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Mumbai: Human Rights Commission Slams Govt - Daya Nayak Smells Victory


Daijiworld Media Network - Mumbai (SP)

Mumbai, Sep 1: The Maharastra state Human Rights Commission(MSHRC) last week, slammed the state Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) for wrongly arresting a person two-and-half years ago. P. Manivelan, a close friend of encounter specialist Daya Nayak, was arrested in the disproportionate assets case being investigated against Daya Nayak. The ACB had then alleged, that Manivelan managed Daya Nayak's money.

It may be recalled that, in an exclusive interview to daijiworld.com last year, Daya Nayak had expressed his anger over the detention of his two friends Manivelan and Padthe. He claimed, that the ACB had arrested them for no fault of theirs. They both were detained for more than two months.

With the recent Human Rights Commission decision, Daya Nayak's stand has been vindicated and the state ACB has grossly failed in its attempts to file charge sheet against Daya Nayak even after 29 months!

Despite multiple raids and intensive investigations, the ACB has miserably failed to find any evidence against Daya Nayak in the disproportionate assets case.

Earlier this year, a cout had quashed the ACB's demand for his re-arrest and condemned the bureau for targeting and unjustifiably putting a police officer under its scanner without proof.

In the absense of any corraborative evidence or even filing of a  charge sheet, Nayak remains suspended and is now awaiting reinstatement as sub-inspector soon.

Last week, MSHRC levied a fine of Rs 25,000 on the state government for detaining Manivelan for more than 60 days. Retired High Court judge Justice Kshitij Vyas, chariman of MSHRC, said, "Manivelan was summoned for interrogation and investigation over 27 times and he co-operated. Although the High Court released him, the ACB arrested him again. The inspector in-charge of the case has deposed before the additional commissioner, that there was no evidence against Manivelan, but Pradnya Sarvade, the then additional commissioner, ordered his arrest".

When daijiworld.com contacted Daya Nayak over phone, he said that his stand has been vindicated. "Manivelan was my friend and the ACB had no evidence against him. I am happy about the MSHRC move, as I was also in custody for 60 days," he said.

It may be recalled, that Daya Nayak, who has eliminated 83 gangsters in his decade-long career, has been accused of possessing assets disproprtionate to his known sources of income. On Feb 20, 2006, the ACB arrested Nayak after he surrendered in court. He was arrensted on a non-bailable warrant and held in detention for 60 days.

"Justice will prevail, I have trust in Indian judiciary," Says a relieved Daya Nayak.

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  • Vishy Iyer, Mumbai

    Tue, Dec 9 2008

    I hope Daya Nayak  is re-instated not into Mumbai Police but into ATS. This will ensure that the aura of his fear and that of the ATS continues in the minds of terrorists given that the likes of Karkare and Salaskar sir are no longer around.

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  • Saleem Abu Dhabi, PUTTUR- AMCHINADKA KAVU

    Fri, Sep 5 2008

    I hope Daya Nayak resume to duty soon Good luck Mr. Daya

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  • Gilroy, Mandalore

    Wed, Sep 3 2008

    Send ACB officials to CBI jail.

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  • Sudhir M, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 3 2008

    The people of DK and Karnataka as a whole should be proud to have a dare devil police officer and that too with the Maharashtra Police Force. We hope that DN gets reinstated with full honour and get back into action to root out the goondas, underworld and petty thugs. All the best DN

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  • Jmes eld, Daubai\talapady

    Tue, Sep 2 2008

    Daya is Back In action SOOOON

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  • M.C. Shetty, Bangalore/Sharjah

    Tue, Sep 2 2008

    We need honest and daring police officer like Daya Nayak. The Govt should immediately reinstate him with honour as soon as possible.

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  • Alex Correa, Shirva / Dubai

    Tue, Sep 2 2008

    I am sure Daya Naik will be back soon for his actions D Naik look into the lootings in Bombay Mangalore train. A serious issue to resolve.All the best.

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  • Ashok Kumar , Udupi

    Tue, Sep 2 2008

    Just imagine anyone of those 83 criminals who were shot dead by Daya Nayak threatening you or your family members with dire consequence. Whatever said and done, Daya Nayak had eliminated the criminals who had enough crime records to prove that they were nuisance to the society.

    Now it is time to investigate those ACB officials, from which underworld gang they had received the booty to defame and frame charges against the police officer/s?

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  • Clement Coorg, Mangalore/Dubai

    Tue, Sep 2 2008

    Whole ACB itself is corrupted and they dance according to corrupted ministers Tunes. If this is the treatment be given to sincere Police Officer & Others Two, what else common people can expect. Daya Nayak should be reinstated again Sharp Shooter (and not as sub-inspector) to eliminate underworld dons & goonda minsters.

    We need people like Daya Nayak. Let us hope & pray that he will be released from all the accusations. Let Truth Prevail.

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  • Venu Bhandary, Puttur/Muscat

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    This is the truth of our police force. They don’t need people like Daya Naik,they need somebody who can be a messenger of Underworld kings,or gather huge amount of hafta from the petty businessmen,or who can dance to our political leader’s tunes. Metros like Bombay is the breeding water of criminals and underworld kingpins and grow under safe roof of police force.Then where there will be place for officers like Daya Nayak who eliminates criminals?

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  • santhosh bangera, mangalore

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    I strongly support Mr.Daya Nayak and wish him all the best.

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  • Samad,

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    I think you have taken it wrongly....It seems Mr. Manivelan have been released from this case not D N. Pls correct me if I am wrong..

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  • Patrick D'Souza, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    This is a repeat of other related misdoings of the police force all over the country. Remember the Arushi murder case of Noida, the battering of an event management executive in Chennai (IPL Series)or the numerous custodial deaths.

    Please see the larger issue. In the name of law these 'hooligans' have no fear of the law itself. Trust me, the Britishers were far better. For false & make belief investigations they caught to be put on the other side of the Bars & meted out the same treatment & confinement as done to their victims.

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    I wish Daya Nayak resume duty at the earliest. Pls accomplish the undone job. Eliminate all the goondas.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    If this is the way the police department, ACB or whoever, supposed to protect civilians treat at police officer in this way, then what will be the fate of common people ??? Maharshtra Government shall sack all the officers of ACB and put them behind bars !!! They deserve this punishment for no action against a suspect and Spoling his name and career by delaying his suspension.

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  • Annu, Udupi

    Mon, Sep 1 2008

    I pray to god that Mr.Daya Nayak resume to his previous post at the earliest.I am a firm beleiver of eliminating nasty gangsters through encounters (fake/real).Mr.Daya Nayak should continue his earlier mission of cleaning the mess in the society & create sense of safety in our society.All the best to you Mr. Daya Nayak.

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