Dear Mr. Joshi, many thanks for your reply.
My father was working as an Asstt. Geologist in the deptt of Geology 7 Mining at Bharuch. The then collector Bharuch was having fancy ideas about his powers as regads to Mines and Minerals laws and rules. He was having gruge over the lease holders as he was not "Honoured" properly by the lease holders of Kheda dist where he was DDO. he tried to squeeze them but these charotaries were not to be crumbled. He once uttered the words" these quarry owners are ROUGUES. He forced my father who was supposed to put the files to him for his final orders to cancels some leases. He assumed that he has vast powers and asked to grant the leases for the period less than that stipulated in the rules. When my father put the legal position before him he asked him to route the files through RDC. My father again opposed this and put before him the govt orders which clearly mentioned that the files are not to be routed through RDC.
Finding that my father is not succumbing to his instructions which are not according to act & rules he wrote to the Addnl.Chief Secretary for his transfer. He even went to say that it will not be possible for him to work in Mines and Minerals if " Mr Upadhyay is continued to be at Bharuch". And you will bsurprised that this letter was sent to addressee on 28-8-1988, the day on which he himself was transferred and had relinquished the charge on that day. Even though these IAS bhai-bhai transferred him. The charge was taken when he was on tour and not having received Transferred order. This transfer was within 15 months and was not according to the guide lines for transfer of Gujrat Govt. Servants.
The rest is in the letter my father wrote to Addnl. Chief Secretary on 22-12-98. This and all the other letters have never been acted upon ( we doubt the authority has read the same or lower staff has put up to them). And this is quite possible because the collector agaist whom he had written was Dy. Sec.(Home) and could have inluenced. These IAS officers are so vindictive that if one is opposed to you whole gang will be blood thirsty. I am sending the letter dt.22-12-1998.
My present question was what action can be taken to see that CIC takes decision asap. because this will create a fresh ground for me to approach the Hon. High Court.
You have suggested to go to Supreme Court but my father is now 71+, depressed, having Arthritis, once even operated, is not able to go to High Court and hence no question of going to SC. Even financial condition prohibits this. Once an officer from Sachivalaya, who was handling the case has uttered to a wellwisher of my father that "he will get tired, we are not worried as we will be enjoying going to Delhi by plane."
Again thanks for your co operation and inspiration.