Disclose corruption complaints against Union ministers: CIC

DEHRADUN: The Central Information Commission (CIC) has directed the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to divulge complaints of corruption gained against Union ministers between 2014 and 2017 and motion taken on them as well as to proportion information on the quantum and price of black cash introduced again from in a foreign country because the Narendra Modi executive came to power.


The instructions to offer all relevant main points within 15 days had been issued through leader information commissioner Radha Krishna Mathur on October 16. The CIC, the highest appellate frame on RTI issues, used to be hearing an enchantment through Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi. Chaturvedi had approached the CIC on the grounds that whole information had now not been supplied to him from the PMO while answering an RTI software he had filed in August 2017.


In his RTI query, Chaturvedi, these days serving as a conservator of forests in Kumaon, had sought information on quantum and price of black cash introduced again from in a foreign country and main points relating to deposition of the cash into accounts of voters through the Centre since June 1, 2014. He had additionally asked for certified replica of corruption complaints against serving Union ministers and motion taken on them.


The PMO had termed Chaturvedi’s questions as now not coated in the definition of “information” which can be accessed underneath the Right to Information Act. The commissioner, however, rejected the rivalry. The CIC additionally directed the PMO to divulge motion taken on Chaturvedi’s letter alleging corruption against officials of the AIIMS and purported function of a Union health minister in it.
Disclose corruption complaints against Union ministers: CIC Disclose corruption complaints against Union ministers: CIC Reviewed by kailash soni on October 22, 2018 Rating: 5
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