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CIC decision on spouse income details.

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burmeem

Hello,

Can somebody provide me with the link to the CIC decision wherein the CIC has said that the income details of spouse can be obtained from Income Tax Department.

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Prasad GLN

You can search in Income Tax website, as they have uploaded all such CIC decisions in RTI segment of their website.

Do not waste any time in doubts, and first file application with Rs.10/- postal order and be prepared for appeal armed with all such supporting decisions for first appeal, if CPIO denies information.

Please do not state any CIC decision at application level itself, and wait for proper decisions as citation only at appellate stage

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