Since I Come across Several RTI requests being turned down by PIOs in Banks Mostly on Very Silly issues or Requests which never fall under the Fiduciary Capacity Shelter Clause , It would be a Good Proposition to Keenly Observe this Person if Appointed .
I also Understand by Documents Supplied by CIC itself that IBA which is just an Association has issued letters of caution/instructions to CEO's of all Public Sector Banks of What information should be Parted or not. This Association is not a Public authority
Mr Seth was One of the Managing committee member at that time .
For Breveity i cite one Sample refusal under Fiduciary clause being " the Inward register of RTI Appln's includes the details of the applications which were submitted by other parties to the CPIO under the act (meaning RTI act) as this information relates to personal information the disclosure of which has no relationship to any public activity or interest or disclosure of such information would cause unwarrented invasion of the privacy of any individiual as such information sought cannot be provided
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--- On Sat, 25/2/12, sarbajit roy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: sarbajit roy <email@example.com>
> Subject: [HumJanenge] Former IB chief among 3 new Information Commissioners at CIC
> To: "HumJanenge Forum People's Right to Information, RTI Act 2005" <HumJanenge@googlegroups.com>
> Date: Saturday, 25 February, 2012, 10:43 PM
> NEW DELHI: The government has shortlisted a former chief of
> Intelligence Bureau, a banker and a former bureaucrat as
> three new
> Information Commissioners at the transparency panel CIC.
> Former IB Chief Rajiv Mathur, former Environment Secretary
> Sharma and Syndicate Bank Chairman and Managing Director
> Basant Seth
> have been shortlisted as new faces at the Central
> Commission which is overburdened with over 20,000 pending
> under the Right to Information Act, official sources said.
> A panel headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh which
> included Law
> Minister Salman Khurshid and Leader of Opposition Sushma
> shortlisted the names of these people recently, they said.
> According to the RTI Act, the complete strength of the
> panel is a Chief Information Commissioner and 10 Central
> Commissioners. As of now there are just five Information
> leaving a shortage of five.
> A formal announcement on the appointment would be made
> shortly, they
> Mathur, a 1972 batch IPS officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre, has
> served IB
> for nearly three decades including 15 years in Washington.
> He took
> over the reigns of the agency in January 2009, before
> retiring on
> December 31, 2010.
> Sharma, a 1974 batch IAS officer, from Uttar Pradesh cadre,
> secretary in Union Environment Ministry before his
> superannuation in
> December 2010.
> He held number of positions in the state including State
> Secretary, State Environment Secretary and Chairman of State
> Control Board among others.
> Seth who is the CMD of Syndicate Bank, Bangalore has held
> positions in Small Industries Development Bank and Bank of