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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    Quote Originally Posted by sarbajit View Post
    Also 3 posts I have made on this issue on these threads have been removed. Why ?
    Posts have been edited/deleted since they violate forum rules : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/conten...rum-rules.html

    Similarly, posts "reported" by you have also been edited/deleted, if they are in violation of forum rules.

    Many members are complaining about your posts which belittle and insult other members and their intelligence. Please stick to the topic of discussion rather than making personal attacks on other members or insulting them.


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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    The very last line of the Order of PSIC needs careful reading .
    Any party aggrieved by this order has the remedy to seek judicial redress, reminded by Section 19 (9) of the RTI Act.
    The PSIC referred to JUDICIAL REDRESS .

    After giving it another thought , I think I should go by the line adopted by Sh. Bhanot and Dr. Rajan . PSIC can be persuaded to consider S.19(9) of the RTI Act to be applied at the level of IC only [ not the High Court ] .
    So my previous post [ # 19] in this thread to the contrary be ignored plz .

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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    Quote Originally Posted by dr.s.malhotra View Post
    Bhanot Sahib,
    It would be helpful if you can post the file in "word.doc" form .

    Doc file is attached
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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?



    Quote Originally Posted by karira View Post
    Posts have been edited/deleted since they violate forum rules : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/conten...rum-rules.html

    Similarly, posts "reported" by you have also been edited/deleted, if they are in violation of forum rules.

    Many members are complaining about your posts which belittle and insult other members and their intelligence. Please stick to the topic of discussion rather than making personal attacks on other members or insulting them.
    Unfortunately certain members have adopted the practice of "hijacking" threads (and also "necro-bumping") to steer the discourse off course. For eg. post #7 by Dr Rajan on this thread has caused to discussion to veer off to 19(9) by some uncited decision of PSIC. Despite your asking him to upload the decision in post #8 he did no such thing. How can any STRUCTURED discussion take place under these circumstances or with discourtesy to other members?

    This thread is about whether or not a "review" petition to CIC is maintainable. Dr Rajan has caused it to go off track. I can cite at least 10 other cases on threads I am contributing to where he is doing the same.

    19(9) ..The Central Information Commission or State Information Commission, as the case may be, shall give notice of its decision, including any right of appeal, to the complainant and the public authority. ... is unconnected with "review" as is also
    19(7) ... The decision of the Central Information Commission or State Information Commission, as the case may be, shall be binding.

    Th provision for review in the RTI Act 2005 stems from 7(3), 10(2)+(3) and 25(3)(c) for specified matters and the CPC thereafter.

    Of these the most important is 25(3)(c) !!!
    "... the number of appeals referred to the Central Information Commission or State Information Commission, as the case may be, for review, the nature of the appeals and the outcome of the appeals; .. "

    HAS ANYBODY REFERRED TO 25(3)(c) on this thread in the last 4 years ???
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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    Quote Originally Posted by sarbajit View Post
    For eg. post #7 by Dr Rajan on this thread has caused to discussion to veer off to 19(9) by some uncited decision of PSIC. Despite your asking him to upload the decision in post #8 he did no such thing.
    The decision is uploaded on post no.12

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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    Quote Originally Posted by smbhappy View Post
    Further to my Post No. 4 Please find attached a submission made to Punjab State Information Commission for review of its order dated 27 February 2012 in the Complaint case No.3375 of 2011.

    Please go through it and suggest further improvements. I need to submit the same before the commission on 03 September 2012 (Monday).

    Thanks all


    Dear SMB

    You may also include CIC decisions in CIC/LS/A/2010/900026 which I am attaching to show how CIC orders (passed ex-parte) can be completely overturned ;-)
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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    Quote Originally Posted by vsprajan View Post
    The decision is uploaded on post no.12
    The PDF is misleadingly titled as "To penalise or not to penalise".
    The PDF file does not contain the word "review" anywhere.
    Para 12 says nothing of "review" .. it speaks of "judicial redress" in the context of as "wakeup call to the authorities for ills affecting the system". In other words for redressal of ills affecting society go to a judicial forum for redress and dont file RTI complaints to us. In fact immediately before this at end of PARA 11 they have said "RTI is not a substitute for governance reforms"

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    Re: When does one use a "review petition" to the CIC?


    Quote Originally Posted by sarbajit View Post
    The PDF is misleadingly titled as "To penalise or not to penalise".
    Contents of the post in capital letters deleted by Moderator. Poster may repost the contents if he/she so wishes.


    Please refer to post no.20, with regard to the discussion on the mechanism of appeal in the complaint petition.

    Moreover, Section 23- "no such order shall be called in question otherwise than by way of an appeal under this Act." - The said section is no bar for the writ jurisdiction of the high courts.

    If the complainant or the public authority is aggrieved by the decision of the information commission in a complaint petition, then they can appeal against the same as mentioned in section 19(9) of the act which is clearly mentioned in one of my previous posts.

    The post no.20 is a reply to Shri.Surendra Bhanot and should not be construed so as to deliberately divert from the topic " When does one use a " review petition" to the CIC?"

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