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sham dhanda

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sham dhanda

Hello,

sir , 18-6-2015 ko meri second appeal ki hiring hai . so plz suggest me ki mere ko apne sath kya paper le kar jane chaiye or kya ic mere se ye pooch sakta hai ki mere ko ye information kis liye chahiye

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Daer sham dhanda,

 

Koi bhi authority aap ko ye nahi puchh sakti ki aap ko information kis liye chahiye. Aap apne pas aapki RTI application ki copy, FA ki copy aur second appeal ki copy aur PIO, FAA ne koi reply kiya ho ya information provide ki ho vo record sath rakh sakte ho taki jarurat padne par aap dekh sake. Aap anubhavi insan hay is liye pura paddh kar taiyari ke saath hearing attend kijia, SIC koi tiger nahi hay jo aap ko khaa jayega.

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Prasad GLN

What sort of hearing ?

At IC personal hearing or VC.

Just prepare a tabulated note on three points and immediately after stating the same orally, hand it over as written arguments.

 

Before

Information Commission,

Case No...

PIO:

Appellant:

 

Written submissions filed by Appellant after oral hearing on......

 

_______________________________________________________________________________

Information solicited....Information provided.....Reasons for appeal point wise

______________________________________________________________________________

1

 

2

 

3

 

_______________________________________________________________________

 

Prayer: Appellant has orally submitted and filing these submissions in writing also and pray for all reliefs as stated in second appeal.

 

Place

Date....................................................Appellant.

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D.T.RATHAVA

(agar aapko samay maryada me mahiti nahi mili ho to )

javab no.3 me di gay suchana ke saath ye bh jod dijiye

sir me aapko vinti karata hu ki muze muft me mahiti deneka hukam kiya jaye

uchit samay maryada me mahiti nahi dene ke liye PIO ko doshit thaharaya jaye aur unse jyadatar jurmana vasul liya jaye

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Prasad GLN

Mr.D.K. Rathava,

The prayer is for granting all reliefs as prayed in second appeal which includes what ever you have stated.

New issues can not be raised and prayers are granted only as prayed in the appeals.

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D.T.RATHAVA

hon/sir

for my guidance

if we (applicant) prayed in second appeal to all issue, do not necessary to filed it at time of hearing as a written submission

in my one case before 7 year i prayed in second appeal to all issue,then so i not filed any written submission at time of hearing in SIC,(sic gujarat A-2025-2007decision in 2009 )

in decision quoted that applicant is a not submitted any written submission so not any further order .

 

then after i filed written submission with all issue at time of hearing

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Prasad GLN

First of all written submissions are not mandatory and even for that matter personal hearing of appellant is not mandatory. Only for our satisfaction we are doing all this exercise for placing records correctly.

Then what IC has to do is decide on merits of the case as reflected on materials placed before him and naturally on grounds of Second appeal and grant Prayers.

In personal hearing, the talking of Appellant is very limited to contradicting the statements of PIO and burden of proof lye with PIO only.

 

If your GIC has decided that the case is disposed as there are no written submissions means injustice was perpetrated in your case without doubt. IC is supposed to take material on record and consider them for delivery of orders.

(This is precisely what I have replied to one of your query that we can not expect uniformity in all decisions, even when facts are similar )

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sham dhanda

sir in second appeal i request IC for order to provide me information but i dont mention in appeal for fine / jurmana . can i demand on hiring to fine pio as punishment

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Prasad GLN

Just add it as Prayer in the written submissions. Every thing depends on attitude of IC, one is not sure and certain that IC will grant prayers of punishment/penalty even if it is requested in appeal/written arguments. When such is the case, whether IC grants it or not add what ever you wish to add, without expectations.

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sham dhanda

Before

Information Commission,

Case No...

PIO:

Appellant:

 

Written submissions filed by Appellant after oral hearing on......

 

_______________________________________________________________________________

Information solicited.... Information provided..... Reasons for appeal point wise

______________________________________________________________________________

1 the laid down stipulation that nill reason for appeal is no

powers pungrain in stopping information provided by

payment to a commission PIO of PUNGRAIN

agent as per directions of

secretary market committee

 

 

 

2 copy of such letter addressed to reason for appeal is

that commission agent stating nill no information

such reasons of stopping provided by PIO of PUNGRAIN

payment as stipulated and

laid down norms

 

 

_______________________________________________________________________

 

Prayer: I request to you please order to PIO for provide me solicited information free of cost

& i also request to you for punishment PIO as maximum fine because he did not given

information as per RTI ACT norms. Appellant has orally submitted and filing these

submissions in writing also and pray for all reliefs as stated in second appeal.

 

Place

Date....................................................Appellant.

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sham dhanda

is my wording is correct in prayer paragraph if there is any correction please suggest me . i shall be very thank full all help full members of group for helping a learner

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D.T.RATHAVA

Written submissions filed by Appellant after oral hearing on......

 

I here with filed Written submissions at the time of hearing on dt.........

 

_______________________________________________________________________________

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