Report Corruption in Delhi Housing Societies to Clean House
“Clean House” runs as a community court to report about crime and corruption happening in Delhi’s cooperative group housing societies (CGHS). If you want “Clean House” to report about the corruption and illegal activities in your housing society, you may please contact me with relevant documents and details. The cases given below reveal the extent of corruption that is hitting millions of Delhi residents.
To: All Residents of Delhi
From: Rakesh Raman
If you have voice, raise it against corruption and injustice. Do not stay quiet. If you are not trying to stop corruption, you are part of it.
Although the lethal impact of corruption is visible in every nook and corner of India, New Delhi has emerged as the corruption capital where the bureaucrats can’t breathe without bribe.
Arvind Kejriwal – Delhi chief minister – is heading one of the most corrupt governments as many of his colleagues are themselves facing an array of corruption allegations and other criminal cases. And Anil Baijal – the Lt. Governor (LG) of Delhi – who is the incharge of bureaucracy has completely failed to tame the corrupt bureaucrats who have virtually become dacoits to loot the citizens.
Almost 60% of Delhi’s residents are so poor that they cannot pay bribes to the government officials. In recent years, therefore, the corrupt bureaucrats and politicians have systematically created a citywide criminal enterprise across the affluent group housing complexes which have become dens of crime and corruption.
The cooperative group housing societies (CGHS), which are supposed to be regulated by the Registrar Cooperative Societies (RCS) office of Delhi Government, have become hideouts for criminals who masquerade as the managing committee (MC) members of housing societies.
These MC members, who enjoy full protection from the corrupt bureaucrats and politicians, commit all types of crimes and loot public money worth thousands of crores of rupees from millions of residents who live in nearly 2,000 group housing societies of Delhi. As the MC members in different housing societies operate as criminal gangs, they win the domestic elections fraudulently – either by bribing the resident voters or by threatening them.
Since the RCS office – which is among the most corrupt departments of India – has been given extreme powers to regulate the CGHS affairs, the RCS officials openly accept bribes from the criminals who run the housing societies. In return, they allow the criminal MCs of housing societies to commit crimes without any fear.
This is the modus operandi of the RCS office that it ostensibly orders the inspections or sends customary notices against the MCs of housing societies and then keeps delaying the inspections or legal actions so that the accused should keep bribing the RCS officials for longer periods of time.
The entire Delhi Cooperative Societies Act (DCS Act) – under which the RCS office operates – is designed in such a way that the victims of corruption are not allowed to bypass the RCS office and approach higher courts. As a result, the corrupt MC members are protected and RCS officials keep demanding bribes from the accusers as well as the accused in different cases of crime and corruption in housing societies.
The massive bureaucratic corruption at RCS office is an archetypal example that shows why India is still a poor, underdeveloped country even after more than 7 decades of its independence.
According to the “Clean House” community court, both Kejriwal and Baijal have made Delhi the corruption capital of India. Now, along with the RCS office, many other departments have joined the corruption racket that is running in the group housing societies where the MC members operate as frontend agents of bureaucrats and politicians to loot public money. They all share the booty while the residents have no forum where they could complain.
The community-driven anti-corruption service “Clean House” reveals that more departments such as Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Delhi Fire Service (DFS), and the Delhi Police are now colluding with the RCS office to swindle public money through criminal MC members of housing societies.
Both Kejriwal and Baijal know about rampant corruption in Delhi, but they never tried to stop it. While Kejriwal has won the Delhi election with the criminality of his colleagues, Baijal must be removed from his position to reduce corruption in Delhi.
There are a few other departments that are supposed to handle corruption cases of Delhi government officials. These are, for example, Delhi Lokayukta (civil commissioner) which acts as an anti-corruption ombudsman organization, office of the Financial Commissioner, Anti Corruption Branch (ACB), Directorate of Vigilance (DOV), and Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Delhi Police.
However, all these departments are running with lethargic and untrained officials who fail to resolve corruption cases. They keep writing useless, routine letters to the complainants and always try to protect the corrupt officials. In most cases, the anti-corruption agencies refuse to acknowledge and register corruption complaints against government officials.
Since the grievances of citizens are not addressed properly, they are left with no other option but to go to courts. But most of them do not get justice in courts which are buried under millions of cases that are pending. As administration has collapsed, police officers are corrupt, and courts give haphazard judgments, the lawlessness is increasing rapidly in Delhi.
DIRTY DEPARTMENTS OF DELHI
The corrupt government departments that are responsible for corruption and destruction in Delhi include:
- Office of the Lt. Governor (LG) of Delhi
- Offices of the Chief Minister and other Ministers of Delhi
- Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCDs)
- Delhi Development Authority (DDA)
- Registrar Cooperative Societies (RCS) of the Delhi Government
- Delhi Fire Service (DFS)
- Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC)
- Delhi Police
These corrupt departments of Delhi enjoy full support from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs and the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, which are equally responsible for corruption, pollution, and destruction in Delhi.
In order to thwart my anti-corruption efforts, the corrupt people are sending multiple threats to me. These include false police complaints against me, threats of physical harm to me, expulsion notices, legal notices, and slanderous attacks on my social as well as professional status. But I am not deterred and I will keep fighting truthfully against their crimes and corruption to get the culprits arrested and imprisoned.
Some of the active cases that I am currently pursuing are given below. You can click the case weblink to read the full report.
|NEW CASES IN 2021|
|Catch Your MLA||Delhi Govt||March 24, 2021||Citizen Service|
|Society Complaint||RCS / DDA||February 23, 2021||Procedure|
|Illegal Construction||DDA||February 2, 2021||Court Order|
|Transparency||Housing Societies||January 23, 2021||Letter to CM|
|Complaint Procedure||Housing Societies||January 6, 2021||Online Form|
|CASES IN 2020|
|FAR Construction Crime||DDA / Society||December 25, 2020||Inquiry|
|Housing Society Scam||RCS||December 6, 2020||Conviction|
|Covid Risk||Delhi Govt||November 24, 2020||Letter to CM|
|Gang Crimes||RCS||November 11, 2020||Court Order|
|Illegal Construction||DDA||October 4, 2020||NHRC Notice|
|Crime and Corruption||RCS||September 17, 2020||Inspection Order|
|Covid Corruption||Delhi Govt||September 10, 2020||Reported|
|Human Rights||DDA / NHRC||September 8, 2020||Notice Issued|
|Criminal Acts||RCS||August 28, 2020||Notice Issued|
|Construction Accidents||Delhi Police||August 17, 2020||Report Filed|
|Corruption Scandal||RCS||August 3, 2020||Notice Issued|
|FAR Construction||DDA / Delhi Police||June 18, 2020||Court Case|
|Covid Connect||Delhi Govt||June 10, 2020||Free Service|
|Covid Crime||Home Secretary||May 25, 2020||Report Submitted|
|Dereliction of Duty||Chief Secretary||April 5, 2020||Report Submitted|
|Gang Crimes||Air India||March 18, 2020||Inquiry|
|Coronavirus||Delhi Govt||March 13, 2020||Report Ignored|
|Complicity in Crime||Delhi Govt||March 6, 2020||Reported|
|Legal Deception||Delhi Courts||February 16, 2020||Court Orders|
|Construction Crime||DDA||January 29, 2020||Notice Issued|
|New Law||Delhi Assembly||January 18, 2020||Draft Bill|
|Corruption||RCS / Air India||December 13, 2019||Inquiry|
|Unauthorized Construction||DDA||November 17, 2019||Court Order|
|Violent Vandalism||Delhi Police||October 30, 2019||No Action|
|Criminal Threats||Delhi Police||October 21, 2019||Reported|
|Corruption||RCS||October 10, 2019||Vigilance Inquiry|
|FAR Crime||RCS / DDA / DFS||September 17, 2019||Complaint Filed|
|Rampage by Goons||RCS||September 8, 2019||Notice Issued|
|Property Grabbing||Local Gang||September 1, 2019||Reported|
|Criminal Gang||Air India||August 26, 2019||Complaint to Minister|
|Illegal Construction||Housing Society||August 19, 2019||Reported|
|Corruption and Pollution||DDA||July 14, 2019||Protest by People|
|Construction Crime||Housing Society||July 8, 2019||Advisory|
|Fraud and Extortion||Housing Society||June 29, 2019||Investigation|
|FAR Crime||DDA, RCS, DFS, DUAC||June 12, 2019||Research Report|
|Contempt of Court||Housing Society||May 7, 2019||Legal Notice|
|Illegal Construction||DDA / RCS||April 24, 2019||Petition|
|Lawlessness||DDA / RCS||April 10, 2019||Court Order|
|Illegal FAR Project||Housing Society||March 31, 2019||Show Cause Notice|
|Bureaucratic Corruption||DDA / RCS||March 15, 2019||Vigilance Inquiry|
|Organized Crime||DDA, RCS, DFS, DUAC||February 11, 2019||Vigilance Inquiry|
|Corruption Inquiry||RCS||January 11, 2019||Inquiry Reopened|
|Construction Crime||Delhi Govt||December 14, 2018||No Action|
|Violation of RTI Act||Society MC / RCS||November 24, 2018||Pending|
|Defamation Case||Delhi Police||October 22, 2018||Show Cause Notice|
|Housing Fraud||RCS / Delhi Govt||October 4, 2018||Pending|
|Corruption Scandal||Delhi Assembly||September 15, 2018||Pending|
|Illegal Construction||DDA||September 11, 2018||Approval Review|
|Corruption Inquiry||DDA / RCS||September 1, 2018||Inquiry Blocked|
|Corruption and Fraud||Delhi Govt||August 19, 2018||Complicity in Crime|
|Illegal FAR Construction||DDA / RCS||August 3, 2018||Vigilance Inquiry|
|IAS Corruption||DDA / RCS||July 24, 2018||Delay in Action|
|Inquiry of IAS Officer||RCS||July 9, 2018||Inquiry Initiated|
|Illegal Surveillance||Delhi Police||July 2, 2018||Complaint Filed|
|Bureaucratic Corruption||RCS||June 11, 2018||Inquiry Expected|
|Complicity in Corruption||RCS||May 29, 2018||Case in Progress|
|Corruption in FAR||DDA||May 21, 2018||CVC Inquiry|
|Corruption and Fraud||RCS||May 19, 2018||Inquiry Delayed|
|Illegal Construction||Court Case||May 14, 2018||Construction Stopped|
|Corruption Inquiry||RCS / CVC||May 1, 2018||Pending|
|Risk of Fire||Fire Service / RCS||April 14, 2018||No Action|
|Labour Rights Abuse||Labour Court||March 13, 2018||Summons Issued|
|Obstruction of Justice||RCS||February 26, 2018||Illegal Obstruction|
|Financial Fraud||RCS / DDA||January 29, 2018||Inquiry Planned|
|Criminal Intimidation||Labour / Delhi Police||January 21, 2018||Notice Ignored|
|Corruption Inquiry||RCS||January 3, 2018||Notice Issued|
|Tree Offence||RCS / DDA||December 26, 2017||Notice Issued|
|Slavery Case||RCS / Labour||December 20, 2017||Inquiry|
|Blackmailing and Extortion||RCS||December 17, 2017||No Action|
|Corruption Notice||Society MC||December 10, 2017||Response Demanded|
|Human Rights||RCS / Delhi Police||May 15, 2017||Suppressed|
|UBBL Violation||DDA / RCS||August 30, 2017||No Action|
|Labour Exploitation||RCS / Labour Dept.||October 3, 2017||Notice Issued|
|Fraudulent Contract||RCS / DDA||October 16, 2017||Response from DDA|
|Illegal Construction||DDA / RCS||October 24, 2017||No Action|
|Illegal Car Parking||RCS / DFS||October 30, 2017||No Action|
|Corruption and Conspiracy||RCS||November 20, 2017||Reported|
Corruption Case Study
If you want to know how corrupt MC members of a housing society commit various crimes and circumvent the law because of Delhi government’s weakness in stopping crime and corruption, you can study the case of DPS Housing Society (DPS CGHS) in Dwarka.
As I am working alone for this entire project without any support, please bear with me if my response is delayed. You are requested to help me in this selfless endeavor.
Report Your Case
If you want me to report about your housing society, you may please click the following link to fill in an online form and to know the procedure.
Depending on this initial information, I will ask you to give me related documents. Then if you want, you can hold virtual meeting with me.
About Rakesh Raman
Rakesh Raman is a national award-winning journalist and founder of the humanitarian organization RMN Foundation. Besides working at senior editorial positions with leading media companies, he was writing an exclusive edit-page column regularly for The Financial Express (a daily business newspaper of The Indian Express Group).
Nowadays, for the past more than 10 years, he has been running his own global news services on multiple news sites covering subjects such as politics, technology, education, and entertainment. He also runs various environment protection, education awareness, and anti-corruption campaigns, and publishes research reports on different subjects.
He runs an exclusive information service on elections and politics in the U.S. Recently, he has also launched “Rural Resistance: Protests by Farmers” editorial section to cover the agricultural reforms and ongoing farmers’ protests in India.
He runs a community-driven anti-corruption social service “Clean House” to help the suffering residents of Delhi raise their voice against the growing corruption and injustice in housing societies where millions of people live. He has also formed an environment protection group called Green Group in Delhi.
He creates and distributes a number of digital publications on different subjects such as coronavirus, environment, agriculture, corruption and transparency, economic and political upheavals in different parts of the world.
He had set up and managed a free school for deserving children for 5 years during 2015-2019 to impart modern education to poor children at the J.J. Colony of Dwarka, Sector 3, New Delhi. Now, after the coronavirus containment, he is again planning to start such schools for poor and disadvantaged children.
He has been facing increasing threats including death threats for his editorial and anti-corruption work. Recently, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of India issued a notice to the Commissioner of Delhi Police to protect him and his rights as a journalist. However, the threats to him are increasing.
He had also been associated with the United Nations (UN) through the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) as a digital media expert to help businesses use technology for brand marketing and business development.
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