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Rajasthan Information Commission to review information disclosures

Posted by rtiact2005 on June 17, 2006

Rajasthan Information Commission to review information disclosures
Jaipur | June 17, 2006 4:49:49 PM IST

http://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20060617/365976.html

The Rajasthan Information Commission will soon review the voluntary disclosures of informations made by different state government departments.

Commission's chairman M D Kaurani has directed all relevant principal secretaries and secretaries to review the position in this regard at their level and also to prepare a list of subjects which should be included for voluntary disclosures.

He said once the disclosure has been made, it will be essential to let people know through the media so that they can access the information and there is less need for filing applications with Public Information Officers.

As required by the Section 25 of the Right to Information Act,2005, the Commission will be placing its annual report at the end of the year 2006-7 before the state legislature. The first report of the commission will primarily concentrate on the voluntary disclosure of information.

UNI RRT MA HT1615

One Response to “Rajasthan Information Commission to review information disclosures”

  1. The Principal Secretary/Public Information Officer
    Medical, Health & Family Welfare,
    Rajasthan Secretariat
    C-Scheme,
    Jaipur-302005

    Sub: The under signed is the secretary of Hemophilia Society (Raj) Jaipur, who seeks the following information under the right to information Act.
    1. Whether Anti Hemophilia Factor VIII, IX and Anti inhibitor coagulant complex or FEIBA, are available in the Government hospitals of Rajasthan?
    2. If Yes, Whether its quantity in the government hospitals is sufficient for treatment of patients of Hemophilia and whether these factors are given to the patients of Hemophilia free of cost?
    3. If these Anti Hemophilia Factor VIII, IX and Anti inhibitor coagulant complex or FEIBA( Factor VIII Inhibiting bye pass activity), are not available in the Government hospitals of Rajasthan, then what is being given to the patients of hemophilia for their treatment in the Government hospitals of Rajasthan?
    The aforesaid information is urgently required and therefore you are requested to furnish the aforesaid information as early as possible. I am enclosing an Indian postal order No …………………. For Rs. 10/-, favoring Public Information Officer Medical & Health Services Jaipur, payable at Jaipur.
    Encl: said Rs 10/- Postal order.
    Applicant
    (Mukesh Gupta) Secretary Hemophilia Society (Raj) Jaipur

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