Thursday, April 23, 2015

Re: [IAC#RG] Wi-Fi in Delhi Stakeholder Consultation Meet

As onlookers we see that for some strange reason aap is slowly separating itself from it's soul.
We can see ppl on this portal can see what may happen in future due to their experience in this field.
It not right for pol parties to make unrealistic claims to claim power.We really thought aap was different and it's workers selfless.

On 22 Apr 2015 23:24, "Sarbajit Roy" <> wrote:
Dear Mr. Verma
cc: regular subscribers of India Against Corruption for information

I have received your appended email, and I wish to convey my strong
disapproval with the surreptitious and secretive manner in which the
GoNCTD proposes to conduct this consultative process for "free WIFI in
Delhi" which was personally promised to the voters by Shri Arvind
Kejriwal at the time of seeking our votes this year.

It is very clear from your attached tentative agenda that the expert
ordinary citizens of Delhi, also known as aam aadmi, shall be excluded
from the critical deliberations on such an important matter with vast
financial implications which was promised to them.

It is also very clear now that there is a stench of deep corruption
and failure attached to this proposal which is causing Shri Kejriwal's
Govt to behave in this corrupt and evasive fashion to exclude the
citizen stakeholders who have responded, as is clearly evident from
your tentative agenda.

Accordingly, I would therefore request you to kindly confirm / explain
why expert persons like me who have responded to the public notice
issued by GoNCT's IT dept are being excluded from the entire
deliberations which stretch over 3 days. I would certainly like to
know why I have only been called on 27 April 2015 and am apparently
excluded from attending on the other 2 days.

I would also request you to kindly immediately upload to your website
all the background documents, including negotiations / discussions
which have already taken place with suppliers, so that we can properly
respond to the same. It is well known and in public domain that Shri
Adarsh Shastri had conducted intense negotiations with certain
suppliers before the recent elections, and it is certainly curious
from your agenda that he is taking such a personal interest in the
matter when there is already a Minister for IT in GoNCTD.

I would also like know who the members of the expert panel/s is/are
and how they were selected. I would also like to read all the
responses received as a precondition of my informed participation, on
the lines of the consultation procedure followed by the TRAI.

With best wishes


Er. Sarbajit Roy
National Convenor
India Against Corruption

On 4/22/15, Gaurav Verma <> wrote:
> Dear Sir/ Madam,
> We have received your nomination for the stakeholder consultation meet
> scheduled on 23rd, 24th and 27th April 2015.
> We confirm your participation and you are requested to join the
> consultation
> meet along with your team as per details mentioned below:
> Date
> Time
> Venue
> 27th April 2015
> 10:00 am onwards
> Delhi Secretariat, I.P. Estate, New Delhi
> Tentative agenda is attached for your kind perusal. Final agenda will be
> uploaded on website: by evening of 22nd April 2015.
> Protocol for the Stakeholder's Consultation Meet:
> *         All participants need to register themselves at the registration
> counter on the scheduled date for consultation meet. Entry pass shall be
> provided at the registration counter.
> *         Carry any original government recognized Photo Id Card (Such as
> PAN Card, Voters Id Card, Aadhar Card etc.) for verification purposes.
> Participants shall not be allowed in the meet without valid photo id proof.
> *         Participants are requested to be present 30 minutes before
> scheduled time.
> With Regards,
> Gaurav Verma
> Consultant
> State e-Governance Mission Team
> Department of IT, GNCTD
> E:  <> | T: 011
> 23392077|M: +91 9650787596
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