26 November 2014

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Political Parties Unite boycott reject RTI Decision CIC powerless

Political Parties Unite boycott reject RTI Decision CIC powerless

Central Information Commission’s (CIC) notice
(F No.CIC/SM/C/2011/001386) of 3rd November 2014, wherein notice was sent to 6 Political Parties viz. INC, BJP, BSP, NCP, CPI & CPM for the non-compliance of CIC’s 3rd June 2013 decision (where these 6 parties were declared “public-authorities” and hence brought under RTI)

Unitedly all political parties remained absent from the hearing

The co-petitioners in the case Mr. Subhash Aggarwal and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) requested the Commission for penalties to be imposed on these parties (under section 20 of the RTI Act). Both the petitioners also held in their respective prayers before the bench of CIC that they should be provided exemplary compensations (under section 19 of RTI Act).

This is reason CIC needs its own Police Force which can implement its orders by using power of law and arresting the people, citizens who do not obey CIC orders.

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Destination Infinity November 26, 2014  

If public doesn't bother about RTI non-compliance and not create an uproar about it, why will the political parties be bothered about it?

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