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J&k: The tale of a year old pending rti

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Srinagar, May 19 (KNS): Making mockery of the much hyped right to Information Act (RTI) in Kashmir valley, authorities have here been denying information to one of the RTI applicant since one year making him to move from pillar to post.

According to KNS correspondent, one RTI applicant namely Khurshid Ahmad Mir submitted an RTI application at the office of the Block Development Officer (BDO) Damal Hanjipora on March 26 of the year 20145 with the receipt number 60. The applicant had sought information about the details of the beneficiaries under Indira Aawas Yojna (AAY) besides the total number of beneficiaries of this scheme. He had also asked the BDO to furnish him the details of the total number of huts sanctioned under IAY and the details of the persons to whom such structures were granted.

 

Read at: The tale of a year old pending RTI - Kashmir News Service

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