Originally Posted by RAVEENA_O
File First Appeal before the FAA of CIC on following grounds:
GROUNDS: Unless proved that record was destroyed as per the prescribed rules of destruction/ retention policy, it is deemed that record continues to be held by public authority. Claim of file “missing” or “not traceable”
Originally Posted by Yogi M. P. Singh
To direct concerned to entertain my appeal in accordance with the law. Prayer-Rule 25 &26 of Allahabad High court (Right to Information)Rules 2006 are ultravires to Right to Information Act 2005 so that declared to be null &Registrar (A/C & Exam)/I/C Central Public Information Officer be
Originally Posted by ELIAS ABDUL ZALIL
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The general idea centres around the proposition that it is the responsibility of PIO to get the opinion of Competent Authority/Public Authority so as to satisfy the requirement of disclosure of information in larger public interest or if the disclosure outweighs harm to the protected information. If
Senior activists may please clarify: Nationalized and scheduled Banks in India are members of the Indian Banks Association. The Dearness Relief payable to employees of the member Banks including the Pensioners are notified by IBA to member Banks. Can the IBA decline to provide details of Dearness Relief
Thanks to RTI …..everyone for their support and guidance to file second appeal to Central information commission.
CIC fixed the date for hearing. Please give some suggestions and advise which can help me to defend my position.
First time I am going to attain
In the aforesaid circumstances, the remedy lies in setting in motion the Appellate Process/Supervisory Jurisdiction of the Information Commission as prescribed under the Act. In order to corroborate the authenticity of documents supplied, if there is a reason to doubt, the applicant may file another
Originally Posted by rameshverma
In the scenario posed by the querist, as rightly suggested in Post 3 & 4, the remedy lies in setting in motion the Appellate Process/Supervisory Jurisdiction of the Information Commission as prescribed under the Act. In order to corroborate the authenticity of documents supplied, if there is a reason
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The expression ‘public authority’ has been defined u/s 2 (h) of the RTI Act but the word ‘authority’ has not been defined under the said Act. In fact, the word ‘authority’ has not been defined under any law for the time being in force.
Therefore, the word ‘authority’ requires to be construed as