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Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

RTI Act 2005 and its failure in India

Social Analysis of RTI Act 2005 by Dr. Sudalai Kumar Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar* Social Scientist, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli 627003 Tamil Nadu, INDIA. Abstract It has been 10 years since the launch of the RTI act. An effort by the Indian government to bring integrity and transparency in the system. However, with the rise of inefficiency and the failure to respond by the RTI governing body makes one to wonder the credibility of the RTI act. One such instance that has triggered anguish amongst the student community is the recent TNPSC recruitment process. S Sudalai Kumar, a Senior research fellow at Hyderabad University says, “We require immediate attention and strong legal action against the concerned Head of the department, Mr. Selvaraju, TNPSC (Director/Director in-charge, Drug Control, Tamilnadu) who has not followed the government rules and orders in the selection process and for mishandling the TNPSC selection interview committee and other TNPSC officials by force for his vested interests. The reason for this action is that the Secretary Mr. T. Udhayachandran, IAS and the Chairman Mr. R. Natraj, IPS were not able to perform their government duties properly with the government order for this selection. Even though these two higher officials helped me, Mr. Karunagaran and two more candidates. Mr. Marimuthu and few other eligible candidates were not allowed finally for the interview by the HOD with TNPSC officials involvement. So I want to file the case in Hon'ble court (Supreme court of India) for this injustice to the chemistry graduates and defend my rejection letter sent by the HOD.” The applicants now want to proceed to Supreme court of India with their case, as the government officials may influence the decision at High Court . Only final choice left is with CB-CID for the transparency in the selection, as they have tried all the below commissions of India. Conclusions It showed clearly the failure of RTI act 2005 and legal credibility in India. Government has to take some other measures to control the corruption and improve the transparency in the recruitment process. This paper contains the comments of the research scholars from all over the world and their online signatures for the accountability in Indian recruitment process.

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli. Social Analysis of RTI Act 2005 by Dr S. Sudalai Kumar

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

Petitioning CIC Newdelhi Chief Information Commisioner and 9 others

TNPSC recruitment 298, 21-03-12 is an example for the non-transparency and coordinated corruption in Indian Recruitment process

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It has been 8 years since the launch of the RTI act. An effort by the Indian government to bring integrity and transparency in the system. However, with the rise of inefficiency and the failure to respond by the RTI governing body makes one to wonder the credibility of the RTI act. One such instance that has triggered anguish amongst the student community is the recent TNPSC recruitment process. The RTI queries raised by the applicants against the Tamilnadu Public Sevice Commision (TNPSC) selection process were not answered by the TNPSC office. They had raised 34 queries related to the selection of candidates (advertisement dated TNPSC ADVT NO: 298, dated 21-03-12) and even only four queries out of 34 queries suggested by SIC Tamilnadu were also not addressed by the selection committee . The queries were pertaining to the selection procedure of the Drug inspector, Junior analyst and Phenyl assistant posts. The applicants were treated by unlawful acts in the TNPSC office. The appointment orders were rejected by the HOD, the reason being the complaint registered against Head of the department in the vigilance commission (DVAC) and the RTI queries against the non-transparency in the selection procedures. The other selection order of Mr. Sudalai kumar was also stopped by TNPSC. We found the non-transparency in other recruitments also related to chemistry graduate qualification in the last two years. S Sudalai Kumar, a Senior research fellow at Hyderabad University says, “We require immediate attention and strong legal action against the concerned Head of the department, Mr. Selvaraju, TNPSC (Director/Director in-charge, Drug Control, Tamilnadu) who has not followed the government rules and orders in the selection process and for mishandling the TNPSC selection interview committee and other TNPSC officials by force for his vested interests. The reason for this action is that the Secretary Mr. T. Udhayachandran, IAS and the Chairman Mr. R. Natraj, IPS were not able to perform their government duties properly with the government order for this selection. Even though these two higher

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli. officials helped me, Mr. Karunagaran and two more candidates. Mr. Marimuthu and few other eligible candidates were not allowed finally for the interview by the HOD with TNPSC officials involvement. So I want to file the case in Hon'ble court (Supreme court of India) for this injustice to the chemistry graduates and defend my rejection letter sent by the HOD.”

The applicants now want to proceed to Supreme court of India with their case, as the government officials may influence the decision at High Court . Only final choice left is with CB-CID for the transparency in the selection, as they have tried all the below commissions of india: 1. Tamilnadu Public Service Commission, 2. Tamilnadu Chief Minister Cell, 3. State Information Commission (Tamilnadu), 4. Central Information Commission, 5. National Human Rights Commission-Chairperson, 6. Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (Tamilnadu), 7. Hon'ble Chief Justice of India, 8. State and Central Vigilance Commission, 9. Hon'ble President of India and 10. Hon'ble Prime Minister of India).

(Note. My petition to the Chief Justice of India in registered post is disappeared from the Indian postal services departmernt and so this mail to [email protected] contain that soft copy and also registered in Hon'ble President Office). Thank you, Attachments with this mail, 1.RTI application (14-06-12) 2.RTI first appeal (17-07-12) 3. Second appeal/complaint (15-08-12) 4.Letter to the Hon'ble CM (03-09-12) 5.Letter to the CIC (10-10-12) 5.Letter to the DVAC (24-10-12) 6.Letter to the NHRC (25-12-12) 7.Letter to the Hon'ble CJI (27-12-12) 8.SIC's final decision (05-12-12) 9. Letter from CIC (07-12-12) 10.Call letter received from the Secretary, TNPSC (06-06-12) Ref. files Honorable President office,PRSEC/E/2012/21668,

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, StateTirunelveli. information commission Tamilnadu SIC 39338/SCIC/Enquiry/2012,

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

Directorate of vigilance and ant-corruption DVAC 47467/2012/TNPSC/HQ, 47604/2012/TNPSC/CC-I Central information commission CIC/SM/Dy.No.175098, 160584/2012 and 166472/12, Hon'ble CM office Tamilnadu TN-CM-E/241900/2012, E 9512 and 3282/M3/2013-1. Online pet no. 2012/702208/VO,

TNPSC Memo. No. 5359/OTD-A1/2010-06.06.2012 and 11-01-13, and 1204/OTD-A1/2013-18-03-13, National Human Rights Commission NHRC case no. 230/22/13/2013/OC, 82/22/0/2013/OC and online diary no.129040, Central Vigilance Commission 909/2013/Vigilance 2-CVC

Indian postal services CPT/SPO HCD 2013-14/1-05-04-13 GCB/7-11/12-postal dept

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CIC Newdelhi Chief Information Commisioner Seperation Engineers, Myalpore Mr. P. Balasubramanian SIC Tamilnadu Chief Information Commisioner and 7 others

Request for the Transparency in TNPSC Recruitments and Legal Action against the government officials involved in the corrupt practices over the chemistry graduates (TNPSC ADVT NO: 298, 21-03-12)

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

University of Hyderabad

Recipient:

Chief Information Commisioner, Mr. P. Balasubramanian, Chief Information Commisioner, The Chairperson, The Chairman, Hon'ble President of India, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Tamilnadu, Hon'ble Chief Justice of India, The director, and S. Sudalai Kumar

Letter:

Greetings, Request for the Transparency in TNPSC Recruitments and Legal Action against the government officials involved in the corrupt practices over the chemistry graduates (TNPSC ADVT NO: 298, 21-03-12)

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

Comments Name

Location

Date

Comment

Sudalai Kumar

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-09

Myself and chemistry graduates were the victims of this fishy practices by TNPSC and Tamilnadu Drug Control

MADDILETI

India

2013-10-09

For the sake of transperency in chemistry graduates recruitment

SATYAJIT PATRA

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-09

This is my duty to fight corruption.hats off to Sudalay..........

sudhir mittapalli

India

2013-10-09

transfer-ency in the govt recruitment.

Arun Kumar A

Chennai, India

2013-10-09

For the transparency in Govt selection and eliminate corruption from govt, I

DEVARAPAGA

support for this petition. congrats Sudalai. Geetha bolla

India

2013-10-09

Transparency in chemistry graduates recruitment

S Purushothaman

India

2013-10-09

I support strongly CORRUPTION FREE INDIA.....ALL THE BEST Sudalai...

Magesh murugesan

Chennai, India

2013-10-09

I am against the corruption

ROBINSON JAMES

Denton, TX

2013-10-09

please get rid of the corruption, it prevents our country to advance in science and in other areas

varul choppala

India

2013-10-09

First of all Sudalai's problem should be resolved ASAP. And to to see my India, a corruption free nation one day at every level...

Srinivas Pagidi

India

2013-10-09

For a corruption free nation....

Ramkumar Nagarajan

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-09

I have been facing the same problem

Ronaq Ali

muzaffar nagar, India

2013-10-10

to stop the corruption

uday khandavilli

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-10

I want to support the nation through supporting the initiators like Mr. Sudalai.

sridevi Yerra

India

2013-10-10

It is the social responsibility for a citizen

Rajagopal Das

India

2013-10-10

Need to get rid of 'The Corruption' that's going around in India.

raghavender siramdas

manhattan, KS

2013-10-10

For justice.

pradeep kumar

India

2013-10-10

we need corruption free bureaucracy

Bharat Kumar

Tel Aviv, Israel

2013-10-10

As a citizen of India i should support this petitions

masanam kannan

Guwahati, India

2013-10-10

I am completely against corruption

bharathiraja G

Guwahati, India

2013-10-10

i oppose corruption

vishwanadh k

India

2013-10-10

He is my senior .He need the justice for being involved in the corrupt practices

Tripuramallu

in TPNC .I hope the government of india will take care the petition of him as a consideration. narendra pati

India

2013-10-10

for justice

ramakrishna bodapati

India

2013-10-10

as a cetizen of india , i will support

Theerthagiri J

India

2013-10-10

corruption

hariprasad ellendula

India

2013-10-10

i am againist to corruption

vasu devan

India

2013-10-10

Corruption

abdu khayum m

India

2013-10-12

i am also a citizen of this nation....i want to live here...one corrupted fellow can destroys someone's dream,hardwork,time....and finally life...iam strongly supporting you with all means....

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

Name

Location

Date

Comment

Mahesh Pratap Singh

Mirzapur, India

2013-10-13

No citizen can be deprived from right to lively hood because of corrupt

Yogi M. P. Singh

practices of staff Government of state. Under article 51-A of constitution of India-this is fundamental duty of each citizen to enquire into function of government in order to correct it.

anil keshari

Mirzapur, India

2013-10-13

public intrest

vimal p m

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-14

public intrest

sreenu bhanoth

India

2013-10-14

because of injustice

Mohan raj

India

2013-10-14

Let this be the change the people of India looking for.

battini swapna

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-15

against corruption

karthik s

India

2013-10-15

against corruption

S.Sakthivel Shanmugam

India

2013-10-15

Misuse of power by Govt officials because none to question them

srikanth medipelli

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-16

Against corruption

Justin Selvaraj

Hyderabad, AP

2013-10-16

fight for the rights

Murugesan Vigneshwar

India

2013-10-17

We (youngster) should unify in such activities to curb corruption in india

Duraiyarasu

India

2013-10-17

Sweep the corruption and corruption free India!

India

2013-10-17

I hate corruption..........

Maheshwaran Balaji Viswanath

So, I feel it is important to take step against this issue sivaraman G

India

2013-10-17

I am also selected in the written but they did not allow me for the interview

Chinnaraja D

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-18

Against corruption

suresh sundaram

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-18

against corruption

AMBARKAR SUDHEER

India

2013-10-18

AGAINST CORRUPTION

sanatan nayak

India

2013-10-18

against corruption

prabagar baskaran

India

2013-10-18

against corruption

Koushik Ghosh

India

2013-10-18

Against corruption

Ramesh Elumalai

India

2013-10-18

against corruption

Naveen B

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-18

Against corruption

rama raju jella

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-18

public interest

vijay kumar reddy

India

2013-10-18

public interest

Annadhasan Mari

Chennai, India

2013-10-19

Many of our friends got like this problems and want to make an awareness

KUMAR

about the corruption gopal krishnan

India

2013-10-21

corruption should not corrupt human rights

Venkatachalam Vellaiyan

India

2013-10-23

Unity will make a corruption free india, it will create great india.

Sankar R

India

2013-10-26

Corruption free INDIA ?

Palash Sanphui

India

2013-10-26

If we can stop corruption in Tamulnadu, which is one of the most corrupted state in India, probably we can eradicate corruption from India soon.

RAJAMOORTHI RAMASAMY

India

2013-10-26

For the sake of corruption free country.

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

Name

Location

Date

Comment

Naga Veera

Corvallis, OR

2013-10-26

It's pathetic to see how much corruption is involved in University recruitment. And everyone knows about it; yet, most of us do nothing! No use in talking about making INDIA super power without stopping these kind of things! A proper system should be put in place to help the talented get the jobs. We can change this, we can do this and we have to do this!

Nandakumar

Chennai, India

2013-10-28

Talented young minds are neglected due to this kind of corruptions.

Chennai, India

2013-10-28

Talent and Qualification should be the eligibility for these kind of Government

Meganathan Nandakumar Meganathan

exams. Political and money related powers should not be interfered. Should be shortlisted and interviewed by transparency............

madhava chary

India

2013-10-29

corrupted government is danger for our nation.

A. Rajakumar

India

2013-11-01

For a Real change in the Society and Country,,,

durgesh singh

India

2013-11-01

corruption free india

Kannan Das

India

2013-11-03

There is a strong need to uproot corruption in the country..I strongly support this cause and hope it yields justice !

Sudalai Kumar S

Hyderabad, India

2013-12-31

RTI is diluted already by the officials. To Sae this http://www.change.org/petitions/hon-ble-chief-justice-supremecourt-of-india-request-for-the-transparency-in-tnpsc-recruitments-and-legalaction-against-the-government-officials-involved-in-the-corrupt-practices-overthe-chemistry-graduates-tnpsc-advt-no-298-21-03-12

surya prakash

Palatine, IL

2014-05-26

im the citizen ogf india

surya prakash

Chennai, India

2014-05-26

India should be clean

dineshkumar selvakumar

India

2014-06-26

stop corruption save india

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

University of Hyderabad

Recipient:

Chief Information Commisioner, Mr. P. Balasubramanian, Chief Information Commisioner, The Chairperson, The Chairman, Hon'ble President of India, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Tamilnadu, Hon'ble Chief Justice of India, The director, and S. Sudalai Kumar

Letter:

Greetings, Request for the Transparency in TNPSC Recruitments and Legal Action against the government officials involved in the corrupt practices over the chemistry graduates (TNPSC ADVT NO: 298, 21-03-12)

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli.

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar

Signatures Name

Location

Date

Sudalai Kumar

India

2013-10-09

MADDILETI DEVARAPAGA

India

2013-10-09

SATYAJIT PATRA

India

2013-10-09

Suresh kuthuru

India

2013-10-09

sudhir mittapalli

India

2013-10-09

Balasubramaniam Manickavelu

Brighton, United Kingdom

2013-10-09

Arun Kumar A

India

2013-10-09

Geetha bolla

India

2013-10-09

S Purushothaman

India

2013-10-09

Sourav Laha

India

2013-10-09

Balasubramanian manian

India

2013-10-09

Raja pandi

India

2013-10-09

Magesh murugesan

India

2013-10-09

Thiruvengadam Naveen

India

2013-10-09

ROBINSON JAMES

Denton, TX, United States

2013-10-09

vadivel s

India

2013-10-09

Raja Rit

India

2013-10-09

John Ashwin

India

2013-10-09

VARUL CHOPPALA

India

2013-10-09

Srinivas Pagidi

India

2013-10-09

ravindra kumar

India

2013-10-09

Ramkumar Nagarajan

India

2013-10-09

MANIKANDAN M

tirunelveli, India

2013-10-10

Ronaq Ali

India

2013-10-10

uday khandavilli

India

2013-10-10

sridevi Yerra

India

2013-10-10

Rajagopal Das

India

2013-10-10

Murali Krishna Chaitanya Mannava

India

2013-10-10

raghavender siramdas

manhattan, KS, United States

2013-10-10

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli. Name

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar Location

Date

pradeep kumar

India

2013-10-10

Mahesh Gudem

India

2013-10-10

raju k

India

2013-10-10

Bharat Kumar Tripuramallu

India

2013-10-10

masanam kannan

India

2013-10-10

bharathiraja G

India

2013-10-10

lakshmanan Arumugam

India

2013-10-10

vishwanadh k

India

2013-10-10

naren pati

India

2013-10-10

RAJESH DESAPOGU

India

2013-10-10

ramakrishna bodapati

India

2013-10-10

Anthony Raj

India

2013-10-10

Theerthagiri J

India

2013-10-10

Mani bl

Tirunelveli, India

2013-10-10

hariprasad ellendula

India

2013-10-10

sooria prakash

India

2013-10-10

vasu devan

India

2013-10-10

vijay solomon

Basel, BS, Switzerland

2013-10-10

Krunal Bhanderi

India

2013-10-11

Jeeva nandam

India

2013-10-12

kishore pilli

India

2013-10-12

abdu khayum m

India

2013-10-12

S Manojveer

India

2013-10-13

Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M. P. Singh

India

2013-10-13

ANIL KESHARI

India

2013-10-13

anil keshari

India

2013-10-13

Prasant Singh

India

2013-10-13

vadivel s s

India

2013-10-13

Manish Jain

India

2013-10-13

Preeti Singh

India

2013-10-13

Madhu Venkatraman

India

2013-10-13

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli. Name

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar Location

Date

Keshav Pratap Singh

India

2013-10-13

Arun Pratap Singh

India

2013-10-13

Srikar Anumula

Manhattan, KS, United States

2013-10-14

Sandeep Pakker

manhattan, KS, United States

2013-10-14

vimal p m

India

2013-10-14

Ramesh Ekambaram

Tartu, Tar, Estonia

2013-10-14

sreenu bhanoth

India

2013-10-14

Ramana niddana

India

2013-10-14

radhakrishnan arumugam

India

2013-10-14

vignesh babu

India

2013-10-14

Mohan raj

India

2013-10-14

Srinivasan Narayanaswamy

India

2013-10-15

battini swapna

India

2013-10-15

karthik s

India

2013-10-15

S.Sakthivel Shanmugam

India

2013-10-15

Tamilarasan D

India

2013-10-15

srikanth medipelli

India

2013-10-16

Selvaraj Justin

India

2013-10-16

jesin beneto

India

2013-10-17

Murugesan Vigneshwar

India

2013-10-17

Duraiyarasu Maheshwaran

India

2013-10-17

MARUTHEESWARAN SRINIVASAN

India

2013-10-17

Balaji Viswanath

India

2013-10-17

Jey Chandran

India

2013-10-17

sivaraman G

India

2013-10-17

Sekar Raj

Tiruppur, AP, United States

2013-10-17

dhamodharan v

India

2013-10-17

uppara venkataramudu

India

2013-10-18

Chinnaraja D

India

2013-10-18

Hitesh Patel

India

2013-10-18

p viswanathan

India

2013-10-18

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli. Name

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar Location

Date

suresh sundaram

India

2013-10-18

AMBARKAR SUDHEER KUMAR

India

2013-10-18

sanatan nayak

India

2013-10-18

prabagar baskaran

India

2013-10-18

Koushik Ghosh

India

2013-10-18

Ramesh Elumalai

India

2013-10-18

Naveen B

India

2013-10-18

rama raju jella

India

2013-10-18

Panjamurthy K

Baltimore, MD, United States

2013-10-18

vijay kumar reddy

India

2013-10-18

Sudhangshu maity

India

2013-10-18

Bala Kondareddy

India

2013-10-18

Annadhasan Mari

India

2013-10-19

chandirasekar Shanmugam

India

2013-10-19

Murugavelu Marimuthu

India

2013-10-20

chinnaiyan rajesh

India

2013-10-21

gopal krishnan

India

2013-10-21

shivaprasad venkatesha

Holenarasipura, India

2013-10-22

Venkatachalam Vellaiyan

India

2013-10-23

Sankar R

India

2013-10-26

Palash Sanphui

India

2013-10-26

mani maran

India

2013-10-26

RAJAMOORTHI RAMASAMY

India

2013-10-26

Naga Veera

Corvallis, OR, United States

2013-10-26

Nelson mandela S

Hyderabad, India

2013-10-28

PEMMASANI VINOD KUMAR

India

2013-10-28

Kishorekumar S

India

2013-10-28

Ravi Teja Donepudi

India

2013-10-28

ashok pabbathi

India

2013-10-28

Nayan Ghosh

India

2013-10-28

Nandakumar Meganathan

India

2013-10-28

Mrinmoy Pramanick

India

2013-10-28

Dr S. Sudalai Kumar Social Scientist FXEC, Tirunelveli. Name

Dr. S. Sudalai Kumar Location

Date

Balavardhana Adapa

India

2013-10-29

madhava chary

India

2013-10-29

Raghu Narayanan

India

2013-10-30

md.zikrullah khan

India

2013-10-30

aleem abdul

India

2013-10-30

Madhurendra Singh

India

2013-10-31

dini chongte

India

2013-11-01

A. Rajakumar

India

2013-11-01

durgesh singh

India

2013-11-01

Kannan Das

India

2013-11-03

Sudalai Kumar S

India

2013-12-31

Nidhi Sharma

United States

2014-01-03

Billa Narasimhsa Rao

India

2014-03-19

karthik aynaras

India

2014-03-24

muthusamy nakkiran

Jagdalpur, India

2014-03-30

siva chidambaram

India

2014-04-03

Asvin Kumar

India

2014-04-07

maheswara rao kota

India

2014-04-14

surya prakash

India

2014-05-26

surya sunderasan

India

2014-05-26

dineshkumar selvakumar

India

2014-06-26

Christian Bharathi

India

2014-09-06

ratan kumar

India

2014-09-16