Delhi High Court was dealing an appeal challenging the Single Judge’s order dismissing ED’s plea against the order of the Central Information Commission (CIC) directing the establishment to furnish the information sought by the employee (respondent herein) under the Right to Information Act, 2005.
The Delhi High Court division bench while hearing an appeal preferred by the TRAI stayed the operation of the order passed by bench where the Court refused to interfere the order of Central Information Commission directing regulatory body to furnish information related to the tapping of a lawyer’s phone.
After hearing all submissions in the matter, the Court has directed both the CIC and SIC authorities to take a call on whether COVID-19 related RTI queries can be taken up on a daily basis and communicate their decision to the petitioner.
The Delhi High Court has issued notice in response to a petition filed by the Central government seeking the quashing of the order passed by the Central Information Commission alleging that it has misinterpreted the provisions of the Right to Information Act, 2005.
New Delhi (ILNS): Husbands will no longer be able to keep their incomes a secret from their wives. If she so desires, the wife can file an RTI application and all the sources of income of her husband will be before her.
The ministry statement said: “The names of all those associated with the development of the App and management of the App ecosystem at various stages was shared when the code was released in Open/Public Domain and the same was shared widely in media also.”
The Central Information Commission (CIC) has issued a show cause notice to four Central Public Information Officers (CPIOs) for prima facie obstruction of information and providing an evasive reply on an RTI seeking information on the creation of the Aarogya Setu App.