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Hello, I am residing in pratap vihar ghaziabad, its a builder floor which have G+2 floor with basement Parking, we have flat on 2nd floor with roof rights. Now everywhere we are getting news, GDA alow to construct 4th floor. Please suggest, really GDA approve 4th floor construction, if yes then are we eligible for do construction of roof. Regards
doctorheal posted a question in Ask for RTI Supporti want to know the status of lockers in state bank of india/shalimar garden ghaziabad,uttar pradesh/prof(ex)capt atul verma.
Anirudhpal posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportSir, i want to know that to which pio i hv to send the rti application for the social welfare department of uttar pradesh and where do i hv to submit the fee for an rti.
vkgarg posted a topic in Post your RTI Success herehttp://www.rti.india.gov.in/cic_decisions/CIC_SG_C_2011_000233_12936Penalty_T_62921.pdf
vkgarg posted a topic in Discussions on RTI:confused:What possibly can be the reason for this? Kindly check and let me know immidiately. Secretary CIC ----- Original Message ----- From: garg Vinod Kumar (Posting of mail ids & mob. no. is against Forum Rules -hence deleted) Date: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 2:52 pm Subject: Re: Non Receipt of ID No./Complaint Number with respect to my complaint before Central Information Commission . To: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Honorable Sir, > Since no reply has been received so far in this matter kindly look into the matter, > and acknowledge the my complaint as well. > Thanks and regards, > V.K. Garg > From: garg Vinod Kumar XXXXXXXXXX > To: email@example.com > Sent: Sat, 11 December, 2010 10:18:11 PM > Subject: Non Receipt of ID No./Complaint Number with respect to my complaint before Central Information Commission . > > Hon'ble Sir, > This has the reference of my complaint addressed to Central Information Commission, August Kranti Bhawan,Bhikaji Kama Place, New Delhi sent by me by speed post on 7.10.2010 from Ghaziabad City to The Registrar,CIC,August Kranti Bhawan,Bhikaji Kama Place, New Delhi ( Copy of receipt of PO attached herewith). > In this connection i would like to bring into your kind notice that even after 2 months period i have not received any communication from your office regarding it's receipt or ID No./Complaint number allotted to my complaint (The copy of my complaint is also annexed herewith please.) > Therefore, kindly direct the concerned official to locate my complaint and issue me ID No. so that i may pursue my complaint further with CIC. > With Regards, > V.K Garg > complainant, > Address: R-6/5 C, Raj Nagar, > GHAZIABAD. > Mob: XXXXXXXXXX Even after the remarks /observation on email by seceratary to his subordinate could not yield any result and so finally i sent another following message to secretary cic on 17.01.2011>>>>> Honorable Sir, Still no information available and a reasonable period has already been gone. Should i forward a photocopy of my complaint for consideration as i am not getting any relief from the Public Information Officer/First Appellate Authority of NDMC. Thanks and Regards, V.K Garg Still no reply??????????? .
prbhat_gen posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportMy mother took the appointment for filing her passport application from Passport's website and was scheduled to appear in PO, Ghaziabad on 17/04/2008 at 11:30 AM vide their application no. GZBI00354108. But she was not allowed to enter the office by the security. In continuation to their above act I send them a FAX on the same day, i.e. 17/04/2008, stating that my mother is not being allowed to enter the PO. But no response was extended by the PO and my mother had to return back without her application being entertained. Again on 24/04/2008 my mother managed to file her application in person at PO, Ghaziabad. The application was supported by the verification certificate of a Group Captain, AF. She attached a DD of Rs. 2,000/- with the application, but she was compelled to deposit a cash of Rs. 2,500/- as the tatkal fees. On PO's website it was been displayed that the passport was ready on 29/04/2008. But they didn't send the passport till date. Again on 01/05/2008 we send a FAX to PO, Ghaziabad asking the reason for detaining the passport which went unreplied. The copy of the fax is attached herewith. On 03/05/2008 we asked them some information under RTI 2005. The copy is attached herewith. Please guide what to do next ? Also on 24/04/2008 she was allotted a new file no. by PO, Ghaziabad rita goyal.doc rita goyal 2.doc
As reported by Peeyush Khandelwal at hindustantimes.com on June 16, 2009 Over 200 acres near Hindon river on GT Road have lost 6,000 trees in the last 3 years. And continued dumping and burning of garbage and disposal of sewage water into the lush dense forest area continues unabated. What is worse is that due to no legal action against the officials concerned, another approximate 30,000 trees from the same area are endangered now. The Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC) had developed the area as a city forest from year 2002 to 2005 and had spent around Rs 4 crore on it. The startling information of this devastation was revealed through a municipal file noting, copies of which were made available to the media by Rajendra Tyagi, a municipal councillor and an RTI activist. Tyagi said as many as 150 trucks of garbage are dumped into the green belt every day. This coupled with burning of garbage has led to loss of thousands of trees. “The garbage dumping area is increasing daily. Large patches of green-cover have already vanished and the remaining is filled with sewage water up to 4 feet deep,” Tyagi said. Over two lakh trees of different varieties, including Mango, Guava, Amaltaas, Neem, Jamun, Peepal, Banyan, etc., were planted between 2002 and 2005. The gross neglect by the authorities tantamount to clear violations of Supreme Court order, which prohibit setting up of any waste-disposal site within a radius of eight-kilometres from an airport/air base to avoid bird-hit accidents. The dumping of garbage attracts a large number of scavenger birds, which pose a potential threat to low-flying aircrafts operating out of the Hindon Air Base, barely 5-6 kms from the site. Municipal Commissioner Ajay Shanker Pandey said he would be able to comment only after going through the municipal file. The municipal corporation’s Horticulture Department in-charge AK Singh said, “We are trying to stop garbage dumping and other illegal activities in the area to save the trees.” Source: 6,000 trees under garbage- Hindustan Times
Atul Patankar posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported by Nivedita Khandekar at www.hindustantimes.com on June 2 2009 He fits the bill of a common man… a self-employed youth from a middle-class family. But the onerous task that he has taken on himself makes 30-year-old Sachin Soni uncommon. And the tool for this youth — from the neighbouring National Capital Region town of Ghaziabad — is the information he seeks under the Right to Information (RTI) Act. For instance, thanks to his crusade with the help of RTI applications, children from as many as 143 of the 174 schools in the district, which earlier had only one teacher, now have at least two teachers. Soni is a founder member of the non-governmental organisation Jan Jagruti Abhiyan, which works to promote the use of RTI. “Health and education … these are the two basic things that can mar or improve your life. So I decided to focus of these facilities,” Soni, who works as a dealer in a second-hand sale-purchase unit for two-wheelers, told Hindustan Times. A 2003 government order said schools under the basic education department should have a minimum of two and a maximum of three teachers. Of the 680 basic education schools in the district, there were 174 with a single teacher whereas there were 92 with four teachers. Soni started with an RTI to find out the student-teacher ratio (September 2008), and also sought to know whose responsibility it was to ensure that this rule is followed (October 2008). Then, when the RTI reply came, he filed a complaint to the higher-ups (January 2009). Of the 174 schools with just a teacher each, 143 now have two teachers. But that is not all. “Once this is taken care of fully, my next target will be middle schools,” Soni, who himself is only a Class XII pass, said. His other pursuit, an RTI application about a quack, resulted in threats to his life. “When I filed the RTI, the officials did not just reply to me but also leaked my number. He (the quack) and some other person threatened me on the phone,” Soni said. “But such things won’t stop me from my goal,” he added in the same breath Source: Ghaziabad man goes RTI way to improve health, education- Hindustan Times