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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Deptt of Sports, IOA, CWG, FMSCI and Formula (N)One issues, RTI


To:-
Shri Injeti Srinivas, CPIO under RTI Act of India 2005, or incumbent,
Joint Secretary(Sports), Deptt. of Sports, 
Room No. 504-‘B” Wing,Shastri Bhawan.
Dr. Rajender Prasad Road, Shastri Bhawan New Delhi-110001.

08th June 2011
 
Greetings & Jai Hind!!  Most humbly request information under the RTI Act of India, 2005,  please provide me with the following information. THIS INFORMATION IS SOUGHT IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST, AND THERE IS OVER-RIDING PARAMOUNT LARGER PUBLIC INTEREST TO BE GIVEN THE INFORMATION I HAVE ASKED FOR.

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INFORMATION REQUIRED:-

a) Please provide me with full correspondence at your end including file notings pertaining to correspondence between Deptt. of Sports and Ministry of Sports with Indian Olympic Association and CommonWealth Games Federation pertaining to the case filed in Delhi High Court known as "Indian Olympics Association vs Veeresh Malik & others".
 
b) Please provide me with full information on whether this issue referred to in point # 1 above was escalated by DoSports and Ministry to any other authorities including the Minister or to Prime Minister of India, and details therein.

c) Please provide me with information on the status of Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) at the Department of Sports/Ministry and the validity of their claim herein:- http://www.fmsci.in/main/history.html quote "The FMSCI is the only national motor sport federation recognised by the Government of India for the promotion and control of motor sport in India, and is affiliated to the prestigious Indian Olympic Association."
 
d) Please provide me with information on how much the Indian Government is spending on "Formula One" motor races scheduled to be held at Greater NOIDA in 2011. Informatively, the FIA claims that it is charging USD 40 millions from the host countries.
 
e) If any of the above said statutory records is not available, the complete details of how it was destroyed / weeded out in each case.

f) Electronic access to the catalogue (or catalogues) of all records of your public authority duly indexed in a manner and the form to facilitate right to information, either over the computer networks or in the form of a diskette or other electronic media at the prescribed fees.
 
Sent by eMail and signed hard copy, (signed) and humbly submitted,



Veeresh Malik, D-61, Defence Colony, New Delhi - 11oo24
(mobile: 00-91-99118-25500)

Note 1:-Application fee of Rs. 10/- in cash shall be submitted within 30 days as per procedure laid down by DoP&T at PIO, Deptt of Sports New Delhi, or at any one of the nominated APIOs located at the specified Post Offices in India, and a copy of this application along with receipt shall be sent to you co-terminus. Interim, you are requested to commence processing this RTI Application as per the RTI Act-2005 with effect from date of submission of this electronic copy, also as per the RTI Act-2005.

Note 2:- The public authority, Deptt of Sports, New Delhi, has not yet published their arrangements to accept / accompany electronic payments for e-filings as per section 6 of the Information Technology Act 2000, is requested to do same, - and hence I am constrained to go to extra expense / trouble to file a routine email request by Postal Department also.

Note 3:- I wish to specify that you may please not provide to me that information (or particular portion thereof) which would impede the prosecution of offenders under any law of India, and also any personal information which is unconnected with any public activity/interest or which invades the privacy of any person. THIS INFORMATION IS SOUGHT IN THE LARGER PUBLIC INTEREST, AND THERE IS OVER-RIDING PARAMOUNT LARGER PUBLIC INTEREST TO BE GIVEN THE INFORMATION I HAVE ASKED FOR.

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Note 1: Reply received dated 17th June 2011 from Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports transferring the RTI Application to Director/Dy.Secy (US & CPIO)
 
 

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