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vijay kumar (student)     16 February 2022

Looking for full rti judgement.

I tried searching google for rti judgement but could not locate that judgement.

If anyone has the copy of judgement please let do share here. 

""It is the height of anti-RTI attitude of the CPIO and harassment of the appellant," he noted as he imposed a maximum penalty of Rs 25,000 on the officer. “Assuming that the information sought was personal information of the deceased policy holder, his legal heir (father) being the owner of part of that property, is entitled to his own information,” he said. Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu held that son is a class I legal heir of a deceased person according to the Hindu Succession Act and has every right to know details of policies once held by his father."

Copy of information shared here.


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