Saturday, November 27, 2010

Re: [RTI INDIA] Re: A Minor's Right to Information

Dear Sarbajit,

I would appreciate if you can elicit /elucidate the DEFINITION of a CITIZEN by quoting relevant Article/s of the Constitution of India as well as any other relevant provisions of law (i.e. acts, rules, regulations, case laws etc.)



On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 9:25 PM, sroy1947 <> wrote:
Dear Sid (and everyone else who has replied later to this thread)

1) IC Shailesh is an idiot.

2) IC Shilesh is a 'bhada ka tattoo' (ie mule for hire) who has been
made to wear blinkers so that the only road he can see in front of him
is RTI Act. (and not the whole wide world around him).

3) Minors have no right in law to file RTIs or Court cases (or to sue
or be sued) independently. They must always have an adult with them,
as their "next friend" / guardian. Its all there in CPC and other
special / procedural laws..

4) Mrs Urvashi Sharma is trying to get cheap publicity to show that
her daughter age 9 (?) or is it 4(?) is the youngest RTI applicant. My
own son has filed a RTI application to a Central Govt regulatory
agency in Jan 2003 !!! (with fee) and they accepted it and gave the
reply (after lot of fighting) in May 2003. He was 2yrs 11 months when
he filed it. Based on this he filed a Writ in SC (at age 3 years) as
petitioner in person - I was his next friend - the Court; listened to
him carefully and dubbed him "learned counsel" (recorded in their
order) and passed an order which eventually caused "Hathaways" a loss
of 600 crore rupees.

Sarbajit Roy

On Nov 27, 5:59 pm, Sidharth Misra <> wrote:
> I have come across a news item where the UP SIC Sh Pankaj has rejected a
> Minor's appeal saying that she is a MINOR.
> IC Shailesh says that there's no such bar in the Act.
> Who is right ?
> If yes then How minor he/she can be ? ? ?
> Can any one throw some light on this ?
> Regards,
> sidharth

It is not always the same thing to be a good man and a good citizen - Aristotle

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