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soni.rajender

Urgent - hearing on 05 feb 2015

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soni.rajender

Team,

 

Thanks for all the valuable support, please find attached the order copy showing the best judgements taken by State Information Commissioner, Haryana. Really he had provided me so much help.

 

1. would request you to please help me in explaining the following order given by SIC:

 

Since Sh. S.K. Jain, SPIO has failed to turn up to Show cause notice, bailabe warrants be issued against Sh. S.K.Jain under Section 18(3) of RTI Act-2005 read with Code of Civil Procedure,1908, with the directions to the Superintendent of Police, Mahendergarh at Narnaul to serve the warrants.

 

2. SIC has ordered me for the inspection on 16 Jan 2015, Still I need one more chance for the inspection, please suggest how can I approach the SIC to provide me one chance to inspect the records.

 

3. Please guide what should be my next step, as I am not satisfied with the inspection provided to me.

 

4. Please guide what should I reply to SIC, in reply to the attached order.

 

Regards

Rajender Soni

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Hi soni.rajender and welcome to RTI INDIA- Right to Information! This is an introductory reply and members of our forum shall reply to your specific query shortly.

 

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RAVEENA_O

As per the SIC order, an affidavit was required to be filed after your inspection, endorsing a copy to you. Did the PIO do that? If the information is fully not supplied to you or all the relevant files were not opened up before you, you may immediately file submission to that effect to the Commission since the hearing is again fixed on 5/2/2015 on show cause notice.

 

Since Sh. S.K. Jain, SPIO has failed to turn up to Show cause notice, bailabe warrants be issued against Sh. S.K.Jain under Section 18(3) of RTI Act-2005 read with Code of Civil Procedure,1908, with the directions to the Superintendent of Police, Mahendergarh at Narnaul to serve the warrants.

 

Commission shall issue bailable warrants against Sh. S.K. Jain, the then PIO summoning him and enforcing his attendance before the commission.

 

As per provisions under section 18(3), while inquiring into any matters under Section-18, the Information Commission have the same powers as are vested in a civil court while trying a suit under the Code of Civil Procedure, in respect of the following matters, namely:—

 

(a) summoning and enforcing the attendance of persons and compel them to give oral or written evidence on oath and to produce the documents or things;

 

(b) requiring the discovery and inspection of documents;

 

©receiving evidence on affidavit;

 

(d) requisitioning any public record or copies thereof from any court or office;

 

(e) issuing summons for examination of witnesses or documents; and any other matter which may be prescribed.

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soni.rajender

I had not received any affidavit from PIO, also I have not signed on any document, I have gone there for the inspection, but on that day a minister was coming in Rewari, so the PIO was busy there, later on also, I had visited his office few times, but he was not there.

 

Please suggest.

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jps50

You may inform the Commission facts regarding non- inspection so that matter can be taken up on next date.

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