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  1. hello, are RTI replies from govt offices acceptable in the court of law on civil cases. i have a civl suit pending and i am on the defendant side. recently came across a forgery of a ownership transfer forgery as confirmed by the RTI reply .. can i refer the same in the written statement and if the plaint request for proof, can i submit this RTI reply. basically, what sort of a standing does RTI replies has in the court matters for submitting as proofs

    Public interest

    Please define public interest and how to justify it in context to the information I want is not provided under section 8 1 e and 8 1 j . Sent from my SM-G610F using RTI INDIA mobile app
  3. We get many queries on this portal regarding Scores / rankings / answer sheets for departmental or Government exams. Attached is the relevant circular of DoPT on this subject. Scores & Rankings in public domain.pdf
  4. I want to know who is the trustey of sat swarup vaishnav haveli morbi?
  5. In a well argued order, IC SA has ruled that salary details and official address are disclosable under RTI: Information about salary and official address of public servant is public in nature and shall be disclosed to any person including spouse. Salary details including deductions contained in Salary slip or certificate and residential address of the public servants is personal information, and also third party information. Only after proof of larger public interest such information also can be given…. The spouses do have right to get any information about each other though they are involved in marital disputes/civil, criminal cases filed mutually against them. They can also seek information if in public domain to help them to prove or disprove the charges. But the information about their person unconnected with the discharge of public duties cannot be sought unless they establish a larger public interest. Filing of 50 RTI applications reflects the personal animosity but not public interest. This decision is also important because iot analyses Sec 8(1)(j) threadbare ! Salary and official address are disclosable.pdf
  6. HI Please let me know if the FIR and any notice served to any one are public documents which can be received under RTI Act by applicant. I shall be grateful if relevent CIC decision can be provided in reply.
  7. There is no provision to withdraw an RTI application under RTI Act 2005. Why is that? An anecdote I came across in RTI discussions in a group yesterday: A person filed an RTI application for information from a public utility. Later on, he was made to realize that it would attract attention to some "suo moto" public initiative taken up by the utility to help the public (they were consciously flouting some restrictions imposed on them. It has been lobbying for the past 5 years with the higher authorities to see reason and relax the restrictions imposed in1968 when pressure on the utility was no so high). He tried to withdraw the applicationm but there seemed to be no way of doing it. Directly asking the SIC for directions also did not help. Eventually he received the reply. But meanwhile, the initiative taken by the Public Utility was withdrawn, so that now 30% less people can be serviced, waiting times for service have gone up from four days to seven days, private agents have sprung up to manage lubrication. An agitation is brewing up... The applicant's name is known to all concerned, and a lot of scorn and pity ("He has axed his own feet") is directed at him.... RTI has taken a step backwards. What went wrong here? The applicant's intention was not what things led to: he simply wanted to know the circular under which employees put up tables and chairs in a verandah outside the office and disbursed blank forms from the public half an hour before office opening time. (This was one part of the initiative to provide better service). Innocent query, was it not?
  8. Ensure regular water supply: Consumer court to civic body - The Times of India Ensure regular water supply: Consumer court to civic body Saeed Khan,TNN | Dec 11, 2013, 12.34 AM IST AHMEDABAD: A consumer court has asked Surendranagar-Dudhrej municipality, which is located in one of the water scarcity hit areas of Gujarat, to supply clean and potable water to the city on a regular basis. Besides directing the civic body to supply water on fixed timings, the court has also asked it to keep the city clean by keeping roads garbage free, maintaining streetlights and taking care of other basic amenities for which the municipality collects taxes from citizens. The Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum of Surendranagar district reminded the civic body of its responsibilities and directed it not to remain negligent and show "deficiency in its services", for the citizens paying it taxes have rights to complaint. The order came in response to a complaint filed by a retired person, Kalabhai Bharwad. He had sought cleaning of a waterlogged open plot beside his house, but the civic body officials did not work. After cleaning the plot full of contaminated rainwater on two occasions in July this year, he approached the court asserting his right as a consumer. He sought direction to the civic body to keep the area clean. He also demanded for regular supply of water and that too on fixed timings, a practice that is alien to this area. Bharwad sought compensation for the damage caused to his house due to waterlogging in a nearby plot and for the difficulty he faced due to inaction on part of the municipality. The civic body, on the other hand, blamed him of causing waterlogging by discharging water after domestic use and putting up a hand pump in common plot. It also told the consumer court that it cannot rush to solve Bharwad's problem by leaving other jobs aside. The court ascertained whether he paid taxes regularly. Then it concluded that inaction on part of the civic body to redress Bharwad's repeated complaints amounted to deficiency in service. It directed the municipality to reimburse the amount Bharwad had spent over cleaning the plot. Besides, the court asked the municipality to pay Rs 4,000 to Bharwad for litigation cost and harassment caused by officials' negligence. The court observed that since the issues raised by Bharwad are affecting 2.5 lakh city population, the civic body should be asked to supply clean water to the city on regular basis. (Is it possible that our dear friends can take up similar matter with public authorities since every rupee of "tax paid " then would amount to the "benefactor" becoming a "consumer". In fact combining this with the lucknow development authority judgement would also ensure that the officers responsible for derelection of duty may be held accountable and also the "compensation" paid to the victim may be "deducted" from their salaries). Any comments are welcome..
  9. Application under the Right to Information Act, 2005 To, The Public Information Officer, Prime Minister’s Office South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi. India-110011. Telephone: 91-11-23012312 Sub: Periodic inspection of your record under the Public Record Act 1993 Dear Sir, I,____________, apply for getting the information described below under the Right to Information Act, 2005. My details are as follows: Name: Address: Details of Information applied for: (1) Name and designation of each person working as ‘records officer’ under section 2(g) of the Public Record Act, 1993 (PRA93); along with the period for which he/ she held that position. (2) Dates on which periodic inspection of the records were carried out by the records officer during the period 01 Jan 2005 to the date of reply to this application. (3) Number of files found missing/ non traceable/ removed without authorization at each such inspection (4) Copies of documents showing appropriate action taken by record officer about missing/ non traceable files from time to time under section 7(1) of the PRA93 (5) Copies of correspondence between record officer and the Director General or head of the archives under section 7(2) of the PRA93 Is the applicant a person below poverty line? No Place: ( S I G N E D)_______________________________________________
  10. I want to make use of RTI for knowing what are the commodities been given to to the people by the particular ration store, what is timing for open and close of store, any schedule for supplying specific commodity, how many people have green card, white card under that ration store are accounted, what is the quantity of each commodity they receive for sales for each phase, is that always enough all the people, if not does they request for extra quantity to the co operatives, is there any surplus goods after all the sale has been over, what will they do with the extra commodity, is there proper data been followed and recorded and submitted, need that data photocopy, and like this you please suggest some ideas to pose questions so that there will be no misuse of govt products by selling in outside market!! I have used my own words for understanding! So kindly correct my words so that they match with the actual terms they use in corporation And we will discuss with your replies!!
  11. Under Sikkim Co-Operative Societies Act 1978 different group of societies is registered like labour ,contractor,educated unemployed,women societies etc and department have not laid down in the general guidelines(byelaws) the eligible criteria of individual(educational qualification) to obtain membership of the society ,since the co-operative societies was started in Sikkim with full functionality and was registered without confirmative educational details of individual subsequently the registered group is engaged under different construction work , after many years of enactment of Sikkim Co-Operative Societies Act, now It is said by the department that before the registration takes place particularly the labour group of societies should confirm details of individuals and his/her qualification by producing affidavit from the court and they informed us that this latest notification(eligible to obtain membership only if he/she has appear class 7std or below, if he/she has passed 8std or above falls under educated unemployed Co-Operative Societies ) is in effect after the recent meeting conducted by department officials (Registrar ). How do I raise a formal objection about the department failure act of systemize before the court of law? Is latest notification questionable in matter of public interest ?
  12. The Full Bench Orders of the CIC are as below : 56. The respondent’s counsel has tenaciously argued that the appellant’s request for information is not in public interest and that he is seeking this information for extraneous considerations. The question is whether information is disclosable under the RTI Act only in public interest and not otherwise. Suffice to say that RTI Act does not draw a distinction between demand for information in public interest and private interest. The Act provides for disclosure of information to the citizens of India subject to the provisions of section 8, 9, 10 & 11 of the RTI Act. In other words, appellant is not required to establish any larger public interest in his search for all classes of information. He is required to establish public interest only in particular clauses of section 8(1) of the RTI Act. In view of the above, we hold that appellant need not establish public interest while seeking information for all classes of information. CIC_AD_A_2012_000570_M_110032.pdf
  13. Could Any one share me the address of First appellate Authority of Public grievance Cell under Delhi Government. Unfortunately I am unable to open the this link:http://delhigovt.nic.in/rti/search_pio.asp So may be others might be able to open the above mentioned link or might know the address of the appellate authority. P.S. please check and inform Is it me or others also facing this issueand find themselves unable to open any of the government websites like for Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) ,CVC or http://www.*delhi.*gov.*in.
  14. smileElango

    List of Orphanages and Oldages

    Can I file an RTI request to get the list of the orphanages, old ages, schools and public libraries present in the state (I am particularly interested in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu)? If so, please help me how to do it. thanks, elango
  15. akhilesh yadav

    Public Money and RTI

    Public Money and RTI By Dr U B Chaubey in post.jagran.com on Nov 02, 2012 Public Money and RTI Today’s economic world has become far more complex with the distinction between private and public sector getting blurred. Clear cases of private and public sector are becoming a rarity. There are a range of investors from public institutions to sovereign wealth funds in a large private sector company. Then there is also growing need for Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in infrastructure and socially relevant sectors. This transformation as well as growing incidences of corruption and misuse of public money calls for introducing relevant changes in the laws and regulations governing the industry sector. Since the public sector is already subject to public accountability and scrutiny, the same needs to be extended to the private sector. Besides promoting good governance ethics, public accountability would also ensure judicious use of public funds, thus bringing in efficiency and higher growth. Good corporate governance ethics including transparency, credibility and due diligence are far more important today than ever before. Large sums of public money have been invested in corporate houses through stock markets. The apprehension of such vast public money being used for extravagant and conspicuous expenditures by the owners of private corporate houses is no longer unfounded. Also, it has been observed that corruption is not a function of ownership. Rather, it is common to both public and private sectors. This definitely makes a case for introducing not only strong checks and balances but also for accountability. Since the public sector is subject to CAG scrutiny, parliamentary accountability and Right to Information (RTI) Act, it makes strong case for extending public accountability and scrutiny to private sector as well. Besides promoting good governance, ethics, increased transparency and accountability would ensure judicious use of public funds thus enhancing productivity and efficiency and would benefit industry as well as economy. Governments across the globe have been entering in a wide array of arrangements in private sector to utilize its capacities and resources in developing and operating some of the key facilities of public service and projects deem important for development of a country. For implementation of projects public money, assets, and critical functions are transferred to private sector/private hands for which privatization or Public Private Partnership (PPP) model is adopted. However, such a transfer needs proper checks and balances between costs and benefits as well as risks and opportunities between public and private partners lest it would result in failures and unmet social needs. Public regulations and accountability would still be relevant over unregulated privatizations and private profits, particularly in a developing country like India in order to make economic growth more inclusive and sustainable. Further for successfully running a PPP project, mutual coordination and cooperation of various government agencies is very important. Also proper regulatory mechanisms and checks and balances are required for sustenance of the project. For long-term sustainability of a project or service, it is very important that good corporate governance practices are followed religiously. Transparent decisions based on ethical practices ensure that the interests of all the stakeholders are protected along with efficient use of resources that results in better products and higher profits. The need for higher investments through PPPs and rising public participation in equity issues make a strong case for proper checks and balances through RTI and public auditing such as CAG regulations must for non-government corporate sector. At present, the RTI Act covers only the government sector, including public sector enterprises (PSEs), broadly based on the premise that the sector uses public money. RTI which was earlier looked at with skepticism for being a hurdle in strategic decision making has now become more acceptable for improving PSEs’ image and thus their functioning. Its role in strengthening corporate governance by promoting fairness, transparency, integrity and accountability are being appreciated. Corporate Decisions based on transparency and accountability and good ethics have become a hallmark of corporate governance all across the world. The public sector has always been subject to transparency and public accountability and RTI has helped it in becoming even more transparent and fair in its processes. High level of public accountability is helping the PSEs in achieving excellence in their fields of operations. The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is closely linked to achieving sustainable and inclusive economic and social development. At the same time, CSR initiatives are a potent tool for goodwill and image building for corporates, thus increasing investors’ confidence in them. For this reason, CSR has become an integral part of corporate governance. The very basis of PSEs’ existence, namely, growth with equity and social justice conforms to the objectives of CSR. Public sector’s initiatives are in line with applicable rules and regulations and thus scope of wasteful expenditures and diversion of funds under CSR is negligible. However, now-a-days NGOs are involved in handling large public funds as agencies for carrying out social welfare programmes. These NGOs are not subject to either RTI or controlled through any statutory / regulatory norms and social audit. In such a case, it is of utmost importance to bring the privates sector and NGOs under public accountability and RTI. Similarly, social service providers, be it private sector undertaking investments under CSR or non-government organizations (NGOs) providing social service using large public funds, should also be brought under RTI. Extension of the RTI Act would bring greater transparency and accountability and also foster greater responsibility towards public welfare. And in case RTI Act is extended to projects having public money it will not be unprecedented as 19 countries have already brought their private sector in utility area under RTI like regulations. A recent Transparency International India Survey has observed that PSEs’ signing an Integrity Pact with the organization has helped in increasing transparency in their procurement process. It has also categorically mentioned that “bribery from the officials of private sector funds is rampant”, and has pointed out that government must bring a strong deterrent tool to curb corruption in private sector thus making a strong case for the private sector to adopt the Integrity Pact in order to bring transparency in procurement process. The idea of extending public accountability to the private and social service sector is to encourage judicious use of resources and enhancing efficiencies in the system, thereby promoting faster, sustainable and balanced economic growth.’
  16. I need to file RTI query on 'Public Toilet in Municipal Corporation Area'. Could you help me in question to be asked for effective reply or action. Some Q in my mind are... 1. What are the no. of Corporation run Public Toilets and Urinals? 2. What is the ration of 'Public Toilets per population' in Corporation limits (City and Rural)? 3. How is the quality of services offered is monitored in corporation run public toilets? 4. Is physically chanllenged persons are accommodated in current public toilets? if not, what is the plan? 5. Is there public toilets set up in newly developed areas? 6. What is the roadmap for public toilet in future development? Any other can you suggest....
  17. M.P., Bihar, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Delhi, J & K, UP, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh have implemented Public Service Guarantee Act to guarantee time-bound delivery of services govt offices. Such a law of Central Govt is pending with Standing Committee of Parliament. These State Acts guarantee as a matter of right to get delivery of govt services in a time bound method by citizens or else concerned employee is penalized for per day delay beyond stipulated time limit. The citizen is also entitled to compensation in some states. I am sure State Information Commissions [sIC] being State entities should be within purview of this act. If this is so, RTI applicants should invoke this act to get decisions from SICs in a time frame declared under this act. I am trying to study some of these State Acts. I am requesting our members to explore this possibility in their states, where appeals/complaints are lingering with SIC for long time. State Acts would be on website of State Govt or can be googled. Feed back and experience of members will be useful to other members also
  18. Hi, Can I use RTI to obtain information about RFP(Request for proposal) evaluation and bid process at a Public limited bank? Regards Raju
  19. Altamash shaikh

    Need information about RTI

    I want to file a application by RTI for the Public toilets that is in my locality..as this is my first time using RTI, i want to know if i have to write a application in any department then to whoim shuld i address my application ?????
  20. Dear All, I have the following queries regarding the "Consumer Complaint" under The Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Is a “consumer complaint” under The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 a public document ? Can a citizen obtain a copy of the “consumer complaint” filed with NCDRC(National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission) under RTI act 2005 from the NCDRC ? Can a citizen who has no locus standi obtain a copy of the “consumer complaint” with NCDRC under RTI act 2005 from the NCDRC ? Regards, Kapil
  21. Can we get the Capital Equipment Purchase Orders of the Public / Govt Companies under RTI Act? viz from Coal India, NMDC, SCCL, IOC???
  22. I need a details from Charity Commissioner Gujarat, details of the trustee and its constitution for my knowledge, How can I get it?
  23. Dr.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.
  24. I attach judgement dated 26-11-2010 of High Court of Gujarat permitting disclosure of balance sheet of public trust by Income Tax Dept. There is important clarification on section 11 also at para 8. IN THE HIGH COURT OF GUJARAT AT AHMEDABAD SPECIAL CIVIL APPLICATION No. 7538 of 2010 TRUSTS HC.doc
  25. (Posting of mail ids is against RTI India - Forum Rules - hence deleted) public information officer Reserve bank of india chandigarh respected sir i am a student of b-tech final year. i have borrowed education loan of 1,50,000 from punjab national bank in year 2009 in three installments of 50,000 per year,because 1st year fee we had deposit by our self. sir i belongs to poor family, my father is a employ of pvt. sector and earning a salary only 8000 per month. some days before i here that RBI has new plan for education loan through this education loan will free of interest for loan up to 400000. so sir i wanna details of that rule. eagerly waiting for your kind and soon reply. I shall be very thankful to you for your kind reply. Your 's faithfully amarnath jha
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