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GURGAON: The MCG has ordered a probe against one of its contractors, who allegedly submitted forged documents to obtain a sanitation contract for five years. The fact was revealed through an RTI reply. According to officials, the firm was awarded the contract to operate and maintain the sewerage system in the old city for a five-year term at a cost of Rs 28 crore. " This firm, in its application, had claimed that it worked with Delhi Jal Board and was also in charge of operations and maintenance of 7MLD sewage treatment plants, a condition which was required for the contract," said a senior official. Read more at: MCG agency under scanner for forgery - The Times of India
karira posted a topic in RTI in Media[h=1]City bar council slaps notice on Tomar, to probe forgery claims[/h] Spelling more trouble for Delhi law minister Jitender Singh Tomar, the Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) has issued notice to him on a complaint alleging that he used forged and fabricated documents to enroll himself as an advocate. Honorary secretary Puneet Mittal said the council was holding an independent inquiry due to the seriousness of the allegation. The council has asked Tomar to come up with an explanation by March 20. The Delhi High Court had on Friday decided to scrutinise the authenticity of Tomar’s law degree even as the petitioner in the case sought to withdraw his petition that had made similar allegations. Mittal said that the BCD initiated the inquiry after it received a complaint from advocate Ripudaman Singh Bhardwaj against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader seeking cancellation of his registration and initiation of criminal proceedings. He said the complaint was filed after an RTI query to Dr Ram Manohar Lahia Avadh University, where Tomar had claimed to have obtained an undergraduate degree in science, revealed that it did not have any records of granting any degree to him. The RTI reply, a copy of which is with HT, clearly says that Tomar’s degree, marksheet, and roll number are “completely fake”. “The Bar is of the view that the allegations are prima facie serious. If Tomar fails to give plausible explanation on the issue, we might also register an FIR. However, future course of action will be taken after his appearance,” Mittal said. The complaint received by the Bar said Tomar did not submit his provisional LLB degree nor his attendance certificate while enrolling as an advocate. It said non-submission of requisite documents “show that essential norms as framed by Bar Council of India (BCI) for enrollment purpose have not been complied with”. If the allegations are found to be correct, Tomar will not only lose his licence to practice as an advocate but will also face charges of forgery. If the degrees and certificates turn out to be fake and if Tomar had submitted the same set of documents with the Election Commission while filing his candidature he may lose his seat too. In 2013, the Delhi High Court had said that a false affidavit by a candidate at the time of filing of nomination papers is a ground for setting aside his/her election. Read More: City bar council slaps notice on Tomar, to probe forgery claims
Joseph devanathan posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportRespected friends this is Joseph S/O G.Yacob, a senior citizen. The property owned by our forefathers was illegally registered by Political influenced real estate men , a retired Air force employee with his sons. The Retired Air force person has changed his name during his service from G.Daniel to G.Dayanithi in his Gazette. But during land registration he used both the names to sign and in some places (majority) he used his old name G.Daniel; When we applied to get his personnel and gazetted details Air force is not giving the sorted information.. here are the questions, 1. Copy of all documents produced by Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420, when he joined in Indian Air force, Avadi Station. 2. State fathers name of Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420,with his father’s initial and give copy of all related supporting documents. 3. If Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 had transferred /changed his name means. Please state his earlier name with his father’s name and give copy of all documents. 4. Please give copy of Gazette copies which were submitted by Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 at your office while changing his name. 5. Copy of community certificate produced by Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 at your office. 6. Please state the number of time Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 had changed his name and give the copy of documents. 7. State the dependents name of Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 and give copy of documents. 8. Copy of request submitted by Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 to change his name as per Gazette in the service record. 9. State the date of name changed by Mr.Dayanithi, Moulder ‘Hs’ Personnel No – 18420 THE REPLY: The information is protected from disclosure under section 8(1)(j)of the RTI Act 2005; Now they asked us to appeal to Appellate Authority, Can anyone kindly guide us how to appeal to get the details which i mentioned above....thank you so much ; [emails not permitted here]
Dear sir My father bought 50 nos. of SBI equity shares @ Rs.100 on 25.02.94, in the following names : 1. S.R.Ghosh 2. Pratima Ghosh 3. Subhashis Ghosh Now, at December,2009, we applied for transfer this to S.R. Ghosh's demat a/c. But, the form was filled up by the share broker named Amit Vyas and signed by my father S.R.Ghosh. So we were not aware in which name he transferred the shares. Till date we have not got those shares in our account. We need the detail updated information about the folio no. SB 1258537 to launch FIR and legal action against that share broker named Amit Vyas. Regards Subhashis Ghosh (son of S.R.Ghosh) ph : (Posting of mail ids/mob no. is against RTI India - Forum Rules - hence deleted)
Dear Sir, We have raised our issue with Reliance Securities Ltd. with SEBI, NSE and BSE, and non of the agency/institution are taking up the matter by saying that this does not belong to us, since the broker does not register us as a "authorised person" "The matter cannot be taken for arbitration by exchanges" since the "standard agreement for authorised person does not have a arbitration clause". Whereas, the Reliance Securities themselves accepting the mistake and offered us to settle the same (though verbally) by paying us lump sump money as marketing expenses which we did not accept. There is valid agreement signed and there is a small payout and all proofs of their various communications are available with us and can be downloaded for your review. Link for all the relevant docs and agreement. Hotfile.com: One click file hosting: Rel_docs.rar Hotfile.com: One click file hosting: agreements.zip In brief our issue: 1) We applied for franchisee on 25 Oct '10 with Reliance Securities Ltd and submitted all the necessary papers asked by them as well as signed the authorized person agreement. 2) On 9th Nov, we receive a partner code "134320001" from them and accordingly we started the business activities such as accounts opening, moving some of our accounts to our code and generated brokerage/commission from this day. 3) On 21st Dec we receive a mail asking additional document form 32 from us, on asking why this is required, "their reply was our application has been with SEBI and NSE and this document got missed out in processing by them" 4) As per above we started the process of getting the same, meanwhile we asked them for payout since almost 2 months passed by and we generated almost Rs. 1 lac brokerage through various accounts. 5) On 8th Feb, they made a first payout of Rs. 936/- through ECS in our bank, on asking them why the payout was such a low amount, they replied that we are paid 10% commission / brokerage on limit cards, and our understanding was of 50% sharing. We understand that nobody in the world will work for 10% commission in this industry. 6) As per above, we escalated this issue to their senior management, unfortunately no response, we also asked them to share the copy of agreement, which we rec'd from them, however they removed the schedule 3 of supplementary agreement which details the brokerage/ commission sharing. 7) In approximately four months period, we generated approx. 1.5 lac of brokerage and to do this we have spent Rs. 75,000 in business development and Rs. 2 lac in salary & infra and commission rec'd by us Rs. 936/- and our deposit is still with them. Sir, our question is what is our fault ?????? they are registered broker and signed an agreement, made a payout and still nobody want to take up our case. Thanking you, Sincerely Manoj K Agrawal For Pioneer Financial & Management Services Ltd.
Atul Patankar posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported at www.hindu.com on 06 March 2009 New Delhi (PTI): The CIC office has come under controversy as serious allegations of forgery, committed by its staff, have been levelled by a former RAW official Maj Gen V K Singh, who is facing charges of violating the Officials Secrets Act. In a complaint to Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah, Maj. Gen. Singh alleged that his handwriting was forged on the attendance sheet, showing him present, during an in-camera CIC hearing in which he was not allowed to appear. "I was surprised to find that my name has been shown among those who attended the hearing..." he said in his complaint. He came to know about the alleged forgery when he filed an RTI in the office of CIC to know why he was debarred from attending the hearing. The reply sent by Deputy Secretary in CIC's office Pankaj K P Shreyaskar enclosed the attendance sheet, which had his name. The sheet has to be filled up before the hearing by each individual present in their own hand. Maj. Gen. Singh, who authored "India's External Intelligence: Secrets of RAW", alleged in his complaint that someone had forged his handwriting on the attendance sheet. He asked Habibullah to compare the attendance entry with the previous ones which he had made himself. Source: The Hindu News Update Service