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  1. Hi I have filed an RTI application to MCD ,Delhi (specific Zone) seeking property ID, Name of the owner and their pending property tax details. I have also inquired about the certified copy of notice issued in respect of the pending property tax in respect of few properties. I found it very disappointing that my application has been forwarded to to DDA (L&M ) which has no concern with the required information as property tax has been collected by the MCD and they also have the other details with them. To me it appears that either the PIO doesn't know his duty/work and he is shrugging off his responsibility or it is tactic to delay the whole process by forwarding the application to DDA. So now my question is should I immediately file a first appeal asking for reason to transfer of my application inquiring the Jurisdiction of Commissioner ,MCD ?or wait for DDA's reply which would take more than a month or sometimes the reply wouldn't even come from them and I loose my precious time as I also need those information in a particular Court case.
  2. I am thinking of buying some property in Delhi Through RTI I would like to know about the current property owner of record Can I ask for a specific property in Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi a) Who is the registered owner b) How long has that person owned the property c) Manner under which the property was acquired (Inheritance, Will, Purchase etc.) d) Date the Mutation was granted who would be the appropriate authority to ask these questions (DDA, MCD etc.) Thank you for your input
  3. As reported by ASHWINI SHRIVASTAVA at news.outlookindia.com on April 12, 2011 In a bid to speed up its probe, the CVC has asked Chief Vigilance Officers of government departments to prepare a list of officials who were allegedly involved in corruption while executing Commonwealth Games related projects. It has also asked all civic and construction agencies to put documents related to the Games works carried out by them on CVC's website. A special team of the Commission probing the Games related work for alleged graft has found evidence against senior government officials for rigged tender process, undue haste that led to supply of inferior quality products and poor construction of infrastructure related works. Sources said the Commission will make a department-wise list of such 'tainted' people who were involved in the corrupt practises to take speedy corrective action. "There have been several complaints from Non-Government Organisations and whistle blowers claiming that host of government employees were involved in corrupt practises. We have sent the complaints to concerned CVOs for investigation and report," a CVC official said. He said a complaint has also been sent to the CVO of Sports Ministry to probe the role of certain incompetent officials involved in carrying out infrastructure related works. Sources said the CVC has found series of financial irregularities on part of certain government employees from departments like Central Public Works Department (CPWD), Public Works Department (PWD), Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC), Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and Games Organising Committee among others. They said the watchdog has received a number of complaints alleging that various "incompetent" people were involvement in several projects that led to unjustified cost escalation and corruption. The move assume significance as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appointed High level Committee under the chairmanship of former Comptroller and Auditor General V K Shunglu has found series of wrong doings by government officials. The Committee has faulted sacked OC chief Suresh Kalmadi and Secretary General Lalit Bhanot for their alleged involvement in irregularities. Besides Delhi Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna and Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit were blamed for alleged inadequacies in CWG projects. According to an RTI filed by PTI, the Commission is looking into at least 40 CWG-related construction and procurement works carried out by different government agencies for alleged financial irregularities. An analysis by Chief Technical Examination Wing of CVC had earlier found alleged financial and administrative irregularities worth about Rs 2,500 crore in 16 construction and procurement projects. Six of them were done by PWD, 3 by MCD, 2 each by CPWD, DDA, NDMC and 1 by RITES, a Government of India Enterprise, a CVC report said.
  4. hi..... This is Neeraj Gupta(Software Er.)........ I applied for dda haousing scheme in month of december last year. But I am not able to find its status. I also visited dda.org website to find the update regarding this. But there is no information regarding to this. Then i also dialed the numbers given on the website but the given phone numbers of dda helpline are invalid. My application form number is 0439953. Someone please help me or just advice me wt to do? Thanks
  5. Remove debris near Neela Hauz flyover in 2 months: High court tells PWD as reported by Sri Abhinav Garg, TNN, Aug 22, 2010 NEW DELHI: Unhappy that construction-related debris is still lying near the recently inaugurated Neela Hauz flyover that straddles a medieval era lake, the Delhi high court has given a two-month deadline to the Public Works Department (PWD) to clean up the place. A division bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Manmohan recently expressed their displeasure with the civic agency for failing to enforce a clause in the contract with the private firm that built the flyover, namely its obligation to remove all debris that threatens the very existence of the Neela Hauz lake. HC was alerted to PWD's failure to remove debris by petitioner Malvika Kaul, a resident of Vasant Kunj who has filed a PIL alleging government indifference towards the endangered waterbody. Kaul, appearing through her lawyer Bankey Bihari accused the PWD of forgetting its responsibility to ensure debris removal, pointing out how this construction waste imperilled the lake's existence. The judges also demanded an answer from the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), which has been made the nodal agency incharge of overall restoration of the lake, by a committee of Delhi government officials. DDA's mandate is to ensure the lake is fully restored to its original glory since the flyover over it has now been opened to the public. Kaul's PIL raised concern over ecological imbalance caused by construction of the flyover across the lake and relies upon information collated from RTI replies directed at PWD that showed no environment impact study was done to take into account ecological damage to the waterbody prior to construction of the flyover. "Preserving this lake is important because it is the only source of natural recharge to ground water in Vasant Kunj. The water level in this area is already very low with a spurt of constructions including malls and housing complexes on the ridge land surrounding Vasant Kunj. These constructions will keep on depleting the underground water unless lakes like Neela Hauz are fiercely protected,'' the PIL contended, seeking HC's intervention. The petition accused the government of violating rulings of the Supreme Court and its concept of "sustainable development'' by ignoring environmental concerns, seeking to commit the government to restore and preserve Neela Hauz. Lastly, the PIL stresses that the Neela Hauz alongwith the adjoining Sanjay Van form a distinct ecological unit and house a variety of life ranging from the aquatic to the migratory birds. Remove debris near Neela Hauz flyover in 2 months: High court tells PWD - Delhi - City - The Times of India
  6. Atul Patankar

    Farmhouse functions: HC seeks answers

    As reported at timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 27 May 2009 NEW DELHI: Irked with the violations of its guidelines on holding of functions in city farmhouses, the Delhi HC has decided to crack the whip. It has issued contempt notices against chiefs of MCD, DDA and Delhi Police, demanding an explanation. Justice Manmohan has asked for an explanation from these departments on why they shouldn't be hauled up for not checking marriage functions at farmhouses that take place in defiance of the guidelines. HC acted on a plea filed by Bhrashtachar Virodhi Sangathan. The petitioners alleged that there has been "deliberate and wilful disobedience'' of HC's orders. "Despite orders that farmhouses should be located at a distance of 60 feet from the main road, the civic agencies have allowed weddings to be held at venues that have not only flouted this rule but have even been on roads located at a dead end,'' the petitioners claimed. In November 2007, following a direction from the court, MCD had issued guidelines asking all farm houses to make the public roads free for traffic movement. Farm house owners were asked to have sufficient space for parking of vehicles belonging to guests within the premise. According to the guidelines, for marriage and other social/cultural functions, the use of public address system was banned after 10pm besides the restriction on use of noisy generator for power. The farmhouse owners were asked not to book the property for more than 120 times in an year. Alleging further violation, the petitioners complained through advocate Manjit Singh Ahluwalia that the MCD has not come clear on how many farmhouses are paying it the fee to get permission for holding functions. While the MCD, in response to an RTI plea gave a figure, the petitioners claim there are many farmhouses that have altered a part of their farmhouse into a motel and are holding functions in the garb of it being a motel. Source: Farmhouse functions: HC seeks answers - Delhi - Cities - The Times of India
  7. dear sir there is lot of unauthorized construction of 4th floor is going on in DDA SFS flats which has result in various threats like. 1. voilation of high court order which allow only A barsati on the roof terrace of the top floor in addition to mumty is allowed 2. Blocking the use of terrace by ground and 1st floor owners. 3. high scale corruption to construct such floors lot of bribe is paid to MCD ,DDA and POLICE officers . 4. Damaging the safety of structure . which was constructed to acumudate ground ,1st and 2nd floor. All the addition/alteration(s) and additional coverage will be governed by 5 basic principals: 1). There is no encroachment on the public land. 2). Structural stability of the building is ensured. 3). Light and ventilation of the habitable rooms is ensured as per the building byelaws. 4). There is no infringement of other's rights. 5). The service elements such as manhole, rainwater fittings, sanitary fittings etc. are not disturbed and remain exposed for periodical inspection and maintenance. none of these above principals apply to 4th floor construction FACTS: 1. Roof terraces are common spaces as defined by the MoUD to the parliament when the issue was raised during the Delhi Apartment Owners Bill 2. The DDA handbook allows for addition / alteration for increase in COVERED area, but the process of usurping the space on the roof terraces is an INCREASE IN THE PLINTH AREA of the top floor allottee. THE PLINTH AREA (as recorded in the title/sale/lease/registry deed as thats what one has paid for.) CANNOT BE INCREASED. none of department like DDA ,MCD AND POLICE are doing there duties to stop such construction. nor media or press is doing there part to publish such story
  8. Hi everyone, I just read on a blog that it takes 18 months for cases to be heard at CIC. With this new High Court ruling how much longer will it take? Delhi High Court quashes RTI Act,CIC Management Regulations 2007 Nov 27, 2009 – A division bench of the Delhi High Court comprising Justice B.D.Ahmed and Justice Veena Birbal today quashed the Central Information Commission (Management) Regulations 2007 while hearing India's longest running RTI battle the case of Er.Sarbajit Roy v. DDA. All Central RTI appeals will henceforth be heard by all 10 Information Commissions sitting jointly. In 2005 the complainant Er.Sarbajit Roy had moved India's first RTI case to India' FoI watchdog the Central Information Commission (CIC) complaining that the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) had failed to comply with proactive disclosure mandated under new India's Right to Information Act 2005. 4 years later on 22.09.2009 a twin bench of Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah and Information Commissioner M.L.Sharma found Roy's allegations to be true and constituted a 3 member committee to go into all aspect of servicing RTI Act throughout the DDA expeditiously. Roy challenging the appointment of the committee cited the Government of India's legal opinion to CIC for there to be no provision in law for CIC to form benches or committees to decide complaints. The DDA then approached the High Court and obtained a stay against all proceeding in Roy's complaint. The Court heard Er.Roy, standing senior counsel for CIC Prof. K.K.Nigam and standing counsel for DDA Adv. Ajay Verma at length over 2 days. The Court was astounded to learn that the CIC (Management) Regulations 2007 promulgated by CIC which permits setting up of benches and inquiry committees had never been notified in the gazette to have any legal effect. The Court while striking down the Regulations also interpreted section 12(4) of the RTI Act to be a "provision restricting the CIC's autonomy" and not as an enabling provision to frame notifications. Noting that the Department of Personnel (DOPT) had consistently refused to notify the CIC's wide roving regulations, the Court remarked "what was not done by Rules cannot now enter through the backdoor of these illegal regulations". Responding to the decision Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah said "It is highly impractical to expect the entire bench to hear every case together especially in the state commissions. We have asked them to provide an alternative, a system in place so that their demand could be considered". CPI Politburo leader Brinda Karat also hit out at the government over the Government demand to force CIC to only sit as a Full Bench in Parliament. "Who is the DoPT to make such demands, the CIC is an independent body. The government has no business getting involved in this." There are now concerns that attempts by the government to restrict the role of the CIC will lead to a massive delay in disposing cases. Already 26,000 cases are awaiting hearing at CIC with an 18 month backlog. The wait has just got longer. # # # Delhi High Court Infowire, an online website for advocates reporting daily hearings from Delhi High Court contributed by advocates who appeared
  9. As reported at indianexpress.com on Sept 16, 2009 New Delhi : High-ranking officials are among over 300 employees of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) who are facing anti-corruption cases, some of which are pending for more than two decades. Out of the total 305 cases, 167 were being investigated by its own Vigilance departments, 72 by Anti-Corruption Branch of Delhi Government and 66 were probed by the Central Bureau of Investigations. The corruption cases were pending against top officers like commissioner, directors, joint directors and deputy directors. Even the superintendent engineers and executive engineers were facing vigilance enquiries. A total of 39 junior engineers, 11 assistant engineers, six executive engineers and three superintendent engineers among others are found to be allegedly involved in graft charges. Surprisingly, 18 senior officials from DDA retired without completing the pending probe against them. The revelation came in response to an RTI filed by a social activist, Vivek Garg who sought details of pending corruption cases against DDA employees. "It is surprising to know that despite several measures, authorities at DDA have failed to curb the menace of corruption," Garg said. According to a senior official, the strength of Delhi Development Authority is about 22,000. Commissioner (Planning) Vijay Risbud, Directors V K Singhal and Jagdish Chander, Senior PS Ashok Kapoor, three Assistant Engineers Kapoil Deo, P S Rai, S C Verma and 15 junior engineers are among 66 officers against whom cases were registered by the CBI, the RTI reply said. Whereas, cases were also pending against R C Jain and A K Sharma, both Superintendent Engineers, who have been superannuated from the DDA, it said. Out of the total 72 cases registered by the Anti-Corruption Branch of Delhi Government, four were against assistant engineers and seven were against junior engineers. The cases were pending against Assistant Engineers S C Garg, Raghunandan, I S Panwar, Brijesh Kumar Garg and Junior Engineers Raj Kumar Malhotra, R C Jai, M S Anand, Kailash Chand Verma, Rajesh Kumar Baliyan, Sat Pal Dabas and Suresh Chand Solanki, the reply said. The Vigilance Departmental cases were also pending against P M Parate, Director, Joint Director Shashi Kant, Deputy Directors K K Marwah and J B Malik, Executive Engineers S N Paul, S S Bhalla, A K Goel, Lalit Kumar, I J Gupta, Vijay Kumar and Assistant Engineers Shyamlal Singh and B P Badolait, the RTI response said. Source: Over 300 DDA employees face corruption charges
  10. In a stinging order delievered by a full bench of the CIC, after the Principal Commissioner cum Secretary was also summoned, CIC has ordered an enquiry into the implementation of RTI (specially Sec 4 suo-motu disclosure) by the DDA. The Committee of enquiry will consist of: 1. Ms Shujata Chaturvedi, Director MoUD 2.Shri Dunu Roy, Hazards Centre, Delhi 3.Shri Pankaj KP Shreyaskar Jt Registrar, CIC, Member Secretary The full order is attached to this post. WB-22092009-01.pdf
  11. gaurav.wadhwa

    Plight of Parks in Delhi

    Hi, Why the parks in Delhi can be maintained. I'm the resident of Hari Nagar DDA LIG Flats (Hari Enclave) for last 20 years and have observed the poor inspection of such parks by higher authorities. It is not for the first time I thought of complaining this but could not thinking of nothing will happen. Lets see, if someone can take a notice of this permanent problem and take corrective actions. At times, whenever there is a VVIP visit, all of a sudden, a team of more than 12 people starts clean these parks and then it goes for a toss for next 1-2 years before the election comes. The local residents took self initiatives to keep them clean but they could not spend money wherever that was required. Please do something boss. We are actually living in slum. The movement I leave my house, the street of full of street dogs, garbage, dirty parks, no footpath to walk (already occupied by local shop owners) and so on....
  12. Anushka

    Dda rti

    Is it possible to ask for RTI query from DDA via email / by post ? If yes, how do I pay ? OR Do I have to visit DDA office personally to apply ?
  13. DDA, Delhi Police top list of RTI queries in capital AS reported in Economic Times, Jun, 2008, 1109 hrs IST, IANS NEW DELHI: People in the capital seem to be most unhappy with the ways of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and Delhi Police, if the number of applications made under the Right to Information (RTI) Act is any indication. According to figures compiled by Kabir, an NGO working on RTI, the capital's land management agency received 12,970 RTI applications from October 2005 to December 2007 and Delhi Police 12,229 during the same period. "We filed RTI applications in various departments of Delhi to understand the growth and trend of the RTI Act in the national capital since it was notified in 2005," Neeraj Kumar, who works with Kabir, said. "Delhi Police and DDA received maximum applications, which clearly implies that people face maximum problems at these places," he said. The other top government bodies in Delhi that received a large number of RTI applications are the education department (4,175), the food supplies and consumer affairs department (2,535), the Delhi Jal Board (1,698) and the office of the commissioner of industries (1,496). "The process of getting this data was not smooth at all. Several departments didn't give us any data and we have filed a first appeal. We are still pursuing those applications," Kumar added. As far as the lowest number of RTI applications is concerned, the chit fund department got only 13 applications. Other departments receiving fewer applications are planning (17), archaeology (25), Home Guards and civil defence (34) and public works department (57), the data shows. According to the RTI Act, if an applicant does not get the required information, he or she can file a first appeal in the same department with a senior official. However, if he is not satisfied with that reply, he can file a second appeal at the Information Commission. In cases that needed first appeals, Delhi Police topped the list. "Delhi Police received the highest number of first appeals at 1,177 followed by the education department (447), Delhi Jal Board (260), DDA (258), the department of training and technical education (251) and the transport department (122)," said Kumar. Delhi Police were again leading the list of cases where second appeals were filed. The number of second appeals filed against Delhi Police, DDA, the education department, the department of training and technical education, Delhi Jal Board and the food supplies and consumer affairs department are respectively 135, 81, 59, 45, 20 and 14. "We analysed the data and found that departments like Delhi Police, DDA, the education department and Jal Board are those where a common man in Delhi faces maximum problems," said Kumar. On data regarding RTI applications before the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, Kumar said: "We have received some data from MCD and a part is awaited. It is huge and will take a lot of time in compilation." DDA, Delhi Police top list of RTI queries in capital- Politics/Nation-News-The Economic Times
  14. crabking

    DDA Scam

    Dear All as you all know about the DDA flat scam, there are more then 5 lakh application were collected by DDA and around 5500 were the person who got the name in the result list. out of them few were gone to the persons who involved in the scam but what about the rest of the persons who is not involve in the scam. why the inocent people is questioned by the DDA and EOW and police? if they are finding some fraud in the Draw then why dont they canceled the draw insted of making it pening for years? what will happend if police take 4-5 month the solve this scam while most of them arranged 1.5 lakh and paid the intrest to the BANK? why police focused on 5500 allotte why not 5.5 lakh application? there is so much questions and the allotte want to know? can any one answer plese.?
  15. santosh742598

    Dda housing 2008

    I would like to know how i can find out whether only the eligible persons name will appear in the list of allottees in the list of dda housing scheme 2008 which may come tomorrow. I believe most of them must have house in their name or in their relatives name which is a strong case for their denial but they will submit an affidative to dda stating that they dont possess any house in delhi region. Please help. I want to file a rti question in that effect to record holding authority as well as dda but i sont know in what language. Hope u will guide me.
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