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NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court on Thursday asked the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission not to hold its public hearing for fixing power tariff till May 8. Justice Rajiv Shakdher directed the Central Information Commission to once again hear the plea of DERC where the latter wants to go ahead with a public hearing to fix tariff.

 

Read at: CIC told to hear DERC plea afresh - The Times of India

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MANOJ B. PATEL

The Delhi High Court has refused to give any relief to Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission from a complaint case heard by the CIC to decide whether it has put mandatory information in public domain for seeking citizens' opinion on tariff fixation.

 

The CIC has admitted a complaint filed by activist Anil Sood who alleged that the necessary information has not been placed in public domain by DERC which has sought people's opinion on the tariff fixation and claimed it was a violation of mandatory disclosure clause of the RTI Act.Read more at;

 

CIC to hear electricity tariff issue tomorrow | Business Standard News

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Sajib Nandi

Delhi High Court has directed the Central Information Commission (CIC) to hear a complaint filed against the DERC alleging that it had not put mandatory information in public domain for seeking public opinion.

 

Read more at: Court orders hearing of complaint against DERC | The Indian Express

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akhilesh yadav

[h=1]Information on power tariff should be in simple language: CIC to DERC[/h]

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) must disclose information related to tariff fixation in "simple language" before inviting the public's views on the matter, the Central Information Commission has held.

 

 

The commission also directed DERC to pro-actively disclose information on controversial points like prudence check on electricity companies, non-submission of report on prudence check by consultant PWC, Income Tax issues, cost incurred by discoms in contestin ..

 

 

 

 

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Information on power tariff should be in simple language: CIC to DERC - The Economic Times

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MANOJ B. PATEL

New Delhi, May 10 (PTI) The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) must disclose information related to tariff fixation in "simple language" before inviting the public's views on the matter, the Central Information Commission has held.

 

The commission also directed DERC to pro-actively disclose information on controversial points like prudence check on electricity companies, non-submission of report on prudence check by consultant PWC, Income Tax issues, cost incurred by discoms in contesting cases in Supreme Court against CAG audit and CIC decision making them answerable under the RTI Act, among others.Read more at;

 

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