PIO Collectorate provided incomplete and misleading information and violated the subsection 1 of section 7

Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>
PIO Collectorate provided incomplete and misleading information and violated the subsection 1 of section 7 of R.T.I. Act 2005.
Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com> 5 August 2018 at 11:56
To: pmosb <pmosb@pmo.nic.in>, “sec. sic” <sec.sic@up.nic.in>, dmmir@up.nic.in, cmup <cmup@up.nic.in>, supremecourt <supremecourt@nic.in>, urgent-action <urgent-action@ohchr.org>, hgovup@up.nic.in, csup@up.nic.in

Information may be sent on my e-mail yogimpsingh@gmail.com and such step will be a welcome step on the part of government staffs for the applicant.
Communication of Tahsildar Sadar dated 11/07/2018  made available yesterday by his Tahsil staff is ultra vires to Right to Information Act 2005. Moreover, the aforementioned messenger of Tahasil Sadar asks for expenses of breakfast and tea which demoralize me as an anti-corruption crusader so he must be directed not to request anything which may be against my dignity. I always oppose corruption and that public staff ashames me by requesting such immoral illegal gratification or act of humiliation lowering the dignity of the applicant. You can e-mail me which will be conveniently accepted by the applicant and will occur minimal cost to the public exchequer. 
Whether the information seeker sought inspection of records from the public information officer collectorate if not, then how can Tahsildar sadar in its repeated communications inviting information seeker for inspection of records?
The matter is concerned with the deep-rooted corruption in the system which is causing an honest officer/ staff frequent transfers cum postings but those who are a bridge of corruption are posted at the same place since the date of appointment. Most staffs are completing entire service in their native districts without being transferred to other places. If the information is sought, then Tahsildar sadar Mirzapur is denying sought information on the flimsy cryptic ground. 
How much ridiculous the dealings of the public information collectorate who is denying the sought information by taking recourse of subordinate Tahasildar Sadar?
Regarding the postings of Lekhpals at Sadar Tahsil, feedback like date of joining and period of posting in the sadar Tahsil must be on the website so that it can be conveniently accessible to the citizenry. It is most unfortunate that after more than two decades of the date Right to Information Act 2005 was first enforced by the government, concerned public authorities are not providing information under section 4 of Right to Information Act 2005.
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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh

Information may be sent on my e-mail yogimpsingh@gmail.com and such step will be a welcome step on the part of government staffs for the applicant.
Communication of Tahsildar Sadar dated 11/07/2018 made available yesterday by his Tahsil staff is ultra vires to Right to Information Act 2005. Moreover, the aforementioned messenger of Tahasil Sadar asks for expenses of breakfast and tea which demoralize me as an anti-corruption crusader so he must be directed not to request anything which may be against my dignity. I always oppose corruption and that public staff ashames me by requesting such immoral illegal gratification or act of humiliation lowering the dignity of the applicant. You can e-mail me which will be conveniently accepted by the applicant and will occur minimal cost to the public exchequer

Preeti Singh
2 years ago

How much ridiculous the dealings of the public information collectorate who is denying the sought information by taking recourse of subordinate Tahasildar Sadar?
Regarding the postings of Lekhpals at Sadar Tahsil, feedback like date of joining and period of posting in the sadar Tahsil must be on the website so that it can be conveniently accessible to the citizenry. It is most unfortunate that after more than two decades of the date Right to Information Act 2005 was first enforced by the government, concerned public authorities are not providing information under section 4 of Right to Information Act 2005.