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Failure act of systemize by the department




Under Sikkim Co-Operative Societies Act 1978 different group of societies is registered like labour ,contractor,educated unemployed,women societies etc and department have not laid down in the general guidelines(byelaws) the eligible criteria of individual(educational qualification) to obtain membership of the society ,since the co-operative societies was started in Sikkim with full functionality and was registered without confirmative educational details of individual subsequently the registered group is engaged under different construction work , after many years of enactment of Sikkim Co-Operative Societies Act, now It is said by the department that before the registration takes place particularly the labour group of societies should confirm details of individuals and his/her qualification by producing affidavit from the court and they informed us that this latest notification(eligible to obtain membership only if he/she has appear class 7std or below, if he/she has passed 8std or above falls under educated unemployed Co-Operative Societies ) is in effect after the recent meeting conducted by department officials (Registrar ).


How do I raise a formal objection about the department failure act of systemize before the court of law?


Is latest notification questionable in matter of public interest ?

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Prasad GLN

You can question Govt., Notifications before a Court of law through your Advocate and the issue is not concerned with seeking information under RTI Act from Public Authority.

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Sunil Ahya

You can file a RTI Application to seek the following information:


Description of Required Information:


1. Documents pertaining to the procedure which has been followed for the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability while making the said Notification Dated: XXXX, as laid down in section 4(b)(iii) of the RTI Act, 2005, .


2. Documents published while making the said Notification Dated: XXXX, in compliance with section 4(1)(b)(vii) of the RTI Act, 2005, which lays down as follows:


"Every Public Authority shall — publish within 120 days from the enactment of this Act—the particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof".


3. Representations received from any of the Public Authorities of the Government, which necessitated the need for issuing the said Notification Dated: XXXX.


4. Minutes of the all the meetings held for the purpose of making the said Notification Dated: XXXX


5. All the relevant documents published while
as well as notifying "the said Notification Dated: XXXX" in compliance with section 4(1)© of the RTI Act, 2005 which lays down as follows: "Every public authority shall — publish all relevant facts while formulating important policies or announcing the decisions which affect public".


6. Documents, wherein has been laid down, the norms & procedures followed for issuing notifications as prescribed by or under any law for the time being in force.


7. Similarly .....



> Your RTI Application will have to be as per Sikkim RTI Rules & Fees, please refer to the following link for the same:


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