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SIC warns BDO Warwan for denying info under RTI Act
2/5/2019 10:46:57 PM

Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
Jammu, Feb 5: State Information Commissioner has warned the BDO Warwan for denying the information to the appellants added that the appellants are at liberty to file a complaint against the PIO/BDO Warwan under section 15 of J&K RTI Act, 2009. As per the details available with "Early Times", the commission passes the directions in response to the appeal filled by the appellant Ghulam Rasool Magrey and Abdul Wahid Malik against BDO Marwah, Warwan and Dachhan wherein the concern BDO fail to provide the information to them as no response was made by the PIOs.
The appeal came up for hearing before the State Information Commission on 28-12-2018. During the hearing, the respondent represented BDO Warwan vide communication dated 11-1-2019 inform the appellant to attend the office of the BDO at Warwan on 21-01-2019 while the appellant also filled the rejoinder dated 28-01-2019, submitting there under that they have inspected the records of block Dachhan and Block Marwah at camp office located in Kishtwar added that office of BDO is also located in Kishtwar town and the plea of PIO Warwan is to discourage the appellants to visit his office at Warwan for inspection of records. They further added that all records of block Warwan are available at camp office Kishtwar and BDO is also attending his duties at camp office Kishtwar and the stand taken by the BDO Warwan was only a ploy to deny information/ inspection of records to the appellants.
"In case the PIO/BDO Warwan fails to offer inspection of the records and facilitate such inspection by the appellants, the appellant are at liberty to file a complaint against PIO/BDO Warwan under section 15 of J&K RTI Act 2009" read the order.
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