Dargah Khwaza Sahab, Ajmer was asked about persons appointed as clerks, peons & other posts - Appellant claimed that complete information has not been provided – CIC: Inspection of the relevant records permitted; provide upto 20 pages of photocopies free
1. Shri Munna Ahmad filed a complaint under the Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI Act) dated 28.08.2013 with the CPIO, O/o Nazim, Dargah Khwaza Sahab, Ajmer seeking information on No. of persons appointed as clerks, peons and other posts by the present Nazim along with certified copies of appointment letters, number of temporary employees made as permanent in Khwaza Model School along with certified copies of appointment orders, dates between August, 2011 and June, 2013 on which the then Nazim had handed over the charge of Delhi office to his Personal Assistant along with certified copies of orders, etc.
2. The CPIO vide letter dated 10.10.2013 provided information to the appellant. As the appellant was not satisfied with the reply of the CPIO, he filed first appeal dated 14.10.2013 to the F.A.A. stating that incomplete/incorrect information has been furnished by the CPIO. The F.A.A vide his order dated 12.11.2013 stated that the information sought has been furnished by the CPIO. As regards the appellant’s complaint about incomplete/incorrect information, the F.A.A. informed the appellant that he has not specified exactly why he is not satisfied with the information. Aggrieved by the response of the F.A.A., the appellant filed the present complaint dated 11.12.2013 before the Commission.
2. The appellant Munna Ahmad and Shri Mohd Adil, CPIO and Deputy Nazim attended the video conferencing.
3. The appellant submitted that the respondent has not provided complete information. The appellant further submitted that the FAA also did not ensure that complete information is provided to him.
4. The respondent submitted that the information as available with the respondent was provided to him. The respondent further submitted that in case the appellant is still not satisfied he could inspect the records.
5. The Commission heard the submissions of both the parties and perused the records. The Commission directs the CPIO to allow the appellant to inspect the relevant records and provide photocopies of the pertinent documents up to 20 pages free of cost within a period of three weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order.
6. The appeal is disposed of. Copy of decision be given free of cost to the parties.
Citation: Shri Munna Ahmad v. Nazim Dargah Kwaza Sahab, Ajmer in Decision No.CIC/YA/C/2014/000023/SB/