BSF Jawan imprisoned, suspended as wife files 498a, 323, 504, 506, cocktail ! Now Who will protect us ??

daily We keep hearing as to how our brave BSF Jawans save us from incursions. It is essential that these people serving the country in remote areas and risking their lives to save us are given at least some peace of minds. However this CIC order is shockingly revealing how one such Jawan was imprisoned, probably suspended as well, as his wife filed 498a, 323, 504, 506, cocktail. Now the woman is trying to get more money out of his paycheck !!



Decision No.CIC/VS/A/2014/000472/SB/

Dated:  01.09.2015

Mrs. Reena Devi,
W/o Bharat Bhim,
Bhauaar Niranjanpur,
Post – Gandhi Nagar,
Distt. Basti (U.P.)

Central Public Information Officer,
Border Security Force,
Post­Group Kendra,
Chilaura Road, Gandhi Nagar,

Date of Hearing:                             01.09.2015



  1. Mrs. Reena Devi  filed an application dated 27.12.2010 under the Right to Information  Act, 2005 (RTI Act) with the Central Public Information Officer (CPIO), Border Security Force  (BSF) seeking information regarding the  status of action taken on her husband against whom a  case   was   registered   U/s   498(a).   323,   504,   506     of   IPC   and   under   relevant   provisions   of   the  Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005, whether her husband was suspended on  account of his being imprisoned, whether a BSF Jawan can marry a second time and whether some  maintenance allowance can be allowed to her from her husband’s salary, etc.
  2. Copies of first appeal and FAA’s Order, if any, are not available in file. The appellant  filed second appeal dated 25.01.2011 before the Commission.
  3. Hearing:  Both the parties were not present during the hearing despite notice.
  4. Decision: The Commission observes that under Section 24(1) read with Second Schedule of the RTI  Act,   2005,   Border   Security   Force   (BSF)   has   been   declared   an   exempt   organization.   The  Commission finds that the Director General, BSF has issued a circular dated 04.02.2006 which  requires BSF to give information on innocuous nature where sovereignty, integrity and security of  the country are not involved. The Commission, therefore, directs the CPIO to provide information  as permissible to the appellant within a period of four weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of  this order.
  5.   The appeal is disposed of.  Copy of decision be given free of cost to the parties.

(Sudhir Bhargava)
Information Commissioner

Authenticated true copy.
(V.K. Sharma)
Designated Officer


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