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    Re: RTI in UTI Bank


    Try it out first. Apply for RTI to UTI Bank and if they refuse make complain to the CIC. Let the CIC Decide on it.
    Thanks debadutt for your suggestion.
    Thanks Kaira & Ganpat for your valuable suggestions.

    How shall I put the application to UTI Bank?
    Since they have no PIOs who shall accept my application?

    What mode of communication I shall use? FAX/Email/Snail Mail?
    Do I have to enclose the payment with my application?

    Sidharth



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    Quote Originally Posted by debadutt View Post
    Hi Sid, Ganpat

    Recently the CIC has taken a view that even Stock Exchanges are Public Authority. Which has been vehemently opposed by the all the Sock Exchanges including NSE. The case is pending in the Delhi High Court.
    Deb
    Hello Debadutt, at the time of posting your above observation, the NSE had already been granted stay by the Delhi High Court. Fulll details will be available in tomorrow's newspapers.

  3. Re: RTI in UTI Bank


    Thanks Ganpat for pointing me about the stay.
    Does the stay applies to NSE only or to BSE and other Regional SEs also?
    As far as I know it originates from the Jaipur SE.

    Hope the stay is vacated soon. Watch out for the final judgment?
    What about the Discoms case? Is it still pending in HC?

    Debdutta

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    The discussion on discoms case is separately available in the following thread:RTI ruling puts discoms, DERC at loggerheads . To the best of my knowledge, there is no further update on this.

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    The decision of the CIC :

    https://cic.gov.in/CIC-Orders/Decision_07062007_29.pdf

    was by a full bench and the respondents were both JSE and NSE (besides SEBI and MoF). But online news reports are still not clear.

    Please see:

    https://www.rtiindia.org/forum/rti-ne....html#post3447

    Maybe tomorrows papers will be more clear.

  6. #14

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    Helo Ganpat & Karira,
    Thanks for your valuable and most enlightening comments.

    Would you please comment/advise me on my post here.
    https://www.rtiindia.org/forum/ask-rt....html#post3426


    What about the Banking Ombudsman?
    Are they also covered under the RTI Act?
    AFAIK they are Quasi Judicial Bodies?

    Sidharth

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    sidmis,

    Please refer to the following decision of the CIC:

    https://cic.gov.in/CIC-Orders/Decision_29062007_29.pdf

    In particular please see the first para of the decision notice:

    “It is accepted by all parties that the school from whom the
    information has been sought is not a public authority and is indeed
    an unaided school. However, the definition of information u/s2 (f)
    includes “any private body which can be accessed by public
    authority under any other law for the time being in force”. Thus u/s
    2(j), ‘Right to Information’ means the right to information accessible
    under this Act, which would, therefore, include information
    accessible by a public authority under any law. In this case, the
    Delhi Schools Education Act, 1973 clearly applies to all recognized
    schools. Information sought regarding teachers in the Mamta
    Modern Senior Secondary School, Vikas Puri is, therefore,
    established to be accessible to the Director under the Delhi School
    Education Act, 1973 and hence to every citizen............."

    I am sure, if you do some research and think carefully in a structured/logical manner, you will definitely come up with atleast one law in force and one PA, through whom you can acces the information you need from UTI Bank.

    In India, not even a ant can move, without taking permission from some Government body or be covered by some obscure law.

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    Re: RTI in UTI Bank


    I am sure, if you do some research and think carefully in a structured/logical manner, you will definitely come up with atleast one law in force and one PA, through whom you can acces the information you need from UTI Bank.
    In India, not even a ant can move, without taking permission from some Government body or be covered by some obscure law.
    Thanks a lot Karira.
    When I was in a despair, thinking of the hopeless situation I am in, you have rekindled my hope.

    The Best PA is the RBI that's coming to my mind right now.

    Sidharth

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