My rti letter and first alleap letter to cmo, west bengal
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PLS FIND BELOW THE TEXT FORM OF MY RTI LETTER TO CMO, WB FOLLOWED BY FIRST APPEAL LETTER
RTI LETTER TO CMO OF WEST BENGAL AS BELOW
To Dated : October 13, 2011.
Shri Pushpendu Das
Assistant Secretary & Public Information Officer under RTI Act,
Chief Ministers Office, Writers' Buildings, Block F, First Floor,
Sub: An application under the provisions of RTI Act, 2005
The undersigned is interested to have the following information as per the provisions of Sec. 6(1) of the RTI Act, 2005. It is also requested to kindly reply along with the photocopy of all documents.
A petition requesting CM's permission to refer her THREE TIME BURGLARY case to CBI was sent by
Dr. Manju Mookerjee, of 'Mookerjee House' 2 A, Srinath Das Lane, Bowbazar, Kolkata 700012 to CMO on Jue 29th 2010.
Apart from prayer to refer the case to CBI, the letter also stated in detail, the INACTION of various Administrative Departments of West Bengal Administrative Officials in general and KOLKATA POLICE, HOME(POLICE) DEPARTMENT, Chief secretary's Ofice, WB Information Commission, West Bengal Human Rights commission, KMC, WEBLAS and WRITER'S BUILDING in specific. It also stated the innumerable lapses, negligence, willful delays, falso information and casual manner of the handling of her FIVE 'SECOND APPEALS' by The WBIC.
The letter also pin pointed the officials responsible for such HIGH-HANDED approach of an aggrieved innocent lonely Lady, who is already a victim of three time burglary and at risk of her life.
1. Please state the responsibility of a CM, under The Constitutuion of India, in disposing of a citizen's petition to refer a case of 'THREE TIME BURGLARY' and persistent life risk case to CBI, after failure of major administrative departments of the state who are responsible and answerable to such victim.
2. Please state the manner in which CMO disposed this petition, in contrast with the CM's duties to the citizen as assumed upon Swearing-in Oath, with photocopy of all documents, whereever it exist.
3. Please furnish all correspondence sent to and received by the CMO in this regard, including that sent/received to the petitioner.
4. If the petitioner's reqeust for CBI inquiry is not considered and no other solution communicated, did the CM take the moral, social and financial responsibility for the life and property of the petitioner and agree to compensate for any loss/pain/injury suffered, in past or future by the CM.
5. If no correspondence initiated by CMO, the reason therefor.
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6. If no reply / correspondence is sent to the petitioner who is ACCOUNTABLE for such NIL response.
7. Does such 'NIL RESPONSE' by CM amount to 'NGLIGNECE/INEFFICIENTY/INACTION OF CHIEF MINISTER OF WEST BENGAL IN DISCHARGING HIS/HER DUTY TOWARDS A CITIZEN' vis-a-vis the duties of the CM to uphold the constititional rights ?
8. If the CMO initiated any sort of inquiry based on the petition, please furnish all such outward and inward correspondence therefor.
9. If no such initiative taken, please mention what is the moral responsibility of The CM under the case.
10. If initiative taken and no reply received from the Officials/Departments to whom communicated, what is the SUO-MOTO action taken by CMO on such officials.
11. If no such SUO-MOTO action taken by CMO, what administrative/disciplinary/penal/departmental action taken by the CMO on such inefficient officials?
12. What is the moral responsibility of the CM for such GROSS NIL RESPONSE/FAILURE of Department/Administrative Machinery/Functionaries under such CM.
As provided for in the RTI Act, kindly support each reply/information with adequate and detail documentary proof by attaching the photocopy of all such documents wherever it exist/existed, in whichever form it exist/existed, in good readable condition.
The undersigned needs all the information as the word ‘information’ reads in Sec.2(f), to have the ‘right to information’ as it is means in Sec 2.(j) to all the record as it is read in Sec.2(i).
Please transfer this application of part of it, if the information sought at or part of it not lying with you, to the public authority with whom the information of part of it is available as per the provisions of Sec.6(3).The undersigned expects an early reply from your end latest by the provision as stated in Sec.7(1). Please note that a court fee of Rs. 10/- is affixed as application fee.
S. Sridhar, Husband of Dr. Manju Mookerjee (Sridhar)
‘Mookerjee House’, 2 A Srinath Das Lane, Bowbazar,
Kolkata 700012. Phone : 98309 28232.
FIRST APPEAL LETTER TO CMO, WEST BENGAL AS BELOW
Dated : November 16th 2011.
The Appellate Authority under RTI Act,
Chief Miniser's Office,
Under the provisions of RTI Act 2005, I inform and request as below:
1. That I submitted an RTI application dated October 14th vide receipt number 2433 (Copy attached) to The SPIO, CMO, Writer's Building, Kolkata with requisite Court Fee.
2. That the time limit specified by the Act lapsed and no reply is received till date, causing ‘deemed refusal of my RTI Applications’.
3. I request the provisions of the RTI Act may be applied and pray to provide me the information within statutory time limit as per the Act.
A photocopy of my original RTI application is attached for your reference.
H/o. Dr. Manju Mookerjee (Sridhar),
2 A, Srinath Das Lane,
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