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J&K: SIC penalty notice to Kulgam CEO

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Srinagar June 22:Having failed to dispose off an RTI application within stipulated time, the State Information Commission (SIC) has issued a penalty notice to the Chief Education Officer (CEO), Kulgam, who is also the Public Information Officer (PIO) of his department in the district. The CEO has been asked to submit his written statement in this regard.

Details available with Early Times reveal that one Ghulam Mohammad Ganai, son of Ghulam Nabi Ganai of Akhran in Kulgam district filed an application under J&K RTI Act, 2009 on October 13, 2014 addressed to Kulgam CEO, seeking attested copies of the certificate of Bashir Ahmad Ganai for seeking admission in 9th class many years back. In addition to it, he sought copies of discharge certificates issued by the school, particulars submitted by the institution to the concerned Board, page of admission register, DoB etc.


Read more at: Early Times: Leading Newspaper Jammu Kashmir, Latest News about Jammu & Kashmir




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This is a good decision of SIC and such lethargic PIOs should be penalized so that RTI Act can be implemented in real sense.

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