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discussions: SIC Punjab dismissed RTI appeal, ban for future hearing & give Police complaint for misbehavior.
skmishra1970 posted a topic in Discussions on RTIState Information Commissioner (SIC) Punjab Mr. Surinder Awasthi on 27-01-2015 has dismissed RTI Complaint Case No. 151 of 2014 with a remarks that :- "In the light of the foregoing, the instant case is closed and disposed of with a direction that no further complaints/ appeals or requests under RTI be entertained from the said complainant." not only this, SIC Punjab also register a complaint with local police authority at Sector-17 Chandigarh Police Station alleging misbehavior by the complainant and his indiscipline, foul language during the hearing. Copy of SIC Punjab order dated 27-1-15 is enclosed with some news reports. If Right to Information is our Fundamental Rights (as ruled by Hon'ble Supreme Court), than whether SIC has a power to block it ? or to use non-standard behavior towards the complainant / appellant ? SIC Pb. Final Orders_27-1-15(HS).doc Police Complaint by SIC Pb - face2news.pdf Police Complaint by SIC - Punjab Kesri.pdf
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaMUMBAI: The police will provide protection to over a dozen RTI activists. Those who attend court for cases and whose RTI pleas are being considered in courts will be given priority, said a senior IPS officer. "It's a precautionary measure. We have identified over a dozen RTI activists but don't want to disclose their identity. There should not be any threat to them and hence, protection to them has been decided," said the officer. Read at: Police to give protection to RTI activists - The Times of India
Police to give protection to RTI activists MUMBAI: The police will provide protection to over a dozen RTI activists. Those who attend court for cases and whose RTI pleas are being considered in courts will be given priority, said a senior IPS officer. "It's a precautionary measure. We have identified over a dozen RTI activists but don't want to disclose their identity. There should not be any threat to them and hence, protection to them has been decided," said the officer.Activist Chetan Kothari told TOI that the police had approached him. "Policemen have been visiting my building for a week now. They inquire about my well being and return. Today, two cops from the special branch told me that I will be given two armed police personnel for my protection," he said. Times of India News .
The orders of the CIC are as under : File No.CIC/SA/A/2014/000004 56. The Commission recommends the Government of India, states and Union Territories, besides the respondent authority in this case, to take necessary steps to enforce the right to information, i.e., forcing the private hospitals to give medical records of the patients on day to day basis, because this daily disclosure will prevent undesirable practices of altering records after damage caused to patient. Forcing the private hospitals to provide daily wise medical records will also act as a check on some hospitals from resorting to extortionist, inhuman and ruthless business of prescribing unnecessary diagnostic tests, unnecessary surgical operations, caesarean deliveries, unwarranted angioplasties, inserting stents, without need, or of substandard nature, or putting low quality stent while collecting price of high quality stent, and several such malpractices amounting to medical terrorism, etc. They should not be allowed to such malpractices with all impunity and get away without any legal consequences as if there is an absolute immunity. The Government, Medical Council of India and the health regulatory has to see that licence to practice medicine will not become licence to kill and extort and come to the rescue of helpless patients. CIC_SA_A_2014_000004_T_151517.pdf
Hello sir I need help. I have applied for first appeal. Within how many days hearing should be done? If the hearing results on my favor, with in how many days PIO should give the information from the hearing date? Thanks.