Tuesday, December 22, 2009

[rti_india] Re: CIC hearings with respect to High Courts - CIC contravenes its own rules !


Dear RTIWanted

You may be interested in knowing that you are now on the
most wanted list of the NIA. It seems that you have come on
the list because you are on a closed list exchanging emails
with "international terrorists" like one Vishwas Bhamburkar
who wants to blow up colleges in Pune (incl the Indira
Institute of Management.<grin>


--- In rti_india@yahoogroups.com, "C K" <rtiwanted@...> wrote:
> To:
> Mr Wajahat Habibullah
> Chief Information Commissioner
> Central Information Commission
> New Delhi
> Dear Sir,
> RE: CIC Contravenes its own Rules !
> Your attention is drawn to the following order of the CIC:
> http://cic.gov.in/CIC-Orders/AT-13032009-07.pdf
> Quote
> The matter was listed for hearing before Division Bench in view of
> decision taken by this Commission in its Weekly Meeting that all
> appeals and complaints filed against various High Courts should be
> heard by a Bench consisting of two Information Commissioners.
> Unquote
> However, it is surprising to note that in the following two matters,
> related to Delhi High Court, the hearing has been conducted only
> by yourself – alone:
> http://cic.gov.in/CIC-Orders/WB-03122009-02.pdf
> http://cic.gov.in/CIC-Orders/WB-17122009-06.pdf
> If there has been a change in the earlier policy by the CIC, it should at
> least be suo-motu disclosed under Sec 4(1)(b)(iii) and Sec 4(1)(c) of
> the RTI Act.
> In view of the larger public interest involved and to bring in transparency
> in the working of CIC, can you please clarify the correct position of CIC
> in this matter ?
> Thanking You,
> RTIwanted



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