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Hi, I am from Andhrapradesh and I want to know the details of MLA funds and where they are spent. This is first time I am using RTI. Please provide me the details: 1) On which address I need to take the DD and which bank ? 2) Where can I get the RTI application form ? 3) Do I need to enclose the DD to the application ? 4) What is the address I need to post this application ? Please understand my lack of knowledge in RTI. Thanks, Srikanth
Hi All, Can you please help me in getting the information regarding Funds allocated to MLA by state government (AP)/central gov (if any) and its utilization 1)Where to apply? 2)I am living in Hyderabad .Can i get information about my native place MLA?
karira posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported by Nivedita Khandekar in hindustantimes.com on 08 Mar 2012: Booklet to tell you how your MP, MLA spent their funds - Hindustan Times Booklet to tell you how your MP, MLA spent their funds Soon you would be able to know exactly what work is being taken up under the Local Area Development Funds Scheme (LADS) for your area. Also, citizens will get an opportunity to decide what kind of projects they want from the funds received by their MPs. A booklet containing details of all works taken up during 2009-10 and 2010-11 under the LADS by each MLA would be printed by the Delhi government soon. Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi had earlier directed that suo moto declarations about works taken up under MLA LADS be made under Section 4 of the RTI Act. So the government has now decided to bring out this booklet .“The booklet will cost R10 and will be available at Delhi secretariat, offices of all deputy commissioners and SDMs across the city,” said a senior official. “We would also bring out booklets for LADS for each MP and councillor,” he added. Meanwhile, the government will also set up — before March-end — a monitoring cell for stringent monitoring of implementation of various works taken under the MPLADS. “Also, MPs will be regularly invited for review meetings on the work undertaken through their LADS,” said a source. A national review meeting had decided last month that “preparation of shelf life of projects based on the needs of the people” was important. And as per the minutes of the meeting, accessed by HT, it was also decided that this information should be provided to the MPs.
Actually i want to get info about widow pension, senior citizen pension and MLA funds(where and how much amount they spend their funds). for that where can i submit RTI in kanpur city. kidly help me. Thanks Nadeem XXXXXXXXXXXX - Deleted mobile number - posting against forum rules
As reported by G Babu Jayakumar in expressbuz.com on 08 November 2008: CM fails to spend half of MLAs fund CM fails to spend half of MLA's fund CHENNAI: Chief Minister M Karunanidhi has not utilised half of the MLA Constituency Development Fund for any developmental work in Chepauk, which he represents in the State Assembly. Some AIADMK MLAs have fared even worse, with D Jayakumar of Royapuram using just 13 per cent, Badhar Sayeed of Triplicane 30 per cent and S Ve Sekhar of Mylapore 41 per cent. Information obtained from the Chennai Corporation on the utilisation of funds by Chennai MLAs - there are 15, including a nominated one - under the RTI Act reveals that but for two MLAs, none of them have used up the amount of Rs 3 crore that was allotted to each of them over the past two-and-a-half years. The funds are allocated under the Members of the Legislative Assembly Constituency Development Scheme (MLACDS), which was introduced in 1997- 98 with a meager amount of Rs 25 lakh per MLA per year. By and by, the amount was scaled up and now it is Rs 1.2 crore. Under the scheme, each MLA will have to identify the development works to be taken up in the constituency. In the city, the Chennai Corporation will implement them. But over the years, in the 14 constituencies in Chennai, Rs 51 crore has not be put to use since the scheme came into force, says V Madhav, a social activist who filed the RTI application. So, despite having tremendous scope for improving the city's infrastructure by spending the allotted money, the city MLAs have done very little to look around and suggest projects to the Corporation. Since 2006, only Arcot N Veerasamy and K Anbazhagan have spend their full quota of Rs 3 crore at their Anna Nagar and Harbour constituencies in Chennai. M K Stalin has spent Rs 1,95,57,791 in Thousand Lights, Paruthi Ilamvazhuthi Rs 1,89,21,979 in Egmore, V S Babu Rs 2,02,66,895 in Purasaiwakkam, Oscar Nigli Rs 2,56,11,028, K Mahendran (CPI-M) Rs 2,06,29,559 in Perambur and V P Kalairajan (AIADMK) Rs 2,53,88,237 in T Nagar. However, most of the AIADMK MLAs have not made use of the funds properly. Besides Jayakumar (Rs 38,05,091), Badhar Sayeed (Rs 90,59,931) and S Ve Sekhar (Rs 1,22,30,691), P K Sekar Babu has only spent Rs 84,47,269 in R K Nagar, K Srinivasan Rs 49,59,320 in Poonga Nagar and G Senthamilan Rs 1,12,88,018 in Saidapet. M Karunanidhi has spent Rs 1,50,10,584.