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Uttarakhand HC: State Information Commission Has No Power to Direct Removal of Encroachment - (08 Jan 2021)

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

Uttarakhand High Court has observed that the State Information Commission has got no power to direct for the removal of encroachment under the Right To Information Act, 2005.

Tags : UTTARAKHAND HIGH COURT   REMOVAL OF ENCROACHMENT  

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