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nile0611 posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportIs there any format in which one has to apply to second appelant, and what if the second appelant is CIC we have go personally to New Delhi at the time of hearing, What about a poor person who can't afford to go to CIC's office. Any represenatative is allowed. As told by Brijesh they should redress grievance of Applicant at first instance so that he need not to Appleal.
I have written the following application for the Second Appeal. Can anyone help me with it ? The Central Information Commissioner, Central Information Commission, Sir, MOST URGENT Subject : Appeal to direct the Public Information Officer of University of DClub Building, Old JNU Campus,
I find that the working of SCIC, UP, Lucknow is not practical, especially from the point of view of complainants living far away from Lucknow, his headquarters. UP is a big state and most of the complainants, as myself living in Noida, are situated far away from Lucknow. The only action that SCIC, UP takes on 2nd appeals submitted to him under RTIA05 is to fix a date for hearing on the appeal long after the appeal was submitted and directs both parties to be present at the hearing. The appellant, being situated far away from SCIC office, is not able to be present personally and the appeal is decided in his absence. To top it, the orders issued after the hearing are also not communicated to the complainant even though it is clearly provided in section 19(9) of RTIA05 that SCIC shall give notice of itâ€™s decision, including any right to appeal, to the complainant and the public authority after the hearing. In this regard, the procedure adopted by CCIC, Delhi is very nice and is suggested for being adopted by SCIC, UP, Lucknow as also the other SCICs. CCIC, Delhi, soon after receipt of 2nd appeal under RTIA05, directs the respondent public authority to offer their comments on the appeal under intimation to the appellant within 15 working days from the date of issue of their letter failing which further action would be initiated by him. The appellant is directed to send a rejoinder on the comments thus received from the respondent before the date for hearing, if any required, is fixed. The appelant usually always is satisfied after receipt of such comments and recommends closure of the case through his rejoinder without the need of any hearing. If however, the appellant through his rejoinder, still feels dissatisfied, the hearing is f ixed by CCIC and his decision is duly informed to the appellant and the respondent for action. It is suggested that NGOs etc may like to take up this matter with SCIC, UP, Lucknow and other SCICs for action if deemed fit in public nterest.
I had applied for the list of petrol pumps/ gas godowns near crowded places (schools, colleges, banks, etc) to various agencies namely MCD, NDMC, Delhi Univeristy, DDA, Ministry of Petroleum, L & DO, etc. I had filed seperate applications under RTI by depositing the RTI fee individually to all these offices. The replies recd. were as follows : DDA : No such record is available MCD : The question does not fall in our jurisdiction, hence transferred Delhi Univ : No reply Min of Pet : Application trf to oil agencies NDMC : No such record is available L& DO : No such record is available When I applied for the First Appeal, the reply recd was as follows : DDA : Appeal Rejected MCD : No reply Delhi Univ : No reply Min of Pet : Appeal rejected NDMC : No reply L& DO : Incomplete reply What should I do w.r.t. the following : (a) Should I apply for the Second Appeal in separate applications appealing against the orders ? (b) Or will one application (combined for all agencies) be enough ? Pls help.