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akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaCOIMBATORE: The state election commission has submitted its enquiry report on Neelambur panchayat vice-president B Anandh Kumar who had taken 1.49 lakh in the name of a fake company named Palani Andawar Earthmovers Pvt Ltd, to the assistant director of panchayats, Coimbatore and asked him to take appropriate action against the former. Response to RTI queries revealed that work was carried out without any estimate, technical sanction or proof under his authorization and the panchayat had granted approval for civic work to the company, which was found to be owned by Anandh Kumar. Granting contract to companies owned by civic body authorities is a violation under the Tamil Nadu Panchayat Act, 1994 section 38 (3) ©, say activists. Read at: Neelambur panchayat vice-prez guilty of misappropriation of funds - The Times of India
rti activism: J&K: RTI activists alleges misappropriation of funds worth Crores through 'Self Cheques' mode
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaJammu, Mar 18: Sangarsh RTI Movement have demanded vigilance probe against the officers of various department who have withdrawn crores of rupees from government treasuries by issuing Self Cheques on the fag-end of last financial year 2013-14. He demanded a vigilance probe to find the huge financial irregularities. Read at: RTI activists alleges misappropriation of funds worth Crores through 'Self Cheques' mode - Early Times Newspaper Jammu Kashmir
TURA, Feb 1 – The Garo Students’ Union (GSU) Rongmil unit has alleged misappropriation to the tune of Rs 1 crore in the distribution of schemes by the local MLA and his workers. The allegation comes after an RTI filed by the GSU unit found distribution being channelled through a few contractors loyal to the MLA resulting in the benefits not reaching the intended beneficiaries. Read at: The Assam Tribune Online
questions to ask Lok Ayukta, Karntaka's Dr.R.Balasubramaniam's Report on Public Distribution System frauds - what action Karnataka Government?
Vasanthkumar Mysoremath posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportDr.R.Balasubramaniam's Report on PDS submitted to the Government through the Lok Ayukta, Karnataka has revealed how the food grains handling mills, Food Corpn.of India godowns, Karnataka Food and civil Supplies Corporation officials, Ration Shops, middle men and a host of non-state actors are actually swindling people's quota of staple foods that actually belong to them. His Report has revealed that every month more than Rs.56 crores are being siphoned off through these hell holes of corrupt practices. The Report on PDS is with the Government of Karnataka. What action has been initiated is not known to the people who are languishing for want of reasonably prices rice, wheat, sugar and kerosene. What action Government of Karnataka? People need to know. Should people keep on filing RTI applications to know? Are the Government servants not receiving their salaries from the taxes being paid by people? Why there is laxity on the part of such babus/lower level officials to let the people know as to what is happening in Government public distribution system? Why there is no transparency and accountability? Please tell us.
Sir I am utilising RTI in unearthing illegal and corrupt practices in my organisation. I now wish to seek information from my organisation on the expenditure incurred by it in renovating an old building for its use at Hyderabad. I have to inform you that around Rs 25 crores has already been wasted by my organisation in building a huge complex near a drinking water source and abandoning it due to its violation of pollution and building laws. Therefore i want your help in drafting a suitable RTI application to seek information. Further I would be thankful if you could provide me the contact details of any of your active members at Hyderabad so that I could meet him/her for clearing my doubts. Please help me in the interest of curbing corruption in my office. with regards Dr G V Rao x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x.x(live email link deleted)
sidmis posted a topic in RTI in MediaExpressing concern over alleged misappropriation of funds contributed to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF), the Central Information Commission has sought remedial action on part of the PM's office. The Commission's observations came following a PMO inquiry which purportedly revealed that out of a total of Rs 40.65 crores collected through contributions from employees of Coal India Limited (CIL), only Rs 30 crores were received by the PMNRF. CIL has, however, denied allegations of any irregularities in depositing the money collected by it for the PM's National Relief Fund. "In the light of the gravity of the information now disclosed, it is expected that the PMO will take remedial action in a matter where it would appear that the name of PMNRF has been invoked by a public authority acting in a manner most unbecoming," Chief Information Commissioner Wajahat Habibullah said in an order passed on Tuesday. The inquiry was initiated after the Commission, in response to a Right to Information application of Chhattisgarh resident Mohammad Muzibur Rehman, had in an order of August 6 this year directed Director in the PMO D P S Sandhu to inquire into suspicions raised regarding misappropriation of funds contributed towards the PM's National Relief Fund. The Hindu News Update Service