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After GAD no-show at trial, info commission passes order to dept after year


MANOJ B. PATEL

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MANOJ B. PATEL

BHOPAL: After a RTI query posed to general administration department (GAD) lay idle for more than a year, state information commission finally passed an order on the pending petition. Chief information commissioner K D Khan passed an order stating that public information officer of the department should provide details within 15 days of receiving the order. Read more at;

 

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bhopal/After-GAD-no-show-at-trial-info-commission-passes-order-to-dept-after-year/articleshow/48113175.cms

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Prasad GLN

Still no fine, no recommendation, no SCN...knowing that matter is pending for more than one year.

Are law making authorities fools to prescribe such mandatory period of 30 days ? What is the value of information, if it is provided when entire process is over.

In a known case appellant has asked some readily available documents from Public Authority and filed civil case with a hope that within 80 days -documents can be provided as evidence during deposition, the civil case was dismissed, but RTI appeal still has not come up for hearing, though CPIO has assured the other parties that he will not provide information. Now what is the value of this information, even an appeal is made, as certain facts were not recorded in Trial court ?

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