Sunday, July 18, 2010

[rti_india] What have we done to deserve such dumb ICs in the CIC ?

Applicant asked for various information from BIS and the first one was:

Qus.1. Please send me your office newly published manual (17 points manual of booklet) belonging to the year 2008-09, according under section 4(1)(b) of the Right to Information Act. 2005.

To this, the PIO replied:

Ans. Your Query is not clear.

The First Appellate Authority (FAA)/Dy. Director General (South), Bureau of Indian
Standards (BIS) vide his order dated 16.10.2009 upheld the reply / decision of the CPIO.

And our IC SS in the CIC ruled:

During the hearing the Respondent submit, in respect to point no. 1 of the RTI
Application, that the Applicant has not mentioned the specific manual / booklet he is
referring to in his application. The BIS is using various manuals for the activities being
carried out and the manuals are already placed in Public Domain. The Commission
holds that since the Appellant not mentioned the specific information he has sought, the
Respondent have not been able to furnish the requisite documents to him.


Any more vacancies available in the World Bank please ?


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