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Disproportionate Diversion of Resources

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Please refer attachment which can be used while filing first or second appeal for denial of information quoting section 7.9 of RTI Act [Disproportionate diversion of resources]
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Updated 30-11-12 at 07:57 PM by jps50 (improving)

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  1. taurus's Avatar
    Very good compilation. This explains the true import of this oft misquoted provision of the RTI Act. Good work. Thanks. Please keep up your good work. Your blog entries have practical value and I am sure thousands of our members have been benefitted by them.
  2. gra2050's Avatar
    Dear Friends,
    I have been helped so much through these collections that i cannot explain it in words,but i am sure enough that this would contribute without
    any match.
    G.R.AGARWAL
  3. Khushachand Baheti's Avatar
    Thanks. PIOs often reject the information under the guise of this section. Some times the applicant is asked to come in office and inspect the record, since information sought is in huge record. The PIO agrees to give copies of documents selected by applicant. But how far it is correct to ask applicant to come and put huge bundles of record before him asking him to select the required information? Can PIO do so ? PL. Enlighten
  4. karira's Avatar
    Very good compilation !
  5. snkmoorthy's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by kHUSHALCHAND BAHETI
    Thanks. PIOs often reject the information under the guise of this section. Some times the applicant is asked to come in office and inspect the record, since information sought is in huge record. The PIO agrees to give copies of documents selected by applicant. But how far it is correct to ask applicant to come and put huge bundles of record before him asking him to select the required information? Can PIO do so ? PL. Enlighten
    certainly. people do ask sometimes voluminous information which is genuinely beyond the resources of the information provider. sec 7(9) comes to the help of the PIO in this context. if the information seeker is serious about getting the information, he should have no hesitation in visiting the office to take a look at the material and take away whatever he wants.

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