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While Omar failed, Guv wasted no time in invoking Section 4 of RTI Act in J&K

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JAMMU, Jan 31: The J&K Right to Information Act (RTI) will complete its six years of its enactment in the state after one month. As this progressive and pro-people legislation is enforced in state from last almost six years, the previous state government led by Omar Abdullah continued to take this law for granted and thus avoided the responsibilities which had been conferred upon them under the provisions of this Act.

 

 

Read more at: While Omar failed, Guv wasted no time in invoking Section 4 of RTI Act in J&K - Early Times Newspaper Jammu Kashmir

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[h=1]After CIC rap, govt orders voluntary disclosures under RTI Act[/h]Srinagar: With most of the 26 departments and authorities in the state yet to disclose voluntary information under Right to Information (RTI) Act, the government on Tuesday directed all the concerned officials to immediately ensure the disclosures as per the transparency law.

“The Administrative Secretaries, Divisional Commissioners, Heads of Departments and Deputy Commissioners are impressed to ensure that all the departments, administrative as well as line departments, disclose Information in terms of Section 4 (l)(b) of the Right to formation Act, 2009,” said M. A. Bukhari, Commissioner Secretary to the General Administration Department in an order issued here.

 

 

Read at: After CIC rap, govt orders voluntary disclosures under RTI Act | Kashmir Reader

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Govt snubs deptts for ignoring RTI

 

‘Jammu, Feb 10: The state government has once again snubbed the departments over their failure to go for voluntary disclosure of information under Right to Information Act.

It has been observed that most of the departments are still deficient with regard to hosting the requisite information on their official websites, and in some cases, the official websites are not being updated on regular basis, a fresh GAD circular issued on Tuesday observed.

A similar circular was issued by the government last month (Jan 27), asking the administrative secretaries to implement provisions of the Act in “letter and spirit” to ensure transparency and accountability.

 

Read at: Govt snubs deptts for ignoring RTI Lastupdate:- Wed, 11 Feb 2015 18:30:00 GMT GreaterKashmir.com

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After CIC rap, govt orders voluntary disclosures under RTI Act

 

After CIC rap, govt orders voluntary disclosures under RTI Act | Kashmir Reader

 

“The Administrative Secretaries, Divisional Commissioners, Heads of Departments and Deputy Commissioners are impressed to ensure that all the departments, administrative as well as line departments, disclose Information in terms of Section 4 (l)(b) of the Right to formation Act, 2009,” said M. A. Bukhari, Commissioner Secretary to the General Administration Department in an order issued here.

“(They should) ensure that their official websites are created/made functional immediately. They shall also ensure that these websites shall be updated on daily basis.”

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