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discussions: Maharashtra govt's new anti spitting law: offenders to sweep govt. offices, pay up to 5000 fine
MANOJ B. PATEL posted a topic in Off TopicIn a bid to keep the city streets cleaner, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday approved an anti-spitting law. If you now decide to spit on the streets, you will be fined Rs 1,000 and will have to spend a day performing community service at a public office or a government office, reported The Times of India. However, this is for first-time offenders, and the punishment and fine is higher for repeat offenders. For a second-time offender, the fine will be Rs 3,000 plus three-day community service, and for repeat offenders the fine will be Rs 5,000 plus five-day community service.Read more at; Maharashtra govt's new anti-spitting law: Offenders to sweep govt offices, pay upto Rs 5,000 fine - Firstpost
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Even though six Regional Deputy Director (RDD) offices have been set up under the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, many services provided by these offices are still caught in red tape, reveals data accessed through a Right to Information (RTI) query. Read at: Red Tape Continues to Plague RDD Offices - The New Indian Express
Residents say that in order to buy a Re 1 stamp they have to shell out much more money just to reach the mini secretariat. "It is mandated by law to affix a revenue stamp for every cash transaction that is over Rs 5,000. There are about 36 post offices in Gurgaon but none of them sell revenue stamp which causes lot of inconvenience to the general public as they have to travel a long distance to get the stamp," said Aseem Takyar, who filed a Right To Information application on the issue. He said the issue could be resolved if the state government wanted to. "All it needs to do is agree to pay the commission sought by the postal department like every other state in the country that has agreed to do so," Takyar said. "I filed the RTI in the postal department in Delhi and they in turn forwarded it to several postal offices in the country. Recently, I received over 500 replies from different post offices and all of them maintained that they received 10% commission from their respective state government for every revenue stamp sold," he said. Read at: No revenue stamps at city post offices - The Times of India
harinder dhingra posted a topic in Post your RTI Success hereChief Secretary office directs all government offices in Haryana to streamline procedure to time limits as prescribed under RTI At on undersigned petitions/RTI applications. I had demanded information vide RTI application dated 5th June 2014 about implementation of Hon'ble CIC of SIC, Haryana direction in case number 1205 of 3rd March 2014 directing the Chief Secretary office of Government of Haryana, directing him to teke effective steps for streamlining the system of receipt and dispatch of RTI communication within office of public authorities in Haryana Government. Finding no implementation of Hon'ble CIC of SIC Haryana, filed Complaint under Section 18 (2) of RTI Act 2005, on which the Hon'ble Commission directed on 29th Oct 2015 to do the same and show cause notice for levying the penalty under section 20 (1) of RTI Act 2005. (Copy Enclosed). The Chief Secretary as mentioned in their file notings (enclosed) of Harinder Dhingra Vs Chief Secretary office issued a circular dated 18th Dec 2014 to all offices of Haryana to TAKE EFFECTIVE STEPS STREAMLINE THE SYSTEM OF RECEIPT AND DESPATCH OF RTI COMMUNICATION WITHIN PRESCRIBED LIMIT UNDER RTI ACT 2005. (COPY ENCLOSED) This in another step in implementing RTI Act 2005 and transparency in Haryana. This was possible due to continues effort of undersigned spread over a year in this matter. Thank You, 20150113165941877.pdf SIC_Order0001.pdf