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From an email received from Mr Shailesh Gandhi: Shailesh Gandhi B2, Gokul Apartment, Podar Road, Santacruz (W), Mumbai 400054 email: XXXXXXXXXX Tel: XXXXXXXXXXX Complaint under Section 18 (1) (f) of the RTI Act To, The Chief Information Commissioner, August Kranti Bhavan, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi 110067. Dear Sir, I am making a complaint under Section 18 (1) (f) against the Reserve Bank of India. Section 18 (1) (f) provides for a complaint “in respect of any other matter relating to requesting or obtaining access to records under this Act.” Hence there is no RTI application with this. RBI has issued what it calls a ‘Disclosure Policy’ on its website at: Reserve Bank of India - Database The list of information which shall not be given is justified by the proclamation that: ‘While compiling the ( nondisclosure) list, it has been the Bank's endeavour to attain the objectives of the RTI Act, without jeopardizing the financial stability and economic interests of the State.’ Effectively it means that RBI arrogates to itself the right to lay down exemptions to disclosure of information in line with the objectives of the Act. This is the sole prerogative of Parliament which has provided the exemptions to disclosure in Section 8 and 9 of the RTI Act. You will be aware that the Supreme Court of India had in a clutch of nine transfer cases of RBI ruled that the decisions of CIC in ordering information to be provided were correct had said “We have, therefore, given our anxious consideration to the matter and came to the conclusion that the Central Information Commissioner has passed the impugned orders giving valid reasons and the said orders, therefore, need no interference by this Court.” Even these have been listed as information which will not be disclosed.# It is an irony that the ‘Disclosure Policy’ only lists information which will not be disclosed in the garb of claiming exemptions under Section 8 (1) of the RTI Act. This is illegal and is certainly usurpation of the powers of the commission. RBI has no power under law to declare which information is exempt. That is the role of the commission. This is a very dangerous and illegal action, which could cause complete disruption of the working of RTI, if other public authorities follow this example. PIO’s of public authorities will then be following the illegal proclamation of their organizations instead of the RTI Act. Relief sought: Please declare this action of RBI illegal and reprimand them for this illegal act. This matter needs to be heard urgently, since this is a major threat to the fundamental right of citizens. I am also a senior citizen. Yours truly Shailesh Gandhi, Former Central Information Commissioner 16 December 2016 Enclosed: List of information ordered to be given by CIC orders Love shailesh All my emails are in public domain. Mera Bharat Mahaan Nahi Hai, Per yeh Dosh, Mera Hai Tel: XXXXXXXXXXXXX ========================================================== RBI was ordered to provide information listed below by the orders of the Central Information Commission# which were upheld by the Supreme Court on 16 December 2015. RBI is now defying these and pronounced its own non-disclosure policy at Reserve Bank of India - Database. # Orders given by Shailesh Gandhi I. Jayantilal Mistry: CIC/SM/A/2011/001487/SG/15434 [TABLE=width: 675] [TR] [TD]1.[/TD] [TD]Last RBI investigation and audit report carried out by Mr. Santosh Kumar during 23/04/2010 to 06/05/2010 sent to Registrar of the co - operative of Gujarat, Gandhinagar on Makarpura Industrial Estate Co - Operative Bank Ltd. Reg No. 2808.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2.[/TD] [TD]Last 20 years inspection report carried out with the name of inspector on the above named bank and action taken report.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3.[/TD] [TD]Reports on all co - operative banks that have gone into liquidation and action taken against all directors and managers for recovery of public funds, powers utilized by RBI and analysis, and procedures adopted.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]4.[/TD] [TD]Names of remaining co - operative banks un der your observations against irregularities and action taken reports.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]5.[/TD] [TD]Period required to take actions and implementations.[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] II. Venugopal CIC/SG/A/2011/002011/15404 1. Under which Grade The George Town Co-operative Bank, Chennai – 600079, has been categorized as on 31.12.2006. III .Mittal CIC/SG/A/2011/002793/15661 Kindly provide copies of inspection reports of apex co-operative banks of various states/Mumbai District Co-operative Bank from 2005 till date. IV.Kapoor CIC/SM/A/2011/001376/SG/15684 The PIO shall provide the complete information as per records on queries 2(b) The Commission also directs the Governor, RBI to display this information on its website, in fulfillment of its obligations under Section 4 (1) (b) (xvii) of the RTI Act. This direction is being given under the Commission’s powers under Section 19 (8) (a) (iii). This should be done before 31 December, 2011 and updated each year. (b) Details of default in loans taken from public sector banks by industrialists. Out of above list of defaulters, top 100 defaulters, name of the businessman, address, firm name, principal amount, interest amount, date of default and date of availing loan. © Steps being taken for putting information sought in query 2(a) and list of defaulters on the website of the Respondent – public authority. V. Subhash Chandra Agrawal [TABLE=width: 625] [TR] [TD]1.[/TD] [TD]Complete and detailed information including related documents / correspondence / file noting etc of RBI on imposing fines on some banks for violating rules like also referred in enclosed news clipping.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2.[/TD] [TD]Complete list of banks which were issued show-cause notices before fine was imposed as also referred in enclosed news clipping mentioning also default for which show-cause notice was issued to each of such banks.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3.[/TD] [TD]List of banks out of those in query (2) above where fine was not imposed giving details like if their reply was satisfactory etc.[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] VI. Patil [TABLE=width: 722, align: center] [TR] [TD]1.[/TD] [TD]Copies of complaints received by RBI against illegal working of the said bank, including violations of the Standing Orders of RBI as well as the provisions under Section 295 of the Companies Act, 1956.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2.[/TD] [TD]Action initiated by RBI against the said bank, including all correspondence between RBI and the said bank officials.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3.[/TD] [TD]Finding of the enquiry made by RBI, actions proposed and taken against the bank and its officials- official notings, decisions and final orders passed and issued.[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] VII. Shanmugam CIC/SG/A/2011/001966/16167 [TABLE=width: 100%] [TR] [TD]1.[/TD] [TD]Before the Orissa High Court, RBI has filed an affidavit stating that the total mark to market losses on account of currency derivatives is to the tune of more than Rs. 32,000 crores. Please give bank wise breakup of the MTM losses[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2.[/TD] [TD]What is the latest figure available with RBI of the amount of losses suffered by Indian business houses? Please furnish the latest figures bank wise and customer wise.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3.[/TD] [TD]Whether the issue of derivative losses to Indian Exporters was discussed In any of the meetings of Governor I Deputy Governor or senior official of the Reserve Bank of India? If so please furnish the minutes of the meeting where the said issue was discussed.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]4.[/TD] [TD]Any other Action Taken Reports by RBI in this regard.[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] VIII Murlidharan CIC/SG/A/2011/002841/16732 [TABLE] [TR] [TD]1.[/TD] [TD]What contraventions and violations were made by SCB in respect of non-compliance of RBI instructions on derivatives, for which RBI has imposed penalty of INR 10 lakhs on SCB in exercise of its powers vested under Section 47A(1)(b) of the Banking Regulations Act, 1949 and as stated in the RBI press release dated April 26, 2011issued by Department of Communication, RBI.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2.[/TD] [TD]Please provide us the copies/details of all the complaints filed with RBI against SCB, accusing SCB of mis-selling derivative products, failure to carry out due diligence in regard to suitability of products, not verifying the underlying/adequacy of underlying and eligible limits under past performance and various other non-compliance of RBI Instructions on derivatives. Also, please provide the above information in prescribed format.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3.[/TD] [TD]Please provide us the copies of all the written replies/correspondences made by SCB with RBI and the recordings of all the oral submissions made by SCB to defend and explain the violations/contraventions made by SCB.[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]4.[/TD] [TD]Please provide us the details/copies of the findings, recordings, enquiry reports, directive orders, file notings and/or any information on the investigations conducted by RBI against SCB in respect of non-compliance by SCB in respect of non-compliance of RBI instruction on derivatives. Also, please provide the above information in prescribed format.[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] IX. Ashwini Dixit CIC/SG/A/2011/003293/17640 1. Action taken by RBI against scams/economic inconsistencies of United Mercantile Cooperative Bank Ltd. (the “Bank”) along with the daily progress reports.