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Sub. Application for Information under Right to Information Act to the CPIO, Ministry of External Affairs - Dated 24-02-2015

RTI Application to the MEA (Gulf Division) - February 24, 2015

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APPENDIX-FORM
(See Rule 3)
(Application for Information under Right to Information Act 2005)

To
The Central Public Information Officer,
Ministry of External Affairs, (Gulf Division),
South Block, NEW DELHI-110 011.

1) Full Name of the applicant: Panikkaveettil K. Jabir

2) Address: Overseas Indians’ Legal Cell, 5th Floor, Metro Plaza Building,
Market Road, Near High Court, Kochi, Kerala - Pin. 682 018.

3) Background notes: [The applicant may be pardoned in making the following brief but inevitable narration of his grievances, for kind consideration of the officials concerned. For the last two decades the applicant is painstakingly working for the recognition of his individual dignity and justice as well as representing for recognition of the inherent dignity and rights of the ‘Indian Diaspora’ as a whole].

a) 'Representation to the MEA for ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms’:

A representation was submitted to the MEA on January 30, 2013 by applicant towards the formulation and implementation of a ‘Mutual Human Rights Law and Reparation Mechanisms’ Between the Government of India and the Gulf (Gulf Cooperation Council - GCC) countries, mandating our elected representatives and officials to eliminate discrimination and imbalances of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) working in different countries. This also involves the recognition and protection of the dignity of individuals. A copy of the same was also sent to Shri Salman Khurshid, the then Minister for External Affairs. He was kind enough to acknowledge the representation and forwarded the same to MEA for further action, under intimation to the applicant.
[URL:http://www.reparationlaw.com/statepractices/representation_indo
_gulf_reparation_mechanisms.php
]

b) 'A Self-contained Explanatory Representation':
In continuation of the above mentioned representation, Shri. S. Sarkar, Section Officer, Gulf Division, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi, directed the applicant vide his Letter No.G/3139/2013/MEA (Gulf Division) dated 10th October, 2013, to send him a “self-contained explanatory representation” narrating his grievances. [Copy of his letter is attached herewith marked as 'Annexure 1' for ready reference] Accordingly a “self-contained explanatory representation” along with all the supporting documents was submitted to him on 28th October 2013.
[URL:http://www.lawyersindia.com/outsourcing/self-explanatory-representation-10-10-13-of-petitioner-ministry-of-external-affairs.html]

c) 'Reminder Letter'
When nothing transpired - neither reply nor even an acknowledgment - on the said representation in spite of the passage of 8 Months thereafter, a reminder letter dated 16 July 2014 was sent by the applicant to Shri S. Sarkar, requesting him to initiate expeditious action to redress his grievances. Copies were also sent to Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri. Narendra Modi and Hon'ble External Affairs Minister of India, Smt. Sushma Swaraj.

Unfortunately the said reminders too did not yield any results so far. [Copy of the reminder letter is attached herewith marked as ‘Annexure 2’ for ready reference]. [URL:http://www.legalcell.com/reminder-to-mea-india-gulf-division-july-16-2014.php]

4) Particulars of information required:

This application U/S 6 (1), 6 (3) of the Right to Information Act, 2005 is submitted in the above background, to get information on the following points:

Please provide the following information:

QUESTIONS:

1. On which date was the copy of the above mentioned reminder letter dated 16 July 2014 marked to Shri. S. Sarkar, Section Officer, Gulf Division, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi was received at the office of the the Ministry for External Affairs?

2. Name of the authorized official, with designation, who had received the letter?

3. Name of the official to whom the letter and its enclosures were marked to and entrusted with for further action?

4. What was the follow up action initiated in the matter by the concerned official/authorized person?

5. What’s the present status of the “self-contained explanatory representation” towards resolving the grievances raised by the applicant in his representation dated 28th October, 2014?

6. What’s the present status of the “Representation for ‘Indo-Gulf Reparation Mechanisms” towards resolving the various grievances of ‘Indian Diaspora’ raised by the applicant in his representation dated January 30, 2013?

7. Please provide the file notings on movement of this RTI application.

If the information sought for is held by another Public /authority, or the subject matter of the information required is more closely connected with the functions of another public authority, this Application or such part of this application may be forwarded to that Public Authority as required under Section.6 (3) of the RTI Act .

Date: 24-02-2015

Place: Kochi

Encl:

1) Letter No.G/3139/2013/MEA (Gulf Division) dated 10th October, 2013 from Shri. S. Sarkar, Section Officer, Gulf Division, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi.

2) Copy of the [Reminder to the MEA] letter dated 16 July, 2014 to Shri S. Sarkar, Section Officer, (Gulf Division), Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi.

3) Postal Order No. 11F 866126 Dated 24-2-2015

[Supporting Websites:-
http://www.reparationlaw.com/ ; http://www.judgmentcreditor.com/ ]


Submission of RTI Applications Dated: February 24, 2015
1) To the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India - February 24, 2015
2) To the Hon’ble Minister for External Affairs - February 24, 2015
3) To the Ministry for External Affairs (Gulf Division) - February 24, 2015

[N.B. This letter along with all supporting documents has been published at: Founder-CEO ]

Reminder Letters (MEA) Dated 16 July 2014

Shri S. Sarkar (Gulf Division, MEA)
Hon'ble External Affairs Minister of India, Smt. Sushma Swaraj;
Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri. Narendra Modi;
Hon’ble Ambassador of the U.A.E., New Delhi

Representation to the MEA, dated on 28th October 2013:
A Self-contained Explanatory Representation


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