Honouring Papiya

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Other Petitions
Petition to Chairperson, Bihar State Women's Commission

To

Ms Lessi Singh,
Chairperson,
Bihar State Commission for Women
11 South Bailey Road,
Patna, Bihar
 

 

No. LS/Misc/Pr.Secy/2008

Dr. T.Kumar, IAS

E-mail : tgkumar@sansad.nic.in
11th July, 2008
 

Subject : Brutal Murder of Prof. Papiya Ghosh of Patna University and Malti Devi at Patna on 3 December, 2006.


Dear Ms Singh

I am enclosing a copy of my latest communication dated 25th June, 2008, to Shri Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Bihar on the above subject for your perusal.

Even after 1 ½ years of the commission of the heinous crime, two of the perpetrators Mustquim and Sajogi Rai, are still at large. The reason for this is not known as also the steps that are being taken by the Police to apprehend them.

Further, the progress of the Trial in the case in Fast Track Court No. 5 of Patna, bearing ST No. 188, State Vs. Ramachandra Mahto, appears to be slow and it is not clear when the verdict will be delivered and whether the actual masterminds and perpetrators will be brought to book.

Given the unprecedented nature and enormity of the crime against two innocent, law-abiding women in the State capital, for no known reasons, other, than robbery which is undoubtedly a grave blot on the State and society, I appeal to you to use your high position of authority to ensure that justice is delivered to Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi.

Do visit the Website, “Honouring Papiya” at www.papiyaghosh.com for it will provide you with an idea of the stellar academic contribution of Prof. Ghosh to Bihar and education and why she deserves your fullest support.

It will be appreciated if you kindly acknowledge this communication and indicate your response to my Appeal.
 

Thanking You

Dr. T. Kumar

 

 
Petition to Shri Uday Narain Choudhary Speaker, Bihar Legislative Assembly

To

Shri Uday Narain Choudhary,
Hon’ble Speaker,
Bihar Legislative Assembly,
Patna – 800 001

 

No. LS/Misc/Pr.Secy/2008

Dr. T.Kumar, IAS

E-mail : tgkumar@sansad.nic.in
11th July, 2008
 

Subject : Brutal Murder of Prof. Papiya Ghosh of Patna University and Malti Devi at Patna on 3 December, 2006.


Dear Shri Choudhary

I am enclosing a copy of my latest communication dated 25th June, 2008, to Shri Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Bihar on the above subject for your perusal.

Even after 1 ½ years of the commission of the heinous crime, two of the perpetrators Mustquim and Sajogi Rai, are still at large. The reason for this is not known as also the steps that are being taken by the Police to apprehend them.

Further, the progress of the Trial in the case in Fast Track Court No. 5 of Patna, bearing ST No. 188, State Vs. Ramachandra Mahto, appears to be slow and it is not clear when the verdict will be delivered and whether the actual masterminds and perpetrators will be brought to book.

Given the unprecedented nature and enormity of the crime against two innocent, law-abiding women in the State capital, which is undoubtedly a grave blot on the State and society, for no known reasons, other than robbery, I appeal to you to use your high position of authority to ensure that justice is delivered to Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi.

Do visit the Website, “Honouring Papiya” at www.papiyaghosh.com for it will provide you with an idea of the stellar academic contribution of Prof. Ghosh to Bihar and education and why she deserves your fullest support.

It will be appreciated if you kindly acknowledge this communication and indicate your response to my Appeal.

Thanking You

Dr. T. Kumar

 

 
Petition to Shri P.K. Shahi, Advocate General,
Patna High Court

To

Shri P.K. Shahi,
Advocate General,
Patna High Court
Patna – 800 012
FAX : 0612-2227127

 

No. LS/Misc/Pr.Secy/2008

Dr. T.Kumar, IAS

tgkumar@sansad.nic.in


2nd July, 2008

Dear Shri Shahi,


I am enclosing, for your information, a copy of my latest letter dated 2nd July, 2008, to Shri J.P. Singh, Advocate & State PP, regarding the status of the Trial related to the brutal murder of my sister, Prof. Papiya Ghosh of Patna University and her domestic help, Malti Devi on 3 December, 2006, at 168, Patliputra Colony, Patna, which is presently listed in the Fast Track Court No. 5, Patna and bears ST No. 188, State Vs. Ramachandra Mahto.

You may already be aware of the details of Case and the extremely serious societal issues it impinges on. The State Government, under the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Shri Nitish Kumar, has committed to provide justice, in what is, without doubt, an unprecedented crime of sheer barbarity in the State Capital, perpetrated on two law-abiding, innocent women in their homes, for no known reason, other than robbery.

Prof. Ghosh’s life and work was dedicated to Bihar and education. It will be appropriate and befitting that the Administration takes the responsibility to ensure that there is neither delay or denial of justice in the Case. Precious lives should not be allowed to have been lost in vain and there should be no repetition of such heinous crimes in a regime which reportedly places a very high premium on upholding the sanctity of law and order, regardless of how highly placed the perpetrators of crime may be.

I request you to kindly visit the Website, “Honouring Papiya” at www.papiyaghosh.com to get an insight of what a great loss the State has suffered in the shocking and wanton murder of Prof. Ghosh.

It is my earnest request that you advise the concerned Authorities to give the matter focused attention so that faith in the system’s impartiality, accountability and efficacy remains intact. An acknowledgment will be deeply appreciated.


Thanking You

Dr. T. Kumar

 

 
3rd Reminder Petition to Chairman, NHRC

To

Hon’ble Justice Shri Rajendra Babu,
Chairman,
National Human Rights Commission
New Delhi

 

214, Hilton WTC Residence
1191, Corniche El Nile
Cairo, EGYPT,
Dated 23 June, 2008

Sir

Subject: No Response to appeals dated 19 February 2008, 3 April 2008 and 8 June 2008 regarding Brutal Murders of Prof.Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi on 2 December, 2006, in Patna

I am writing to you for the fourth time regarding the failure of the Bihar Govt till date to arrest two of the criminals involved in the horrific murders of my sister, Prof. Papiya Ghosh and her aged, invalid maid Malti Devi, inside my sister’s own house in Pataliputra Colony, Patna.
Named by the Bihar police in this most terrible case of violation of human rights, as Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, they still remain to be arrested more than one and half years after committing the barbaric murders.
I had sought your intervention with the Govt. of Bihar so that these despicable perpetrators of the most reprehensible atrocities are arrested and brought to trial.
But unfortunately, as yet there has been no response from you, even months after the original appeal was made.
In the matter of the recent Gujjar agitation, your commission has lost no time in rushing to probe alleged police atrocities. Of course these are politically sensitive issues and have the potential of causing much damage to our Government. This speaks for itself.
But what rights in practice does the country guarantee for its law abiding citizens? While we fulfil our duties when we fall victim to the worst atrocities, why is it that the lofty public bodies appointed as guardians of our human rights, most notably your august body, are least bothered to investigate the atrocities or see to it that all the guilty are brought to book?
Certainly all efforts are being made to project our country as a beacon of democracy- a champion of human rights. But while impressive bodies with numerous members and offices are set up, what is the benefit to the citizens? Because what we see is that some are more equal than others. Why is it that the same yardstick is not used to measure atrocities in the case of all citizens?
Where are our basic human rights which our constitution guarantees on paper?
Atrocities ignored today for reasons of expediency, will cost the country dear in the near future with increasing criminalisation of society.


Yours faithfully,

Mrs. Keya Sen

E mail: keya_sen04@hotmail.com

 


 
 
 
3rd Reminder Petition to Chairman, NCW

To

The Chairperson,
National Commission for Women,
4, Deen Dayal Marg,
New Delhi- 110 002

 

214, Hilton WTC Residence
1191, Corniche El Nile
Cairo, EGYPT,
Dated 23 June, 2008
keya_sen04@hotmail.com

Respected Madam,

Subject: 3 Previous Appeals for intervention to bring about the arrest of absconding criminals in the brutal double murders of Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi, in Patna on 2 December,2006 remain unanswered.

My appeals to you for your intervention with the Bihar Govt. to bring about the arrest and trial of two of the absconding criminals involved in the gruesome murders of my sister Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi, made on 20 February 2008, 3 April 2008, and 5 June 2008 remain unanswered.

The absconding heinous criminals, named by the Bihar police as Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai continue to roam free, more than one and half years after inflicting horrific and fatal atrocities against two helpless women.

What are our actual rights as law abiding women citizens? This is far from clear. While on paper we are guaranteed basic human rights and lofty bodies such as yours are set up as guardians of such rights, gruesome atrocities like those inflicted on Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi are overlooked. While in public pronouncements there is no lack of sentiment expressing support for victims of injustices, the reality is that these lofty bodies are only interested in investigating and condemning atrocities against certain women – apparently some women are more equal than others.

It appears that the atrocities inflicted on Prof. Papiya Ghosh, a scrupulously law abiding citizen and her aged invalid maid Malti Devi, far away from the capital and in Bihar which already has an abysmal crime record, have been sought to be ignored, and in time given a quiet burial.

Your deafening silence and inaction, in spite of repeated appeals, only reinforce the apprehension in the public mind that unless there is fear of disruptive agitation or of a political fall out, bodies like yours would rather prefer to turn a blind eye to violations of women’s rights, even if they are indescribably brutal as in the case of Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi.


Yours faithfully,

Mrs. Keya Sen

 

Petition to Smt. Sonia Gandhi, Chairperson, UPA

To

Smt. Sonia Gandhi,
Chairperson,
U.P.A.
10 Janpath,
New Delhi – 110001.

 

 

 


11 June, 2008

Respected Madam,

Subject : Heinous Murders of Prof.Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi in Patna,2 December, 2006 . Appeal for Justice.

On the night of 2 December,2006, my younger sister,Prof.Papiya Ghosh (53) of Patna University,and her aged,invalid maid,Malti Devi (72), were attacked and killed with indescribable brutality, inside Prof.Ghosh’s own house in Pataliputra Colony,Patna.As per the police a gang of six dacoits cum murderers had executed these ruthless cold blooded crimes.

Soon after these gruesome double murders,my youngest sister,Dr. T. Kumar, I.A.S. Principal Secretary to Hon’ble Speaker,Lok Sabha,Shri Somnath Chatterjee,Had written to you about them,and you had been kind enough to respond positively.

In their sheer viciousness and unparalleled barbarity, these horrific crimes against defenceless women, in the heart of a state capital, have marked a shameful new low in violent crimes against women in India.

Prof.Papiya Ghosh was a scrupulously law abiding citizen, who had devoted her entire life to the cause of higher education in Bihar. Why was she subjected to such terrible atrocities? We do not know.

Following the dastardly murders, though four of the criminals were arrested and put on trial,and a case filed in a Fast Track Court, hearings still remain to be completed even a year later.This effectively means indefinite delay and uncertainty of justice for the victims.

And shockingly, even one and half years later, two of the criminals in these heinous double murders, named by the police as Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, still remain to be arrested and put on trial.

Applications made under the RTI Act, for information regarding the steps being taken by the Bihar Govt. to apprehend the culprits, have remained unanswered.

No doubt, august national bodies have been set up to see that such terrible atrocities against women do not go unpunished.

But strangely enough, while members of our National Commission for Women rushed with commendable alacrity to the scene of crime in the Scarlett Keeling and Arushi murder cases,Prof.Ghosh’s killing,even more gruesome though it was,has been completely ignored by them.

There has been a deafening and total silence to my numerous appeals following the double murders, to the Chairperson,National Commission for Women,as well as to the Chairman,National Human Rights Commission .

As an Indian living abroad, I am extremely dismayed and disturbed by this unequal stance,denoting lack of concern for public grievances by the very bodies set up to safeguard citizens’ rights.

Therefore,I appeal to you for your urgent personal intervention,for bringing about justice to these unfortunate victims of the most reprehensible crimes against women.

Thanking you,

 

(Mrs.) Keya Sen,
Apt.214,Hilton Cairo WTC Residence,
1191,Corniche El Nile,Cairo,Egypt.
 Email keya_sen04@hotmail.com

 


 
 
Petition to Chairman, NHRC  

To

Justice Shri Rajendra Babu,
Chairman, National Human Rights Commission,
New Delhi.


 

 

214, Hilton WTC Residence,
1191, Corniche El Nile,
Cairo, EGYPT
keya_sen04@hotmail.com
8 June, 2008

Sir,

Subject : Double murders of my sister Prof. Papiya Ghosh, and Malti Devi in Patna on 2 December,2006. Appeals remain unanswered.

I had written to you on 19 February, 2008, and again on 3 April, 2008, appealing for your intervention with the Govt. of Bihar to bring about the arrest of the two still absconding criminals- Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, who were involved in the indescribably brutal murders of Papiya Ghosh and her aged invalid maid, Malti Devi, in her house in Patna on the night of 2 December, 2006.

In their sheer viciousness and unparalleled brutality the inhuman atrocities inflicted on the two defenceless women mark a new abysmal low even in the appalling crime history of Bihar and are a shameful blot on any society that considers itself civilized.

Though the case against the four arrested has been referred to a Fast Track Court (Case no. ST no.188 of 2007,in Fast Track Court no.5 State of Bihar vs. Ramchandra Mahto) the proceedings still remain to be completed even more than a year after the case was filed. This means indefinite delay in justice for the victims.

Prof. Papiya Ghosh was a scrupulously law abiding citizen, who had devoted her entire life to the cause of higher education in Bihar. The oft repeated pronouncements of our successive governments about the importance of safeguarding women’s rights and the enforcement of the most stringent penalties when they are violated, need to be followed up by appropriate action against criminals, if the empowerment and equality of women is to be become a reality in our society

As an Indian living abroad, I find the apathetic silence of your august body which has been set up for the very purpose of safeguarding and protecting human rights, shocking. India is projected as a country which upholds human rights, but such insensitivity when rights are violated speaks otherwise.

I, for the third time, request you to take up the matter with the Govt. of Bihar to immediately bring about the arrest and trial of the two absconding criminals, so that there can be justice for Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi - victims of the most inhuman and diabolical crimes.

Thanking you,

 

 

Yours Faithfully,
(Mrs. Keya Sen)
 

   
Petition to Chairman, NCW  

To

The Chairperson,
National Commission for Women,
4, Deen Dayal Marg,
New Delhi- 110 002
Respected Madam,

 

214, Hilton WTC Residence,
1191, Corniche El Nile,
Cairo, EGYPT
keya_sen04@hotmail.com
5 June, 2008


Sir,

Subject : Murders of Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi, on 2 December,2006, in Patna.
Appeals to you remain unanswered.

Yours being the National body which has been set up to safeguard the rights of women in India, I had sought your intervention with the Govt. of Bihar, to bring about the arrest of the two absconding criminals involved in the above mentioned heinous double murder case.

I had sent you an email on 20 February,2008, and thereafter,a letter dated 3 April,2008, with this request. But till date I have received no reply from you.

My sister Prof. Papiya Ghosh and her aged maid Malti Devi, were murdered by a gang of six intruders on the night of 2 December,2006.. The degree of brutality inflicted on the two helpless women, inside what should have been the safety of Prof. Ghosh’s own house, remains unparalleled in the crime history of Bihar,and marks a new low in the barbaric atrocities perpetrated on women living on their own, who trust in the state to provide a safe environment for life.

While your Commission has rushed with commendable alacrity toGoa after the Scarlett Keeling murder, and more recently to the site of the Arushi Talwar murder, I fail to understand how the brutal murders of Papiya Ghosh, who was a scholar of international repute, and of her 72 year old maid Malti Devi in the heart of a state capital, indescribably reprehensible as they were, have not elicited any response at all from you.

I would certainly not like to believe that your commission would take up only selective cases of atrocities against women,and overlook others like the ones committed on Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi, even though events speak otherwise.

As an Indian living abroad where we are seeking to project our country’s image as a progressive country, with a safe and secure environment, conducive for investments, I am extremely dismayed by the fact that the Commission mandated by the Government to safeguard and protect the rights of women in India, has turned its face away in apathetic indifference in a case of such horrific and fatal atrocities on two law abiding yet defenceless women, and the message it sends out.

 

 

Yours Faithfully,
(Mrs. Keya Sen)
214, WTC Hilton Residency,
1191, Corniche El Nile,
Cairo, EGYPT
e-mail: keya_sen04@hotmail.com
 

   

Petition to Chairman, NHRC

 

To

Justice Shri Rajendra Babu,
Chairman, National Human Rights Commission,
New Delhi.

3 April, 2008


Sir,

Subject : Appeal dated 19 February, 2008, Regarding Brutal Murder of  Professor Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi on 2 December, 2006.

On the 19th February, 2008 I had sent you an appeal through email, regarding the brutal murders of my younger sister, Prof. Papiya Ghosh (53), and of her aged, invalid maid Malti Devi (72). They were murdered in cold blood inside my sister’s own house in Pataliputra Colony, Patna.

The horrific nature of these double murders remains unprecedented and unparalleled in the known history of crime in Bihar.

As per the police statement, quoted in the press, six armed dacoits had intruded into Prof. Ghosh’s house and executed these heinous crimes with impunity.

The human rights of two helpless women have been violated in the most flagrant way. Barbaric atrocities have been inflicted on defenceless women inside what is regarded as the safest of places, - one’s own home.

Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi’s basic human rights – that of right to life and right to property have been wrongfully taken away.

Ironically these gruesome murders and rampant loot have taken place within a stone’s throw of the Pataliputra Police thana, in a busy residential area..

That was almost one and a half years ago. Since then, four of the gang of dacoits have been arrested and the case committed to a Fast Track Court. But that case is moving very slowly causing many apprehensions to remain.

And even now, two of the murderous gang, named by the police as quoted in the press as, Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, have not been brought to justice and continue to elude the police arrest.

A number of representations have been made to the Chief Minister, Govt.of Bihar, to bring the wrong doers to book, but there has been no response.

My sister, Papiya Ghosh had devoted her life to the cause of higher education in Bihar. She was a scrupulously honest and upright citizen and obeyed every law of the land. On her part she relied on the state to provide a secure environment where citizens could lead their lives peaceably. But things happened otherwise.

I would request you to kindly visit the website www.papiyaghosh.com for more details about her life and works.

The oft heard pronouncements of the Government about the importance of safeguarding women’s rights and providing adequate justice, when they have been violated need to be followed up by necessary action when such violations do take place. Otherwise they will remain as mere pious intentions and society will continue to treat and abuse women as second class citizens.

You must have received my first appeal of the 19th February, 2008. But not having heard anything from your office in reply, I am again voicing my appeal for you to intervene to ensure that the two absconding criminals, Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, are arrested by the Government of Bihar and brought to justice without further loss of precious time.

The wronged souls of Prof.Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi await justice.

 

 

Yours Faithfully,
(Mrs. Keya Sen)
214, WTC Hilton Residency,
1191, Corniche El Nile,
Cairo, EGYPT
e-mail: keya_sen04@hotmail.com
 

 

Petition to Chairperson, NCW

 

To

Dr. Girja Vyas,
Chairperson, National Commission For Women,
4, Deen Dayal Marg,
New Delhi- 110002.
 

3 April, 2008


Dated: 3 April, 2008.

Respected Madam,

Subject: Appeal of 20 February, 2008 regarding brutal murders of Prof. Papiya Ghosh and Malti Devi in Patna.

I had written an email to you on the 20th February,2008, appealing for your intervention with the Government of Bihar in order to bring about the arrest of two absconding criminals in the murder case of my younger sister Prof. Papiya Ghosh of Patna University and her aged invalid maid, Malti Devi who were slain with indescribable brutality on the night of 2 December,2006, in Patna.

In their sheer viciousness and unparalleled brutality, these double murders remain unprecedented in the known crime history of Bihar, and mark a new low in the atrocities perpetrated on women, unlawfully attacking and depriving defenceless women of their basic human rights.

As per the police statement quoted in the press, six armed dacoits had intruded into my sister’s house in Patliputra Colony, Patna and had executed these heinous crimes.

Incidentally, this house is only a stone’s throw away from the police thana.

But since then only four of the gang have been arrested and put on trial. And though the case is in a Fast Track Court it is moving extremely slowly, causing many doubts and apprehensions to remain.

And shocking till today, almost one and a half years after the reprehensible crimes have been committed, two of the murderous gang, named by the police, as quoted in the press as Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, continue to remain out of the reach of the law.

My sister, Papiya Ghosh, had devoted her life to the cause of higher education in Bihar. She lived on her own with her old maid. A law abiding and scrupulously honest citizen, she had depended on the state to provide citizens with a safe and secure environment in which they could live their lives without fear or danger. But things turned out to be otherwise.

May I request you to kindly visit the website www.papiyaghosh.com for details of her life and works.

On behalf of the grieving family, I once again renew my appeal to you to take up this issue, and bring the weight of your authority to bear on the Government of Bihar arrest and trial of the two absconding criminals.

It is only when all the culprits involved in these dastardly crimes are given exemplary punishment will justice said to have been done and society made safer for women, the weakest section of society.

The wronged souls of my sister Papiya Ghosh, and Malti Devi await justice.
 

 

 

Yours Faithfully,
(Mrs. Keya Sen),
214,Hilton Cairo WTC Residence,
1191, Corniche El Nile,
Cairo,Egypt.
E-Mail : keya_sen04@hotmail.com
 

 

 

Petition to Chief Justice of Supreme Court of India

 

To

Shri K.G. Balakrishnan,
Hon’ble Chief Justice,
Supreme Court of India,
New Delhi.

2 April, 2008



Respected Sir,

Subject: Appeal for justice in the murder of Prof.Papiya Ghosh of Patna University and Malti Devi.

On the night of 2 December, 2006 my younger sister, Professor Papiya Ghosh, was murdered with indescribable brutality inside her own house in Pataliputra Colony, Patna. Neither was her aged, invalid maid, Malti Devi spared. Prof. Ghosh’s house was also looted of all items of value, big and small, with the criminals even managing to drive away in the victim’s own car.

As per the police statement, quoted in the press, six armed dacoits had entered Prof. Ghosh’s house and executed the heinous crimes with impunity.

The killing of Prof. Ghosh was carried out with a degree of savage brutality unparalleled in the crime history of Bihar.The worst kind of atrocities against women were perpetrated with brazen impunity,and human rights fatally violated.


Prof. Papiya Ghosh was a scrupulously honest citizen who lived on her own,and had devoted herself to the cause of higher education in Bihar.
I would request you to kindly visit the website www.papiyaghosh.com for details about her works and life.


As a law abiding citizen, Prof. Ghosh depended on the state to provide the necessary security of life and property to all its citizens.But things turned out otherwise. Incidentally her house where the multiple crimes took place, was a mere stone’s throw from the Pataliputra police thana.

Subsequent to the horrific killings, four of the murderous gang have been rounded up, and put on trial. But the case, although committed to a Fast Track court, is moving at snail’s pace.


And shockingly two of the culprits in the reprehensible crimes, named by the police, as quoted in the press, as Mustakeen and Sanjogi Rai, still remain out of the reach of the police even more than a year later, in spite of numerous representations having been made to the Chief Minister of Bihar, for their speedy arrest.


Neither have petitions to the Chairman, National Human Rights Commission, and the Chairperson, National Commission for Women, as well as other human rights organizations to get justice, met with any response.


Even applications for information regarding the absconding criminals, made under the Right To Information Act, have not been answered.


I, on behalf of the grieving family, look for justice for the wronged souls of the two innocents, relying on the courts of law to give exemplary punishments to all in these reprehensible crimes, so that crime can be effectively deterred, and the atrocities against women put to a speedy end.

In anticipation of justice,

 

 

Yours Faithfully,
(Mrs. Keya Sen),
214,Hilton Cairo WTC Residence,
1191, Corniche El Nile,
Cairo,Egypt.
E-Mail : keya_sen04@hotmail.com
 

 

 

Petition to Home Secretary, Govt. of India

 

To

Shri Madhukar Gupta, IAS
Home Secretary,
Government of India,
North Block, New Delhi-110 001

No. LS/Misc/Pr.Secy/2008
Dr. T. Kumar, IAS
email: tgkumar@sansad.nic.in

 

8 th March, 2008



Dear,

I am enclosing a copy of my letter of 18th March, 2008, to Shri Nitish Kumar, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Bihar regarding the arrest of two absconders involved in the double murder case of my sister, Prof. Papiya Ghosh and her domestic help, Malti Devi on 3rd December, 2006 in Patna and the slow progress of the Trial in the ‘Fast Track Court’ of the four arrested for the ghastly crime.

It will be appreciated if the matter is taken up with the State Government for appropriate action.

I request you to visit the Website, “Honouring Papiya” at www.papiyaghosh.com too.

 

 

Thanking You,
(Dr. T. Kumar)

 

 
 

 

Petition to Smt. Sonia Gandhi, Chairperson, UPA, By Dr.T. Kumar

 

To

Smt. Sonia Gandhi,
Chairperson, UPA,
10, Janpath,
New Delhi – 110 011

Dr. T. Kumar, IAS

11 th December, 2006



Respected Madam,

I am enclosing a copy of my Petition of 11.12.2006 to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India regarding the extremely brutal murder of my sister, Prof. Papiya Ghosh at Patna on 3rd December, 2006.

I appeal to you to kindly lend your support to ensure that justice is not denied to Prof. Ghosh.

 

Thanking You,
(Dr. T. Kumar),

E-Mail : tgkumar@sansad.nic.in