Second appeal against CPIOs income tax, government of India for not providing sought information

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2 Diary date 27-07-2017

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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>
Second appeal against CPIOs for not providing sought information concerned with wide spread slip culture.
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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com> 24 July 2017 at 19:53

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An appeal under subsection 3 of section 19 of Right to Information Act 2005, in order to seek proceedings against those who infringed the provisions of Right to Information Act 2005.
To
                                  Chief Information Commissioner of India
                                The Central Information Commission,
                                                       August Kranti Bhawan,
                                                               Bhikaji Cama Place,
                                                          New Delhi – 110066
Appellant –Yogi M. P. Singh, Mohalla-Surekapuram
Jabalpur Road, District-Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, Pin code -231001
                Versus
1- CPIO, Income Tax Officer.
Ward 3(2). Mirzapur.
2-First appellate authority
Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Range-III, Mirzapur.
Subject-In regard to communication F.No. ITO 3(2)/MZP/RTI/ 2017-15/69 dated: 18/05/2017 by CPIO, Ward-III(2), Mirzapur as denied sought information in cryptic style by making mockery of provisions of Right to Information Act 2005. Here both CPIO and first appellate authority are acting in caucus with each other to deny the sought information to your appellant so action must be taken against them under section 20 of Right to Information Act 2005.  
Information sought as-Hon’ble CPIO may provide following information.
1-Please make available GO/CIRCULAR /ACT WHICH allows transaction on a slip.
2-Whether Rs.10000.00 is taken on slip without providing any description of charges. Please made available provision of law allows such cryptic dealings.
3-Please made available information when more 5000.00 deposited, then also transaction was made on slip .IT Mirzapur considers it legitimate. Please make available GO/CIRCULAR.
4-When rest of six thousand paid, then slip was taken and patient was discharged and no receipt was given. Being top monitoring body, please provide the provision of law which allows such cryptic practice.
5-Matter concerned with  Commissioner of Income Tax , Officer name-GEET MALA MOHANANEY but department procrastinated by sending RTI Communiqué to various public authorities. Please explain the cause of procrastination.
Aforementioned sought information under five points denied by CPIO, Ward-III(2),Mirzapur as follows.
1-Information sought doesn’t pertain to this office.
2-Information sought doesn’t pertain to this office.
3-Action/inquiry has been made as par Income Tax Act 1961.
4- Information sought doesn’t pertain to this office.
5-Matter is being received being jurisdictional Assessing Officer as per prevalent practices.
For details, take the perusal of copy of communication sent to your appellant by CPIO, Ward-III (2) Mirzapur attached with this appeal.
Short submissions of your appellant are as follows.
1-Right to Information Act 2005 was brought up by government of India to enhance transparency and accountability in the working of public authority.
2-Under point 1,2 and 4, CPIO ,Ward-III(2),Mirzapur affirmed as – Information sought doesn’t pertain to this office but at the same instant of time ,he has forgotten his duty as prescribed under subsection 3 of section 6 of Right to Information Act 2005 that if sought information is not concerned with the public authority ,then it will transfer the R.T.I. communiqué to public authority concerned within one week from the date of receipt of the R.T.I. communiqué. Consequently CPIO,Ward-III(2),Mirzapur violated aforementioned provision of transparency act.
3-Under point -3, CPIO, Ward-III(2),Mirzapur affirmed as – Action/inquiry has been made as par Income Tax Act 1961 but your appellant sought information as- Please made available information when more 5000.00 deposited, then also transaction was made on slip .IT Mirzapur considers it legitimate. Please make available GO/CIRCULAR. It is unfortunate that nowhere provisions of aforementioned act i.e. Income Tax Act 1961 allows transaction on a slip. Consequently CPIO, Ward-III (2), Mirzapur made available a misleading information regarding this point.
4- Under point -5, CPIO, Ward-III (2), Mirzapur affirmed as Matter is being received being jurisdictional Assessing Officer as per prevalent practices  but your appellant sought information as- Matter is concerned with  Commissioner of Income Tax , Officer name-GEET MALA MOHANANEY but department procrastinated by sending RTI Communiqué to various public authorities. Please explain the cause of procrastination. It is most unfortunate that instead of such procrastination, in order to fix accountability of GEET MALA MOHANANEY, this R.T.I. communiqué be transferred to CPIO of Geet Mala Mohananey so that cause of procrastination available in office be made available to your appellant.
First appellate authority -Deepti Chandola Joint commissioner of Income Tax, range -3 of Mirzapur.  
Slip culture-Popular firms like famous maternity centre, clinics and other famous establishments perform its transactions on slips instead of cash-memo or proper receipt against payments in caucus with government staffs. Thus both colluding with each other, causing huge loss to exchequer in order fill their own pockets.
 With great respect to revered Sir, your applicant invites the kind attention of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that
Enter Registration Number
DGTLK/R/2017/50037
Name
Yogi M P Singh
Date of filing
03/04/2017
Public Authority
Director General of Income Tax (Inv.), Lucknow
Status
REQUEST PHYSICALLY TRANSFERRED TO OTHER PUBLIC AUTHORITY
Date of action
05/04/2017
Details of Public Authority :- Pr.CCIT, Lucknow
Nodal Officer Details :-
Telephone Number
Email Id
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that CPIO of office of Director General of Income Tax (Inv.), Lucknow through its communication dated 06/April/2017 forwarded the R.T.I. Communiqué to CPIO, office of principal chief commissioner of income tax Lucknow. Please Hon’ble Sir may take a glance of first page of attached PDF document with this appeal.
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that CPIO, office of principal chief commissioner of income tax Lucknow through its communication dated 11/April/2017 forwarded the R.T.I. Communiqué to CPIO, office of principal commissioner of Income Tax, Allahabad. Please Hon’ble Sir may take a glance of second page of attached PDF document with this appeal.
4-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that CPIO, office of of principal commissioner of Income Tax, Allahabad through its communication dated 20/April/2017 forwarded the R.T.I. Communiqué to CPIO in the office of first appellate authority Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Range-III Mirzapur. Please Hon’ble Sir may take a glance of third page of attached PDF document with this appeal.
5-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that aforementioned first appellate authority Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Range-III Mirzapur instead of forwarding the R.T.I. Communiqué to CPIO, Ward-III(2),Mirzapur but deliberately forwarded it to another CPIO in order to procrastinate which proves her ulterior motive. Please Hon’ble Sir may take a glance of fourth page of attached PDF document with this appeal.
6-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that it is most unfortunate that my R.T.I. Communiqué moved throughout entire offices but all concerned CPIOs denied sought information ipso facto obvious from attached PDF document with this appeal. Whether CPIOs are not behaving like inscrutable face of sphinx? Whether slip culture prevailed in the system is not cultivating citrus result for backdoor income of corrupt staffs of department, will take the provisions of Right to Information Act 2005 under teeth?
This is humble request of your appellant that CPIO may be directed to take actions in accordance with the provisions of Right to Information Act 2005 so that sought information be accessible to your appellant. Accountability of CPIO, Ward-III (2) Mirzapur may also be fixed for adopting lackadaisical approach in dealing with R.T.I. communiqué.  For this your appellant shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir.
                                                                   Yours sincerely
Date-24/07/2017               Yogi M. P. Singh, Mobile number-7379105911, Mohalla- Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road, District-Mirzapur , Uttar Pradesh. Pin code-231001.


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2 comments on Second appeal against CPIOs income tax, government of India for not providing sought information

  1. Information sought as-Hon’ble CPIO may provide following information.
    1-Please make available GO/CIRCULAR /ACT WHICH allows transaction on a slip.
    2-Whether Rs.10000.00 is taken on slip without providing any description of charges. Please made available provision of law allows such cryptic dealings.
    3-Please made available information when more 5000.00 deposited, then also transaction was made on slip .IT Mirzapur considers it legitimate. Please make available GO/CIRCULAR.
    4-When rest of six thousand paid, then slip was taken and patient was discharged and no receipt was given. Being top monitoring body, please provide the provision of law which allows such cryptic practice.
    5-Matter concerned with  Commissioner of Income Tax , Officer name-GEET MALA MOHANANEY but department procrastinated by sending RTI Communiqué to various public authorities. Please explain the cause of procrastination.

  2. Hon’ble Sir that aforementioned first appellate authority Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Range-III Mirzapur instead of forwarding the R.T.I. Communiqué to CPIO, Ward-III(2),Mirzapur but deliberately forwarded it to another CPIO in order to procrastinate which proves her ulterior motive. Please Hon’ble Sir may take a glance of fourth page of attached PDF document with this appeal.

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