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In continuation to our earlier report at our forum here http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/33870-pm-meet-advani-tuesday-decide-new-central-information-commission-head.html, Mumbai, Nov 1 (PTI) Noted social activist Anna Hazare is among those who have proposed the name of Kiran Bedi, India's first woman IPS officer, for the post of Chief Central Information Commissioner (CCIC). "I sent the letter to the PM two days ago. Right to Information (RTI) activist Magsaysay award winner Arvind Kejriwal told me he is also sending a similar letter," Hazare told PTI over phone from Ramdev's ashram at Haridwar. "I have also written to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, demanding appointment of a police officer like Bedi," he said. The performance of the CCIC over the last four years has been unsatisfactory, he added. Referring to media reports, Hazare said he was not aware if Aamir had also written a similar letter to the PM. Bedi now plays the host and chief judge in a popular TV show 'Aap ki Kuchehri', where she resolves domestic problems.
karira posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported by PTI in hindustantimes.com on 26 October 2009: PM to meet Advani on Tuesday to decide on new CIC head- Hindustan Times PM to meet Advani on Tuesday to decide on new CIC head Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is likely to meet Leader of Opposition LK Advani on Tuesday to discuss appointent of a new Chief Information Commissioner as the incumbent Wajahat Habibullah has resigned. Official sources said that the three member committee comprising the Prime Minister, Advani and Law Minister Veerappa Moily is likely to meet on Tuesday to discuss the matter. Minister of State for Personnel and Training Prithviraj Chavan is also likely to be present during the meeting as RTI comes under his Ministry. Habibullah, will be joining as the first State Information Commissioner in Jammu and Kashmir where the state government has recently constituted the Commission once his resignation is accepted by the President. The Commissioner was to take the oath of his new office today but could not do so as he was asked by the Government to continue till his successor is decided. "I was planning to take oath of office today but I have been asked to continue till the new Chief Information Commissioner is decided. I cannot join the new office until relieved from my duties here," Habibullah told PTI. As per the law, the charge of the CIC cannot be handed over to any other person on ad hoc basis. Even if Habibullah wishes to do so, the new person's name needs to be ratified by the three-member committee.
bansal_dhanraj posted a topic in Discussions on RTIHi All, The central govt. is in the process of appointing new CIC (Central Chief Information Commissioner). There is an online petition for appointing Dr. Kiran Bedi as the CIC. .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... (This portal is not to be used as a campaign ground for any concerted activity)
Gender bias in IPS, IAS: Renuka By Namrata Biji Ahuja The government has admitted to a prevailing "gender bias" in government jobs and postings. In a letter addressed to Cabinet Secretary B.K. Chaturvedi, Union women and child development minister Renuka Chowdhary has said that there is "prevailing gender inequality in the services and posts under the Union and states", which "needs to be addressed immediately". The ministry of external affairs, however, has denied that there is "gender bias" in the ministry. This has come in reply to an RTI query forwarded by the women and child development ministry to the MEA on why Ms Veena Sikri and Ms Shashi Tripathi were overlooked by the government for the post of foreign secretary. The RTI has taken up the issue of India's first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi, alleging that her posting as commissioner of the Delhi police is deliberately being delayed. The RTI, filed by Delhi resident Dev Ashish Bhattacharya, has asked the home ministry "under what rules and parameters this lady officer is prevented to give her best services to the residents of Delhi". In reply, the ministry of home affairs has furnished the list of 10 IPS officers of 1970-1976 batch. Going by the seniority in the list, Dr Kiran Bedi (1972 batch) is next in line for the post of commissioner of the Delhi police once the current Delhi police commissioner, Dr K.K. Paul, of 1970 batch, retires on February 28, 2008. Dr Kiran Bedi is due for retirement on June 30, 2009, which gives her only a year to serve the post of commissioner of the Delhi police. While Dr Bedi has won support from unexpected quarters, the RTI has also demanded explanation why Ms Reva Nayyar was not considered for the post of Cabinet Secretary. The Cabinet Secretariat's reply is awaited on the matter. The government has, meanwhile, maintained that it is incumbent upon the various cadre-controlling authorities to ensure that women officers do not suffer any gender bias in the cadre. Citing the common minimum programme of the UPA government to achieve complete equality for women, Ms ChowdharyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s letter to the Cabinet Secretary last year stated the need to devise an "appropriate plan" to ensure that "all women in the services necessarily be given exposure and made to rotate in all the core sector ministries/departments". "Women civil servants should be posted in all the key sectors of Government as a routine," Ms Chowdhary said in her letter dated July 25, 2006. Gender bias in IPS, IAS: Renuka