Interesting Stats On Arrests Of Women (Mother & Sister)

In 1930, the British govt arrested 17,000 women for their involvement in the Dandi Yatra (Salt March). During 1937 to 1947 (10 Years), they arrested 5,000 women involved in the freedom struggle. From 2004 to 2006, the govt of India arrested 90,000 women of all ages under 498A. On the average, 27,000 women per year are being arrested under this flawed law. These are stats from the NCRB

Monday, May 17, 2010



Subject: Request for information through RTI Act 2005

Sir / Madam,

I wish to inform your kind perusal that, my wife Smt 498 wife have filed a maintenance case against me, in which she have claimed that, “she is not working anywhere”, as per my information she is very well working somewhere, as her EPF is crediting by her employer every month in your EPF office / department, Because here her company / school deposits EPF of there employees.

Apart from above Smt. 498 a Wife D/o Shri XYZ, had lodged a false FIR against me and my family, under section 498a/323/504/506 of IPC and DP Act 3 /4.

In view of above I humbly request you to furnish me the following information through the RTI Act 2005, in the interest of justice.

A. Kindly provide me the details of the EPF A/c i.e. EPF A/c No. & EPF A/c Statement of Smt. 498 A WIFE, from date of opening of account to till date. Her Address is, House / Flat No.-

Request / Relief sought

a) The maintenance case section 24 of HMA & CRPC 125 is registered in Hon’ble Family Court-------.

b) The criminal case section 498a,323,504,506 of IPC and DP Act 3 /4. is registered in Hon’ble Civil Court ------------.

c) The undersigned financial interest is affected in the matter, so undersigned is seeking legal relief from the Court.

d) The disclosure of financial details, mainly employment details of Smt Pooja Talwar / Malik would surely help me to show my innocence in court.

e) The disclosure of information sought is, therefore, in larger public interest. The information should therefore be provided.

f) BECAUSE, With Reference to CIC Decision No CIC/SG/A/2009/000106/3889 27 June 2009 in the case of Deep Public School D2, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi (The Commission has perused the information and does not see any merit in the exemption claimed under Section 8(1)(j) by the Chairman of the School-the third party. In view of this the information will have to be provided.)

g) BECAUSE, with reference to CIC Decision No CIC/AD/A/09/00366 Dated 4th May,2009(In this case Wife/Appellant asked certified copies of all documents of passport file including marriage certificate and application form as submitted in passport office. CPIO denied as per sec 8 (1)(j) CIC directed CPIO to provide information with remark Information being sought is not a thirt party information since the appellant is seeking information about hir leaglly wedded husband.

h) BECAUSE, with reference to CIC Decision No 3774/IC(A)2009 F.No CIC/MA/A/2009/000102 Dated 18th March,2009: ( In this matter wife asked information about her husbands medical expenses, service record etc CPIO denied citing section 8 1(J) . Honorable IC M.M.Ansari directed the CPIO to provide all information citing Since appellant is legally married wife with a child and has asked for details about her husband, there is no justification in withholding any part of information to the appellant as it would assist in resolving the issue by the competent authorityAs long as couple is not legally seperated refusal to share information untenable.

i) BECAUSE, with reference to CIC Decision No 1816/IC/(A)/2008 F.No. CIC/MA/A/2007/00583 Dated 10th Jan,2008(In this matter husband asked PF detail of wife. CPIO denied citing section 8(1)(j) .CIC directed CPIO to provide information to husband with remark The appellants financial interest is affected in the matter, as he is seeking legal relief from the court

j) BECAUSE, with reference to CIC Decision No 2993IC(A)/2008 F. NO. CIC/MA/A/2008/00866 Dated 5th Aug. 2008 (In this case Wife asked whereabouts/residential Address of her husband working in ONGC,CPIO denied citing sec 8(1)(j) .CIC directed to provide information.

Initial fee of Rs10/- in the way of Postal Order of Rs10/- bearing serial number _________ has been enclosed with application as prescribed under Right to Information Rules 2005.

It is requested that, the applicant is a citizen of India, would like to receive the above said information at most urgent on the address mentioned below. For any clarification contact undersigned at, Mobile No: _______________ or at address given below.

It is submitted that, the above information pertains to your esteemed office in your statutory capacity as CAPIO under section 5 (1) of RTI Act read with 5(4) and 5(5) of the RTI Act, 2005.

Undersigned is ready to pay processing fee (if any) required to furnish above said information.

Now, at the end, I may reasonably expect that, honorable PIO will honor the decisions of CIC as stated above while making decision on this RTI application so that, at least the wastage of time of higher authorities in further proceedings and Legal hassle could be avoided in appeal while discussing the same matter.

Thanking You,
With Best Regards,

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