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Serial RTI applicant warned for misuse of Information Act
PIO fails to attend hearing, State Information Commission coughs up Rs 10,000 requital
RTI info denied, Rs 50,000 fine on F’bad MC official
RTI: CIC Decisions regarding exemption from diclosure of information, transfer of RTI application, compensation to the complainant, etc.
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Serial RTI applicant warned for misuse of Information Act

Sep 11, 2018
Times of India
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PIO fails to attend hearing, State Information Commission coughs up Rs 10,000 requital

Dnaindia.com
Sep 10, 2018
The State Information Commission (SIC) has awarded a compensation of Rs 10,000 to an applicant after a Public Information Officer (PIO) repeatedly failed to attend the hearing. …

RTI info denied, Rs 50,000 fine on F’bad MC official

Tribuneindia.com
September 9, 2018
The State Information Commission has imposed a penalty of Rs50,000 on an Assistant Engineer of the Municipal Corporation, Faridabad (MCF), for not replying to two applications submitted under the RTI Act. …

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RTI: CIC Decisions regarding exemption from diclosure of information, transfer of RTI application, compensation to the complainant, etc.

Aug 20, 2018 : Dtf.in

CIC Decision dated 06.08.2018 on the Appeal filed by Mr. K.S. Jain Vs. CPIO, Dte. Gen. of Vig., Customs & Central Excise, New Delhi

The Appellant was not able to contest the submissions of the Respondent or to establish the larger public interest in disclosure which outweighs the harm to the protected interests. The Commission observed that the said matter pertained to exemption claimed u/s 8 (1) (h) and not Section 8 (1) (j). The Commission also observed that the applicant therein sought information in the context of his own suspension pending disciplinary action, whereas in the present instance, the Appellant had sought information regarding a third party. [Sections 8(1)(h), 8(1)(j); Public Interest, 3rd Party]

CIC Decision dated 06.08.2018 on the Appeal filed by Ms. Rashi Agrawal Vs. CPIO, SPMCIL, New Delhi, CPIO, Indian Security Press, Nashik 

CIC: “… … it is evident that the transfer of RTI application u/s 6 (3) to the concerned PIO was not made by the Respondent (SPMCIL, New Delhi) vide its initial reply dated 29.07.2016 and that no reply had been furnished by the Respondent (ISP Nashik) subsequent to the transfer of points 03 and 05 of the RTI application by FAA, SPMCIL, vide letter dated 06.09.2016 which was a grave violation of the provisions of the RTI Act, 2005. The Commission, therefore instructs the CMD, SPMCIL, to depute an officer of a senior rank to seek the explanation to the show cause notice from the concerned CPIOs and furnish the details sought by the Complainant …..” [Sections 6(3), 20(1); Processing of RTI Application/1st Appeal]

CIC Decision dated 30.07.2018 on the Appeal filed by Shri Subhash Chandra Agrawal Vs. CPIO, Min. of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, New Delhi

The CIC was of the opinion that a token amount of Rs.1,000/- should be paid as compensation to the appellant u/s 19(8)(b) of the RTI Act for the detriment caused to him and that this amount of Rs.1,000/- is to be paid by the public authority, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change as compensation to the appellant u/s 19(8)(b) of the RTI Act for the detriment caused him for the delay caused. [Sections 2(f), 19, 19(8)(b); File Notings, Compensations to Complainant]

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