Director general of income tax I & CI New Delhi transferred R.T.I. application to DGIT I & CI Chandigarh


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Enter Registration Number DGICI/R/E/23/00105

Name Yogi M P Singh

Received Date 21/09/2023

Public Authority Directorate General of Income Tax (Intelligence & Criminal Investigations)


Date of action 05/10/2023

Details of CPIO :- Name:-Raman Chawa, Telephone Number:- 011-24363694, Email Id:-

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Nodal Officer Details :-

Telephone Number 91-11-24363068

Email Id aditadmin[dot]ici[dot]delhi[at]incometaxindia[dot]gov[dot]in

Online RTI Request Form Details

RTI Request Details :-


RTI Request Registration number DGICI/R/E/23/00105

Public Authority Directorate General of Income Tax (Intelligence & Criminal Investigations)


Personal Details of RTI Applicant:-

Name Yogi M P Singh

Gender Male

Address Surekapuram colony , Shri Laxmi Narayan Baikunth Mahadev Mandir, Riva Road, Mirzapur city

Country India

State Uttar Pradesh

Status Urban

Educational Status Literate

  Above Graduate

Phone Number Details not provided

Mobile Number +91-7379105911

Email-ID yogimpsingh[at]gmail[dot]com

Request Details :-

Citizenship Indian

Is the Requester Below Poverty Line ? No

(Description of Information sought (upto 500 characters)

Description of Information Sought

RTI application is attached to this online application please take the Perusal of the attached document to provide the information to the information seeker.

The applicant is the aggrieved in the matter and on the application of the information seeker this action has been initiated by the Department of income tax, so the applicant is not a third party in the matter.

Central public information officer of the Department of Central Board of direct taxes may provide the following information to the information seeker pint wise as follows.

1-    Central public information officer may provide the name and designation of the staff who processed the despatch of the tax evasion petition from this office to the office of Director General of Income Tax (Inv), Chandigarh.

2-    Central public information officer may provide the name and designation of the staff who received this tax evasion petition in the office Director General of Income Tax (Inv), Chandigarh and the date of receiving of it.

3-    Central Public Information Officer may provide the information of the tax evasion petition if it has been considered as the tax evasion petition if not provide the reason of it. A number of occasion Honorable Apex Court of India has stated that right to reason is the indispensable part of sound judicial system it is not only must in our judiciary, but it must be adopted in the execution of the administrative work.

4-    Central public information officer must provide the case information of quasi-judicial proceeding being initiated by public authority Director General of Income Tax (Inv), Chandigarh Because in this country case information is easily accessible concerning judicial proceedings whether it may be concerned with the Honorable apex court of India or high courts or be of subordinate courts.

This matter concerns the wide public interest and deep-rooted corruption so it must be accessible in public domain. Central public information officer may provide the four-point information to the information seeker within a stipulated 30 days as prescribed under subsection one of section 7 of the right to information act 2005.

Grievance Status for registration number: CBODT/E/2023/0007645

Grievance Concerns to Name Of Complainant-Yogi M. P. Singh, Date of Receipt-07/02/2023

Received By Ministry/Department-Central Board of Direct Taxes (Income Tax)

Current Status-Case closed   Date of Action-21/02/2023

Remarks-This is not a grievance but a Tax Evasion Petition (TEP). The TEP along with its enclosures is being sent to the jurisdictional Director General of Income Tax (Inv), Chandigarh for necessary action thereon. Hence the grievance is being closed on CPGRAM portal.

Appeal Details

Appeal Number



Yogi M. P. Singh

Appeal Received Date


Reason Of Appeal

Undoubtedly the matter concerns with the jurisdiction of the Director General of Income Tax (Inv), Chandigarh consequently you have forwarded the matter to the same mandate, but it could not ensure the action against the wrongdoers because the corruption is prevailed in the working of the public authority. You are making efforts to keep me silent quite obvious from your forwarding action even that action does not ensure the action against the criminal elements who tortured me for more than 3 years. I want action in the matter instead of procrastination as being done by the government functionaries. What is the guarantee that director general investigation Chandigarh will not file the matter as usually done in the public offices in this largest democracy in the world? When after investigation it has been proved that my PAN card was not updated in my bank account then it is obligated duty of the department of income tax to act against those who made efforts for tax evasion on the ground of findings. The delay in the matter itself implies the deep-rooted corruption in the department of income tax.

Appeal Status

Appeal Closed (On 20/03/2023)

Closing Remarks

Centralized Public Grievance Redress and Monitoring Systems (CPGRAMS) is an online platform available to the citizens 24x7 to lodge their grievance to the public authorities on any subject related to service delivery. This is not a grievance pertaining to the service delivery, but a TEP. The Investigation and enquiry procedures of the TEP are guided by the extant rules and procedures as mandated by the IT Act,1961, and extant rules and instructions issued by CBDT from time to time. The TEP in the instant case has been handled in accordance with the above rules and instructions by the competent authority. Reference in this regard is also made to the Judgment of Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in the case of Pr. DIT (Inv.)-2 Vs Rajiv Yaduvanshi & ors dated 06.11.2020 which states that “ The Income Tax Department has a specific framework of investigations dealing with the TEPs and information in respect of the investigations carried out by the officer of Directorate General of Income Tax (Investigation) is not required to be intimated to the complainant as the said office is outside the purview of RTI Act, 2005. “ In the instant appeal of CPGRAM, the disclosure of action taken/contemplated and the details of investigation are also governed by provisions of Sec. 138 of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Accordingly, the appeal has rightly been considered for closure.

Officer Concerns To

Officer Name

Shri Deepak Tiwari (Commissioner of Income Tax OSD Investigation CBDT)

Email Address

Contact Number


Organization name


Concerned CPIO Ravindra Kumar Bansal

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