Saturday, May 15, 2010

NIT ‘vandalizes’ RTI Act

Authorities at the National Institute of Technology have literally vandalized the Right to Information Act by denying ‘factual information’ to its academics. The aggrieved have now approached Chief Information Commissioner, Government of India, Wajahat Habibullah, for ‘justice.’ In a letter to Wajahat, who is incidentally also the chairman of the NIT’s Board of Governors, the Teachers’ Society has demanded an “impartial inquiry’ into the denial of information to a senior NIT professor under the RTI Act, asserting that the authorities harassed the applicant and denied him the medical reimbursement after he sought the “seniority list of professors”.

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