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Chief Information Commissioner takes away ministry of HRD from Information Commissioner who ordered disclosure of DU records

Soon After Reports Of Acharyulu Ordering Disclosure Of Records Pertaining To Students Passing Out BA Course In 1978 Came In Public Domain, An Order Was Issued For Reallocation Of Work Among The Information Commissioners.

PTI | Updated on: 12 Jan 2017, 12:28:27 AM
R K Mathur, Chief Information Commissioner

New Delhi:

Chief Information Commissioner R K Mathur took away Ministry of HRD from Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu who had recently ordered Delhi University to make public records related to students of BA course of 1978, the year in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had passed out.

Soon after reports of Acharyulu ordering disclosure of records pertaining to students passing out BA course in 1978 came in public domain, an order was issued for reallocation of work among the information commissioners.

"The revised reallocation of work will come into force with immediate effect. The deputy registrars concerned are directed to transfer all the pending case files (except in which notice(s) of hearing have already been issued) with them to the concerned registry as per the re-allocation of work under intimation to the Registrar," the order, issued yesterday, said.It said the reallocation has been done "by the Chief Information Commissioner."

The change came within 10 days of a previous order dated December 29, 2016 in which Acharyulu had retained the Ministry as part of his job portfolio. 

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First Published : 12 Jan 2017, 12:17:00 AM