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Ltd. a group company of the Barjatya family-controlled production house Rajshri Group When contacted he disclosed plans of the Kasliwalfamily to approach court for anticipatory bail in the matter It was on October 3 when the Collector complained to police accusing the Kasliwal family of “being part of a criminal conspiracy” for the “illegal transfer of a government land” Joshi claimed the plot in question belonged to the Maharashtra government which had been allotted on lease since September 1 1903 Contending that the lease tenure had expired on August 31 2002 and that the government hadn’t yet renewed the lease her office has objected to a Deed of Assignment executed by the Kasliwals who are the lease holders of the plot and one Huda Builders and Developers Pvt Ltd on August 4 2014 where the plot’s lease rights were assigned to the construction firm Watch what else is making news: “The assignment was done without prior permission from the Collector’s office and at a time when the lease tenure had already expired It is an unauthorised deed” said Joshi Accusing the Kasliwals and the building firm’s partners Fahad Khan and Junaid Khan — also made co-accused by the police — of “executing a fraudulent deed” the Collector’s office has further levelled the accusation that the entire episode was a “criminal conspiracy” hatched for undue monetary gains The deed executed between the Kasliwals and the building firm shows the latter paid Rs 4 crore for the transfer of lease rights Besides the firm has reportedly agreed to provide the Kasliwals about 40000 sqft in built-up space Records show Ajit Kumar and his brother (late) Rajendra Kumar had acquired the lease rights from Maharani Maneka Raje Puar of Dewas Junior on June 26 1975 These further show the plot had been in possession of the royal descendent of the erstwhile princely state from 1946 Records show while the lease had been originally assigned to the Trustees or Mutawallis of a Persian mosque for 99 years from September 1 1903 the lease rights have undergone multiple changes since The trust first sub-leased the parcel to one Gulam Hussain Ahmed Ali who was reportedly an administrator on the trust in 1921 who in turn went on to execute an assignment deed with Jamshetji Navroji Gamadia in 1925 A couple of years later the rights were sub-leased to Behramji Gamadia and Jehangir Gamadia It was they who transferred the lease to Maharani Maneka Raje on February 1 1946 The Haji Mohammed Hussain Shiraji (Persian Mosque) Charity Trust has also approached the Collector with an application for renewing the lease land on its name Just as the Kasliwals had filed an application before the Collector on December 12 2013 for permission to convert the land’s tenure from lease to occupancy the trust staked claim on the lease rights of the plot a month later contending that it was a Wakf property Further on August 9 2013 the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Maharashtra State Board of Wakfs backed the trust’s contention and had asked the Collector’s office not to allow any transfer or assignment or renewal of lease without the board’s prior permission While sources in the Collector’s office said it was yet to decide on the applications Ajit Kumar’s nephew Jayant Kumar a co-accused when contacted refuted the trust’s claim “The matter has been settled in the Bombay High Court which has observed that this cannot be treated as a Wakf property” he claimed The Indian Express has reviewed the court’s judgment It turns out that in December 2014 an activist Shamshad Ahmed and a few others had filed a criminal writ petition on the contention that the property was a Wakf land and had demanded that an “FIR be lodged against the Kasliwals and the builders for executing an illegal deed” The petition had further prayed that the deed be declared void But Justice A S Gadkari and Justice Ranjeet More who were presiding over the court had dismissed this petition on January 25 2015 The Bench observed “The main contention of the petition seems to be that the execution of the deed of transfer during the pendency of proceedings of renewal of lease was illegal If the same is illegal then an appropriate action will be initiated against the transferees However we do not find any criminality in the said action” The judges however added “It is expressly made clear that this order should not be construed as expression of any opinion on merits So far as the renewal of the lease of land is concerned the Collector/government shall take appropriate action with law All rights and contentions in this regard have been kept open” Joshi when asked about the court’s observation said “Our contention is that transferring a government land illegally is a criminal offence So we have lodged a criminal case against all accused” Ajit Kumar when contacted said “Why did they (the Collectorate) not revoke or invalidate the assignment deed when signed We have paid the stamp duty and registration on it” Nephew Jayant Kumar also appeared to question the state’s action on similar grounds “The document for the deed of assignment between us and the building firm was adjudicated before execution The revenue officers also collected stamp duty and registration fee validating the transfer The fact that the lease had expired and was pending renewal or conversion was known to both the authorities and the purchasers (the building firm)” he said But Joshi reiterated that the assignment was illegal and was done without the government’s mandatory consent On July 25 2016 another claimant Amit Construction Co approached the Collector claiming it had purchased a 14333 sqft portion of the plot from the Kasliwals through a lease deed dated January 25 1993 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: December 12 2016 11:00 am Virat Kohli led from the front with a career-best 235 – his third double hundred of the year (Source: Reuters) Top News Indian cricket team took a winning 3-0 lead in the five-Test series when they beat England by an innings and 36 runs in the fourth Test at the Wankhede stadium on Monday Needing four wickets to wrap the England innings India took very little time as R Ashwin ran through the visitors’ lower order to hand India the big win With this win India register their fifth consecutive series win on the trot under skipper Virat Kohli The Delhi dasher was adjudged the man of the match for his career-best innings of 235 Ashwin starred with the ball as he returned with a match haul of 12 wickets This was Ashwin’s seventh ten-wicket haul in Tests and he is now just one shy of Anil Kumble – who leads India’s ten-wicket hauls tally with eight Ashwin’s 6/55 was the 24th occasion when he took five or more wickets in the longest format After the win India took a victory lap of the ground and thanked the fans for the support during the ongoing series Kohli led his men during the march and they seemed a happy unit after a clinical performance with both bat and ball Watch how Wankhede erupted after India’s win over England Wankhede erupts Thank you Mumbai for all the support #TeamIndia #INDvENG @Paytm Test Cricket pictwittercom/HEs7UD2N8q — BCCI (@BCCI) 12 December 2016 India have ticked all boxes in the series against England and will head into the final Test in Chennai with a lot of confidence on their side Alastair Cook and Co have work to do and need to pull up their socks if they wish to end the series with some pride The fifth and final Test in Chennai starts on December 16 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 18 2017 4:29 am The Chandigarh police have also started the process of getting custody of the Scorpio which was seized by a joint team of Punjab and Haryana police (Express Photo) Top News The two gangsters Navjot Singh and Surmukh Singh alias Guri who were arrested for attempt to murder were remanded in five-day police custody on Saturday The duo who are associates of gangsters who allegedly shot themselves during a police encounter in Sirsa were arrested by Chandigarh police near ISBT Sector 43 on Friday The police have also started the process to get the custody of the white colour Scorpio of Navjot which was seized by a joint team of Punjab and Haryana police after the encounter at Dabwali in Sirsa on June 12 DSP (east) Satish Kumar said “We received information from Haryana police that the Scorpio in which Navjot Surmukh and another accused identified as Shark escaped after firing on a youth at Makhanmajra village was found at Dabwali The SUV was bearing a fake number plate PB-12(T)-4620 We are in the process to get its custody as the particular vehicle is also wanted by the Chandigarh police” Inspector Baldev Kumar SHO of Mauli Jagran police station said “The Scorpio is in the possession of Sirsa police We are in touch with them to get the possession of the car Efforts are being made to arrest the third accomplice Shark who is still absconding” On May 29 the accused had escaped after firing at Jetinder Singh at his house They later joined three gangsters including Kamaljeet Singh alias Bunty Dhillon(22) Jaspreet Singh(27) alias Jumpy Don both residents of Jaitu in Faridkot and Nishan Singh( 23) a resident of Ferozepur They had gone to Hemkund Sahib and while they were returning they fired on a Himachal police team at a naka near Paonta Sahib on June 7 The probe officer Inspector Baldev Kumar SHO of Mauli Jagran police station said “The custody of two accused was obtained for ascertaining the whereabouts of the absconding accused Shark who is believed to have links with Punjab-based gangsters” Sources have not ruled out the possibility of Shark having links with the members of notorious Vicky Gounder gang Navjot was also involved in a murder case in 2012 committed in Mohali and has been acquitted due to lack of evidences Apart from this case he along with Guri was also involved in two other criminal cases registered under the charges of assault rioting and Arms Act in Mohali For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Harsh Mander | Published: July 29 2016 12:17 am Home-based work absolves the owners and managers of global supply chains from any legal obligations of fair wages healthy work conditions and social protection to the actual end-line workers who labour in isolated home-based units Top News Of the many injustices that have scarred India the most unconscionable are those of unequal childhoods The law in the country has permitted children to be confined to work instead of being in schools and at carefree play India’s child labour law until the recent amendments passed by Parliament barred child work until 14 years only in officially designated hazardous employment There was no bar on the employment of children between 14 and 18 years On the face of it two major amendments to India’s child labour law seem welcome These amendments prohibit all work hazardous or otherwise for children under 14 who now also enjoy the constitutional right to free and compulsory education And for adolescents between 14 and 18 years whose labour was entirely lawful until now the law prohibits their employment in work scheduled as hazardous Yet on closer scrutiny we discover the same pattern as many other pronouncements of this government vis a vis the poor: The reality of what is being offered is the reverse of what appears on paper The ban on hazardous adolescent work is accompanied by changes in the schedule of hazardous work in the statute bringing these down from 83 prohibited activities to only three Apart from mining and explosives the law only prohibits processes deemed hazardous under the Factories Act 1948 In other words the amended law prohibits only that child work which is considered hazardous for adult workers without recognising the specific vulnerabilities of children More damaging is the caveat in the amended law that permits even children under 14 years to now work in non-hazardous “family enterprises” after school hours and during vacations The family is defined to include not just the child’s parents and siblings but also siblings of the child’s parents And a family enterprise includes any work profession or business in which any family member works along with other persons In effect this proviso accomplishes the very opposite of what it claims to do Instead of ending child labour it actually makes lawful once again a large part of child work that was earlier unlawful It is estimated that around 80 per cent of child labour is in work with family members This is in farms forests home-based work such as bidi rolling carpet weaving making of bangles and handicrafts home-based assembly tasks domestic work eateries roadside garages and street vending Child rights activists had fought long and hard to compel governments to include many of these occupations in the statutory list of hazardous occupations But by the double whammy of legalising child participation in non-hazardous “family enterprise” work and drastically trimming the list of hazardous occupations in effect the government has again legalised the bulk of child work Reopening the flood gates for child labour by these amendments is part of a larger package of weakening labour protections for enhancing labour market flexibility to facilitate higher corporate investments The quarter century of economic reforms has witnessed the steady dismantling of factory floor manufacture by organised adult workers into a preference for unorganised migrant adolescent and child workers and contractual and home-based production systems Home-based work absolves the owners and managers of global supply chains from any legal obligations of fair wages healthy work conditions and social protection to the actual end-line workers who labour in isolated home-based units Economist Archana Prasad points to the surge of home based work from 233 million (1999-2000) to 374 million workers in 2011-2012 Of this 16 million were women home-based workers Nearly 32 per cent of total women workers outside agriculture are home-based workers Around 73 per cent of these women engage in home-based manufacture in sectors such as apparel tobacco products and textiles Once work is undertaken within the four walls of a home children routinely (but up to now unlawfully) assist their mothers for long hours to complete and maximise their “piece-work” orders What these amendments accomplish is to render this child labour lawful The argument that has long held sway is that child labour however unfortunate is inevitable as long as households remained poor Only after parents escape poverty will their children be able to enter school What these claims ignore is that the reverse is far more true That child labour is indeed a major cause of persisting poverty That if a child is trapped in labour instead of being able to attend fully to her schooling she will never be able to escape the poverty of her parents The child of a sanitation worker rag-picker domestic worker or casual labourer is likely to be trapped in the professions of her parents unless she is able to access quality education And also for every child in work is an adult denied the same work an adult who could have ensured that her children could be in school We may argue that working with one’s hands is integral to a full education But in that case the opportunities and the obligation to work must surely lie with children of privilege as much as it does with children of disadvantage Children enrolled in schools but rising from disadvantage face many barriers They may be poorly nourished; be first-generation learners; have no place for study in their homes; and be unable to afford tutors It is they who would be further disadvantaged by this amendment Those who defend this amendment applaud the opportunity it would provide for children to learn the trades of their parents This argument is a thinly disguised defence of caste because it is only the caste system that envisages the “natural” transition of children into the professions of their parents Why should the child of a potter learn to be a potter and not a poet; the child of a sanitation worker not a doctor; and the child of a leather tanner not a philosopher These amendments are one more spur to India’s ancient tradition of unequal childhoods Mander is a human rights worker and writer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 19 2016 1:47 pm Sunny Leone shared her first look from Raees’ Laila Main Laila which will be her first project with one of the biggest superstars of India Top News With every passing day the craze for the release of Shah Rukh Khan’s much-awaited film Raees seems to be reaching its zenith and the slight glimpse of Sunny Leone dancing to the retreaded tunes of Laila Main Laila is making us even more impatient Sunny Leone’s first look from Raees’ special song released today and she looked as glamorous as ever?the two have since had heated arguments and disagreements. 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