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AP: Info commission flays CMO officials for 'negligence'

akhilesh yadav

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akhilesh yadav

HYDERABAD: The chief minister's office (CMO), it appears, is not interested in upholding the spirit of the Right to Information (RTI) Act. The information commission recently came down heavily on public information officers of the CMO, the minorities welfare department (MWD) and the AP State Wakf Board (APSWB) for not having furnished information under the RTI Act concerning the action taken with respect to mismanagement of wakf properties.



Read at: Info commission flays CMO officials for 'negligence' - The Times of India

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Prasad GLN

After Bifurcation, not bifurcating the Commission is giving lot of difficulties. One may be surprised, but it takes minimum of 3 months for sending a decision to appellant. Do not be surprised, to avoid this even decisions dt.1-3-15 are delivered to appellants by post on 10th Feb,2015.

Written submissions filed by appellant much in advance will never be placed in files.

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