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Directive on RTI application

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 27 - Himangshu Sekhar Das, Assam Chief Information Commissioner, has by an order directed the Additional DGP, CID, to examine an RTI application submitted by Dulal Bora. The order also directs the CID to give an appropriate response regarding the application and provide information either fully or in part within 30 days. If the information sought cannot be disclosed, either fully or even partly, then the ADGP, CID shall inform Bora within 30 days about the relevant provision of the RTI Act under which the information cannot be disclosed, an official release said.

Dulal Bora had filled an RTI application on June 3, 2013, and sought information from the CID regarding investigation of financial discrepancy committed by financial establishment Jeevan Suraksha. As Bora could not get the information sought, he filed a second appeal petition on October 30, 2013. On hearing the second appeal petition, the commission passed the order.

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Directive on RTI application

GUWAHATI, May 27 - Himangshu Sekhar Das, Assam Chief Information Commissioner, has by an order directed the Additional DGP, CID, to examine an RTI application submitted by Dulal Bora. The order also directs the CID to give an appropriate response regarding the application and provide information either fully or in part within 30 days. If the information sought cannot be disclosed, either fully or even partly, then the ADGP, CID shall inform Bora within 30 days about the relevant provision of the RTI Act under which the information cannot be disclosed, an official release said.

Dulal Bora had filled an RTI application on June 3, 2013, and sought information from the CID regarding investigation of financial discrepancy committed by financial establishment Jeevan Suraksha. As Bora could not get the information sought, he filed a second appeal petition on October 30, 2013. On hearing the second appeal petition, the commission passed the order.