Friday, May 28, 2010

Re: [rti_india] Fwd: [Indiarti] CIC to approach SC as ICs refuse to work


Mr Raminder, please do not confuse yourself. The Supreme Court of India has already defined itself as a Public Authority and had appointed CPIO & FAA long ago. Kindly check link
The website also contains an interesting article on RTI by Hon YK Sabarwal, the then Chief Justice of India. Check link
The case which you are referring is about declaring the Office of the Chief Justice of India is convered under the RTI Act.
RTI Wanted, why cant you make it a point to give information directly, instead of pointing the link to a third party site like This site, insists that you register on their website first, to download any information be it CIC or High Court / SC Judgement or even Govt. Orders on RTI. This kind of information should be on public domain and one should not insist on compulsary registration for downloading information of public interest.
Best wishes

--- On Fri, 5/28/10, C K Jam <> wrote:

From: C K Jam <>
Subject: Re: [rti_india] Fwd: [Indiarti] CIC to approach SC as ICs refuse to work
Date: Friday, May 28, 2010, 9:24 AM

Dear Mr Raminder,

Unfortunately you are not a designated PIO under the RTI Act.
Otherwise, i would have dragged you to the CIC/SIC and hoped that they take you to task for providing misleading and incorrect information.

Please read: http://www.rtiindia .org/forum/ 53519-supreme- court-agrees- office-cji- pa-defined- sec-2-h-right- information- act.html

Don't ask me why no newspaper or agency has covered this till now.
Maybe you can break the news.


--- On Thu, 5/27/10, Raminder Singh <> wrote:

From: Raminder Singh <>
Subject: Re: [rti_india] Fwd: [Indiarti] CIC to approach SC as ICs refuse to work
To: rti_india@yahoogrou
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010, 5:38 PM

Dear Shri Jam

On 7 Mar 2010 the registry of Supreme court challenged
order of bench of Delhi high court declaring office of the
CJI "public authority" under RTI. Notice was issued after that
to applicant S.C.Agarwall to reply. Case is still sub-judice.
Court outsiders are speculating that Registry did not ask for
stay so CJI has accepted the High court order. Actually
the legal position is that court cannot grant itself relief in its
own cause. So baba check your own facts.

R S Pabbi

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