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‘Light at the end of Tunnel’: Message from Madras High Court Chief Justice A.P. Sahi

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Hon’ble Mr. Js. Amreshwar Pratap Sahi, Chief Justice of Madras High Court has written a message of hope in the times of Corona crisis titled as “LIght at the End of the Tunnel”. Js. Sahi wrote that the unanimity of resolve to observe distancing, with its little hiccups, has proved that herculean efforts on all fronts have substantially abated an unexpected disaster. The yeoman service of doctors, Paramedics and policemen, responsible bureaucracy, and above all, the level of perfection observed by our citizenry in general, has turned the tides to a great measure.

Js. Sahi further emphasising on migration due to fear wrote that social insecurities and unfoundational fear, or may be rumours, drove a small part of us to migrate to our nests which is not more than weakness of human nature. Travel North, South, East or West, a man’s own house is still the best. The overall situation appears to be satisfactory though still tense and grim and not completely overcome. With our limited resources we have shown commendable courage and strength to ward off what was a huge impregnable wall of unreachable heights. The efforts of converting the ordinary to the extraordinary have gone a long way to translate ”Adversity to Opportunity” into concrete results.

In words of Js. Sahi, “We have achieved substantial success but not without velled quarantine breaches. Had there been no dark side of life, the shining stars and planets of hope would have been a mirage and not a reality. Our experience of pandemic, which phased us into a darker side of life, has also shown us a way to fight adversities with hope and courage that has led to success.

Js. Sahi at this juncture quoted Edmund Burke who said that darkness is more productive of sublime ideas than light. To muster courage we have to stand in our own light and fight our own shadows. Somewhere there is definitely light at the end of the tunnel. Hope is a better companion than fear.

Then Js. Sahi in his message stressed on the need of personal hygiene, masks and social distancing to eradicate possible recurrence of a new wave of Coronavirus. Js. Sahi also stressed on importance of keeping afloat working and productive society by staggering work hours with full time supporting frontline medicine, health, sanitation, food supply and essential services staff. The lessons of perseverance must be learnt from Polar Bears in the Antarctic and Ships of the desert of Sahara. We also have to move like a sure traveller cautious of his direction by using the right compass, planning and plotting a safe road map.

According to Js. Sahi, we have to remember that disease is the punishment of neglect. Js. Sahi ended his message of hope with an excerpt from well acclaimed poem of Robert Frost, “The Road not taken” and wrote that (we have) … .. .. miles to go before we sleep.

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  1. original and factual _ solemnly promised> COULD I FIND LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL – through the Madras High Court, Chief Justice A.P.Sahi, to find JUSTICE at 73 yrs, having been dragged with deprive of my basic legitimate claim of army disability pension by vengeance to the factual expositions of the realities in living and working in the restricted military area with exploitation of soldiers, though many better qualified than the army officers but used for menial jobs to assist the ir families in domestic works,: – washing clothes, taking care of kids, etc. as orderlies / sahayaks, all this after 72 long years of Indian Independence. Result of which, Admin Bench Member states: in slang words: “Uska Case Bundle Feko”, added to ‘Case dismissed’ with continuing injustice,(OA7/2012 and RA16/2013) and subsequently W.P.2989/2014 Jan. filed with MHC through Law Firm – Surana & Surana, same numbered and heard(listed)only once, thereafter influenced by AFT Chennai Bench and never heard. Self, litigant with the request to be heard, ran pillar to post … Dy.Registrar / Registrar Writs, Registrar (Judicial), Registrar General and PA to Chief Justice Sri. Hari, for my case to be heard and the precious time consumed to almost two and half years, Finally, PA to Chief Justice Sri. Hari, said that AFT has equal powers that of the MHC, hence priority for hearing for senior citizens do not apply and hence to seek the “Leave to Appeal” from AFT Chennai Bench, for the case to be heard.
    Self then approached, the Registrar, AFT Chennai Bench, who referred me to file under Misc.Appeal for the LEAVE TO APPEAL and the Legal Section said that self have to go back to MHC and withdraw the existing WP2989/2014 ‘First’ , and only then the same could be accepted for “Leave to Appeal Request” same after being done, meeting all formalities as a septuagenarian with geriatric diseases, the same was accepted but there again same delayed to be numbered, saying the case has to be circulated and then decided and only then the same was numbered M.A.148/ M.a.149/2017 and my listing came into que with late submitter s of cases bypassed my submission, which self thought god is watching all deeds. Mounting tension and stresses to my old age and subsequent my experiencing a massive heart-attack and self hospitalised and got stent fitted to the clocks in “Kauvery Hospital”Chennai. Miscreants in AFT Chennai Region, the engaged practicing advocate (Rtd.Lt.Comdr.Indian Navy- I.Ilangovan) got my submission of Case Sheet Withdrawn without my knowledge and consent, heartlessly and mercilessly, while the MHC released the order for WP2989/2014. HENCE THIS SUBMISSION TO FIND LIGHT AT THE END OF MY life-TUNNEL ON A PATH TO MY GRAVE, TO GIVE ME JUSTICE AS your HIGHNESS DEEMED FIT, IF THE court TO BE REALLY CONSIDERED AS THE “tEMPLE OF jUSTICE”.

  2. COULD I FIND LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL – through the Madras High Court, Chief Justice A.P.Sahi, to find JUSTICE at 73 yrs, having been dragged with deprive of my basic legitimate claim of army disability pension by vengeance to the factual expositions of the realities in living and working in the restricted military area with exploitation of soldiers, though many better qualified than the army officers but used for menial jobs to assist the ir families in domestic works,: – washing clothes, taking care of kids, etc. as orderlies / sahayaks, all this after 72 long years of Indian Independence. Result of which, Admin Bench Member states: in slang words: “Uska Case Bundle Feko”, added to ‘Case dismissed’ with continuing injustice,(OA7/2012 and RA16/2013) and subsequently W.P.2989/2014 Jan. filed with MHC through Law Firm – Surana & Surana, same numbered and heard(listed)only once, thereafter influenced by AFT Chennai Bench and never heard. Self, litigant with the request to be heard, ran pillar to post … Dy.Registrar / Registrar Writs, Registrar (Judicial), Registrar General and PA to Chief Justice Sri. Hari, for my case to be heard and the precious time consumed to almost two and half years, Finally, PA to Chief Justice Sri. Hari, said that AFT has equal powers that of the MHC, hence priority for hearing for senior citizens do not apply and hence to seek the “Leave to Appeal” from AFT Chennai Bench, for the case to be heard.
    Self then approached, the Registrar, AFT Chennai Bench, who referred me to file under Misc.Appeal for the LEAVE TO APPEAL and the Legal Section said that self have to go back to MHC and withdraw the existing WP2989/2014 ‘First’ , and only then the same could be accepted for “Leave to Appeal Request” same after being done, meeting all formalities as a septuagenarian with geriatric diseases, the same was accepted but there again same delayed to be numbered, saying the case has to be circulated and then decided and only then the same was numbered M.A.148/ M.a.149/2017 and my listing came into que with late submitter s of cases bypassed my submission, which self thought god is watching all deeds. Mounting tension and stresses to my old age and subsequent my experiencing a massive heart-attack and self hospitalised and got stent fitted to the clocks in “Kauvery Hospital”Chennai. Miscreants in AFT Chennai Region, the engaged practicing advocate (Rtd.Lt.Comdr.Indian Navy- I.Ilangovan) got my submission of Case Sheet Withdrawn without my knowledge and consent, heartlessly and mercilessly, while the MHC released the order for WP2989/2014. HENCE THIS SUBMISSION TO FIND LIGHT AT THE END OF MY life-TUNNEL ON A PATH TO MY GRAVE, TO GIVE ME JUSTICE AS your HIGHNESS DEEMED FIT, IF THE court TO BE REALLY CONSIDERED AS THE “tEMPLE OF jUSTICE”.

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