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MANOJ B. PATEL

CIC directed CPIO to furnish certified copies of relevant record in 24 hours.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Appellant had sought information related to Khasara No. and owner of it. The CPIO had provided owner's name but appellant contended the said person's ownership does not exist in revenue record. The CIC directed the CPIO to furnish certified copies of relevant record in 24 hours of this hearing.

CIC_SA_A_2015_000069_M_155365.pdf

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D.T.RATHAVA

Rare of the rare decision

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Prasad GLN

Why appellant has not sought inspection ?

Why second appeal should not also be complaint stating that deliberate and misleading information was provided ?

Why certified copies and why not with affidavit, as it must have fixed PIO in case information is misleading ?

What was the earlier copy provided ? Is it not certified ?

(Advocate representation for appellant for hearing before another Law Professor, the decision can not be otherwise.)

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koteswararaonerella

This is rarely happen and generally thy use to say su many days after receipt of the CIC decision in writing, this type of decision will result in CONTEMPT by the CPIO

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