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We are engaged in a long standing dispute with a Builder ( referred to hereinafter as accused no.1) against whom we have filed 2 criminal cases U/s 156(3) Cr.P.C. This Builder has a relative working in ICICI Bank (hereinafter referred to as accused no.2). Accused no.1 instructed accused no.2 to obtain the Credit Information Reports (CIR) of my wife & son from the Credit Information Bureau of India Ltd (CIBIL). Accused no.2 used (misused) his position in ICICI Bank to access the said information from the CIBIL website and sent back the CIRs as e-mail attachment to accused no.1 through the ICICI Bank server. The accused no.1 then started circulating the said reports to our friends and relatives as well as to Police officials and Govt. Agencies, in order to discredit us. Copies of the e-mail exchanged between accused nos.1 & 2 as well as e-mails circulated by accused no.1 were provided to us by a well wisher. My wife, who is not even a customer of ICICI Bank has registered a complaint before the Police along with all evidence. Under provisions of the RTI Act can we ask ICICI Bank to confirm that the e-mail exchange between accused nos.1 & 2 were made through the ICICI Bank server?

The full details of our case against the Builder may be viewed at our website: external links not permitted

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ganpat1956

ICICI Bank is a private entity and not under the ambit of RTI Act.

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meconsult

Can the Police or RBI demand the required information and hold ICICI Bank liable for suppressing evidence required for a criminal investigation if they do not make a disclosure?

Partha Roy

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ganpat1956

Police has got the power to demand the records. Like wise courts can also issue notices to ICICI to produce the records if you can substantiate that they are deliberately suppressing the evidence. Please have a discussion with your advocate on this issue.

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meconsult

Thank you Sir and thanks to the RTI Portal.

I am going to legally fight it out with the accused persons come what may and however big they are.

Regards

Partha Roy

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