STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Apprehending major scams and misappropriation of expenses incurred on constructions, favouritism in allotment of job works, duties of KAS officers posted in the Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu, rate lists of medicines sold by ‘Sanyog Pharmacy’ and ‘Amrit’, in the past few years, Advocate Arun Gandotra of J&K High Court has sought information under Right to Information Act 2005 regarding construction works and names of contractors and their partners. The RTI application has sought information on total number of steel and fabricated projects/wards along with costs during the tenure of Dr Sunanda Raina, Principal. It also sought names of the firm/factory from where steel and fabricated material used for main gate of GMC, joint and bones hospital and cancer hospital Jammu. The application filed by Advocate Arun Gandotra also sought information regarding the selection committee constituted to select the registrars/lecturers on academic arrangements under SRO-24 in the year 2020, stay of non-gazzetted staff working in the personnel section of Principal GMC Jammu, Administrative Officer, Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu and Chief Accounts Officers (CAO). It also sought information about rate list of medicines charged by ‘Sanyog Pharmacy’ and ‘Amrit’ on which medicines were purchased in GMC and associated hospitals. The RTI also sought details of duties /powers/work profile in details, of three KAS officers in GMC and its associated hospitals. The copy of the RTI has also been sent to PIO, Lieutenant Governor’s secretariat, Raj Bhawan Jammu.
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