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J&K: SIC shoots penalty notice against SSRB

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Unnecessary delay in furnishing Information



Jammu, Jan 17: As the Services Selection Recruitment Board (SSRB) made un necessary delay in dispatching the information sought under RTI Act by an information seeker from Poonch , the State Information Commission (SIC) taking cognizance of the case has shot penalty notice against the administrative officer of the SSRB who is also the designated Public Information Officer (PIO).





Read at: SIC shoots penalty notice against SSRB - Early Times Newspaper Jammu Kashmir

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