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Direct complaint of PIO inaction cannot be filed with CIC- Karnataka High Court

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Filing of an application under section 18(1) of the Act complaining the alleged inaction of the Public Information Officer is clearly not permissible in law.

If one is aggrieved by the orders passed by the Public Information Officer under Section 7 of the Act, he has to file an appeal under Section 19(1) of the Act before the appellate authority and in case he is aggrieved by the action or inaction of the appellate authority, he has to file a second appeal under Section 19(3). -Karnataka High Court

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