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Krishi Sodh Sansthan v. The Union Of India And Others - WRIT - C No. 17448 of 2006  RD-AH 7038 (31 March 2006)
Civil Misc. Writ No. 17448 of 2006
Krishi Shodh Sansthan through its Manager/Secretary Sri Nawab Ali son of late Sri Murtaza Ali r/o Tel Tanki Churaha Mal Godam Station Road, Shahja npur ... Petitioner
Union of India and others .... Respondents
Hon'ble Rakesh Tiwari, J
Heard counsel for the petitioner and perused the record.
The petitioner is a society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1965. It is claimed that the petitioner is a non-government organization and is working for the up-liftment of poor women residing in remote area of the District Shahjanpur by imparting them continuous education (SATAT SHIKSHA) along with technical education. The Society also imparts educations to children of the area and for this purpose the society has established 570 centers in the district of Shahjanpur. It is further claimed that a huge amount is required to the society for running the aforesaid project, which is at present being collected from the members of the society as well as by taking the donation from the general public. The amount received by the donation and contribution from the members is not sufficient to meet out the actual expenses and there are various schemes sponsored by the Central as well as by the State Government for providing the basic education, the old age education and technical education. The Central Government as well as State Government is also promoting the N.G.Os to establish the schools for weaker section and for child labour.
The petitioner applied before respondent no.3, the District Magistrate, Shahjanpur for grant of fund from the Central Government for running the project and schemes.
He is aggrieved by the fact that till date the District Magistrate as Nodal Officer of all the projects run and sponsored by the Central Government has not taken any action.
The only prayer for the counsel for the petitioner at this stage is that the District Magistrate may be directed to forward the application of the petitioner for grant of fund to the Central Government.
Sri N.I. Jafri, the counsel appearing for the Central Government submits that since the application of the petitioner has not been forwarded by the District Magistrate to the Central Government, the matter is not in the hands of the Central Government.
The standing counsel appearing for the respondents submits that the matter is still under the pipeline.
It is expected from the District Magistrate that he shall decide the matter of the petitioner in respect of forwarding the application to the Central Government for grant of fund by a reasoned and speaking order, in accordance with law within a period of 15 days from the date of submission of a certified copy of this order.
The petitioner shall file a certified copy of this order before the District Magistrate, Shahjahanpur within 10 days from today.
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