Whether Sommari Devi will be made available sought information by the CPIO Gov of India.

An application under subsection 1 of section 6 of Right to
Information Act 2005.
Please made available following point wise sought information.
1- Any enquiry instituted by Government of India , there is no need
to contact aggrieved or complainant. Please made available the
circular/G.O.  Or any legislation framed
in this regard to your applicant .
2-Please made available  
maximum number of unique identities which  a beneficiary of Indira avas  can have.
3-The report available on the website of rural development ministry
is not authenticated as not considered as evidence by its staff. Whether these
information is to mislead the countrymen. Please made available documents as
orders/circulars concerned with the feeding of information on the website of
rural development ministry of government of India.
Please made available sought information to your applicant within
time as prescribed under subsection 1 of section 7 of Right to Information Act
2005. For this your applicant shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir.
                                                                                                          Yours sincerely
                                                                                                         Summari Devi
W/O Ram Charan , Village + Post Office-Nibee Gaharwar
,District-Mirzapur ,State-Uttar Pradesh ,India
With due respect your applicant wants to draw the kind attention
of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that Summari
whose identity is 
UP-62-001-022-001/352 is the beneficiary of Indira Avas whose detail is –
husband’s name is Ram Charan, account number-11800100001302 ,Bank
name-Allahabad Bank, administrative sanction number-2961/1,administrative
sanction date-25.9.2013 .
Amount transferred Rs.37500.00 through cheque Number 497196 in
financial year 2013-2014 on 25.9.2013 .
Amount transferred Rs.37500.00 through cheque Number 852741 in
financial year 2013-2014 on 6.12.2013 .
Inspection of site was made by Inspector officer Dharm Jeet
Singh on 15.11.2013 .Photo is  annexed as Attachments. 
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that Summari
Devi whose identity is 
UP-62-001-022-001/9777 is the beneficiary Indira Avas having no father or
husband’s name, Account number as aforesaid- 11800100001302 , Bank
Name-Allahabad bank, administrative sanction number-2961 ,administrative
sanction date-25.9.2013 
Amount transferred Rs.35000.00 through cheque Number 018470 in
the financial year 2013-2014 on 3.2.2014 
Amount transferred Rs.35000.00 through the cheque Number-994186 in
the financial year 2013-2014 on 1.10.2013 
The site was inspected  by Inspector officer Dharm Jeet
Singh on 15.11.2013 .
3- It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that Somari
modification of Summari whose identity is 
UP-62-001-022-001/9790 is Indira Avas beneficiary whose detail
is-husband’s name is Rancharn modification of Ram Charan having account number
-11960  Bank Name-Allahabad Bank, administrative sanction number-1524
,administrative sanction date-10.5.2013 .

Amount transferred Rs.37500.00 through cheque Number-098765 in
the financial year 2013-2014 on 15.1.2014. 

2 comments on Whether Sommari Devi will be made available sought information by the CPIO Gov of India.

  1. Sommari Devi was allocated five houses and most unfortunate that still she is living in same old cottage which can't shield her from cold, heat and rain . Not a single house reached to this 80 years old lady because of rampant corruption in the system. Crores of public fund has been siphoned by concerned public functionaries. This is one example and there are so many such examples.

  2. I think that only time will tell, what decision is taken by CPIO department of rural development. Here it is obvious that multiple Indira avases were allocated to beneficiaries and most surprising is that not a single avas was made and all public funds concerned with avas were siphoned. Corruption is deep rooted in India.

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