Wednesday, May 30, 2012


23 years old EWS patient (BPL Rationacard Holder) Vikram r/o K-56, Vijay Vihar, Phase II, Delhi-85 died yesterday night in a private hospital, namely, Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital, Sector 14 Extn., Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, Delhi-85 for want of a Ventilator fitted Ambulance for his transportation from Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital to Max Super Specialty Hospital, FC 50, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi-90. It appears to be a case of "System Failure" as much as the Delhi Government 's ambulance which came to Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital at 7.00 pm was of no help as the Ventilator fitted therein was non-functional and therefore, could not be put to use. At 7.45 pm, the poor patient died of cardiac arrest. There are other factors also which require to be looked into during the probe. I expect that the High Court appointed Monitoring Committee will hold an inquiry into this matter immediately. Ashok Agarwal, Advocate Member, Monitoring Committee on Free Treatment facilities in Pvt Hospitals M-09811101923 31.05.2012



SOCIAL JURIST 478, Lawyers Chambers, Western Wing, Tis Hazari Court, Delhi-54 To Hon’ble Shri A.K. Sikri Acting Chief Justice Delhi High Court, New Delhi- 110003 30.05.2012 Subject: Grievances of children studying in Government Schools relating to various violations of their Right to Education brought to light by a Postcard Campaign held by Social Jurist Respected Sir, We at Social Jurist have the honour to bring to your kind notice the grave violations of the Constitutional and the statutory rights of the children to free and compulsory quality elementary education as envisaged in Article 21(Right to life with dignity), Article 21-A (Right to Education) of the Constitution of India, Article 38 (Right to Social Justice) and in Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 which have come to light during the RTE POSTCARD CAMPAIGN held on 26.05.2012 and 27.05.2012 at Jehangirpuri Resettlement Colony and Samyapur Badli Slum Colony respectively. This campaign saw wide-scale participation from children studying in Government schools namely Sarvodya Kanya Vidyalaya, Badli, Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Badli, Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Jehangirpuri amongst others, who wrote the pros and cons regarding their schools on postcards seeking Your Lordship’s intervention for realization of their rights. We at Social Jurist are a group of lawyers and social activists dedicated to the cause of the common man and in particular, the children who are the building blocks of the society. There are various recurring problems which emerge as a result of this Campaign. All the 74 postcards are attached hereto for your kind perusal and consideration. This letter is in continuation to our earlier letters dated 27.05.2010, 12.07.2010 and 24.12.2011{which form the subject matter of a pending PIL (W.P.(c) No. 4535/2010) entitled Court On Its Own Motion v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi and M.C.D.}, which is a constant endeavour on our part to ensure that the rights of the children are upheld. The enactment of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 has ensured an instrument to gain access to free and quality elementary education. However, it is necessary to remove the lacunas in the system to ensure that this access is not hindered by institutional loopholes. We acknowledge the initiative on the part of the Hon’ble Delhi High Court for more than a decade which has been fruitful in ensuring greater access to education all over the country in general and Delhi in particular. It is submitted that various landmark orders regarding the Right to Education passed by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court in the past have been instrumental in initiating a positive change in the process of realization of the Right to Education of the children. (1) Sushmita, a student of MCD Primary School, Sector-18, Rohini, New Delhi says that studies take place and the teacher teaches properly. (2) Rajkumari from R.C.S. K.V., D-block, Jehangirpuri, Delhi appreciates her teacher by saying that she teaches well and maintains discipline. (3) Israel acknowledges the provision of cold water in her school while (4) Firoza from the same school is happy with her teachers and claims to have no complaints from them. However, there are lakhs of children who continue to suffer innumerable hardships owing to absence of quality education, deplorable infrastructure in schools and lack of basic facilities like drinking water, desks, clean toilets, and teachers. The effective implementation of the RTE Act is in jeopardy due to the negligence on the part of the Government of NCT of Delhi and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the repercussions of which are being faced by lakhs of children studying in the city schools. It is indeed a matter of national shame that even after 65 years of Independence, the Public Education System has not been able to deliver quality education to children belonging to the weaker sections of the society. The fact that lakhs of children in the National Capital are still engaged in child labour and are not attending schools is enough to reveal the failure of the Public Education System. The existence of the above facts, even after two years of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, has come to light after the recently held Postcard Campaign which was conducted under the auspices of Social Jurist on 26.05.2012 and 27.05.2012, wherein the children wrote close to 75 postcards penning down their difficulties and highlighting problems faced by them at school. All the children were extremely enthusiastic about being provided a platform to air their opinion about their schools and actively participated in this Campaign. It is submitted that the students surveyed bear testimony to the glaring loopholes in the education system in the form of sub-standard level of education imparted and lack of basic infrastructure. (5) Madhubala, a class XIth student of Sarvodya Kanya Vidyalaya, Badli complains that students have to clean the class roll number wise on a daily basis. (6) Premchand, a student of Class XIIth of Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Badli says that teachers are always sleeping. They tend to ward off students when the latter go to call them to teach. Later, he says, the teachers ask questions to which the students have no answer and then they have to bear insults from the teacher for the same.(7) Sagar, a student of Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Badli says that the teacher makes the students lift the garbage and clean the classroom. He also complains of faulty tube lights and inadequate water facilities, He says that the number of fans is hardly adequate and even the ones present are not effective.(8) Rahul, a student of Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Badli says that the teacher misbehaves with the students and hardly comes to class. Students who go to call the teacher are dismissed off and are asked by the teacher to work from home.(9) Yasmin, a student of R.C.S.K. School, D-Block, Jehangirpuri, even though appreciates the studies at school, complains that classes are not cleaned properly and students have to clean their own classrooms. She says students end up spending more than half of their time in cleaning the classrooms and end up getting dirty while doing so, which in turn affects their studies. (10) Rubina, a student of Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Badli complains that the number of fans is inadequate and the ones present are not functional. She also points towards inadequate water supply in the washrooms. (10) Sabina, a student of Government School, K-Block, Jehangirpuri says fans don’t work and it has been 2-3 months since they have. She says that there is a water tank in the school premises but no water supply and the students are not allowed to fill their bottles even when there is supply. (11) Sheik Saddam, a student of Government Boys Senior Secondary School, K-block, Jehangirpuri, says studies don’t take place in school and that there is no hygiene. He complains that the teacher merely takes attendance and lets the students leave. (12) Ismail, a student of Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Jehangirpuri says that the students are not provided cold water, even in this heat. Fans don’t function properly and classes are not conducted. (13) Madhuri, a student of R.C.S.K. School, D-Block, Jehangirpuri, says that there is no canteen to provide for food and water and students have to go hungry if they don’t get lunch from home. She says that it’s impossible to concentrate when hungry, in the classes post lunch, and she feels nauseous. (14) Afsana, a student of R.C.S.K. School, D-Block, Jehangirpuri complains that water facilities and hygiene in washrooms are two major problems in her school. Also, she says that she gets to hear abuses in her school. (15) Siraz Anwar, a student of Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Azadpur Colony complains that cleaners in their school abuse and students leave the school premises during the school hours due to lack of security. He complains of no water from the water tap. He says that the teacher, when told, asked the students to get water from home. The major issues highlighted by the Postcard Campaign are summarized as under: Teacher Absenteeism Students complain that teachers don’t come to class and even if they do, they don’t teach properly. Students say that they don’t answer questions satisfactorily and in some cases merely take attendance and leave. Concerns about quality of education and certain teachers abusing have also come to the forefront. Infrastructure • Cases of books which are in a bad condition being distributed have been reported. Also, quite a number of students talked about Computer facilities in their school being inadequate and said that there are not enough teachers to teach. • A major issue has been that of unhygienic toilets. It is said that cleaners don’t clean the washrooms and in some cases, there is no water supply in the washrooms. • Complaints of inadequate number of tube lights are many with students saying that the present ones are also mainly non-functional. Majority of students have complained of fans not working in their school in this sweltering heat and a certain student said that it’s been 2-3 months since fans have worked. • There is less number of desks as compared to the students. Lack of adequate seating in classrooms leads students to sit on the floor. • There is no playground in many schools and the teacher doesn’t conduct games. This hampers the physical development of the students. Water problem Students complain that there are no water facilities in schools. In schools where there is a water tank present, there is no water supply. Certain students complain that they aren’t permitted to go fill the bottles even when there is water supply. Complaints of unclean places where the water tank is installed are also rampant. Students say that when the teacher was asked, he asked the students to get water from home. Hygiene Students are made to clean classrooms and lift garbage. Students spend a major chunk of their time cleaning heir own classrooms, sometimes even at the direction of the teachers. A certain student complains that the cleaners asked the students to clean the classrooms. Security There have been many complaints that students get out of the school premises during school hours due to lack of security. Students leave the classes midway, which is a serious issue regarding the children’s security. Workload Students are aggrieved because of too much of written work and are made to prepare files which leave them with no time to learn. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 is an important benchmark in the Legal and Educational History of the country as it ensures every child the right to quality elementary education. It envisages dissolving all the inequalities present amongst children so as to ensure that every child is equal before the eyes of Law. The prerogative of the authorities does not end with introducing a means for children to access education but should also extend to ensuring that they can make use of the same in the most effective and efficient manner possible. The authorities, mainly Government of NCT of Delhi and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi should strive to ensure that all the lacunas present in the system are removed so that the continuous struggle of the children for access to education, especially from the weaker and underprivileged strata of the society, comes to an end and the higher purpose of Law as an instrument of social change can be achieved. We, therefore, most humbly request you to kindly take cognizance of the matter at hand and initiate appropriate proceedings against the concerned authorities to redress the grievances of these school students who have been the victims of institutional malfunctioning and have been deprived of their most valuable Constitutional and statutory Right to Education. With regards, Ashok Agarwal, Advocate Adviser, Social Jurist M-9811101923 30.05.2012

Tuesday, May 29, 2012


In a show of brilliance, Kritika Aggarwal (+918447004031), a student of Happy Senior School, C-63, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi-110015 scored an 80% (best of four) in her Class XII CBSE Board examinations 2011-12, the results of which were announced on Monday. Kritika, a resident of B-1, New Patel Nagar, Shadipur Depot, New Delhi-110008 is a student of EWS category and comes from a household with a parental income of Rs.8000/- per month. Her father works in a Canteen and her mother is engaged in petty jobs. She was studying in the school under EWS category. Kritika, by scoring above 80 in three of five subjects, has dispelled the myth of callousness associated with EWS students. The notion that EWS students don’t work hard and underperform has been beaten by stellar performances by students like Kritika who are succeeding with flying colours. It is all a matter of opportunity. Any child from the weaker sections, if given an opportunity, can compete with any student from the well-off sections. Ashok Agarwal, Advocate Adviser, Social Jurist M-9811101923 29.05.2012

Sunday, May 27, 2012



Thursday, May 24, 2012


The Delhi High Court today ordered that all unaided private schools which start from the pre-school/nursery level shall admit students belonging to disadvantaged Group & Economically Weaker Section to the extent of 25% in Pre-School and in addition they will also admit 25% of additional admission made at the Pre-Primary/KG level and in Class I. The court further held that all unaided private schools starting from pre-primary/KG level shall admit students upto 25% in pre-primary and in addition they will also admit 25% of additional admission made at Class I level. For such schools starting from Class I, the Court ruled that there shall be a reservation of 25% for Economically Weaker Section/Disadvantaged Group in Class I. While disposing off a petition filed by Social Jurist, through advocate Ashok Agarwal and Khagesh Jha, a division bench comprising the Acting Chief Justice, Justice A K Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw ruled that in all unaided private schools which start from the pre-primary level, 25% of the total seats will be reserved for EWS/DG students in pre-primary and Class I level. Placing reliance on a Supreme Court judgment dated 12.04.2012 which had upheld the constitutional validity of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, the court has repeated its earlier order specifying the deadline for special drive by DOE to admit students against all EWS/DG vacant seats by 30.06.2012 in the academic session 2012-13. Ashok Agarwal, Advocate M-09811101923 23 May 2012 IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI C.M. NO.______ OF 2011 IN W.P. (CIVIL) No. 8434/2011 (Public Interest Litigation) IN THE MATTER OF: Social Jurist, A Civil Rights Group …… Petitioner Versus Govt. of NCT of Delhi …… Respondent APPLICATION ON BEHALF OF THE PETITIONER UNDER SECTION 151 OF CPC FOR DIRECTIONS MOST RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH: 1. That the respondent filed an status report on 09.05.2012 in this Hon’ble Court where it has been mentioned that they have sent a letter for clarification to the Ministry of Human Resource Development to clarify that whether EWS /DG admission is applicable in classes other then the class which is starting class in the school in such a case where school starts from pre school (3+) or pre primary (4+) classes and whether it is 25% of strength of class or 25% of new admission in the class. 2. The petitioner submits that the DOE has now issued an order dated 18.05.2012 wherein amongst others it has stated that the vacancies in respect of other classes of schools where the entry class starts from pre school and pre primary, will be displayed on receipt of clarification from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. A copy of the said order dated 18.05.2012 is enclosed hereto as Annexure A-1. 3. The petitioner submits that the issues raised by the respondent in the status report dated 09.05.2012 may either be clarified by this Hon’ble Court or in alternative, the HRD Ministry be directed to clarify the issues immediately so that the admission process may be completed by the end of the June 2012 as directed by this Hon’ble Court in the orders dated 09.05.2012. It is respectfully submitted that if the same is not done, the admission process is bound to delayed or defeated. It is, therefore, prayed that this Hon’ble Court may be pleased to clarify the issues raised by the respondent or in alternative, direct the HRD Ministry to clarify the same immediately. . Ashok Agarwal & Khagesh B. Jha Advocates for the Petitioner 483, Block-II, Lawyers Chambers, Delhi High Court, New Delhi – 110003 Ph: 23384000, Mob-9811101923 Delhi Dated: 22.05.2012

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

AIPA seeks a uniform policy to allow children of the locality after school hours to use playground of all the unaided private schools built on public land

ALL INDIA PARENTS ASSOCIATION (AIPA) AGARWAL BHAWAN, G.T.ROAD, TIS HAZARI, DELHI-110054 To Shri Kamal Nath Hon’ble Urban Development Minister Government of India Nirman Bhawan New Delhi – 110001 08 May 2012 Subject – Need to have a uniform policy to allow children of the locality after school hours to use playground of all the unaided private schools built on public land Dear Sir We wholeheartedly support the proposal of the Union Sports Minister Shri Ajay Maken to you to allow children of the locality after school hours to use playground of all the unaided private schools built on public land. It is submitted that at present there are as many as 394 identified unaided private schools to which public land on concession rates has been allotted by DDA or L & DO. Most of these schools to which public land was allotted during 1960’s and 80’s, one-third of the total land was apportioned for playground on payment of Re. 1 per annum as rent. In 1990’s, the land allotted for playground was fixed after the payment of nominal ground rent at Rs. 5000+120% enhanced per acre per annum. The land allotted for the playground was required to be used for playfield only and no structure of any kind over it was permissible. The concern, we wish to share, is that though public land was allotted to hundreds of societies for construction of schools but only in some cases, the letter of allotment contains a clause that the land meant for playfield would be allowed to be used in non-school hours by local children and the entry to the field would be from outside and not from inside the school. We are enclosing hereto copies of allotment letters of as many as five societies to whom land was allocated for construction of schools with a condition that they would permit children of the locality to use the playfields of the schools after school hours. The names of such societies are: 1) St. Lawrence Education Society, Sector-C, Pkt.-8, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi - 110057 2) S. Kirpal Education Society, ½, Jai Dev Park, New Delhi - 110026 3) Prince Public School Society, Budh Vihar, Delhi - 110041 4) Titiksha Academic Society, 122/18, Bhola Nath Gali, West Ghonda, Delhi - 110053 5) Shiv Shakti Educational Society, B-1193, Mongolpuri, Delhi - 110083 The allotment letters of all these societies contain the identical clause which is reproduced as under: “6.(A) The land meant for play field would be allowed to be used in non-school hours by the local children. (B) The entry to the field would be from outside and not from inside the school.” The sorry state of affairs is that such benevolent and child friendly stipulation does not appear in the letters of allotments to all the societies/schools. Therefore, there is a need to have a uniform policy for the schools in this regard; to incorporate this condition in all cases of the allotments of public land to societies/schools. It is needless to say that right to play is a fundamental right of every child. We, therefore, hope that you will personally look into this matter on urgent basis and ensure that such condition is not only incorporated in all the letters of allotments but is also implemented in its true letter and spirit to safeguard the rights of the children. With regards Ashok Agarwal, Advocate President, All India Parents Association M-09811101923

Monday, May 7, 2012



All India Parents Association (AIPA) desires to have its chapters in all the Districts of the Country. The fundamental agenda is: (1) up gradation of all government schools all over the country to the level of Kendriya Vidyalaya (Central School) and (2) enactment of Central Law to regulate school fee in all the unaided Private schools all over the country + minimum 50% representation of the parents in the managing committee of such schools. Those who are interested in the issues and wish to open a chapter of AIPA in the District are requested to write to or and sms to 9811101923 Ashok Agarwal, Advocate National President, AIPA M- 09811101923

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Shocking Video Clippings -Students from poor families forced by school teachers to prepare tea and to clean utensils in MCD primary School

ALL INDIA PARENTS ASSOCIATION (AIPA) AGARWAL BHAWAN, G.T.ROAD, TIS HAZARI, DELHI-110054 To The Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) 5th Floor, Chandralok Building, Janpath, New Delhi-110001 06.05.2012 Sub- Shocking Video Clippings -Students from poor families forced by school teachers to prepare tea and to clean utensils in MCD primary School, Barwala, Delhi Madam, The four video clippings submitted with present complaint depict that inhuman treatment is meted out to the students who are forced by the highly insensitive school teachers to prepare tea for the teachers and also to clean utensils in MCD Primary School Barwala, Delhi. These video clippings have been recorded by a teacher of the same school namely, Praveen Dabas and handed over to me after the erring teachers continued with the pernicious practice of forcing students belonging to lower caste and to poor families to work like this despite repeated protests by Praveen Dabas. It is submitted that the above said video clippings were recorded during the span of last 3 months by Praveen Dabas. It is shocking to note that the students were even called during the holiday by the teachers in school for the sole purpose of putting them to prepare tea and to clean the utensils. It is submitted that though the video clippings pertain to what was happening in a particular school run by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi but such pernicious practice is quite prevalent in the most of the state run schools all over the country. Most of the teachers working in such schools belong to upper caste whereas almost all the students studying in such schools belong to lower castes. The students have been humiliated merely because they are economically poor and belong to lower caste. It is submitted that though the parents of such exploited students are unhappy with the school on account of such happenings but as they are poor and voiceless, they ordinarily don’t come forward to lodge complaint against the school. It is submitted that one of the girl student appearing in the video clippings has even undergone over five times operations as she had met with a road accident but the cruel teachers are least concerned about the health, care and safety of these young students. It is submitted that the aforesaid act on the part of the erring teachers (for which the principal of the school being head of the school is also responsible) are in clear violation of human and fundamental rights of these victimisized and harassed students. The poor parents send their wards to school for studies but the cruel and insensitive teachers instead of imparting education to them, abuse and exploit them in whatever way they wish. Such acts on the part of the erring teachers are derogatory, inhuman, humiliating, anti-child and in violation of the Right to Free & Compulsory Education Act, 2009. It is submitted that despite the fact that the above facts were brought to the notice of the Additional Director (Education) of the MCD, till date no action has been taken in the matter. It is also submitted that NDTV 24X7 has also telecasted these video clippings on the Friday, 04 May 2012. It is a very serious matter. It is, therefore, requested that matter may be investigated by the NCPCR on urgent basis and all the erring officials must be brought to book and be punished in accordance with law. With regards, Ashok Agarwal, Advocate, Nation President, AIPA M-09811101923 Email: For video clippings, please the following links:

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Imp Delhi H C Order on EWS admissions in Unaided Pvt School & also on inclusion of Orphan Child in Disadvantaged Group

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI W.P.(C) 8434/2011, CM No.1122/2012 SOCIAL JURIST ..... Petitioner Through: Mr. Ashok Agarwal, Adv. versus GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI ..... Respondent Through: Ms. Ruchi Sindhwani, Adv. for GNCTD along with Ms. Shashi Kaushal, Additional Director, Education Dept. CORAM: HON'BLE THE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE RAJIV SAHAI ENDLAW O R D E R 20.04.2012 1. Status report is filed by the learned counsel appearing for the Government of NCT of Delhi. As per this report, in 1026 schools, total vacant seats under EWS category are 9706, details whereof are given in the said report. It is further stated that Directorate of Education has now published this information of vacant seats so that the seats are filled at the earliest. We direct the Directorate of Education to take such steps forthwith so that the seats are filled before the summer vacation starts. 2. The petitioner has also filed CM No.1122/2012 seeking a direction that the Government of NCT of Delhi to forthwith specify by notification Orphan Children as children belonging to disadvantaged group within the meaning of Section 2(d) of the RTE Act, 2009. Learned counsel for the respondent states that exercise in this behalf is already on and necessary notification is expected within two months from today. As far as other reliefs are concerned, learned counsel for the respondent assures that the Directorate of Education shall take further remedial measures in that regard. In view of the statement of learned counsel for the respondent, no further orders are required to be passed in this writ petition which is accordingly disposed of. However, liberty is granted to the petitioner to approach the Court again in case any of the grievances still surviving after representation of the petitioner to the Directorate of Education and Directorate of Education still does not take remedial steps. ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE RAJIV SAHAI ENDLAW, J APRIL 20, 2012

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

MCD Primary School Teacher inhumanly beats up Class V Student - Social Jurist writes to NHRC

To The Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission Copernicus Marg, New Delhi-110001 01 May 2012 Sub- Class V student of MCD Primary School inhumanly beaten up by School teacher Sir, A shocking incident is brought to your kind notice in which a school teacher namely, Ramjit Yadav of MCD Primary School, H-II (Second Shift) Block, Jahangirpuri, Delhi-33 has on 28.04.2012 at about 03:30 pm brutally beaten up an 11 years Old Master Fardeen Mallick, Student of Class V of the same school in which, Master Fardeen sustained serious eye-injury, severe pain and bruises in the whole body. It is pitiful to mention herein that, the child was beaten mercilessly by fists and kicks for no fault. The teacher has beaten up the child on suspicion that the child has broken a window pane. The child was also locked up inside a class room continuously for about two hours and was released only at about 6 pm. It is submitted that Shri Navisher Mallick, R/o Jhuggi No. H-4-N/30/D-109, Jahangirpuri, Delhi-33 (M- 9990408215), the father of Master Fardeen lodged a complaint on 28.04.2012 with Police Station Jahangirpuri, Delhi-33 which was registered as Diary No.78B . It is submitted that, the father took the child to Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial Hospital .Jahangirpuri , Delhi-33 in the night of 28.04.2012 where he got medical treatment and MLC bearing No. 40834 (E NO. 42575) was prepared. It is further submitted that despite repeated requests by the father of the victim child for registration of the case, the police is not inclined to register an FIR against the accused school teacher namely, Ramjit Yadav. Moreover, despite all these facts having been brought to the notice of Additional Director of Education, MCD Shri Kanwar Singh, no action has been taken so far against the accused. It is respectfully submitted that it is a clear case of Grievous Hurt and Wrongful Confinement for the purposes of IPC besides being in violation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009. We, therefore, request you to kindly intervene into the matter and ensure that appropriate action both criminal and departmental is taken against the accused Ramjit Yadav. With regards, Ashok Aggarwal, Advocate Advisor, Social Jurist Mob. 9811101923