Sunday, June 06, 2010

AIR 'whistle-blower' seeks action against seniors for non-compliance with CIC's decision

Nearly 15 months have passed since the bench of Information Commissioner Annapurna Dixit directed All India Radio (AIR) authorities to hold an impartial inquiry into a case pertaining to the alleged misuse of the RTI Act, 2005. But so far, nothing has happened. Whistleblower Ravindra Parmar, an AIR transmission executive, has now written to the Information Commissioner and sought action against AIR authorities under RTI rules for "intentional delay and non-compliance with the Central Information Commission's (CIC) decision.

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