Tuesday, May 25, 2010

[rti_india] Hearings under RTI Act.......


I am sorry .Your contention that the appeallant can take the assistance of a lawyer in plain clothes is wrong .
I have appeared before IC/SG at the CIC where the respondent coop society was represented by a
lawyer in traditional black robes . That he made a mess of his counter is absolutely another matter .
I have also engaged lawyers in the early RTI days for presenting my case before 2 Delhi
Government PAs , Delhi Police and Registrar of Coop Societies I(both notorious PAs) .
Dr Arun Agrawal

From: nirajklko <nirajklko@yahoo.com>
To: rti_india@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tue, 25 May, 2010 7:26:35
Subject: [rti_india] Re: Hearings under RTI Act.......


YES. There is no bar under the Act that you can not take any assistance during hearing either in First Appeal or Second Appeal. However, it is always advisable that in the Appeal itself you may mention that during the proceedings I will be assisted by my Friend. (He may be any one either Friend or Activist or you may take the help of a Lawer but in plain clothes as a Friend NOT as an Advocate)

--- In rti_india@yahoogroups.com, Afzal Mohammed <mohdafzal1963@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> yes U can definitely have an audiance at the time of hearing, provided
> they dont interupt when hearing is going on. Secondly U are allowed to
> get somwone who can assit U, but convey this to thw PIO, FAA or SIC
> before the start of yr hearing.
> Regds - Mohammed Afzal
> On 5/23/10, MeetYesh <meetyesh_22_90@...> wrote:
> > 1.Can there be audience at the time of hearing(first/second)??
> > 2.If someone is accompanying(friend/activist) with the appellant for
> > hearing(first/second), Is he/she is
> > allowed to accompany??
> >
> >
> --
> Sent from my mobile device

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