Brief introduction of Bharat Gandhi

The brief introduction of principal petitioner is as follows:


On 12 Feb., 1969 at Mumbai, Originally from Jaunpur (U. P.).


Primary education held from govt. school of a village of Jaunpur district, brilliant from very beginning. He completed his higher education at the University of Allahabad. He Qualified competitive examination for administrative services and boycotted educational degrees and certificates. He left higher education in the second year of Law. At the same time petitioner passed preliminary examination of U. P. Public Services Commission and was invited in the further process of selection but also boycotted the same.


He founded a voluntary organization named national foundation for education and research in 1994. He worked much in Meerut for the social cause and wrote many books. Prepared and presented to the president of India a report on necessary reforms in Indian constitution parallel to the constitution review commission formed by the Indian government.
He passed three months of life into Meerut jail under National Security Act in 2001 on the issue of illegal expulsion of workers of a textile mill. He advocated his case himself in court and came out of jail after 83 days without expensing a single paisa.

Currant Activities:

(i) Central Convener of Federation for Economic Freedom and In charge of Parliament Affairs Cell of Federation and making efforts to execute thoughts presented in this petition and book “Janopanishad” (Note: As published in the book named “Janopanishad” written by the principal petitioner Bharat Gandhi and Published by Vishwavidyalay Prakashan, Varanasi)

(ii) That during the last phase of his educational career a feeling was developed a feeling of aversion towards the inheridiatory system which provides a root of legal reservation to richness and poverty. The petitioner found a contradiction in the existing economy and governance in which through the law of succession a child of rich becomes rich and a child of poor becomes poor irrespective of merit and competence one possess.
That is a contradiction and irony in the matter is that the posts of D.M., C.M., P.M. have not been made inheridiatory whereas the basic inspiration for reaching to these posts is money making. The means i.e. the Money power is inheridiatory whereas democracy is being experimental only on administration and governance. This ill arrangement is the root cause of the problems like corruption, greed for money, crime, consumerism, alcohalism, depression etc which are growing in the society. The principal petitioner reached the conclusion as to when money is inheridia which can be given to one’s posterity only then why any one will work with honesty and integrity.
If this thinking is correct and if it has social sanction that everyone works for his children and it is quite certain that the people involved in politics and administration also are working for their children, since posts are not inheridia therefore they work for money but pose as if they were carrying out their responsibilities. The difference between saying and deed and dominance of falsehood has direct relation with the law of succession. The principal petitioner had already realized this fact when he was pursuing his graduation degree from Allahabad University yet he was not disillusioned with making of his career in civil services.

(iii) That, principal petitioner was willing to become a officer in civil sevices. He passed the priliminary exams of U.P. civil services just after passing his graduation, but two incidents detached him from this career. First one was related to the reservation movements. The students were holding agitation both in support and against reservation in the administrative services during 1991-92. The petitioner didn’t participate in any of the two.
He was not able to swallow this fact that the person scoring 50% in any exam may be declared successful and the person obtaining 80% in the same exam is treated unsuccessful. Therefore, the petitioner though born in a backward family abstained himself from the movement in support of reservation. So, he lost friendship with his friends who were reservation supporters. The principal petitioner lived in a rented room in the house of a retired high count judge, which was located at civil lines in Allahabad. In the same room, two other partners were also living with him. Those two belonged to the forward caste.
Once the principal petitioner had gone to his home town Jaunpur for three days. When he came back, he saw that his room partners had gone leaving the room and his belongings were lying at sixes and seven. Later on, he came to know that those two forward caste friends didn’t want to live with a backward friend. The lustful thinking on the part of the petitioner had already made his aloof from his backward friends and now even the backward caste friends kept themselves away from him.

(iv)That incident agitated the mind of the principal petitioner towards the ill educational system. He didn’t feel anger at all at his forward caste friends rather he felt pity on them. He felt pity for this fact that the agitation about reservation had separated two friends for ever. That incident had wounded his heart, he was even disillusioned with the education system, yet he have had a fascination for his career. Another incident in this direction happened when the principal petitioner had gone to the residences of his friends who couldn’t become successful in their last attempt of UPSE civil service exam. The atmosphere of their houses were as such as if some one had died in their families. Such deplorable scene in the houses of his friends had reminded him that death doesn’t come once in life rather it knocks several times.
There was a unique similarity between the tears erupted out in the eyes of near and dears over one’s death and the tears rolled down from the eyes of the aspiring candidate after watching the result in the news paper. He was forced first time to think about the death. He drew the conclusion that in fact when a man doesn’t succeed to become an I.A.S. or doctor, engineer etc, and when the result of the last attempt comes in, the person faces almost death. This is the death of the soul of an IAS. His body remains but his soul dies.
The petitioner saw the shadow of same death in the eyes of some of his friends, their parents, brothers and sister. He was shocked to see that scene. He began to feel as to this was a death or murder. He realized that he would replace the killer when he would find a place in the merit list of IAS. He felt that his family would rejoice in when he would qualify for IAS but due to him a candidate will come out of the merit list and condolence like scene will be observed in that fellow’s house. These incidents had broken the thread in one blow, which was getting thinner day by day, the thread of ambition to become an IAS officer. Now the petitioner decided to take on such job to live a life, which may not debar the others. The Satyagrah of not living at the cost of others brought the petitioner at the door of the Committee on Petition of Parliament going through several experiences during the period of twelve years from 1993 to 2003.

(v) The petitioner ending his education in 1992 established an organization namely National Foundation of Educations and Research with the help of academicians of Allahabad. NAFER is abbreviated form of the same. Refer to the 10.1 (b) of this chapter for more information about this.

(vi)That the petitioner couldn’t participate in pro-reservation agitation because he didn’t find it appropriate that the student securing higher mark was to be declared unsuccessful and the student securing lower mark was to be declared successful. In the meanwhile he couldn’t participate in anti reservation stir because that agitation was in favor of inheriting economic rights side by side. The petitioners conscience was not ready to take the person born in higher caste in high esteem and the one born in lower caste in low esteem.
The petitioner couldn’t favor any of the two agitations because both were for honoring the birth instead of deed. Reservation agitation related to social status and the laws of succession related to economic status forced him to undergo self-retrospection and self-identification. He felt that though he was born in a backward Yadav family but consciously he didn’t favor this class. Therefore, he didn’t participate in pro-reservation agitation, he is supporter of social justice, so he could not go with them who were against reservation as because they were not holding any agitation against succession. The petitioner realized that he was not the supporter of either of the groups and he had no control over taking birth in a particular.
Whenever he introduced himself with reference to his caste which consequently came into the category of backward class, he felt as if he were falsifying the thing. Since, he was not born in a forward caste family so introducing himself with that reference could have been a while. In such dilemma an idea flourished in his mind that he was a son of the nation not just a son of a caste. Therefore, the word signifying the nation should be associated with his name instead of the word signifying his caste. Later on, he came to perceive one more benefit as by ending the atrocious laws providing strength to evil custom of poor and rich based on the birth, the petitioner would not just remain the son of a poor, rather he would become the son of nation. With this he may get his share in economic legacy of the nation as a son of the nation, which may become the source of his livelihood.
With this source he can fulfil his desire to lead his life without snatching others employment. But a new problem did arise when he wanted to assume his surname as Gandhi as the people may take his one among the caste of Teli (oilman) of Gujrat. He solved this problem by associating the surname Gandhi with two spellings. For his personal convenience and sincerity the surname Gandhi with CHANDRABINDU in Hindi language for self, he left it for the Teli caste of Gujrat and used surname Gandhi with SURYABINDU in Hindi language. He made it public in January 1994 when he completed 25 years of age. The news about the petitioner with this amended name was published first time on 13th January 1994 in all national dailies like the time of India etc. Prior to this all news papers used to publish his statements with his old name. The petitioner got recorded the name of the father of nation for his father’s name on 20th January 2001 in Jail where he was lodged for long time after he was arrested by the district magistrate terming him a danger for national security. Refer to the para – 1 (h) of this chapter of the petition to know in detail about the case.

(vii) That the petitioner by his relentless labour from 1992 to 1996 drew some conclusions for reforms in education system through an organization namely ‘NAFER’ but these conclusion couldn’t be implemented without approval of Parliament. When talk was held with some workers of the political parties, they saw possibility of note i.e. money and vote for the support of their respective parties in the proposal of ‘NAFER’ for educational reform.
The petitioner realized very soon that it would not be possible to bring improvement in education system till the supporters of this system reach Parliament. After this realization the petitioner was forced to think about governance and economy after holding the task of education reform in abeyance.

(viii) The above experiences made him realized that he should start writing after confining himself a solitary place and he should formulate a draft of reform in economy and governance as well on the line he had prepared a draft for reform in education system. The petitioner while working for reform in education understood this fact the education system of the government works as a means and ultimate aim is economy and governance. After this conclusion the petitioner decided to shift to Meerut after leaving Allahabad. He confining himself to a solitary place wrote many a books on alternative economy and governance relentlessly between 1995 and 1998.
A public organization namely "ARTHIK AJADI ANDOLAN PARISANGH" was formed suo moto after publication of some of his books. That organization after five years of its foundation is involved in getting his petition presented in Lok Sabha. Refer to the chapter 12.2 of this petition for knowing the names of the books with this modification that the petitioner while living in jail wrote one more book namely ‘JANOPANISHAD’ and he went back to live at Meerut after leaving Bhajanpura, Delhi where he had started living after his release from jail.

(ix)That the principal petitioner is original resident of village-Anapur P.O. Machhlishahar. P.S. Sikrara, Distt. Jaunpur, U.P. but he doesn’t reside on this address since 1986. Most of the time he is residing in a rented room at Meerut. The rent is borne, by the elder and the younger brother of the petitioner. The petitioner indulges himself in writing during leisure. He by organising public meetings throughout country popularises the system of economic independence. He travels to different places for this purpose when expense on his tours is borne on by someone.
The personal expense e of Rs. 1000 per month is borne by his blood relatives and Rs. 500 is borne by Dr. Dr Atul Krishna, who runs many educational institutions in Merrut. The petitioner limits his expense to Rs. 1500 per month and he spends a part of it on social work also. He doesn’t have any account in any bank as he doesn’t have any additional amount. Sudha Pandey, Ram Avtar Bansal, Avadesh Singh and Shyam Mohan Gupta unit of ARTHIK AZADI PRISANGH have great love and affection for him and they like to feed him who is 36 year old bachelor living all alone. Most of the time he takes meal in their houses. Well known sport industrialist of Merrut and veteran worker of Sarvodaya, Krishna Kumar Khanna provides space free of cost in the office of his factory to the petitioner for the public relation work.
During his stay in Delhi the retired Air Force officer Sunil Kumar Bhatnagar provides the fooding and lodging facility free of cost. Sunil Anand who is younger brother of well known Supreme Court Advocate R.K. Anand provides him car facility to meet with the members of Parliament. With the economic assistance made by these people, the petitioner undertakes social work and he is still surviving with his resolution.