MP information: He didn’t have to pay the stipulated Rs 2 per web page since his plea was not answered inside one month.
The sports activities utility car of a person in Indore in Madhya Pradesh was utterly filled with 40,000 pages he acquired as reply to his Right to Information Act plea linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, Dharmendra Shukla additionally didn’t have to pay the stipulated Rs 2 per web page since his plea was not answered inside one month.
“I had submitted an RTI plea with the Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO) of Indore seeking details of tenders and bill payments connected to procurement of medicines, equipment and allied materials during the COVID-19 pandemic period,” Shukla said on Saturday.
Since he was not provided the information within one month, he approached the first appellate officer Dr Sharad Gupta, who accepted the plea and directed that he be given the information free of cost, Shukla added. “I took my SUV to ferry the documents and the complete car obtained packed. Only the motive force’s seat remained free,” he stated. When contacted, appellate officer and Regional Joint Director of the state well being division Dr
Sharad Gupta stated he had ordered that the knowledge be given freed from value. Gupta stated he had directed the CMHO to take applicable motion towards the personnel due to whom the state exchequer misplaced Rs 80,000 for the reason that info was not given in time.
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