Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Re: [rti_india] Violations by SIC Suresh Joshi.


Sir, the only option is to approach the Hon'ble High Court with a request to grant a Writ of Mandamus. The Information Commission being a state within the meaning of Article 21 of the Constitution can't make the citizen to wait for indefinately for the disposal of Appeals and complaints. Recently, the same kind of  Writ petition has been filed before the Hon'ble High Court of Calcutta which directed the Commission to dispose the Appeal in 45 days time. I personally feel that writing to Hon'ble Governor won't yeild much desired  result.Dont' waste time and approach the High Court soon.All the best.

From: LESLIE ALMEIDA <lesals2000@yahoo.com>
To: siddharth_murarka@yahoo.com
Cc: go4_afzal@rediffmail.com; grvora@gmail.com; hamarasociety@yahoogroups.com; humjanange@yahoogroups.com; percy@ghaswalafoundation.org; rti_india@yahoogroups.com; rtimahilamanchup@googlegroups.com; sdbharti@gmail.com; kshah623@yahoo.co.in; thebravepedestrian@gmail.com
Sent: Wed, 1 September, 2010 8:09:44 AM
Subject: [rti_india] Violations by SIC Suresh Joshi.


Respected members.
Its time that all affected RTI 2nd appeal applicants of Mumbai  whoses orders are vague, or are pending like mine
7 orders are "DECISION TO BE TAKEN" over 2 years now, Complains u/s 18 are never attended
my 7 complains some  are over 3 years, could some  lawyer attached to the Bombay High Court
guide us and take up the matter at a reasonable cost, as many of us feel  frustrated, as per DOPT there is no time frame for which complains should be taken up, I wrote to the Governor with documentary evidence about 8 months back nothing happened, He has retired.C.K.Jamil. any one having similar complains can send xerox copies to me, but at High court we will need the original copy to present to court
kindly extend your support by sending me your e-mail address
positive advise and suggestions are welcome
Leslie Almeida


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