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A list of 88 people recently approved as freedom fighters eligible for pension and other benefits in Maharashtra is said to include three, including two women, who are deceased, an RTI query revealed here on Thursday. They figure in the list of 88 freedom fighters till July 5, which was recently approved by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, including 52 from a single district Beed, approved on a single day, said RTI activist Anil Galgali. "The same list of Beed has three names, including two women... Shambhaji Ambuji Khande, Janabai Laxman Yewle and Jalsubai Tukaram Bhosale... who have died long ago. Now their descendents are pursuing the claims on the pension windfall which runs into several lakhs of rupees," Galgali told IANS.Read more at; List of freedom fighters included three deceased! | Business Standard News
rti happenings: Karnataka: Deceased IAS officer DK Ravi was planning raids on big developers, RTI query reveals
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaSocial activist and whistleblower Ganesh S Koundiny on Tuesday claimed that IAS officer DK Ravi, who died in mysterious circumstances, was planning raids on some big developers to unearth commercial tax evasion. Read at: Deceased IAS officer DK Ravi was planning raids on big developers, RTI query reveals | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
kumar_a2007 posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportHello, Can a Job of father passed on to son and then deceased son's job passed on to grandson(second generation) can this happen in India post jobs
amar.k posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportFirst time RTI applicant (have not submitted yet). So, please bear with my long post. I've also added a little background so that if someone knows how exactly to proceed in this scenario it will be helpful for me. Background info: My mother was a Bihar Govt health department employee working in rural PHC (primary health centre). She passed away while still in service (6 months remaining). I am her only child. I enquired with the concerned PHC regarding how to claim her service benefits (I hope that's what it is called) e.g. GPF, Insurance etc (I don't even know what are the items). The PHC then asked me to submit an application along with some documents which I did and then they asked for another set of documents after 6 months and it went on for 3 times more. Finally 6 months ago (my mother passed away 3 years ago) they asked me to submit the succession certificate. Now, when I went to a court (as I came to know it's issued by district civil court) I came to know I need to hire a lawyer for that and when I did that the lawyer asked me the amount and he told me that there will be court fee for that amount so the amount and particulars are very much required. I went back to PHC where they said they won't be able to tell me the amount or particulars and sent me to PHC. I even went to the district treasury office and they told me that PHC will give me this info (a clerk suggested that I should rather pay a % and get it cleared because there's no guarantee I'll get the amount even after getting succession certificate). So now what are my options? (kindly help me draft it properly with proper language and terms). What do I ask for in the RTI application? How do I draft it? I am planning this in following manner (is it al right?) - [i will ask for these informations]: Q1. Please provide all the service benefits (total against each particular/category/item and also a grand total) that I shall receive as the sole successor of my deceased mother. (note: I am listing some particulars. Please mention total amount against each particular one by one and mention any other particular that I have not mentioned here - as I am not aware of it - and then also mention amount against that particular: GPF Gratuity Insurance (and/or LIC or any kind(s) of insurance) Leave encashment (for 300 days - as per my knowledge) (all kinds of) Arrears (of all kind - e.g. for promotion etc. - each kind/category/particular listed as separate item with total amount amount along with details and period for which it is supposed to be paid) As mentioned above please also provide any other item/particular/category of service benefit that I have not been able to mention here but is payable to me and/or she had earned it. [*]Q2. Please also list all the documents that I need to provide to receive all the service benefits mentioned above (and the ones that I have not been able to mention but you shall add to the list). As of now I've submitted all the required documents, asked by you over the time. The only one that is pending, according to you, is succession certificate which I will submit after getting it issued with the help of the above mentioned mandatory information received from you. [*]What information do I need to provide in that RTI application along with my questions? As far as I know there was no employee ID given to my mother. Even PHC letter referred to her by her name and her post at the TOD. [*]Where do I send that application to - PHC in-charge medical officer (because I didn't see any information officer there or any officer at all - the peon said he is "cum Information officer), or district civil surgeon office or treasury, or some other office, or to somewhere in state capital Patna? [Note: After I submitted application I have been receiving registered letters from PHC health officer for certificates). [*]Can I send the letter in English instead of Hindi? I am using an on-line portal for application which restricts the application to English language. Can they reject the application because of language? [*]Can I CC a RTI application to a higher office? Or can I submit the same application to more than one office? [*]I do not have email address of that PHC? Is there any Bihar Govt portal where I can find it? [*]What if they simply say they didn't receive the application? Can I attach sth with my letter for confirmation that the postman will be forced to get signed by someone at the time of receipt? Or it's not required? [*]What if someone contacts me from that office directly regarding my application as they have my phone number and I've theirs? Should I simply say that I would rather accept their response to my application officially in proper manner as per mandated by RTI Act? [*]Is there anything else that I am missing (especially for such cases)? PS. I've tried emailing many officials from those Bihar government website directories regarding these issues. Didn't receive a response regarding these questions. Most of the emails just bounced. Thanks, amar.
wjdsouza posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportWhat is the procedure to transfer the title,in cases where property is jointly held, to the heirs of a deceased owner. The situation as follows: A house (bungalow type) in Maharashtra is jointly owned by 2 brothers and 2 sisters. The exsiting title holders agreed in writing (and notarised ) that each would occupy one quarter of the jointly held property. In case anyone of them dies, they would respect the will of the deceased to inherit the share (i.e. a quarter) One of the 4 holders is now deceased, and the other 3 parties are agreeable to having the title amended to include the heirs of the deceased. what is the procedure to make this happen? Thank you
My in-laws had a MIS with my wife. Suddenly my father-in-law expired. My mother-in-law wanted to take out some money as the per head limit is getting crossed. The PO is not allowing this stating that there are rules. She is a lone woman and is being made to run from pillar to post. She is afraid to complain for repercussion as she is ddependant on this money. What should we do to bring the PO to task ?