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APPLICATION FOR SEEKING INFORMATION
U/S 6 OF RTI ACT, 2005
The DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL OFFICER,
Name of the applicant : Mr. B. Murali mohan.
C/o KRANTI PRAJA SANGH
Address : H.no. 1-9-167,
Hyderabad. 500 020.
PH. XXXXXXXXXX (Mobile No. deleted - Reason - posting of mobile no. is against the forum rules)
Particulars of the information :
A. Kindly provide the information relating to following aspects of the schools.
1. What would be the actual fees to be collected from the students from class V to class X for the recognised schools in GHMC Limits, as per the right to education act and respective provisions of the Govt. rules. Also, kindly let me know the List of Schools along with the addresses at which the recognition for that particular school is availed.
2. Kindly provide the information pertaining to the Prirvate Schools, whether all the requirements, such as rules and regulations relating to amenities, open ground, play area, parking place etc., are fulfilled or not.
3. List of new schools waiting for the recognition.
I state that the information sought does not fall with in the restrictions contained in section 6 of the Act and to the best of my Knowledge it pertains to your office.
Two brothers, retd colonels, got 31 plots under HUDA quota
Two retired Army colonels being probed as part of an investigation into allegedly fraudulent multiple allotment of plots to individuals by the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) had between them got as many as 31 plots.
Karan Singh Yadav and Dharam Singh Yadav, who are brothers, were allotted these plots in various urban estates of Haryana between 1998 and 2004 (including the time they were serving), documents submitted in the Punjab & Haryana High Court show.
The scam is being probed by HUDA on the orders of the court. Over 325 FIRs have been registered against beneficiaries, including 188 defence personnel, who allegedly got more than one plot in their name, or in the name of their spouse or children. The Yadavs have got an interim stay on their arrest.
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