RTI-Supreme Court Denies Information On Reason Of Overstay Of Justice Arun Mishra In His Official Residence After Retirement:


18Feb,2021

RTI-Supreme Court Denies Information On Reason Of Overstay Of Justice Arun Mishra In His Official Residence After Retirement:

Equity Mishra, demoted his office on September 2, 2020, i.e., over 5 months back. Because of an application recorded under the Right to Information Act (RTI Act) looking for insights concerning Supreme Court Justice (Retired) Arun Mishra's exceed in his authority Bungalow, the Supreme Court has uncovered that data in such manner can't be given as the equivalent are excluded under Section 8 (1) (j) and Section 11 (1) of the RTI Act. This was given by the Additional Registrar and Central Public Information Officer of the Supreme Court, Ajay Agarwal, in an application documented by Cherly D'souza.

The particular inquiry brought up in the RTI Application was:- "If Justice Arun Mishra has not yet abandoned the authority home on retirement, if it's not too much trouble, give subtleties of sum paid in lease for outstay in true home." To this, the Supreme Court has answered, "The explanation as looked for can't be given however equivalent to the equivalent seem to be absolved under Section 8 (1) (j) and Section 11 (1) of the RTI Act."

According to Section 8 (1)(j) data which identifies with individual data the revelation of which has not relationship to any open movement or interest , or which would cause unjustifiable attack of the security of the individual except if the Central Public Information Officer or the State Public Information Officer or the investigative position, all things considered, is fulfilled that the bigger public premium legitimises the exposure of such data: Provided that the data, which can't be denied to the Parliament or a State Legislature will not be denied to any individual, is absolved from divulgence.