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manoj_iac

No reply regarding decision of SIC after Hearing

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manoj_iac

Hi,

 

There was a hearing of my case in SIC-UP in November-14. I was not attended the hearing, as i got the SIC letter before a night of hearing. Although letter was written by SIC to SPIO and copy to me, SIC asked SPIO to be present in hearing to give the explanation that why information was not provided to me. I have send the email to SIC regarding my absence, and availability on phone if required.

 

But till now, i have not received any information regarding the decision of SIC.

 

Please suggest, to whom should i write the letter, respective State Information Commissioner or SPIO of Commission to get the copy of SIC decision

 

http://upsic.up.nic.in/]

 

Regards,

Manoj

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, you may write to SIC with a request to provide copy of decision and wait for 15 days if they do not provide it then file RTI application to the PIO, SIC to provide certified copy of the decision

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Prasad GLN

Wait for another one week, and hope you will receive decision (delay may be due to intervening holidays). If you fail to receive the decision, then only seek copy of such decision through RTI to SIC.

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karira
Wait for another one week, and hope you will receive decision (delay may be due to intervening holidays). If you fail to receive the decision, then only seek copy of such decision through RTI to SIC.

 

 

I also want to work in UPSIC if they are having holidays from Nov 2014 to April 2015 !

 

LOL

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manoj_iac

Hello karira JI,

 

What is ur suggestion. I shud write to respective SIC or file RTI in SIC to get copy of decision

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karira
Hello karira JI,

 

What is ur suggestion. I shud write to respective SIC or file RTI in SIC to get copy of decision

 

File a RTI with the PIO of UPSIC to get a copy of the decision.

 

Still better, if you are close to Lucknow, also ask for "inspection" of the entire file related to your second appeal.

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