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PMO has ‘no record’ of Modi’s media interactions: RTI

Mumbai: The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) apparently has no records of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s media interactions for over four years, an RTI query revealed here on Friday. Mumbai-based RTI activist Anil Galgali had posed the query on December 8, 2018, seeking full details of Modi’s media interactions, live interviews[Read More…]

PMO denies to share information against RTI on e-tendering scam

PMO denies to share information against RTI on e-tendering scam

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has declined to share action taken on a letter written by Congress leader Ajay Singh to Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging large-scale corruption through e-tendering in Madhya Pradesh citing a provision of RTI Act that bars disclosure of “third party” information. The Leader of Opposition in Madhya Pradesh had in July written the[Read More…]

PMO clears Air India bill worth Rs 119 crore

Prime Minister’s Office claimed that bills worth Rs 119 crore pending towards Air India, generated for some foreign visits of Narendra Modi, have been cleared. RTI applicant Commodore (retd) Lokesh Batra said that the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on January 30 uploaded on its website the details of bills worth[Read More…]

Is ‘Jan Jan Ki baat’ not an official initiative?

On, Tuesday Narendra Modi has repeatedly appealed Indians to rate his demonetisation move. Narendra Modi’s website claimed that more than five lakh people participated in the ‘Jan Jan Ki Baat’ within a day. Various reports by media organisations and social media implied that the survey was a public relation initiative[Read More…]

MPs may soon get 100% salary hike

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) is believed to have agreed to consider a recommendation made by the Joint Committee on Salaries and Allowances of Members of Parliament to revise the Parliamentarians’ salary. The MPs can soon expect a steep hike in salary with a 100% raise, taking their basic pay[Read More…]

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