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    shan,

    Can you please translate the above into English and post it here OR just post a synopsis/gist of the circular.

    It will be helpful to those members/guests who do not understand pure Hindi.

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    Noida: In order to serve the purpose of providing information under RTI Act 2005, there is a provision to appoint public information officers in the offices of public authorities as per the Rule-5 of Chapter-2. Hence, under the Rules-5 and 19, according to the letter 3704/ prash-1, dated 27-12-2005, the UP Housing Avam Development Board appointed assistant housing commissioner/ assistant registrar as a PIO (public information officer) and joint housing commissioner/ joint registrar as first appellate authority in order to provide information to the general public about the co-operative housing societies in the respective areas of the officers. After the implementation of the RTI Act, officers at the headquarters noticed that information sought by the complainants were about land allotment, possession of the land, registry of the land, illegal activities of the secretary and chairman, and proposals related with the societies. On the contrary, higher authorities as well as applicants were facing high amount of inconvenience in providing and receiving the desired information.

    Thus, access to the information needed to be easy for the applicants and to end the mounting hassles, Dr. MAA Khan, Housing Commissioner, issued a letter (Number 3273) following the article 2 (J) (III) along with 2(A) of RTI Act 2005, dated November 16, 2006 in which it was noticeably stated that the secretary of the co-operative housing societies is liable to work as a PIO to general public for absolute transparency in the system.

    I have copied the above from your post , karira. The synopsis is in bold letters. This all information can be sought from the secretary as per the circular. If any objection is raised this copy can be shown to the secretary of the co-op society.

    Let us wait for feedback on this one.

    shan

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    Where to download the appln. form. Can you guide me how & whom to file the RTI in case of co-operative housing society.

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    In this particular case land/flats were provided by the Govt. , that way it is controlled by the Govt. So RTI act is applicable here. But when the land of the Coop. Housing society was purchased from private party is RTI Act also applicable ? In West Bengal , though these Hsg Societies are some how controlled by the Registrar concerned, but any
    query related with the Coop Soc is not accepted by the Registrar's office PIO and thus we are not receiving important information from any where. Would any member suggest how to have information? Any way when Registrar has got certain control, why the concerned PIO can not provide required information obtainig it from the Coop.Housing Societies ?

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    In our case the managing commitee was suspended by the govt. for mass irregularities done by them & the Registrar appointed as the secretary. Would this inf. help in deciding how & what to use under RTI>

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    Well based on the above notification, a RTI was filed with Sehkari Adhikari ( Awas )dt 29/04/08 & the response was dated 13th May that since the inf. is not available with us & that since the secretary is liable to act as a PIo , the response was solicited from the secretary/ PIo of the society. A copy of the same was marked to the applicant.

    Now, my query is that since it is 40 days & there is no response from the secretary/ PIo, how long to wait & then what is the next step.

    Seek response/ advise from all the veterans on this great portal

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    Shan,

    Just wait a few days more (to account for postal delays) and then submit a First Appeal against "deemed refusal" of information.

    A general First Appeal format for deemed refusal is attached to the following post:

    https://www.rtiindia.org/forum/3363-d...html#post11618

    In your "prayer" or "relief sought" you may add another point about the information being supplied to you "free of cost" since the PIO has delayed the reply beyond the mandated 30 or 35 or 40 days, if it is applicable to your case.

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