By : M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru :M.D.Narsimha Murthy Joint Registrar co-operative Societies and Liquidator is treating 66 sincere employees ofMalleshwaram Co-operative Society Limitedas beggars .Gratuity of about rupees 1000 is paid when they need to give about 50,000/- in the year 2000 and it need to be paid with 15 years interest and for other amounts also there is delay of 15 years and in nutshell they are demanding legitimate demands of payments of interest for delayed payments and not begging the department.The department of co-operation is not above supreme court order in H. Gangahanume Gowda vs Karnataka Agro Industries ... on 5 February, 2003 and Karnataka high court three bench orders inN.S. Srinivasamurthy And Ors. vs The Registrar Of Co-Operative ... on 17 November, 2003 and cannot conduct proceedings in DISPUTE NO JRAB/MD/31/2014 on implementation of supreme court and high court three bench orders as it is not above it.It is replied by liquidator that he will wait and abide by order in an internal case run by DDCS in DISPUTE NO JRAB/MD/31/2014 and then take action as per law .After high court three bench order which directly pertains to Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limitedand SC orders citations department does not need any further court proceedings to pay the interest for delayed payments and it need to pay it immediately and forth with for last 15 years. No respect to apex court orders by M.D.Narsimha Murthy Joint Registrar co-operative Societies and Liquidator. He need to be shunted out from the department as liquidator who has done continuous injustice to 66 sincere employees ofMalleshwaram Co-operative Society Limitedand these employees are dyeing one by one as they are of old ageand department is not considering their demands sympathetically as er apex court ordersand now CM should intervene the matter as co-operative minister has failed to act on their legitimate demands. .He has refused to honor the Supreme Court orders and Revised Gratuity payments as per Karnataka high court order (Three Benches) on 17-11-2003 in N.S. Srinivasamurthy And Ors. vs The Registrar Of Co-Operative ... on 17 November, 2003 in respect of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited and pay interest for about 15 years on delayed paymentsas per Supreme Court of India H. Gangahanume Gowda vs Karnataka Agro Industries ... on 5 February, 2003 and The citations have been filed before Deputy Directorcourt with separate memo, A full text of the reported judgments is placed on record along with separate memo which may was requested to be treated and read as part and parcel of this written arguments. But even Deputy director is suspected under pressure from M.D.Narsimha Murthy Joint Registrar co-operative Societies and Liquidator who is his superior officer in grade and not passing orders as per supreme court orders .After supreme court orders what else they need to pass again orders is the common man is asking the question.The 66 emloyees are demanding revision of their settlements as per Supreme court order and pay interest on it since 2000 for last 15 years or pay lump sume payments of of Rs 5 lakhs whichever is feasible and settle their dues as the ofMalleshwaram Co-operative Society Limitedhas croes of rupees cash and properties . Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited is under liquidation.Entire employee package need to revised as on 2000 and need to be paid interest from 2000 for last 15 years.
Despite apex court orders lokayukta closed the case inLoka No BCD/2930/2014as it is suspected and allegedthatM.D.Narsimha Murthy Joint Registrar co-operative Societies and Liquidator has bribed the lokayukta officials and got closed the case and started demolishing illegally head office building of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited . One property worth 40 crore was transferred to RCS without any authority of law to RCS for Redeemable share amount/loan of 10.70 lakhs in gross violation of any law in operation. The sanction orders from 1-9 from the year 1962 to 1990 as per the listfor total amount of Rs 10,70,000/- is very clear and it were given as loan for specific purpose and not as share amount . The orders sheet cleanly states that 10,70,000/- were supposed to be recovered from Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limitedfrom 30-03-1996. The last line states that "repayment to be commenced from 30-03-1996 .Then it is redeemable share /loan given by government wherefore question of allotment of shares does not arise and another one property was still remains untouched.The deputy Director of co-operative audit Bangalore had made several observations on audited accounts submitted by the liquidator in respect of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited which were not complied by liquidator. In one the observation it made it cleared that 10.70 lakhs it was not the share amount but it was redeembale share amount /loan but it need to be given back in ten installments as it was given from 1962 -to- 1990 with a condition that it will be returned after 15 years in 10 installments and audit observation was made to and directed liquidator to make arrangement to return 10.70 lakhs immediately out of accounts of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited. Instead of remitting back amount of 10.70 lakhs which is available with the accounts of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited liquidator did committed blunder and fraud of selling 40 crore rupees property to RCS in grave violation of observations of audit report.