The Central Information Commission Directs the Central Public Information Officer To Be Extra Cautious With Right to Information Applications.
The Central information commission decided on a case dated June 11th where the appellant filled more than 200 RTI applications and still didn’t receive any response from the PIO. Further, the commission directed the CPIO to be careful with matters related to RTI. Later, the commission disposed of the appeal because no interference was needed.
The Central Information Commission Orders Public Information Officer To Furnish a Reply on the Designated Schedule.
The Central Information Commission decided on a case dated June 14th, 2021 where it directed the PIO to administer a reply concerning some given dates filled by the Appellant within six weeks taking necessary endorsement under section 5(4) of the RTI Act.
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Accumulates With the Order Passed by the State Commission. Excerpt
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal decided on a case that was already under the Punjab state commission, the grievances known were the arrest of a debtor. The court not only understood the reason behind the detention but also didn't find any accurate reason for intervention and accordingly disposed of the appeal.
The Central Administrative Tribunal, Allahabad decided on a case where the candidate’s case was different from his community members dated June 10th, 2021.
The Central Information Commission decided on a case related to the misuse of dowry on June 11th, 2021.
Central Information Commission Orders to Strictly Avoid Mysterious Replies, Says Any Denial in RTI Matters Should Be Given Proper Hindrance
A written submission dated 28.5.2021 was received by the PIO stating the RTI application was transferred to another district of the PIO on the date 24.4.2019. Here, the commission directed to mark the unnecessary transfer of the RTI application and disposed of the case.
The Central Information Commission decided on the case dated 4th June 2021, which was filed on the PIO under the RTI Act.
Aggrieved by the order dated 1.1.2019 passed by the Learned Commissioner of the Income Tax, an appeal was filed where the tribunal rejected the arguments for the Assessee.
An RTI appeal was filed in the Central Information Commission seeking the information of the letter enclosed by the CPIO.
The complaint started with discontent towards the copy of the permission letter received by which the demolition was granted for the building on the address by the complainant. As the reply was not received, the petitioner filed the petition. Later, the commission decided to reopen every case related to RTI Act.
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