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WHISPERS POLITICS NEWS

New political scenario likely in Maharashtra

The political turmoil in Maharashtra means Shiv Sena is a divided house - good for the NCP. After division in Shiv Sena, there will be only two parties in Maharashtra, BJP and NCP.

 

 

 

 

First woman in RSS to head key post

For the first time in the RSS, Renu Pathak has been appointed General Secretary of the Rashtriya Sewa Bharti, the RSS outfit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Whispers bureaucracy News
Empanelment of 1989 batch IPS only after empanelment of 1991 batch IAS?

Empanelment of 1989 batch IPS officers to the rank of DG in the Government of India will take place only after the empanelment of 1991 batch IAS officers to the rank of Secretary which is on the cards.

Who will move to Maharashtra as Chief Secretary?

It is widely believed that in the event of a change in Maharashtra, the new Chief Secretary will go from the Government of India. In this connection, the names of two 1988 batch IAS officers Apurva Chandra and Arvind Kumar are being mentioned.

Is Umesh Sinha not getting an extension?

The latest information says that the SG in the Election Commission of India, Umesh Sinha, is not getting a further extension in August. He is a 1986 batch IAS officer of the UP cadre.

 

Will Awanish Awasthi get an extension in UP?

A debate is going on in UP over the extension in service to ACS Home Awanish Awasthi. The majority of the bureaucracy is sure that he would get an extension in service on August 31 when he retires. The PMO sources, however, are not sure about the extension.

Vivek Phansalkar is the new Mumbai Police Commissioner

Vivek Phansalkar has been appointed the new Police Commissioner of Mumbai. He is a 1989 batch IPS officer.

 

Tenure of Venugopal as Attorney General of India extended

The tenure of K K Venugopal as Attorney General for India has been extended for a further period of three months.

Tenure of Sushil Chandra Mishra as CMD, Oil India Ltd ends today

The tenure of Sushil Chandra Mishra as Chairman & Managing Director, Oil India Limited is coming to an end on June 30, 2022.

 

Harish Madhav likely to get additional charge of CMD, Oil India Ltd

Harish Madhav, Director (Finance) Oil India Limited, is expected to assign an additional charge of Chairman & Managing Director, Oil India Limited.

H Moharana promoted as Adviser (Est), Railway Board

H Moharana has been promoted to Higher Administrative Grade (HAG) and posted as Adviser (Establishment), Railway Board, Ministry of Railways. He is an officer of RBSS and from Civil Services Examination 1987 batch.

Raising Day is likely to be held in field units

This time Raising Day of some Central Police Organisations is likely to be held outside Delhi in their respective field units. Forces observe Raising Day between July to March every year.

CSS officers to get promotions after six years; orders likely today

The officers of the Central Secretariat Service, the backbone of the Government of India, are expected to get promotions after a long battle of six years. The Government of India is expected to issue promotion orders at all levels in the cadre on June 30, 2022.

Ms Manju Pandey returns to the parent cadre

Ms Manju Pandey, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, has been given premature repatriation to her parent cadre in order to avail of the benefit of promotion in the cadre.

Ms Rupinder Brar repatriated to the parent cadre

Ms Rupinder Brar, Additional DG (Tourism) at the JS level in the Ministry of Tourism, has been repatriated to the parent cadre in order to avail the benefit of promotion. She is a 1990 batch IRS-IT officer.

Ms Sunita Rao is CIT, PrCCIT Hyderabad

Ms L Sunita Rao has been appointed as CIT (OSD) in the office of Pr. CCIT, Hyderabad. She is an IRS-IT officer.

Mystery in suitable selections in Prasar Bharti

The Prasar Bharti Board is unable to unfold the mystery about the non-selection of suitable persons for important posts. According to information, the board invited applications for the post of Member (Personnel) at least four times. The latest was on March 3, 2020, and on October 7, 2021. Applications were invited in 2018 and in 2019 also. But all the time could not select any suitable candidate.

B M Rao is a strong contender for Member (PPP), NHAI

Non-IAS cadre officer, B M Rao CGM Finance NHAI appears to be a strong contender for the post of Member (PPP) of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI).

Will Abhay Kumar become a Member of Nonlife IRDAI?

Abhay Kumar, Executive Vice President, IFFCO Tokio General Insurance Company Ltd, is reportedly also in the race to become Member Nonlife at IRDAI.

Vikas Narwal relieved to join as Dy Chairman, Cochin Port Trust

Vikas Narwal has been relieved to join as Deputy Chairman, Cochin Port Trust. He is a 2008 batch IAS officer of the MP cadre.

BIRAC seeks candidates for the MD post

Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) is seeking candidates for the post of Managing Director(MD).



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MGNREGA is a way of bribing citizens?

MGNREGA is a way of bribing the citizens who have no voice but the power to vote. Bengal being one of the notorious political states among others needs no explanation behind such a move by the centre. If the centre does equally with other states, definitely this bribe will be a wage in the real sense. I congratulate the Whispers to be a voice of the voiceless. In a democratic setup like ours, an unbiased media role is highest in framing the society right.

Ms Gupta

 

Again induction of non-IAS officer for Member (PPP) in NHAI?

 Such publication can serve the purpose only when Govt takes note of it and makes an independent enquiry from CVC & fix the responsibilities irrespective of how senior or powerful the culprits are otherwise the publication will remain just publication only.

Reena Chahal

DATE WITH RTI

Role of the Information Commission

The appellant filed a complaint against a JNU Registrar and wanted the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) to take action against him. The PIO informed the appellant about the fact that the averred complaint filed by him was filed in their records without action as it did not concern the role and functions of CAT. The CIC upheld the stand of the PIO observing that the Appellant appears to be harbouring a grievance against the action/inaction on his complaint against a JNU professor filed by him with various authorities like PMO, MHRD etc. as he believes that the forwarding of the said complaint to the concerned JNU professor by these authorities is a travesty of justice against which he complained to CAT thereafter.

Comments

An appellant should restrict his RTI Application to seeking information as it is beyond the powers of the Information Commission to decide any other matter. The Apex Court in the matter of Union of India v Namit Sharma (Review Petition [C] No.2309 of 2012) observed that while deciding whether a citizen should or should not get a particular information “which is held by or under the control of any public authority”, the Information Commission does not decide a dispute between two or more parties concerning their legal rights other than their right to get information in possession of a public authority. The High Court of Delhi in the case of Hansi Rawat and Anr. v Punjab National Bank and Ors. (LPA No.785/2012) held that the proceedings under the RTI Act cannot be converted into proceedings for adjudication of disputes as to the correctness of the information furnished.

Citation: Chitresh Kumar Banjare v Central Administrative Tribunal in File No : CIC/CADMT/A/2021/114543, Date of Decision: 16/06/2022

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is an expert on RTI matters and has co-authored the books RIGHT TO INFORMATION - LAW AND PRACTICE and PIO’s guide to RTI. Apart from her weekly article here, her other articles can be read at the website of RTI Foundation of India at the link: www.rtifoundationofindia.com

 

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