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J&K: Availability of KAS slot under SC quota SIC sets aside GAD order, directs to reveal info

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akhilesh yadav

Srinagar, July 24: The State Information Commission (SIC) has set aside the order of the General Administration Department (GAD) wherein it had denied to reveal information under RTI Act about the availability of a KAS slot under SC quota for Rural Development Department (RDD) feeding service in 2006. The SIC has directed the GAD to provide the said information under RTI Act to the information seeker. Details available with Early Times reveal that one Prince Sharma, a resident of Poonch filed an application RTI Act before PIO, General Administration Department, Civil Secretariat on 06-02- 2015, seeking following information


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