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Gurgaon's disaster fight plan too 'secretive' to share: RTI reply

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GURGAON: Strange as it may appear, but Gurgaon's district administration considers the disaster management planan "extremely secretive" document and so it does not want to share the same with the public at large.On April 29 this year, a city-based RTI activist Aseem Takyar had filed an application with the deputy commissioner's office, seeking a copy of the District Disaster Management Plan (DDMP) but he was astonished when he got a reply from the state public information officer on June 3 that said the document is extremely secretive

 

 

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MANOJ B. PATEL

This decision of PIO is totally wrong. Disaster Management Plan is disclosable.

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