Thursday, June 24, 2010

CBI request for sanctioning prosecution not fiduciary: Gandhi

The CBI correspondence seeking sanction of prosecution cannot be termed as given in fiduciary capacity, Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi said in a dissenting note on the decision of a three-member bench of the CIC. It is for the first time where an Information Commissioner has expressed his dissent over a decision endorsed by the majority of commissioners on the bench. The case relates to the plea of C Seetharamaiah whose son, an inspector with Customs, is facing CBI probe in an alleged corruption case. Seetharamaiah had filed an RTI application seeking correspondence of CBI with the Additional Customs Commissioner requesting for sanction of prosecution and related documents.

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