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D.T.RATHAVA

Rti applicant are bound seeking information in time limit

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D.T.RATHAVA

I file RTI to public information officer cum Taluka development officer he ignore it, I file first appeal to FAA (district development officer) he ordered to PIO give INFORMATION with in 10th day's at the time of hearing, PIO failed to give information I file appeal to state information commission state commissioner ordered by notice to PIO give information with in 1 month PIO FAILED to give info. I file second appeal to commission, up to all in sufficient time limit but the period between filling second appeal and first hearing it's so large about 2.5 year's these information are related financial matter suffered officer in this matters is retired . hearing on 1 April 2015

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, what help/guidance do you want? Kindly reply so members can guide you.

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D.T.RATHAVA

Sir how way we can getting information in early

 

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SIR HOW WAY WE CAN GETTING INFORMATION IN EARLY

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Now you have to wait for the further order of SIC. Yet, once try to meet the TDO and politely request him to provide information as per the order of SIC. I think TDO may be of chhotaudepur district.

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RAVEENA_O

You have to wait for the commission's further decision now. In fact you should have filed a Complaint before the SIC for non-compliance of its orders, instead of filing fresh second appeal for the second time.

 

Even if the officer is retired during pendency of the RTI cases, it doesn't make any difference. In case of serious financial irregularities, the pension of the retired officer can be withheld as a measure of punishment after due process, in case he is found guilty. After getting all the details, please file Complaint with Vigilance Branch under your name, address and signature and follow it up for investigation and prosecution.

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Prasad GLN

Get RTI Application filed afresh from a friend or relative and take a chance.

If you have no objection to provide query and information received, members can suggest alternate remedy.

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Meenu Khurana

You file afresh RTI application as well as complaint in CIC in respect of your earlier RTI application and appeals.

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I file second appeal to commission, up to all in sufficient time limit but the period between filling second appeal and first hearing it's so large about 2.5 year's these information are related financial matter suffered officer in this matters is retired . hearing on 1 April 2015

 

This is a fact of life in RTI !

And Info Commissioners know it very well and intentionally try to delay the whole process.

 

For example, today I received information related to corruption. The RTI was filed in March 2009 !

It is 6 years now.

 

The person who was corrupt is retired and also died 2 years ago.

 

What do I do now......go to HELL to get him nabbed ?

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Prasad GLN

So sure of catching him in Hell only ?

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