KGB influenced Secretariate, P.S.C., Revenue Ministry, U.P.S.C. and Sri.Pinarayi Vijayan for his brother

via V Sundaram published on January 10, 2011

After I completed Part-3 of the article exposing KGB ( https://www.haindavakeralam.com/HkPage.aspx?PAGEID=12966&SKIN=B ) , I got an e-mail from an individual who wishes to remain anonymous to this effect. I am presenting below what has been brought to my notice by him relating to the nepotism and abuse of official authority by Chief Justice K.G Balakrishnan.

“While working as Judge in High Court of Kerala, Justice K.G. Balakrishnan contacted the Revenue Minister of Kerala for the transfer of his brother K.G. Vijayan, Deputy Collector. He was subsequently promoted into the I.A.S. Sri. K.G. Balakrishnan used his office of High Court Judge for delaying the disposal of O.P. filed by candidates in the ranked list of Deputy Collectors in P.P. Varghese Vs State of Kerala O.P.No.7386/89. Justice K.G. Balakrishnan was Kerala High Court Judge from 26/09/1985 to 23/11/1997. The OP filed was disposed finally on 3/12/1992. But the other parties and Government filed an Appeal and the government at last yielded and appointed the direct recruits as Deputy Collectors. Sri. K.G. Vijayan was a promotee Deputy Collector and his elevation to the post of I.A.S. was also achieved on the influence of his brother Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, disregarding the seniority of other Deputy Collectors. Sri. K.G. Vijayan was the last man promoted to the cadre of IAS. Sri. K.G. Balakrishnan influenced the officers of the Kerala Secretariate, Kerala P.S.C., Revenue Ministry, U.P.S.C. and also Sri.Pinarayi Vijayan, C.P.M. State Secretary. An enquiry should also be conducted into this irregularity corruption and nepotism.”

It was this K G Vijayan’s brother in law C.T. Ravi Kumar who was made a Kerala High Court judge in January last year, Barely a week before Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan retires.

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