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  1. Sunny lal

    ECI RTI Online Portal Launch

    Election Commission of India RTI Online Portal at https://rti.eci.nic.in
  2. Sunny lal

    ECI RTI ONline Portal Inauguration

    Launch of Election Commission of India RTI Online Portal
  3. Chief Election Commissioner Sh. O.P. Rawat, Election Commissioners Sh. Sunil Arora and Shri Ashok Lavasa launched the online RTI Portal of Election Commission of India on 06.06.2018 The online portal facilitates applicants seeking information under the Right to Information Act. The portal can be accessed by the general public on the Home Page of the Commission’s website `eci.nic.in ’ by clicking on `Online RTI’. There is also online payment gateway for making payment of requisite fees under the RTI Act. The portal also facilitates an online reply to applications and also for making first appeal and reply thereto. There will be timely notification alerts to RTI applicant via SMS and E-Mail. Applicants seeking information from the Commission under the RTI Act can make use of the online portal. The offline mode of applications will also simultaneously continue. The website of online RTI Portal of Election Commission of India is https://rti.eci.nic.in . ECI will stop accepting Online RTI from the DoPT Portal and the only online mode will be through ECI own portal. Factly has done the review of the ECI RTI Portal. Kindly go through it here . login-rti.mov PN42_06062018.pdf
  4. Delhi High Court has sought the response of Bar Council of India, the poll panel and an AAP candidate for the Delhi assembly polls, on a plea alleging that he got himself enrolled as an advocate on the basis of a "false and bogus" graduation degree. Sharma has said he had filed a Right to Information (RTI) application in Awadh University regarding Tomar's degree and a response was received that the AAP candidate was not granted a science degree. Read more at: Row Over Degree: HC Notice to AAP Candidate, ECI and BCI
  5. Hello , I want to know assests declared by our constitution MLA at the time of 2009 elections. When can i find this information.
  6. The “Ugly face” of the ECI: Arrest of Hari Prasad for “sting demonstration” The following story is very disturbing. I urge the RTI Activists to file RTI Applications with all those matters in this case to expose their designs. This is a another blow to the "Whistle-Blower". Please read on... Today, at wee hours Maharashtra police landed up at the residence of Hari Prasad in Hyderabad, a technologist and Technical coordinator of VeTA to arrest him. The arrest was made on the flimsy charge of ‘theft of EVM’ used for vulnerability demonstration by Hari Prasad and a team of security researchers that included Alex Halderman, professor of computer science, University of Michigan and Rop Gonggrijp, a security researcher from Netherlands along with a team of their colleagues. Earlier, police came to Hyderabad in the first week of August and recorded a statement on the EVM they had used for exposing the vulnerability of EVMs. They summoned him to Mumbai for further questioning. Hari Prasad could not go as he was busy with his professional work. Then, the sudden arrest happened this morning. Over the past one year, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has been lying blatantly and willfully to ensure continued use of EVMs at all costs. It attributed all kinds of qualities to its EVMs: “totally tamper proof, perfect, fail safe and requiring no improvement” etc. etc. When Hari Prasad agreed to meet the ECI’s challenge to demonstrate tamperability of EVMs, the ECI backed out imposing silly, unscientific restrictions. To call the ECI’s bluff, Hari Prasad and team have demonstrated the tamperability of EVMs on an EVM made available to them. This is like a sting operation carried out by media organizations. If the stings done by media are a legitimate method of information gathering, so is this sting demonstration. There cannot be separate standards for separate groups. In both cases, public interest is paramount. Moreover, the world over this is the practice followed by security researchers to expose vulnerabilities of absurd claims of “perfect” and “tamper proof” electronic voting systems. The details of this sting demonstration are available at www.indiaEVM.org For the ECI, the following developments threatening EVM exit seem to have caused unbearable stress. - 13 political parties had written to the ECI in April expressing concerns about the reliability of EVMs and urging the ECI to organize an All-party meeting. The ECI has not responded to this request so far. - In Telangana bypoll held last month to 12 assembly constituencies, the TRS had fielded a large number of dummy candidates to avoid use of EVMs. The ECI was thus forced to use ballot papers in 5 of the 12 constituencies where byolls were held. - Last week, international experts in computer security have concluded in a workshop held in Washington D.C on August 9 and 10 that the Indian EVMs do not provide the security, verifiability, or transparency adequate for confidence in election results, the Election Commission of India. (Read the letter here: http://www.usenix.org/events/evtwote10/final-letter-eci.pdf) This workshop was attended by ECI’s expert committee chairman P.V. Indiresan and election commissioner Dr. Alok Shukla. Along with these ECI’s representatives, I had also participated in a panel discussion with these ECI representatives. ECI’s arguments were completely trashed by an independent team of security researchers. The audio of the panel discussion can be heard at this link: http://josephhall.org/misc/indian-evm-panel-evtwote.mp3 All the above developments have clearly unnerved the Election Commission. On August 10, the ECI had invited V.V.Rao, National Coordinator of VeTA along with Hari Prasad to discuss about the vulnerabilities of Indian EVMs. The chief election commissioner S.Y. Quraishi and commissioner V.S. Sampath have sought suggestions from Hari Prasad on how the EVMs could be strengthened. They said that they were willing to make improvements and are keen to understand what all improvements were needed. Reliable sources tell us that the Election Commission of India had pressurized the Maharashtra police to press for Hari Prasad’s arrest on charges of stealing the EVM used for exposing the vulnerability of EVMs. The ECI’s intent becomes evident from the fact that they had instructed the police not to share a copy of the FIR with Hari Prasad to deny him an opportunity to move an anticipatory bail application. Hari Prasad did mange to get a copy of the FIR later but decided to court arrest if necessary rather than seek anticipatory bail. What is the Election Commission of India trying to do? Does it think that it can intimidate critics of EVMs? What interests is the ECI trying to protect by resorting to such repressive actions? Has the Election Commission of India got skeletons in its cupboards that it is seeking to protect any damaging disclosures? Worldwide, vulnerabilities of electronic voting systems are exposed in exactly the same manner as was done by researchers in India. Nowhere have the election bodies used such repressive steps to intimidate critics. With its desperate actions, the ECI stands totally exposed and is betraying signs of losing the “EVM battle”. While earlier the ECI seemed only guilty of being ignorant about the vulnerabilities of EVMs, the latest actions raise question marks about the integrity and intent of the ECI. In the ongoing battle for reform the ballot (voting) system, fast paced developments are expected in the coming weeks. In the face of this adversity, as we double our efforts on all fronts, there is unstinted support forthcoming from all quarters. Finally, the stage is now set for a renewed legal battle in the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. With all the evidence now available and the statements from experts in computer security, defending the EVMs is becoming as difficult for the ECI as the unbridled bungling in Common Wealth Games (CWG). This entry was posted on Saturday, August 21st, 2010 at 3:14 PM and is filed under EVM Vulnerabilities. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
  7. As reported by S. Anandan at hindu.com on July 19, 2009 Kochi: Should you seek information from the Centre through a Right to Information (RTI) petition, you better be conversant in all Indian languages. Even so, chances are you may still not get what you have asked for. M.K. Haridas of The Proper Channel petitioned the Election Commission of India (ECI) for information on the sum accrued by the government by way of forfeited security deposits of candidates in the 2004 and 2009 general elections. For want of nation-wide data on the same, the ECI promptly forwarded the request, as per Section 6(3) of the RTI Act, to election commissions in all States and Union Territories. They, in turn, forwarded it to district administrations from where it was dutifully passed on to tehsil headquarters. Each office took religious care to acknowledge Mr. Haridas’ application and he has received over 150 such missives from various States to date, many of them in unfamiliar lingo. The money so far spent by these offices on postal stamp: Rs. 3,500. A few of them contained local-level data, but he couldn’t decipher them as even the figures were in vernacular. Postmen at the local post office here, too, had a horrid time sorting the communiqués for delivery as more often than not the address on the envelope, scrawled in Oriya, Gujarati and the like, wouldn’t make any sense to them. Surprises just didn’t stop there. While a letter from Himachal Pradesh demanded that Mr. Haridas remit Rs. 2 at the Shimla Treasury for the required information (they spent Rs. 35 on postal stamp to intimate him), a message from the Cabinet (Election) Department of Jharkhand was even more perplexing. It asked him to pay Rs. 1,680 per man hour together put in by the 14 Returning Officers in the State for compiling the requisite data. “One man day includes one full working day for an office staff bearing Pay Band-II (Rs. 9,300-Rs. 34,800) + Grade Pay (Rs. 4200) + DA-22%. Mean one day pay of 26 working days would be Rs. 940 per day or Rs. 120 per man hour of 8 hours working day. You may deposit the above estimated amount by demand draft,” read the letter in awful English. This defeats the rationale of the RTI Act, argues Mr. Haridas. Source: The Hindu : National : Bureaucrats send RTI petition for a jaunt
  8. Dear Friends Elections are round the corner in various States w.e.f Nov 2008. Nominations are already underway. Its our right to know each and every and the best was is RTI Act. Election Commission of India has it all- Election Commission India So don't hesitate to miss to ask anything that wrong in the candidate as its VOTERS right Don't miss to be the most informed voters in the biggest democratic movement thats INDIA. Abhinav ...I never missed to VOTE
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