Latest RTI query and reply from activist Subhash Agrawal

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UNDER RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT

 

Central Public Information Officer

Supreme Court of India

Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110001

 

Sir

I will be obliged if your honour kindly provides me complete and detailed information on under-mentioned aspects together with relevant file-notings/correspondence/documents etc.:

 

1.      Whether, as per the judgment of the Supreme Court in Special reference No.1 of 1998{(1998)7 SCC 739} while recommending the names of High Court Judges to be elevated to the Supreme Court, the Honourable Judges of the Supreme Court who are conversant with the affairs of the High Court concerned are being consulted by the Honourable Chief Justice of India?

2.      If Yes, whether in the case of recommendation of Honourable Mr Justice P.D. Dinakaran  the judges of the Supreme Court who were conversant with the affairs of the High Court concerned, in particular Honourable Mr Justice Markandey Katju, Honourable Mr Justice V.S.Sirpurkar and Honourable Mr Justice A.K.Ganguly, were consulted or not?

3.      Copy of complete record on recommending elevation of Honourable Mr Justice PD Dinakaran as Judge at Supreme Court

4.      Any other related information

5.      File-notings on movement of this RTI petition as well

 

In case query relates to some other public-authority, please transfer this RTI petition to the CPIO there under section 6(3) of RTI Act. Postal-order 84E 180648 for rupees ten is enclosed towards RTI fees.

 

Regards

 

 

SUBHASH CHANDRA AGRAWAL

(Guinness Record Holder & RTI Activist)

1775 Kucha Lattushah

Dariba, Chandni Chowk

DELHI 110006 (India)

Mobile 9810033711    Fax      23254036

E-mail  subhashmadhu@sify.com

Web     www.subhashmadhu.com

 

22.01.2010

 
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Denial of onformation is clear violation of right to information. The judiciary  is putting itself under suspicion .

 
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marketing

what is the present position?


any appeal made under rti ?

 
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Dear Shri S C Agrwal,

 &

Adv Shri Y Prakash,

Respected Sirs,

i applied for 3 applications under RTI act 2005, against M/s NTPC, Korba dated on 11.1.2010. They received the matter with seal and sign. Till today they did not reply. What should be the next course of action. Please advice. thanks.

 
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The above applications are related with some corrupt practices of a few officers. pl help

 
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Medical Value Travel

Sh. Arup ji,

I am sure that you will hv many more questions relating to RTI henceforth. To give you rigth direction I suggest you to look at a friendly portal on RTI whose URL is  http://www.rtiindia.org/
All the best Sir.
Rgds,


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Dear Arup,

As per the rti act 2005,you were supposed to receive the answer to your rti query within 30-35 days.

Now you may file a first appeal to the appellate authority immediately before 11th march 2010.

As suggested by Mr.Arunkumar,you may visit RTI india.org for further guidance in this regard


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Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh

Until the judiciary itself start respecting the aim of this right of general public how can we expect its regard from the public officers. It seems this is only a weapon in the hands of general public which rebuts and hurts only it.

 
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MR. ARUP  GUPTA JI,   I  WILL  SUGGEST  YOU   TO   FILE  A  PETITION   AGAINST     THE    PIO      BEFORE  THE  DISTRICT   CONSUMER    FORUM.   YOU    CAN     SEE  THE  PIO   WILL  BE   PENALISED   IN  THE   CONSUMER  COURT.   

 
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