Allegation of fake bill under RTI
The applicant sought information and the file notings along with the documents related to an accident occurred involving a goods train because of which rail traffic was affected. The appellant stated that at the time of accident 20 Ticket Inspectors and 5 porters were entrusted with the duty of transporting passengers along with one commercial inspector NC railway was made the overall in-charge. The appellant alleged that the commercial inspector had made money by submitting fake bills and the case was widely reported in news papers. The applicant further complained that even after the payment of fee to the Public Information Officer (PIO), the information has not been provided to him. The respondent submitted that the information was sent to the appellant by registered post.
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The Central Information Commission (CIC) noted that the appellant was still complaining about non receipt of the information, the Commission therefore directed the PIO to send one more set of information to the appellant by speed post along with proof of dispatch of information to the appellant the first time.
Citation: Mr. Nityanand Rai v. North Central Railway in File No.CIC/AD/C/2012/000773
RTI Citation : RTIFI/2013/CIC/433
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