Sunday, April 22, 2012

Re: [HumJanenge] Mah SIC wants state to limit RTI pleas

Could it not be also the case where "frequent" appellant could be knowing the law better than the SIC himself ?

On the other hand, what would be the case if similar logic is applied by all other public authorities as well? Would you start limiting the Ambanis from applying for frequent loans, Bhushans from filing frequent PILs, Jethmalinis from frequently defending criminals, Amul from opening frequent franchises etc. Would Indian Airlines discontinue their frequent flyers membership and the Mumbai Rail discontinue their season tickets to curb frequent travelers?

Ever heard of Hodes Milman who hold the world record of maximum number of lawsuits for injury victims?

Maybe we should ask the Mah SIC take up the frequent kidnapping case with the Maoists instead. That should be a more worthy cause.


--- On Sun, 4/22/12, RAKESH GUPTA <> wrote:

Subject: Re: [HumJanenge] Mah SIC wants state to limit RTI pleas
Date: Sunday, April 22, 2012, 9:43 AM

dear sirs, 
logic to limit the appeal outrageous.
if, number of similar appeals is filed by one person. Same can be disposed  in minimum time, by citing the same facts of the similar appeal> by the limit, SIC is hiding his incompetence to decide the matter faster.
with regards
rakesh gupta

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