MULTAN: The Punjab Information Commission (PIC) has summoned the Multan Women University registrar on June 27 for violating the Right to Information Act and not sharing information to a complainant regarding recruitment of admin officers.
Punjab Information Commissioner Mukhtar Ahmad Ali, in his order No AD (A&C) PIC-2-247/2016, has directed the registrar to appear with relevant record. He has warned the registrar that in case of non-appearance, the commission may pass an ex parte order and proceed under Section 15 or 16 of the act.
The commission had earlier issued notices on April 5 and 22 but the registrar did not respond. To it, the complainant again filed a petition. Earlier, in a complaint, civil society activist Raza Ali said that he had filed an application with the university registrar, seeking information on recruitment of admin officers under the Punjab Transparency and Right to Information Act 2013 on March 21.
He said that he sought information on recruitment of admin officers i.e. list of candidates, criteria of selection, copies of educational documents, professional certificates, list of members who were part of interview committee and copies of interview mark sheets of selected candidates.
He said that the university assistant registrar shared incomplete information, stating that some requisition was restricted under Section 13 of the Punjab Transparency and Right to Information Act.