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    Re: 'substantially financed' while defining any organization to be Public Body.


    Quote Originally Posted by virtualmukesh View Post
    substantially financed,
    the madhya pradesh state government has issued amendments in the Right to Information(Fees and Appeal) rules, 2005: -which states
    "Substantially Financed" means where fifty percent of annual turn over or
    rupees fifty thousand, which ever is less, is financed by the Government or any of its institution.it can be used for the state of M.P. I have the pdf file of the same.

    virtualmukesh

    I do not know how to add a file to the message
    Please attach the amendment OR give a online link.

    As per Sec 27 and 28 of the RTI Act, the "appropriate government" or the "competent authority" can make Rules to carry forward the provisions of the Act.

    They cannot make rules to redefine the RTI Act - that can only be done by the parliament.

    They cannot also pass RTI Rules to "interpret" the Act. That can be only done by the CIC/SIC or the Courts.




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    Re: 'substantially financed' while defining any organization to be Public Body.


    Thanks. Since long, clearification on SUBSTANCIAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE was a matter of confussion. However where Governmentn lease land on nomial prize to private educational institutes can be a critaria to decide substantial assistance needs to be cleared.

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