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jftLVªh laö Mhö ,yö&33004@99 REGD. NO. D. L.-33004/99 vlk/kj.k EXTRAORDINARY Hkkx III—[k.M 4 PART III—Section 4 izkf/dkj ls izdkf'kr PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY la- 284] ubZ fnYyh] c`gLifrokj]] vDrwcj 31] 2013@dk£rd 9] 1935 No. 284] NEW DELHI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2013/KARTIKA 9, 1935 Hkkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ vf/klwpuk ubZ fnYyh] 28 flrEcj] 2013 fof/kd f’k{kk fu;e] 2008 ds [kaM 28] vuqlwph&3] fu;e&11 ds laca/k esa fjiksVZ ladYi la- 231@2013-&&Hkkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ us ladYi la0 182@2013 }kjk fof/kd f’k{kk fu;e] 2008 ds [kaM 28] vuqlph&3] fu;e&11 ds lac/k esa ekuuh; lnL; Jh ,l- izckdju }kjk izLrqr fjiksVZ dks Lohdkj dj fy;k gSA w a bl lac/k esa Hkkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ ds ladYi ds lkFk rkjh[k 28-07-2013 dh fjiksVZ dh izfr izkf/kdkjh }kjk a izdkf’kr ^^vlk/kkj.k] Hkkx&III] [kaM 4] la- 251] ubZ fnYyh] 'kfuokj] flrEcj] 28] 2013** }kjk Hkkjr ds jkti= esa izdkf’kr dj nh xbZ gSA rRi’pkr] ekuuh; lnL; us dqN la’kks/ku fd, gSa vkSj bl fjiksVZ ds igys i`"B dh rhu iafDr;ksa dks gVk;k gSA mUgksus fjiksVZ ds igys i`"B ds iSjk&3 esa ^^,dy iafDr** ds LFkku ij ^^ykbekbZu** 'kCn izfrLFkkfir fd;k gS vkSj a mUgksus vkxs rhu iafDr;ksa dks gVk fn;k gS ftUgsa uhps m)`r fd;k x;k gS% a ^^;|fi ekuuh; mPpre U;k;ky; us eækl mPp U;k;ky; }kjk ikfjr vkns’k dks pqukSfr nsus okys ;kph }kjk Qkby dh xbZ fjV ;kfpdkvkas dks [kkfjt dj fn;k gS ijUrq ekuuh; mPpre U;k;ky; us dksbZ vk[;kid vkns’k ikfjr ugha fd;k gSA** Hkkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ us] fof/kd f’k{kk fu;e] 2008 ds [kaM 28] vuqlph&3] fu;e&11 ds lac/k esa ekuuh; lnL; w a Jh ,l0 izckdju }kjk izLrqr rkjh[k 28-09-2013 dh mikarfjr fjiksVZ ij rkjh[k 29 flrEcj] 2013 dks gqbZ cSBd esa en la0 331@2013 ds rgr fopkj fd;k vkSj fuEufyf[kr ladYi ikfjr fd;k%& ladYi la- 231@2013 ifj"kn~ us lfpo ds fVIi.k vkSj fof/kd f’k{kk fu;e] 2008 ds [kaM 28] vuqlwph&3] fu;e&11 ds laca/k esa ekuuh; lnL; Jh ,l0 izckdju }kjk izLrqr mikarfjr fjiksVZ ij fopkj fd;k gSA ekuuh; lnL; Jh ,lizckdju }kjk izLrqr mikarfjr fjiksVZ dks Lohdkj dj fy;k gS vkSj dk;kZy; dks funs’k fn;k gS fd ;g mikarfjr fjiksVZ Hkkjr ds jkti= esa izdkf’kr dh tk,A ladYi ds lkFk rkjh[k 28-07-2013 dh iwoZrj fjiksVZ 4603 GI/2013 (1)

2 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4] ftls Hkkjr ds jkti= ^^vlk/kkj.k] Hkkx&III] [kaM 4] la- 251] ubZ fnYyh] 'kfuokj] flrEcj] 28] 2013** esa izdkf’kr fd;k x;k Fkk] okil yh tkrh gSA mikarfjr fjiksVZ rkjh[k 28-09-2013 uhps nh xbZ gS% egksn;] fof/kd f'k{kk fu;e] 2008 ds vuqlkj] [kaM 28 ¼fof/k ikBÓØe esa ços'k ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q ds lac/k esa fof/kd a f'k{kk fu;e½ d¨ fofÒUu mPp U;k;ky;¨a ds le{k pqu©rh nh xà gS ftuesa U;k;ky;¨a }kjk ços'k ysus ds fy, varfje vkns'k fn, x, gSa v©j mUgsa mPp U;k;ky; ds le{k Qkby fd;k x;k gS v©j Vh- ih- d¨ Vh- lh- ls vuqKkr fd;k x;k gS Çdrq ;g vÒh Òh yafcr gS A rkehy iwjh ugÈ gqà gS D;¨afd çR;ÆFk;¨a ds irs ugÈ feys Fks A bls ifj"kn~ ds le{k j[kk x;k gS ftlus muds uke jk"Vªh; lekpkj i= esa çdkf'kr djus dk fofu'p; fd;k gS A çdk'ku dk O;; cgqr vf/kd gS A blh n©jku] eækl mPp U;k;ky; us ,e- lar¨"k ,aV¨uh ojhn ¼fjV ;kfpdk la- 14877@2009½ ds ekeys esa ,d foLr`r vkns'k fn;k gS v©j O;fFkr ;kph us mPpre U;k;ky; ds le{k mDr vkns'k ds fo#) fo'ks"k btktr ;kfpdk la13846@2010 Qkby dh Fkh v©j mPpre U;k;ky; us ykbekbZu esa mls [kkfjt dj fn;k gS A rkjh[k 11-03-2013 dk vkns'k fuEukuqlkj gS :– “dkmalsy d¨ lqus tkus ij] U;k;ky; us fuEufyf[kr vkns'k fd;k :– [kkfjt” A oSls gh ,d ekeys es]a vafdr Òkj}kt cuke Òkjrh; fof/K ifj"kn~ 12528@2011 es]a iatkc v©j gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; us fuEukuqlkj gekjs fu;e d¨ vikLr dj fn;k gS :– “ge ;g ekurs gSa fd bu fu;e¨a ds lkFk layXu vuqlph 3 ds [kaM 28 ds mica/k Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ dh w fo/kk;h l{kerk ls ijs gSa A [kaM 28] vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 7¼1½¼t½ v©j ¼>½] 24 ¼1½¼x½¼iii½ v©j ¼iiid½ ;k /kkjk 49¼1½¼dp½] ¼dN½ v©j ¼Ä½ ds mica/k¨a ds vf/kdkjkrhr gS A oSls Òh] fu;e euekuk gS D;¨afd ;g fof/k ikBÓØe¨a esa ços'k ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q fofgr djds fo|kÆFk;¨a ds ,d oxZ d¨ n¨ —f=e v©j vlaxr ox¨± esa foÒkftr djds ,d i{kikriw.kZ oxhZdj.k dh 'kq#vkr djrk gS A mij¨Dr ppkZ ds ifj.kkeLo:i] fjV ;kfpdk,a vuqKkr dh tkrh gSa A ,sls ;kph] ftUgsa varfje vkns'k ds vk/kkj ij ços'k fn;k x;k gS] pyrs jgsxs v©j mudk ços'k a ml vk/kkj ij jÌ ugÈ fd;k tkuk pkfg, fd os vf/kdre vk;q ds ekunaM d¨ iwjk djrs Fks A” uhps fn, x, ekey¨a esa oSlk gh vkns'k ekuuh; U;k;ky; }kjk ikfjr fd;k x;k gS:– 1- furu xqIrk cuke Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ 5258@2010 ( 2- jktu 'kekZ cuke Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ 20966@2010 ( 3- tud jkt cuke Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ 12097@2009 ( v©j 4- ysf¶VusV duZy ¼lsokfuo`Ÿk½ gjftUæj Çlg cuke iatkc v©j gfj;k.kk jkT; 11947@2009 a ch- ,M-]lh- ,- lh- ,l- v©j ,e- ch- ,- tSls vU; O;olkf;d ikBÓØe g¨rs gS]a O;olkf;d ikBÓØe¨a esa ços'k ysus dh Åijh vk;q lhek ugÈ g¨rh gS] ;gka rd fd fpfdRlk ikBÓØe¨a esa dqN jkT;¨a esa Åijh vk;q lhek ugÈ gS A ços'k ysus dh vk;q dk çfrca/k ewy vf/kdkj Òkjr ds lafo/kku ds vuqPNsn 19 dk mYyaÄu djrk gS A vuqPNsn 19 ¼1½¼N½ çR;sd ukxfjd d¨ d¨Ã o`fŸk] mithfodk] O;kikj ;k dkjckj djus dk ewy vf/kdkj çnku djrk gS A gky gh es]a ekuuh; mPpre U;k;ky; us ;g vfÒfu/kkZfjr fd;k gS fd ,e-lh-vkÃ- ¼Òkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn~½ }kjk çLrkfor ,e-ch-ch-,l- v©j ch-Mh-,l- ikBÓØe es ços'k ds fy, jk"Vªh; ik=rk&lg&ços'k ijh{kk vuqPNsn 19¼1½¼N½ dk mYyaÄu Fkk A vfookfnr rF; ;s gSa fd Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e] 1961 ¼la{ksi esa ‘vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e’½ dh /kkjk 4 ds v/khu xfBr ,d dkuwuh fudk; gS A ;g fof/kd f'k{kk rFkk vf/koDrk ds :i esa ços'k ds fy, fof/k esa fMXkzh dh ekU;rk ds ekud vf/kdfFkr djus ds fy, l{ke gS A vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 7 Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ ds mu —R;¨a d¨ vf/kdfFkr djrh gS ftuds varxZr fof/kd f'k{kk dk lao/kZu djuk rFkk Òkjr esa fo'ofo|ky;¨a rFkk jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn¨a ds lkFk ijke'kZ djds ,slh f'k{kk ds ekud¨a d¨ vf/kdfFkr djuk vkrk gS A vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 15 v©j /kkjk 49 vius lÒh —R;¨a d¨ djus ds fy, fu;e cukus ds fy, Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ d¨ l'kDr djrh gS A 14-09-2008 d¨] Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ us ladYi la- 110@2008 ikfjr fd;k v©j fu;e cuk, Fks A ewy :i ls fu;e fof/kd f'k{kk v©j vf/koDrk ds :i esa vH;kos'ku ds ç;¨tu ds fy, fof/k esa mikf/k dh ekU;rk ds ekud rFkk vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 7¼1½ ¼t½ v©j ¼>½] /kkjk 24 ¼1½¼x½¼iii½ v©j ¼iiid½ /kkjk 49 ¼1½ ¼dp½ ¼dN½ v©j ¼Ä½ eas v/khu fof/k esa mldh mikf/k d¨ ekU;rk nsus ds fy, fo'ofo|ky;¨a ds fujh{k.k ds ekud fofgr djus ds fy, cuk, x, Fks A

  • ¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 3 ‘bu fu;e¨a’ ds lkFk layXu vuqlph 3 fdlh Òkjrh; fo'ofo|ky; ls lgc)rk okys fof/k ikBÓØe¨a ds pykus ds w fy, vuqKk ykxw djus ds laca/k esa fdlh fof/kd f'k{kk dsæ esa visf{kr U;wure volajpukRed lqfo/kkv¨a d¨ fofgr djrh a gS A vuqlph 3 dk [kaM 28 ços'k ds lac/k esa vk;q ls lacf/kr gS v©j 3 o"khZ; v©j 5 o"khZ; fof/k ikBÓØe¨a eas ços'k ds fy, w a a vk;q lhek fu;r djrk gS A [kaM fuEuor :i esa gS :– “28- ços'k ikus ds fy, vk;q & ¼d½ bl fufeŸk fdlh fo'ofo|ky; }kjk vuqcf/kr 'krZ rFkk visf{kr o`fŸkd çfrc)rk dh mPp fMXkzh ds a v/khu jgrs gq,] ,dh—r cspyj vkWQ ykW fMXkzh ç¨Xkzke fo/kk esa ços'k ikus ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q lkekU; çoxZ s ds vkosnd¨a dh n'kk esa bDdhl o"kZ rd v©j vuqlfpr tkfr;¨a rFkk vuqlfpr tutkfr;¨a v©j vU; fiNM+s w w leqnk;¨a ds vkosnd¨a dh n'kk esa ckÃl o"kZ rd lhfer gS A ¼[k½ fdlh fo'ofo|ky; }kjk vuqcf/kr 'krZ rFkk foyac ls fof/kd f'k{kk çkIr djus okys vkosnd¨a dh a lk/kkj.k lkekftd ifjos'k ds v/khu jgrs gq, fof/k esa f=o"khZ; cspyj fMXkzh dh fo/kk esa ços'k çkIr djus ds fy, s vf/kdre vk;q rhl o"kZ rd lhfer gS ftlesa fo'ofo|ky; d¨ vf/kdkj gS fd og vuqlfpr tkfr;¨a ;k w vuqlfpr tutkfr;¨a ;k fdlh vU; fiNM+s leqnk; ds vkosnd ds fy, v©j ikap o"kZ dh NwV ns ldrk gS A w [kaM 28¼d½ dk ek= ifj'khyu ;g n'kkZrk gS fd ,dh—r cspyj vkWQ ykW fMXkzh ç¨Xkzke ¼t¨ 5 o"kZ dh vof/k dk gS½ s dh fo/kk esa ços'k ikus ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q lkekU; çoxZ ds vkosnd¨a dh n'kk esa 20 o"kZ rd rFkk vuqlfpr tkfr;¨a] w vuqlfpr tutkfr;¨a rFkk vU; fiNM+s leqnk;¨a ds vH;ÆFk;¨a dh n'kk esa 22 o"kZ rd lhfer gS A blh çdkj] [kaM 28¼[k½ w lkekU; çoxZ ds vkosnd¨a ds lac/k esa 30 o"kZ dh lhek d¨ fof/k esa rhu o"khZ; cspyj fMXkzh ikBÓØe esa ços'k ysus ds fy, a vf/kdre vk;q lhek ds :i esa fofgr djrk gS A rFkkfi] vuqlfpr tkfr;¨a] vuqlfpr tutkfr;¨a rFkk vU; fiNM+s leqnk;¨a w w ds vkosnd¨a dh n'kk es]a lac) fo'ofo|ky; d¨ 5 o"kZ dh NwV nsus dk vf/kdkj gS A ç'u ;g mRiUu g¨rk gS fd D;k Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ 45 o"kZ dh vf/kd vk;q ds fdlh O;fDr d¨ ,d vf/koDrk ds :i esa vH;kos'ku ls oÆtr djus okys fu;e d¨ cukus ds fy, l{ke gS] bl ij Òkjrh; fof/kd lgk;rk rFkk lykg ifj"kn~ v©j vU; cuke Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ rFkk vU; ¼1995½ 1] ,l- lh- lh- 732 ds ekeys esa ekuuh; mPpre U;k;ky; }kjk fopkj fd;k x;k Fkk A fu.kZ; ds iSjk 9 es]a ekuuh; mPpre U;k;ky; ds egkefge }kjk ;g vfÒfu/kkZfjr fd;k gS fd ,slk d¨Ã fu;e] t¨ iwoZ vH;kos'ku çØe ij ykxw g¨rk gS] vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 49 ¼1½ ds [kaM ¼dt½ ls jf{kr ugÈ g¨ ldrk A fu.kZ; dk iSjk 8 t¨ bl eqÌs ls lacf/kr gS] fuEukuqlkj gS :– a “8- u;k t¨M+k x;k fu;e mu O;fDr;¨a ds ços'k d¨ oÆtr djus ds fy, gS ftUg¨aus lac) jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn~ }kjk ml :i esa vH;kosf'kr g¨us ls ,d vf/koDrk ds :i esa vH;kos'ku ds fy, vkosnu dh rkjh[k d¨ 45 o"kZ dh vk;q iwjh dj yh gS tcfd vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 24 iw.kZ bDdhl o"kZ ds :i esa vH;kos'ku ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q fofgr djrh gS] vf/kfu;e esa ,slk d¨Ã mica/k ugÈ gS ftls O;olk; esa ços'k djus ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q fofgr djus ds fy, dgk tk ldrk gS A pwfd vf/kfu;e bl ç'u ij ewd gS] Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ ls vis{kk dh xà Fkh fd og viuh fu;e a cukus dh 'kfDr dk vkJ; ys A vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 49¼1½ ds v/khu Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ }kjk cuk, x, fu;e lkr Òkx¨a esa gS]a çR;sd Òkx esa mlds vius vè;k; gSa A Òkx & 6 dk 'kh"kZd “vf/koDrkv¨a d¨ 'kkflr djus okys fu;e” gS v©j mDr Òkx esa rhu vè;k; gSa A vè;k; & 1 esa T;s"B vf/koDrkv¨a ij fuc±/ku ds ckjs esa mYys[k gSa v©j vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 16¼3½ rFkk 49¼1½¼N½ ls lacf/kr gS A vè;k; & 2 o`fŸkd vkpj.k rFkk f'k"Vkpkj ds ekud¨a d¨ vf/kdfFkr a djrk gS v©j ijarqd ds lkFk ifBr /kkjk 49¼1½¼x½ ls lacf/kr gS rFkk vè;k;&3 “O;olk; djus ds vf/kdkj dh 'krs± ” a ls lacf/kr gS v©j vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 49 dh mi-/kkjk ¼1½ ds [kaM ¼dt½ ds v/khu 'kfDr dk ç;¨x djrs gq, cuk;k a tkuk dfFkr gS A ;g [kaM fuEukuqlkj gS :– “¼dt½ os 'krs± ftuds v/khu jgrs gq, fdlh vf/koDrk d¨ O;olk; djus dk vf/kdkj g¨xk v©j os ifjfLFkfr;ka ftuesa d¨Ã O;fDr fdlh U;k;ky; esa vf/koDrk ds :i esa O;olk; djus ds fy, le>k tk,xk (” mDr [kaM dh Li"V Òk"kk ls gesa ;g lkQ fn[kkà nsrk gS fd mDr mica/k ds v/khu Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ ,slh “'krs±” vf/kdfFkr dj ldrh gS ftuds v/khu jgrs gq, “fdlh vf/koDrk” d¨ O;olk; djus dk vf/kdkj g¨xk A ;s 'krs± ftUgsa Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ vf/kdfFkr dj ldrh gS A fdlh vf/koDrk vFkkZr~ fdlh ,sls O;fDr d¨ ykxw g¨rh gS t¨ lac) jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn~ }kjk vf/koDrk ds :i esa igys gh vH;kosf'kr fd;k tk pqdk gS A os 'krs± ftUgsa fofgr fd;k tk ldrk gS] i'p vH;kos'ku çØe ij vo'; ykxw g¨uh pkfg,a A pwfd muls ;g çR;k'kk dh tkrh gS fd os a O;olk; ds vf/kdkj ls lacf/kr gSa A vr%] os iwoZ vH;kos'ku çØe ij ykxw ugÈ g¨ ldrÈ A bl vk{ksfir fu;e ds a vuqlkj] mu O;fDr;¨a dk ços'k ftUg¨aus vH;kos'ku ds fy, vkosnu dh rkjh[k d¨ 45 o"kZ iwjs dj fy, gS]a oÆtr fd;k tkuk ÃfIlr gSA ;g fu;e iwoZ vH;kos'ku çØe ij Li"Vr;k ykxw g¨rk gS v©j bl çdkj vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 49¼1½ ds [kaM ¼dt½ ls jf{kr ugÈ g¨ ldrk A mDr [kaM ds v/khu fdlh vf/koDrk d¨] mlds O;olk; djus ds vf/kdkj ds lac/k es]a ykxw 'krs± vf/kdfFkr dh tk ldrh gSa v©j ;fn vf/kdfFkr dj nh tkrh gSa r¨ mls bu 'kr¨± ds v/khu a jgrs gq, viuk vf/kdkj dk ç;¨x djuk pkfg, A ijarq mDr [kaM dh Òk"kk O;olk; esa ços'k djus dh 'krs± vf/kdfFkr djus ds ckjs esa vuqKk ugÈ nsrh gS A vr%] bl fu"d"kZ ij igqpus esa d¨Ã fgpfdpkgV ugÈ gS fd vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk a 49¼1½ dk [kaM ¼dt½ mu O;fDr;¨a d¨ oÆtr djus okyk fu;e cukus ds fy, Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ d¨ l'kDr ugÈ
  • 4 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4] djrk ftUg¨aus ,d vf/koDrk ds :i esa vH;kos'ku dh rkjh[k ls vk;q ds 45 o"kZ iwjs dj fy, gSa A vr% vk{ksfir fu;e mDr mica/k dk vf/kdkjkrhr gS A” bu fu;e¨a ls layXu vuqlph&3 esa vkus okys ços'k ysus ds fy, vk;q ls lacf/kr vk{ksfir [kaM 28 vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e w a dh /kkjk 7¼1½¼t½ v©j ¼>½ rFkk 24¼1½¼x½¼iii½ v©j ¼iiid½] /kkjk 49¼1½¼dp½] ¼dN½ v©j ¼Ä½ ds v/khu cuk;k x;k gS A vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 7 Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ ds —R; ls lacf/kr gS v©j [kaM 7¼1½¼t½ rFkk ¼N½ dsoy Òkjrh; a fof/kK ifj"kn~ ds ,sls —R;¨a ls lacf/kr gS ftudk mÌs'; ,slh f'k{kk çnku djus okys Òkjr esa fo'ofo|ky;¨a ds lkFk ijke'kZ a djds fof/kd f'k{kk d¨ laoÆ/kr djuk rFkk ,slh f'k{kk ds ekud vf/kdfFkr djuk v©j mu fo'ofo|ky;¨a d¨ ekU;rk nsuk ftudh fof/k esa fMXkzh vf/koDrk ds :i esa vH;kos'ku ds fy, vgZrk g¨xh A vr%] ;g [kaM ,y,y-ch- ikBÓØe esa ços'k ysus ds fy, vk;q lac/kh [kaM 28 tSls fu;e¨a esa mica/k¨a d¨ lekfo"V djus ds fy, Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ d¨ l'kDr ugÈ a cuk,xk A blh çdkj] /kkjk 24¼1½¼x½ dk lac/k ,sls O;fDr ls gS ftls jkT; iaftdk ij vf/koDrk ds :i esa ços'k fn;k tk a lds A bls ços'k ysus ds fy, vk;q ls dqN ysuk nsuk ugÈ gS v©j mldk ;g vFkZ ugÈ yxk;k tk ldrk gS fd og ,y,ych- ikap o"khZ; ikBÓØe ;k ,y,y-ch- rhu o"khZ; ikBÓØe esa ços'k ds ç;¨tu¨a ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q fofgr djus ds fy, Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ d¨ 'kfDr çnku djrk gS A eSa ;g ikrk gwa fd bu fu;e¨a ls layXu vuqlph&3 ds [kaM 28 ds mica/k Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ dh fo/kk;h l{kerk w ls ijs gSa A [kaM 28 vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e dh /kkjk 7¼1½¼t½ v©j ¼>½ rFkk 24¼1½¼x½¼iii½ v©j ¼iiid½ ;k /kkjk 49¼1½¼dp½]¼dN½ rFkk ¼N½ ds mica/k¨a ds vf/kdkjkrhr gSA oSls Òh] fu;e euekuk gS D;¨afd ;g fof/k ikBÓØe¨a esa ços'k ds fy, vf/kdre vk;q lhek fofgr djds Nk= ds ,d oxZ d¨ n¨ —f=e v©j vlaxr ox¨± esa foÒkftr djds i{kikr oxhZdj.k dh 'kq#vkr djrk gS A dqN O;fDr;¨a us] r¨ 40 ;k 45 o"kZ ls vf/kd vk;q iwjh djus ds i'pkr~ Òh fMXkzh d¨ iwjk fd;k v©j vusd jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn¨a esa vH;kosf'kr djok;k gS v©j muesa ls cgqr ls O;fDr vf[ky Òkjrh; fof/kK ijh{kk esa cSBs v©j O;olk; çek.ki= vfÒçkIr fd;k A ,slh ifjfLFkfr;¨a es]a mij¨Dr fu;e esa cgqr vf/kd lafnX/krk v©j fof/kd f'k{kk fu;e] 2008 ¼la{ksi es]a ‘fu;e’½] t¨ Òkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn~ }kjk cuk;k x;k gS] ls layXu vuqlph&3 ds [kaM 28 d¨ gVkuk vf/kdkjkrhr] w vlkafo/kkfud rFkk euekuk gS] v©j blds vfrfjDr] [kaM 28 iw.kZ :i ls u dsoy ewy vf/kdkj¨a dk mYyaÄu gS cfYd uSlÆxd U;k; ds fl)kar dk Òh mYyaÄu gS A lE;d~ fopkj&foe'kZ ds i'pkr~ cgqr jkT;¨a ds o`grj fgr es]a ;s jk; cuh gS] fof/kd f'k{kk fu;e] 2008 dk fu;e 11 [kaM 28] vuqlph & 3 vf/kdkjkrhr gS] vlkafo/kkfud rFkk U;k; dk uSlÆxd fl)kar ds fo#) gS] ,slh ifjfLFkfr;¨a es]a w O;kid igyw v©j iwo¨ZDr dkj.k¨a d¨ è;ku esa j[krs gq, fof/kd f'k{kk fu;e] 2008 ds mDr fu;e 11] vuqlph 3] [kaM 28 d¨ w blds }kjk okil fy;k tkrk gS A ts- vkj- ’kekZ] lfpo [foKkiu III@4@vlk/kkj.k@96@13] BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 28th September, 2013 Report regarding Clause-28, Schedule- III, Rule-11 of the Rules of Legal Education-2008. Resolation No. 231/2013.—The Bar Council of India vide Resolution No. 182/2013 accepted the report submitted by the Hon’ble Member, Mr. S. Prabakaran in regard to Clause 28, Schedule-III, Rule-11 of the Rules of Legal Education-2008. A copy of report dated 28. 7. 2013 along with Resolution of the Bar Council of India in this regard has been published in the Gazette of India vide “Extraordinary, Part-III, Section-4, Published by Authority, No. 251, New Delhi, Saturday, September 28, 2013. Thereafter Hon’ble Member has made few corrections and deleted three lines of the first page of this report: He has substituted “limine”, word in place of “single line” in the report in Para-3 of first page and he has further deleted three lines which are reproduced below : “The Hon’ble Supreme Court although dismissed the writ petitions filled by the petitioner challenging the order passed by Madras High Court, but, Hon’ble Supreme Court has not passed any speaking order.” The Bar Council of India at its Meeting held on 29th September, 2013 vide item No. 331/2013 considered the modified report dated 28.9.2013 submitted by Hon’ble Member, Mr. S. Prabakaran in regard to Clause-28, Schedule-III, Rule-11 of the Rules of Legal Education-2008 and passed the following Resolution :—

    ¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 5 Resolution No. 231/2013 Council has considered the Secretary’s Note as well as modified report submitted by the Hon’ble Member, Mr. S. Prabakaran in regard to Clause-28, Schedule-III, Rule-11 of the Rules of Legal Education-2008. The modified report submitted by Hon’ble Member, Mr. S. Prabakaran is accepted and office is directed that this modified report be Gazetted in Gazette of India. Earlier report dated 28.7.2013 along with resolution which was published in Gazette of India vide: Extraordinary Part-III, Section 4, September 28, 2013 stands withdrawn. The modified report dated 28.9.2013 is given hereunder :— Sir, As per Legal Education Rules-2008, Clause-28 (Rule of the Legal Education Rules regarding maximum age for admission into law courses) has been challenged before various High Courts wherein interim order to take admissions has been given by the Courts and the same has been filed before the Supreme Court and the T. P. had been allowed as T. C. But it is still pending. The service has not been completed because the Respondents’ addresses were not found. The same had been placed before the Council which decided to publish their names in the National Newspaper. In the publication, expenditure is too high. In the meanwhile, the Madras High Court has given a detailed order in the matter of M. Santosh Antony Vareed (W. P. No. 14877/2009) and the aggrieved petitioner had filed the SLP No.13846/2010 against the said order before the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court has dismissed in limine. The order dated 11.03.2013 :— “Upon hearing council, the court made the following Order: - Dismissed.” In a similar matter, in Ankit Bhardwaj Vs. Bar Council of India 12528/2011. Punjab and Haryana High Court has set aside our rule as follows: “We find that the provisions of Clause-28 of Schedule-III appended to the Rules are beyond the legislative competence of the Bar Council of India. Clause-28 ultra vires the provisions of Section 7(1)(h) and (i), 24(1)(c)(iii) and (iiia) or Section 49(1)(af), (ag) and (d) of the Advocates Act. Even otherwise, the Rule is arbitrary as it introduces and invidious classification by dividing one Class of student into two artificial and irrational classes by prescribing the maximum age for admission to law courses. As a sequel to the above discussion, the writ petitions are allowed. The petitioners who have been admitted on the basis of the interim order would continue and their admission should not be cancelled on the ground that they did not fulfil the criteria of maximum age.” Similar order has been passed by the Hon’ble Court in the matters below :— 1. 2. 3. 4. Nittan Gupta Vs. Bar Council of India 5258/2010; Rajan Sharma Vs. Bar Council of India 20966/2010; Janaka Raj Vs. Bar Council of India 12097/2009; and Lt. Col. (Retd.) Harjinder Singh Vs. State of Punjab and Haryana 11947/2009. There are other professional courses such as B. Ed., C. A., C. S. and M. B. A., there is no upper age limit to take admission in the professional courses even in the medical courses some of the states do not have upper age limit. Restriction of the age to take admission violates the fundamental right, Article-19 of the Constitution of India. Article-19(1)(g) give fundamental right to every citizen to practice any profession or to carry on any occupation, trade or business. Recently, the Hon’ble Supreme Court held that National Eligibility-cum-entrance Test for admission to M. B. B. S. And B. D. S. Course proposed by MCI was in contravention of Article-19(1)(g). The undisputed facts are that the Bar Council of India is a statutory body constituted under Section-4 of the Advocates Act, 1961 (for brevity, ‘the Advocates Act’). It is competent to lay down the standards of legal education and recognition of the degree in law for admission as an advocate. Section-7 of the Advocates Act lays down the functions of the Bar Council of India which includes Promotion of legal education and to lay down standards of such education in consultation with the Universities in India and the State Bar Councils. Sections 15 and 49 of the Advocates Act further empower the Bar Council of India to frame rules for carrying out all its functions. On 14.09.2008, the Bar Council of India passed Resolution No. 110/2008 and formulated ‘the Rules’. The Rules have been basically formulated to prescribe the standards of legal education and recognition of degrees in law for the

    6 THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART III—SEC. 4] purpose of enrolment as advocate and inspection of Universities for recognizing its degree in law under Section 7(1)(h) and (i), 24(1)(c)(iii) and (iiia), 49(1)(af), (ag) and (d) of the Advocates Act. Schedule-III appended to ‘the rules’ prescribes the minimum infrastructural facilities required in a Centre of Legal Education for applying permission to run law courses with affiliation from an Indian University Clause-28 of Schedule-III relates to age on admission and stipulates the age limit for admission in 3 year and 5 year law courses. It reads as under :— “28. Age on admission :— (a) Subject to the condition stipulated by a University on this behalf and the high degree of professional commitment required, the maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of integrated Bachelor of law degree programmes is limited to twenty years in case of general category of applicants and to twenty two years in case of applicants from SC, ST and other Backward communities. (b) Subject to the condition stipulated by a University, and the general social condition of the applicants seeking legal education belatedly, the maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of Three year Bachelor Degree Course in Law, is limited to thirty years with right of the University to give concession of 5 further year for the applicant belonging to SC or ST or any other Backward Community.” A bare perusal of Clause-28(a) shows that the maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of integrated Bachelor of Law degree programme (which is of 5 years duration) the age has been limited to 20 years in case of General category applicants and 22 years in case of applicants belonging to SC, ST and Other Backward Communities. Similarly, Clause-28(b) prescribes a cap of 30 years in respect of General category applicants as the maximum age limit for seeking admission into a 3 years Bachelor Degree Course in Law. However, in the case of SC, ST and Other Backward Community applicants, the concerned University has the right to give a concession of 5 years. The question arises, as to whether the Bar Council of India is competent to frame the Rule barring a person above the age of 45 years from enrolment as an Advocate was considered by Hon’ble the Supreme Court in the case of Indian Council of Legal Aid and advice and others Vs. Bar Council of India and another (1995) 1 SCC 732. In Para 9 of the Judgement, it has been held by their Lordships of Hon’ble the Supreme Court that a Rule which operates at pre-enrolment stage cannot receive the shelter of Clause (ah) of Section 49(1) of the Advocates Act. Para-8 of the Judgement which deals with the issue reads as under:— “8. The newly added rule seeks to bar the entry of persons who have completed the age of 45 years on the date of application for enrolment as an advocate from being enrolled as such by the State Bar Council concerned. While Section-24 of the Act prescribes the minimum age for enrolment as twenty-one years complete, there is no provision in the act which can be said to prescribe the maximum age for entry into the profession. Since the Act is silent on this point the Bar Council of India was required to resort to its rule-making power. The rules made by the Bar Council of India under Section 49(1) of the Act are in seven parts, each part having its own chapters. Part-VI is entitled “rules governing Advocates” and the said part has three chapters. ChapterI sets out the restrictions on senior advocates and is relatable to Sections 16(3) and 49(1)(g) of the Act, Chapter-II lays down the standards of professional conduct and etiquette and is relatable to Section 49(1)(c) read with the proviso thereto and Chapter-III deals with “Conditions for right to practice” and is stated to be made in exercise of power under clause (ah) of sub-section (1) of Section-49 of the Act. That clause reads as under :— “(ah) the conditions subject to which an advocate shall have the right to practice and the circumstances under which a person shall be deemed to practice as an advocate in a court;” On the plain language of the said clause it seems clear to us that under the said provision the Bar Council of India can lay down the ‘conditions’ subject to which “an advocate” shall have the right to practice. These conditions which the Bar Council of India can lay down are applicable to an advocate i.e. a person who has already been enrolled as an advocate by the State Bar council concerned. The conditions which can be prescribed must apply at the post-enrolment stage since they are expected to relate to the right to practice. They can, therefore, not operate at the pre-enrolment stage. By the impugned rule, the entry of those who have completed 45 years at the date of application for enrolment is sought to be barred. The rule clearly operates at the pre-enrolment stage and cannot, therefore, receive the shelter of clause (ah) of Section-49(1) of the Act. Under the said clause conditions applicable to an advocate touching his right to practice cab be laid down, and if laid down he must exercise his right subject to those conditions. But the language of the said clause does not permit laying down of conditions for entry into the profession. We have, therefore, no hesitation in coming to the conclusion that clause (ah) of Section 49(1) of the Act does not empower the Bar Council of India to frame a rule barring persons who have completed 45 years of age from the date of enrolment as an advocate. The impugned rule is, therefore, ultra vires the said provision.”

    ¹Hkkx IIIµ[k.M 4º Hkkjr dk jkti=k % vlk/kj.k 7 The impugned Clause-28 dealing with the age on admission occurring in Schedule-III appended to the Rules have been framed under Section –7(1)(h) and (i) and 24(1)(c)(iii) and (iiia), 49(1)(af), (ag) and (d) of the Advocates Act. Section-7 of the Advocates Act deals with the function of the Bar Council of India and Clause-7(1)(h) and (i) only deals with such functions of the bar Council of India, which are aimed at promoting to legal education and to lay down standards of such education in consultation with the Universities in India imparting such education and to recognize the Universities whose degree in law shall be a qualification for enrolment as an Advocate. Therefore, this clause would not arm the Bar Council of India to incorporate the provisions in the Rules like Clause-28 concerning the age on admission to LL.B. Course. Likewise, Section-24(1)(c) deals with person who may be admitted as an Advocate on a State Roll. It has got nothing to do with the age on admission and cannot be construed to have conferred power on the Bar Council of India to prescribe the maximum age for the purposes of admission to LL.B. five years’ Course or LL.B. three years’ Course. I find that the provisions of Clause-28 of Schedule-III appended to the Rules are beyond the legislative competence of the Bar Council of India. Clause-28 ultra vires the provision of Section 7(1)(h) and (i) and 24(1)(c)(iii) and (iiia) or Section 49(1)(af), (ag) and (d) of the Advocates Act. Even otherwise, the Rule is arbitrary as it introduces an invidious classification by dividing one Class of student into two artificial and irrational Classes by prescribing the maximum age for admission to law courses. Some of the persons, even after completed the age of more than 40 or 45 years completed the degree and enrolled in number of State Bar Council and many of them appeared in the All India Bar Exam and obtained Certificate of Practice. In such a circumstances, lot of ambiguity in the above Rule and striking down Clause-28 of Schedule-III appended to the Rules of Legal Education, 2008 (for brevity, ‘the Rules’), framed by the Bar Council of India being ultra vires, unconstitutional and arbitrary and apart, the Clause-28 is total violation of not only fundamental rights but also violation of the principle of natural justice. In the larger interest in many of the States after due deliberations, the opinions has been formed, the Clause-28, Schedule-III, Rule-11 of the Rules of legal Education-2008 is ultra vires, unconstitutional and against the principles of the natural justice, in such a circumstances keeping in view the broader aspect and aforesaid reasons, the said Clause-28, Schedule-III, Rule-11 of the Rules of legal Education-2008 is hereby withdrawn. J. R. SHARMA, Secy. [ADVT. III/4/Exty./96/13] Printed by the Manager, Government of India Press, Ring Road, Mayapuri, New Delhi-110064 and Published by the Controller of Publications, Delhi-110054.

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