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Hello,

I have submitted 6(1) application to the PIO who was issued with a show cause notice by APIC for not providing information in some case filed by some other applicant . The information I sought is 1) Whether the SCN isued by APIC is received by the PIO 2) If received, whether submitted explanation 3) Wheher any order received from APIC after hearing by APIC regarding imposing Penalty and 4) If penalty imposed, the details of recovery and remittance particulars. As no reply received from the PIO, I have filed 1st appeal from where no reply received. I have filed 2nd appeal with APIC duly mentioning some orders of CIC . The case was heard on 25-03-2015 by APIC to which my self, PIO and A.A absent. Now I have received the order with date of 14-05-2015 duly rejecting my 2nd appeal sating that according to the judgement of Hon'ble High Court of Delhi in W.P © 8041/2014, dated 27-04-2015.

The order of Hon'ble High Court is dated 27-04-2015 whereas my case was heard on 25-03-2015 and on study of the said judgement , it is clearly showing that it is interpreted in my case by the APIC. It is very strange to note that there is no word about the PIO, who has not replied to my application and also absence of the both PIO and A.A for hearing before APIC. MY case No.36336/SIC-MR/2014.Is it a correct order of APIC?

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

To reply you properly it is necessary to refer APIC's order dated 14.5.15 and also judgment of hon'ble Delhi HC. Can you kindly provide it?

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npulivarthi652gmail.com
Dear member,

To reply you properly it is necessary to refer APIC's order dated 14.5.15 and also judgment of hon'ble Delhi HC. Can you kindly provide it?

 

Thanks for responding. I have not received the order from APIC so far. It is only uploaded to APIC website. Please open under Decisions of APIC and Orders of IC, M.Ratan for the 2nd quarter of this year and order no.36336/SIC-MR/2014 dated 14-05-2015. Regarding High Court order it is available in the website. Please help. In the same type of my another application, 2nd appeal was heard by another IC, and ordered to furnish information. That case no.36267/SIC-Dr.V.V/2014, dated 25-03-2015 i.e., actual date of hearing of the 2nd appeal. Different decisions are taken by the ICs on the same type of applications.

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There is no response from the PIO to my application. PIO not attended to the hearing of APSIC, not submitted even an affidavit to APSIC. But SIC closed my 2nd appeal with a remark of citing a judgement of some High Court which was pronounced after one month of my 2nd appeal hearing. (Order issued after 45 days of hearing). I think that the SIC have to cite any order/ judgement which was already issued/pronounced as on the date of hearing only. Please discuss.

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