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Monday, December 31, The Karnataka RTI Activists State Committee said many public information officials are now denying them information, citing the non-existing order. G Venkatesh, a resident of Magadi Main Road in Bengaluru, had sought information about illegal conversion of agricultural land to residential plots mahiiticha JC Krishnamurthy, a panchayat development officer and PIO in Visveshwarapura gram panchayat of Nelamangala taluk.

Krishnamurthy in his response mentioned that Ganganarasimhaiah had applied for RTI 16 times in the year and according to the Supreme Court order, an individual can apply only thrice. However, Krishnamurthy stopped short of providing details of the SC order, mahiticya the party names, abbreviated type of case, case number, date, name and location of court, as is done while citing any order.

That was the statement made by the respondent which has not been considered by the commission at any point. However, the activists said the commission mahiticba have initiated legal action against the PIO responsible for citing a non-existing order of the SC for denial of adhikwr.

The Central Information Commission has directed the Home Secretary to depute an official to find out the status of 13 inquiry commission reports on communal riots in the country sincewhich Home Ministry officials claimed the MHA did not have.

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Information Commissioner Bimal Julka’s directions came while hearing a plea by RTI activist Anjali Bhardwaj, who sought to know from the ministry, information on complete reports including all volumes and annexure of various inquiry commissions or judicial commissions on communal riots.

The CIC directed Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba to depute a senior official to find out the status of the 13 reports, which are not available on the ministry’s website as well. Inthe ministry had constituted a working group of National Integration Council to study the reports of judicial and inquiry commissions appointed over the years to investigate communal riots, Bhardwaj said. The group studied 29 such reports, she said, adding she could not find 13 of them, relating to riots betweenon the website of the ministry and filed an RTI plea to get a copy of those.

Information Commissioner Julka said, “While 16 of the reports are already on the website, information about remaining 13 of them have been sought by the appellant since they were not on website.

It is an admitted fact the MHA had constituted a committee to study the reports of judicial commissions and inquiry commissions about the anatomy of communal riots, he noted. The MHA had constituted this committee to study the reports and during the hearing, the respondents from the MHA stated no such report was submitted before them, he said.

In fact, it is seen that the respondent has not even furnished any reasonable justification for such complete inaction,” he said. In a stern observation, Julka said the issue raised by Bhardwaj involves larger public interest and thus the conduct of the public information officer PIO of the MHA is found “totally unacceptable”.

The “unexplained, unreasoned but consistent” approach of the respondent of shirking their role as custodian of information, and casual approach of the PIO is defeating the purpose of transparency and administration of the RTI regime, he observed. He directed the Home Secretary to depute a senior official to look into the issue and submit a detailed report within 15 days carrying specific details like complete status of the 13 reports and reasons for them not being uploaded on the website.

It should also contain who is the actual custodian of these reports, why the application was not transferred to the authority holding information and why punitive action be not initiated for causing deliberate obstruction to the flow and dissemination of information and violation of the provisions of the RTI Act,he has asked.

This is not the first case where the Commission the highest adjudicating authority on the RTI matters has pulled up the Home Ministry for “obstruction” of flow of information. In a separate case, the ministry had not produced the report of the then CRPF Inspector General Rajnish Rai on the alleged fake encounter in Assam which the Commission had sought to be produced for its perusal so as to decide on its disclosure.

The then Information Commissioner Yashovardhan Azad had said that in case records adhukar not produced penal proceedings can be initiated against him for obstructing the process of “adjudication” of the Commission and causing obstruction to the flow mahitucha information.

The startling revelations in the CAG audit report, covering the period between andwere obtained under the Right to Information Act by activist Vihar Durve. Pointing to the absence of a grievance redressal mechanism under RTE, CAG said that the director primary educationPune had not submitted the mandatory reports on the grievance and appeals received under RTE and the action taken on them in March and September every year.


CAG further noted that the state advisory council SAC which guides the government in implementing the Act, was constituted in Maharashtra in Marchbut it held only one meeting till Novembereven though the issue of lack of meetings was raised a previous audit.

In another disturbing development, the number of illegal schools has been rising in the state in the three years from to from to respectively. Official data showed that 95 per cent of children with special needs were not given assistive devices eg wheelchair, walker, crutches.

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From to the percentage of assistive devices provided to children with special needs was very low ranging from 3. Furthermore, ramps were not provided in all schools and their availability was low in private aided and unaided schools compared to government schools, and centres for detection of learning disability were not functional in Nagpur, Amravati and Akola. Not a single hostel out of the 43 girls hostel sanctioned under the centrally sponsored scheme of the Integrated Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan RMSA for girls in the age group of 14 to 18 years, was completed despite the availability of funds.

This defeated the very purpose of providing hostel facilities to girl students in remote parts, CAG noted. Against the budget estimate of Rs 7. The work on creating sports facilities at the division, district and taluka levels was plagued with delays.

In a worrisome trend, CAG observed that the enrolment in government and local body schools was steadily dropping over three years from toeven though the budgetary allocation increased. In comparison, the number of private schools and their enrolment was on the rise. After Firstpost report on bullet train project, Maharashtra govt suspends officer who responded to RTI query.

The Maharashtra government has suspended an information officer for allegedly providing “incorrect information” under the Right to Information Act. Sarangkumar Patil had provided documents to RTI activist Jeetendra Ghadge, which had revealed that Devendra Fadnavis government had not followed the due procedure before clearing the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project.

The Home Department of Maharashtra will now conduct an inquiry against Patil, in the first instance of an information officer being suspended for allegedly providing wrong information under the RTI Act. On Tuesday, 25 December, Firstpost had reported that documents obtained by Ghadge had revealed that a Fadnavis-led panel had cleared the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project without meeting even once. On 27 February,the state home department had issued a circular noting the formation of the subcommittee to be headed by Fadnavis to conduct an “in-depth study” of the bullet train project.

More than six months later, on 12 September,the department had issued another circular approving the project. However, the response to the RTI query, which Patil sent to the activist, revealed that the subcommittee had not held a single meeting, let alone conducted an in-depth study. So far, not even one meeting has been held,” read the reply. The revelation embarrassed the Maharashtra government.

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It even suggested that the state may not have had a say in the bullet train project, considering that it is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet project. However, after Firstpost published the report, the Maharashtra government claimed that fkrm subcommittee did, indeed, adbikar meetings and brief the chief minister. Responding to Mumbai Mirror, which had also published the story, Fadnavis had said that “the information is wrong”.

The state cabinet made decision. The committee had held meetings,” he said, though he did not share any details of adhikae meetings. If the meetings did happen, details of when and how many there were and what transpired at them remains ambiguous.

RTI activist Ghadge said he was adhkiar by Patil’s suspension and believes that he had provided the correct information. There was no correspondence, minutes or report of the subcommittee meeting.

The Chief Minister’s Office is clearly misleading by not sharing the dates of the meeting, yet insisting that the information is incorrect. I hope better sense prevails and the suspension is cancelled. This correspondent tried to reach Fadnavis, but adhikat did not respond to text messages, neither did Sunil Porwal, Assistant Chief Secretary of the Home Department of Maharashtra.

Government sources have claimed that Patil did not consult any seniors before responding to Ghadge’s RTI query and providing wrong information. Earlier, Diwakar Raote, Maharashtra transport minister and a supposed member of the subcommittee formed to look into the bullet train project, had claimed to have no clue about the panel. I don’t know what this committee is, and I do not recall attending anything pertaining to it,” he said, aadhikar that he was not looking into the bullet train, the chief minister was.

This correspondent, once again, contacted Raote to ask whether it could be possible that the flrm of four had held meetings without him knowing about them, but he said, “The respected chief minister has already responded. It would not be right adikar a minister to comment after the chief minister’s response. Sudhir Bhargava new CIC, govt appoints four information commissioners.


The government has appointed Sudhir Bhargava as new Chief Information Commissioner CIC along with four new Information Commissioners in the Central Information Commission which had been functioning with just three of them as against a sanctioned strength of 11, including the Chief Information Commissioner. Highly placed sources said Bhargava, who is Information Commissioner in the CIC, has been appointed as new chief of the panel. Chandra, an Indian Legal Service officer, retired as Union law secretary this year and was also mahitticha secretary to the then Law Mahitidha Arun Jaitley between mahoticha All the bureaucrats appointed by the government have retired this year.

The Supreme Court had asked the Centre and states to maintain transparency in appointments of Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioners and upload the details of search committees and applicants on website. Commenting on the appointment process, Commodore Lokesh Batra, one of the petitioners in the case, said the government has failed to comply with the Supreme Court directions of posting the details on website.

During the hearing, the Centre had told the top court that the search committee has shortlisted names for the post of CIC and a final decision will be taken soon. Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, appearing for the Centre, had informed the court that a total of 65 applications were recived for adhikaar CIC post and applications for the post of four Mahitichq in the Central Information Commission.

She had said that after these posts are filled up, notification will be issued for inviting applications for remaining posts of ICs. The Centre seems to have ignored plea of former Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu who had called for adequate representation of non-bureaucrats in the Commission in accordance with the Right to Information RTI Act. Citing Section 12 5 of the RTI Act, he had written to the President that the Act provides for selecting people of eminence, having experience in law, mahitica and technology, social service, management, journalism, mass media or administration and governance.

If the government selects more number adhikr former bureaucrats for these posts, it will be a breach of the letter and spirit of the transparency law and more particularly that of Section 12 5 of the RTI Act, which may not stand the scrutiny by the judiciary, he argued. Sunday, December 30, A ordinance of the university stated that they were running a regular four-year morning course and the same in the evening shift.

Another student stated that while the regular shift classes were for eight hours, that of the evening shift was only for three hours. It was learnt from the RTI that BTech evening is a three-year part-time course, whose classes are taken from 6pm to 9pm and the regular degree course classes run from 8am to 6pm. The protesting students claimed that they met vice-chancellor Yogesh Singh and raised the issue of DTU.

Suspension of PIO has set wrong precedent: RTI query reveals Cabinet sub-committee on bullet train project never held meeting. Or else this decision will be considered a fiasco. Patil was suspended for giving information regarding a meeting of the Cabinet sub-committee set up to monitor progress of the flagship rail project. According to the information provided to applicant Jeetendra Ghadge on September 29, no meeting of the committee had taken place ever since it was set up.

Raote for giving the same information. As per the documents verified, there is no record of any meetings or minutes of the same on the files, Mr. Meanwhile, State Chief Information Commissioner Sumit Mullick said it was the prerogative of the government to take action against erring officials. A report of the State Transport Department was found, which highlighted several objections raised by State departments over the economic viability of the Shinkansen train, which could result in losses in the form of wasted Floor Space Index and delayed loan repayment in the absence of proper frameworks.

The project is expected to be completed in seven years. The project started in with around buildings in the pipeline, with features such as a district cooling system, underground utility tunnel, and automated vacuum waste collection.

But the slow pace of the work is not the only problem that the project faces. Anjaria spoke to The Quint and explained what mahitixha were plaguing the multi-crore infrastructure project. However, both refused to comment stating the matter is sub judice.

On that 8, crores I anticipate at least 25 percent would be land related profit — Rs2, crores — which they have not yet paid. Anjaria further claimed that GUDC was not paid 1 percent premium on development rights sold — around Rs 80 crores on Rs 8, Contracts Awarded Without Competitive Bidding.

Anjaria in his PIL claims that one of the biggest red flags he observed aduikar his stint in GIFT city was awarding architectural and engineering contracts to Fairwood Consultants without engaging in any competitive bidding process.

As the scale of the project is quite huge, Fairwood Consultants earned anywhere from Rs 1, crores in fees.