Lokayukta: SC asks Gujarat govt to cooperate

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked the Gujarat government to cooperate and provide all facilities to Justice (Retd) R A Mehta for carrying out his work as Lokayukta.

Justice Mehta had not joined the office due to pendency of the case over his appointment in the Gujarat High Court and later in the Supreme Court. "Before parting with the case, we would like to mention that as Justice Mehta did not join the post, because of the pendency of the case, he may join now.

Narendra Modi. Agencies.

"Needless to say the Gujarat government shall provide all facilities/office, staff etc, required to carry out the work of the Lokayukta. More so, we have no doubt that appellants will render all co-operation to Justice Mehta in performance of the work of the Lokayukta," said a bench of justices B S
Chauhan and F M Ibrahim Kalifulla.

The apex court upheld the appointment of Justice Mehta as Gujarat Lokayukta by Governor Kamla Beniwal. The governor had appointed Justice Mehta to the post of Lokayukta on August 25, 2011. The post had been lying vacant
for over eight years.


Updated Date: Jan 02, 2013 21:00 PM

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