector’s cabin. Further during the hearing at 3.30 pm deputy collector did not even mention about his judgment. He simply said that now matter here ends and go to mamlatdar’s court. But he never pronounced the judgment even in his cabin on 21st February 2013.  So the deputy collector Sanjeev C.G.Dessai lied in his Judgment itself. Maggie Silveira who is a daughter of late Ligorio Silveira is a party to this case and was present before the deputy collector during the hearing on 21st February that was held in his cabin and no judgment was pronounced even there.

This is a very serious matter of deputy collector lying in his judgment itself.  The implications of such an act by deputy collector not only rendered this judgment suspicious but also raise serious questions about the way the remaining  cases that Mahendra Gaunekar has filed against people of Vanxim were judged at deputy collector’s court. Special commission headed by Supreme Court Judge needs to be appointed to review all the judgments after serious lapse has surfaced in the way Sanjiv C.G.Dessai has rigged the entire matter in this case. The judgment was never pronounced in the open court yet it is recorded having done so. 

Why Deputy Collector Sanjeev C.G. Dessai rigged the administrative system in this manner? Surely he has not done this alone. This is not possible unless there is high level nexus of the prevailing Bamon Raj in Goa. The rigging of this quasi-judicial body has been possible because of rein of bamon raj in Goa. Bamons have uncontrolled power over the State and the Church. They are fitting perfectly to the definition of Jyotibha Phooley who called Bamons ‘Kalam Kasaee’ (slaughters with pen and sword).

The story of this judgment is not different. Sanjeev C.G.Dessai never pronounced this judgment in the Open Court yet it is recorded in the judgment that it has been done so! There cannot be worse thing to happen to administration as well as judiciary in India than this.

The underhand dealings that went in to achieve this feat smell sulfur. Even 5th Standard passed (as failure is not allowed under right to education law) will call this judgment a jock if not a mockery. Indeed this judgment is a mockery of the mulnivasi people by Bamon Raj headed by Bamon Manohar Parrikar. This is the truth of the matter. 

The judgment takes up the cause of Mahendra Gaunekar so aggressively and obsessively that it ignores written arguments filed by Maggie Silveira and her lawyers. This kind of aggression and obsession is least expected to have come out of deputy collector Dessai. And if it had to come from him then why did he not pronounced the judgment in the open court and instead rigged the entire process?

What has gone in this case is not difficult to understand and gaze. Possibly Deputy Collector Sanjeev C.G.Dessai’s all powers have been capped, possibly his soul has been sold for consideration to Satan, possibly Bamon Gaunekar has taken control of the deputy collector’s office, possibly judgment has been drafted and typed on the computers at the office of Bamon Gaunkar’s lawyers' office, possibly thencopied on pen drive and inserted into the computer of deputy collector Sanjeev C.G.Dessai’s office in Panjim, and possibly then placed stamp of the deputy collector on the judgment that was never pronounced in the open court by Sanjeev C.G. Dessai and possibly got his signature for the consideration best know to the deputy collector Sanjeev C.G. Dessai. Dessai decided to align himself with Bamon Raj and this judgment of falsehood is his mighty disgusting contribution. This judgment is actually of Bamon Raj camouflaged as that of Sanjeev C.G.Dessai.

These dealings of deputy collector are terrible. These dealings are totally unacceptable. These dealings make this judgment invalid. This judgment is invalid because of simple reason that even though deputy collector never pronounced the judgment in the open court yet it is recorded in judgment as pronounced in open court. The judgment is nothing sort of a decree pronounced by a pack of land grabbers and called a judgment. These packs of land grabbers have taken control of the deputy collector’s office and are carrying on their dance of beasts. This has to stop. 

The Vanxim scandal now has swallowed deputy collector. Bharat Mukti Mukti Morcha condemns deputy collector for all the falsehoods practices by him and written in this judgment. Deputy Collector has behaved as a Rubber Stamp of Bamon Mahendra Gaunekar, Archbishop Bamon Felip Neri Ferrao and the Ozone corporate.

Then on 8rd March 2013 Maggie applied for roznama of the case with Deputy Collector.  Roznama is a document of each hearing of the case prepared by the deputy collector and signed by the Parties in contest.  Maggie met deputy collector Sanjeev C.G.Dessai and showed inward copy of the application. Deputy collector called Maggie on 13th March 2013 to collect the Roznama. When Maggie went to Deputy collector on 13th March 2013 roznama copies were not ready at all. Maggie then went and met Deputy collector Sanjeev  C.G. Dessai  after open court concluded. 

Entering deputy collector’s cabin Maggie told deputy collector “I was called today to collect my Roznama. But when I questioned the clerk Pramod at 4 pm there was no response from him till 5 pm. Two to three times after I questioned Pramod for which he did not give any reply following to which I walked into your cabin.” Maggie told deputy collector that Pramod is not answering whether my rozmana is ready or not. “I went to Pramod on 8th March and told him that I am coming on 13th March 2013 as deputy collector told me to come on that day to collect the certified copy of roznama.” In spite of all this the roznama was not ready up to 5 pm. 

That was the time Maggie walked into the cabin of deputy collector and by saying “excuse me” questioned the deputy collector “Why was I called today for upto now my roznama is not ready?” Then deputy collector told me Maggie come after 2 days.  She said “No”. Then he said “come tomorrow morning”. Then Maggie said “I am not going to come tomorrow. I am going to take my roznama today. He said “No, you come later on.” Maggie said “I am not going to take it tomorrow nor am I going to come after two days. I will take it today only.” He said “You are not going to get it today, it is not ready.” “If it is not ready then I will never going to take it again. I want to take it today.” Maggie asserted herself. At this moment deputy collector Dessai said “You will have to wait. I have got a meeting with CM”. 

So Maggie waited. He called clerk Pramod in his cabin and instructed him to issue a receipt. And Maggie completed the payments even though head clerk was grumbling ‘Time zalo, bandh kelo account’ (time up. Account is closed). Maggie fought back and said “nothing doing, just accept the payment.”  Payment was received. Certified copies were in process. This was followed by the driver who went to get signature on the certified copy of the roznama which was given back to me at 6.30 pm with disorderly arrangement of pages.

In this way mulnivasi people are cheated of their land and dignity, and treated like cattle in the Bamon Raj. And fight back against it intensifies.

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