RTI Activist Files PIL In High Court Against Indian Rupee Symbol Design Selection Process

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Lucknow : RTI activist Mr. Rakesh Kumar Singh has submitted a  public interest litigation (PIL ) writ petition in the High Court, the first of its kind last week in Allahabad High Court against cabinet July 15th decision on Indian rupee new symbol design.

As his and nine other RTI activists` RTI's which were filed across India during  the last one year, exposed the violation of guidelines and biased selection process in Rupee Symbol design competition.

On September 16th Hon'ble Allahabad High Court, Lucknow Bench will hear on his writ petition in court no 1.

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