DPS Housing Society Corruption Case: Thank You Manish Sisodia

DPS Cooperative Group Housing Society in Dwarka, New Delhi

DPS Cooperative Group Housing Society in Dwarka, New Delhi

The DPS Housing Society matter is a visible case of corruption, lawlessness, criminal intimidation, besides intended human rights violation and environmental damage.

I thank the office / OSD of Mr. Manish Sisodia (Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi) who responded instantly today to my request and has directed the Registrar Cooperative Societies (RCS) of the Delhi government to look into the matter.

My today’s letter to Mr. Arvind Kejriwal and copy to Mr. Manish Sisodia is given below.


Mr. Arvind Kejriwal
The Chief Minister
Government of Delhi

Copy to: Mr. Manish Sisodia (Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi)

March 10, 2017

Dear Chief Minister,

Please let me introduce myself as a government’s National award-winning journalist and writer. Besides working at senior editorial positions with India’s leading media companies, I had been writing an edit-page column for The Financial Express newspaper. Nowadays, I’m running my own global news services on different subjects.

Among other top assignments, I had been associated with the United Nations (UN) through United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) as a digital media expert to help businesses use technology for brand marketing and business development.

I want to draw your attention toward the massive corruption and abuse of power that is happening at the DPS Group Housing Society in Dwarka, Sector 4, New Delhi.

Residents of the Society have been repeatedly complaining about it to the office of Registrar Co-op Societies (RCS), but they have failed to get relief from the high-handedness of different managing committees of the Society.

Although a new management committee (MC) has been appointed in February 2017, it is led by the old members only who are responsible for the social and financial chaos in the Society. Most new people are reluctant to become part of the MC because of the persisting financial and other irregularities in the Society.

So, mostly old MC members who are responsible for the mismanagement come again and again without holding complete election. They are supported by a large group of rogue members who even hijack the General Body Meetings (GBMs) to take illegal decisions. Obviously, they will continue their corrupt practices.

Although the RCS office had ordered an enquiry in this case under the directions from the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) of India, it could not get completed for unknown reasons. The old CVC-directed enquiry must be reopened along with the enquiry into the ongoing malpractices of the past and present management committees (MCs).

I have briefly explained the DPS case (along with relevant documents) in a report published on my news site. I request you to go through it and hold an independent inquiry in this case so that the honest people of the Society could live in a peaceful environment.

I also request you to suspend the current MC and appoint a government administrator until the inquiry is complete.

I request you for an early and positive response on my email, letting me know the action being taken at your end. The related weblink is given below.

[ Humanitarian Crisis Persists at DPS Housing Society in Delhi ]

DPS report link: http://www.ramanmedianetwork.com/humanitarian-crisis-persists-at-dps-housing-society-in-delhi/


Rakesh Raman
463, DPS Apts., Plot No. 16
Sector 4, Dwarka, Phase I
New Delhi 110 078, INDIA

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