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:: CITIZEN CHARTER 

 :: RTI ACT

CITIZEN CHARTER  OF ANTI-CORRUPTION BUREAU

     Purpose of this Charter is to work for better quality in Public Service with the co-operation and co-ordination of the Public.

1.  Aim of the Bureau:

To promote honest and transparent conduct on the part of Government and Public Servants through effective enforcement of Anti-Corruption Laws in order to make legitimate services available to the citizen.

2.  We deliver the following services:

       a)  Registration and investigation of complaints of corruption.

       b)  Enquire and recommend action on allegations of corruption against Government and Public Servants.

       c)  Advise and guide on internal vigilance in Government Departments.

       d)  Advise public on course of action on matters of corruption.

       e) Public awareness programmes.

3.  Our aim is to achieve the following service delivery:      

Nature of Service

Service delivery standards Time limit

Remarks

Enquiries

4 months

The delivery time is subject to nature of the case and circumstances developing during the course of enquiry/investigation.

Investigation of Trap Cases

6 months

Investigation of Disproportionate Assets Cases

6 months

Investigation of Criminal Misconduct Cases

6 months

4.  Availability of information:  Information on the following subjects can be obtained

     from our officers listed below:

ACB Investigation / Enquiries pertaining to

NAME OF THE OFFICER & DESIGNATION

Sri/Ms

LOCATED AT

Telephone No.

Cell No.

E - Mail

Entire state

of Telangana

A.K.Khan, IPS.,

Director General

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23251501

Cell - 9490616003

dg_acb@telangana.gov.in

Entire state

of Telangana

Charu Sinha, I.P.S., Director

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

 

23251503

Cell - 9908822899

dir_acb@telangana.gov.in

Entire state

of Telangana

V.Siva Kumar, I.P.S.,

Joint Director (CIU)

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23549018

9440446110

jtdir_ciu_acb@telangana.gov.in

Twin Cities,

Ranga Reddy Dist.

Mahaboobnagar Dist.

Nalgonda Dist.

A.Satyanarayana, I.P.S.,

Joint Director (City)

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23559034

9493193236

jd_acbc@telangana.gov.in

Establishment, Admn. & Budget matters

N.V.Srinivas,

Joint Director (Admn)

 

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23559028

9440446144

jtdir_admin_acb@telangana.gov.in

Nizamabad Dist.

Medak Dist.

Karimnagar Dist.

Adilabad Dist.

Warangal Dist..

Khammam Dist.

Ch.R.U.Maheswara Sarma,

Deputy Director (T)

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23549012

9440440054

addlsp_acbt@telangana.gov.in

Establishment, Admn. & Budget matters

Mohd.Wajid Ali,

i/c. Asst.Director (Admn), i/c..Accounts Officer

ACB  Headquarters Office,

Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23251539

9440808100

dir_acb@telangana.gov.in

   District Offices:

Twin Cities

J.Ashok Kumar

DSP, CR-I

ACB City Range, M-8

Manoranjan Complex,

Ajantha Gate,

Exhibition Grounds, Hyderabad.

 

040-24617291

Cell 9440446109

dsp_acb_cr1@telangana.gov.in

Twin Cities

V.Ravi Kumar

 DSP CR-II.

ACB City Range,M-8

Manoranjan Complex,

Ajantha Gate,

Exhibition Grounds, Hyderabad

040-24617408

Cell 9440446134

dsp_acb_cr2@telangana.gov.in

Rangareddy district

M.Prabhakar

DSP.

ACB Office, M-8

Manoranjan Complex,

Ajantha Gate,

Exhibition Grounds, Hyderabad

040-23559026

Cell 9440446140

dsp_acb_hrg@telangana.gov.in

Mahaboobnagar district

T.Ramdas Teja,

DSP.

       Anti-Corruption Bureau            Office, Police Line,           In front of Water Tank, Mahabubnagar.

08542-242733

Cell 9491305609

dsp_acb_mbnr@telangana.gov.in

Nalgonda district.

B.Koteswara Rao,

DSP.

A.C.B. office,

H.No.6-1-57/E, Boyawada, Nalgonda.

08682-225681

Cell 7382625525

dsp_acb_nlg@telangana.gov.in

Nizamabad district

M.Narender Reddy DSP

6-2-33,

Near Ayyappa Swamy Temple,

Subhas Nagar,

Kanteshwar Road,

Nizamabad- 503002

08462-237450

Cell 9440446155

dsp_acb_nzb@telangana.gov.in

Medak district

S.Suryanarayana, DSP

Near Mahila Pranganam,

Sangareddy,

Medak-502001.

08455-276522

Cell 9440446149

dsp_acb_mdk@telangana.gov.in

Warangal district

R.Saibaba,

DSP

1-7-1202,

Near Ekasila Park,

Advocate Colony,

 Balasamudram,

Hanamkonda, Warangal – 506 001

0870-2577510

Cell 9440446146

dsp_acb_wrl@telangana.gov.in

Khammam district

R.Saibaba,

DSP

ACB Office,

Opp.Krishi Bhavan,

Khammam

0874-2228663

Cell 9440446146

dsp_acb_kmm@telangana.gov.in

Karimnagar district

T.Sudarshan

D.S.P.

2-8-184, Mukarampura, Karimnagar – 505 001

08782-243693

Cell 9440446150

dsp_acb_knr@telangana.gov.in

 

Adilabad district

B.Papa Lal,

D.S.P.

Quarter No.A-5,

White Quarter,

Kailash Nagar,

Adilabad-504001

08732-226307

Cell 9440808108

dsp_acb_adb@telangana.gov.in

5.  For information during and beyond  Office hours, please contact:

ACB Headquarters

Hyderabad

23251555

23559023

23559024

9440446126

 

NOTE : Citizens are also free to contact the Dy. Supdt. of Police / Joint Directors concerned beyond office hours.

6. Toll Free Number:

In order to facilitate easy access to the general public/citizens to prefer complaints on corruption and furnish source information about the corrupt officials to the Bureau, a short digit Toll Free No. 1064 was installed in the ACB Hqrs., Hyderabad.  Another Toll Free No.104 of Arogya Sree can be accessed by the general public to prefer complaints on corruption to the Bureau.  The above Toll Free numbers will function 24 hours in all days.

7.  Complaint redressal system:

Courteous and helpful service will be extended by all the staff.  If you have any complaints to make with regard to delivery of the above standards you are welcome to register your complaints with the following officers.

Name

Designation

Location

Telephone No.

Cell No.

 E-mail

A.K.Khan, IPS.

Director General

Headquarters Office,    Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad.

23251501

Cell – 9490616003

dg_acb@telangana.gov.in

       We also receive information / suggestions at e-mail dg_acb@telangana.gov.in  pertaining to matters of corruption.

8.  Officers appointed under RTI Act, 2005:

Appointed as

Name and designation

S/Sri

Phone number(s)

Address

APIO

Mohd.Wajid Ali,

A.O.(SB)

23251539

9440808100

ACB  Headquarters Office,       Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad

PIO

N.V.Srinivas,

Joint Director (Admn.)

23559032

Cell - 9440446144

ACB  Headquarters Office,    Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad

1st Appellate Authority

Charu Sinha, IPS, Director.

23251507

9908822899

ACB  Headquarters Office,    Road No.12,

Banjara Hills,

MLA Colony, Hyderabad

9.  Consultation with our users/stakeholders.

  • We welcome suggestions from citizens on matters of corruption through mails & correspondence.
  • We welcome visitors at all our Units from all levels.    
  • We interact with Schools / College children at their institutions.

10.  We seek your co-operation on the following, in

  1. Your coming forward to give specific complaints on demand for illegal gratification by Government / Public Servants for rendering official favour to lay traps on Toll Free  No. 1064 installed in ACB Head Quarters at Hyderabad.
  2. Your coming forward and giving definite/ reliable / tangible information with regard to Disproportionate assets of Government/Public Servants (Identity will be kept Confidential) through e-mail to the ACB Officers.
  3. Your coming forward to expose middlemen, brokers who promise to get works done through Government Officers / Public Servants to lay traps against them.
  4. Your giving specific and definite information/particulars of corrupt practices by Government / Public Servants at Government Offices/Units.

                                                                                                                                               Sd/-

                                                                                              Director General,
                                                                                          Anti-Corruption Bureau,
                                                                                               T.S., Hyderabad.

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RTI  ACT :[Section 4(1)(b)]

Chapter – 1 :- Introduction, Function and Duties

Chapter – 2 :- Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees
Chapter– 3 :- Procedure followed in Decision Making Process  

Chapter – 4:- Norms set for the Discharge of Functions

Chapter – 5:- Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for Discharging Functions

Chapter – 6:- A Statement of the Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority  Under its Control

Chapter – 7:-  Particulars of any arrangement that exists  for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of policy or implementation thereof

Chapter – 8:-  A Statement of Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority 

Chapter – 9:- Director of officers and employee

Chapter – 10:-  The Monthly Remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the System of Compensation as provided in Regulations.

Chapter – 11:- The Budget Allocated to Each Agency 

Chapter – 12:- The Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programme

Chapter – 13:- Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, permits or authorization granted by the Public Authority

Chapter – 14:-Information Available in Electronic Form

Chapter – 15:- Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for obtaining Information

Chapter – 16:- Names, Designations and other Particulars of  Public Information Officers

Chapter – 17:-  Other Useful Information

 

 

 

 

Chapter -1 :- Introduction, Function and Duties

 THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT-2005

OBLIGATIONS OF PUBLIC AUTHORITIES

Template for Information Hand Book Under Right to Information Act

Office of the Director General

Anti-Corruption Bureau

Road No.12, Banjara Hills, M.L.A. Colony,

       Hyderabad - 500 034     

Introduction

Background

            The Right to Information Act, 2005 has been enacted and received assent of the President of India on 15.6.2005.  The main objects of the Right to Information Act, 2005 are

  1. To provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens,
  2.  To secure access of information under the control of public authorities,
  3. To promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority,
  4.  The constitution of Central Information Commission and State Information Commission and
  5.  For matters connected or incidental thereto.

            As per the section 2(f) of the Act, “information” means any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material held in any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force.

            As per section 3 of the Act, all the citizens have the right to information. Right to information as per section 2 (j) means “ the right to information accessible under this Act which is held by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to

  1. Inspection of work, documents, records;
  2. Taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records;
  3. Taking certified samples of materials;
  4. Obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in any other electronic mode or through printouts where such information is stored in a computer or in any other device.

            As per the Section 4 of the Act, every public authority shall maintain all its records, duly catalogued, indexed  in a manner  which facilitates RTI under this Act  and ensures that all records that are appropriate to be computerized within reasonable time.   Further the same has to be published within 120 days from the enactment of the Act.

            In this connection, there shall be no obligation to give any citizen information which would impair process of investigation or apprehension or prosecution of offenders and those matters are specifically exempted from disclosure.  Moreover notwithstanding anything in the Official Secrets Act, 1923, the public authority may allow access to information if public interest in disclosure outweighs the harm to the protected interests.

            It is pertinent to note that this Act is not applicable to certain organizations as per the provisions u/Sec. 24 like Intelligence,  Security organizations etc.  specified in the 2nd schedule. However the information pertaining to allegation of corruption and human rights violation shall not be excluded.

1.2  Objective / Purpose of this information hand book

     The Objective of the hand book is to provide the following information.

  1. The particulars and structure of the organization, functions and duties may be placed in the internet also;
  2. The powers and duties of officers and employees;
  3. The procedure followed in the decision-making process, including channels of supervision and accountability;
  4. The norms set by organization for the discharge of organizational functions;
  5. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by the organization or under its control or used by organization employees for discharging their functions
  6. A directory of officers and employees of the organization, list of ranges and special units with addresses
  7. The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers etc. 

1.3 Who are the intended users of the handbook?

Citizens, Civil Society Organizations, Public representatives, Officers and Employees of public authorities including Public Information Officers and Assistant Public Information Officers and Appellate Officers, Central and State Information Commissions etc

1.4 Organization of information

Chapter – 1: (Introduction) – Background, Objective / purpose of Information hand book, Users of the hand book, Definitions of key Terms,Indexing of Contents,  Sources, Procedures and Names and addresses of Key Persons Organization, Functions and Duties

Chapter – 2 : Powers and Duties of Officers  and Employees

Chapter – 3 : Procedure Followed in Decision-making process Not    Applicable

Chapter – 4 : Norms set for the Discharge of Functions

Chapter – 5 :  Rules, Regulations, Manual and Records, for discharging  Functions.

Chapter – 6 : Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority  under its control.

Chapter  - 7  : Arrangements for Consultation with, or Representation by the Members of the Public in relation to the Formulation of Policy of implementation thereof - Not Applicable

Chapter – 8  : Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority - Not Applicable                                

Chapter–  9 : Directory of  Officers and Employees

Chapter – 10:  Monthly remuneration  received by Officers and Employees Including  the System of Compensation as provided in Regulations.

Chapter –11 : Budget  allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.   Not   Applicable

Chapter –12 : Manner of Execution  of Subsidy Programmes  Not   Applicable

Chapter- 13 : Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorisation  Granted by the Public Authority.  Not Applicable

Chapter – 14 : Information  Available in Electronic Forms.

Chapter – 15 :  Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens  for Obtaining  Information.

Chapter – 16 :Names, Designations and other Particulars of Public Information Officers – As given in Chapter-9

Chapter – 17 : Other useful Information

1.5 Definitions of Key Terms used in this hand book.

DEFINITIONS:   In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires:-

(a) "Appropriate Government" means in relation to a public authority   which is established, constituted, owned, controlled or substantially financed by funds provided directly or indirectly-

       (i) By the Central Government or the Union Territory administration, the Central Government;

      (ii) By the State Government, the State Government;

(b)  “Central Information Commission" means the Central Information Commission constituted under sub-section (I) of section 12;

(c)  "Central Public Information Officer" means the Central Public Information Officer designated under sub-section (1) and includes a Central Assistant Public Information   Officer designated as   such under sub-section (2) of section 5

(d) " Chief Information Commissioner" and "Information Commissioner" means the Chief Information  Commissioner  and Information Commissioner appointed under sub-section(3) of section 12;

(e) "Competent authority" means- 

      (i) the Speaker in the case of the House of the People or the Legislative Assembly of a State or a Union Territory having such Assembly and the Chairman in the case of the Council of States or Legislative Council of a State;

        (ii) the Chief Justice of India in the case of the Supreme Court;

        (iii) the Chief Justice of the High Court in the case of a High Court;

     (iv) the President or the Governor, as the case may be, in the case of other authorities established or constituted by or under the Constitution;                                      

        (v) the administrator appointed under Article 239 of the Constitution;

(f) "information" means any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material held in any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force;  

(g) " prescribed' means prescribed by rules made under this Act by the appropriate  Government  or the competent authority, as the case may  be;

(h) "public authority" means any authority or body or institution of self-government established or constituted -

        (a) by or under the 'constitution'  ;

        (b) by any other law made by  Parliament;

        (c) by any other law made by State Legislature;

        (d) by notification issued or   order made by the appropriate 

          Government, and includes any -

           i) body owned, controlled or substantially financed;

       ii) non-Government organization substantially financed,directly or indirectly by funds provided by the appropriate Government.

          iii) "record'' includes -

                a) any document,  manuscriipt and file

                b) any microfilm, microfiche and facsimile copy of a document   

          iv) any reprodcution of image or images embodied in such microfilm(whether enlarged or not); and

          v) any other material produced by a computer or any other device;

j)   "right to information" means the right to information accessible under this Act  which is held  by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to - 

        i) Inspection of work, documents, records;

      (ii) taking notes, extracts or  certified copies of  documents or records;

     (iii) taking certified samples of material';

     (iv) obtaining information in   the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in any other electronic mode or  through printouts where such information is stored in a computer or in any other device.

(k) "State Information Commission" means the State Information Commission  constituted under   sub--section (1) of section 15 ;

(l) “State Chief Information Commissioner” and “State Information Commissioner” means the State Chief Information Commissioner and the State Information Commissioner appointed under sub-section (3) of section 15;

(m) “State Public Information Officer” means the State Public Information Officer  designated under sub-section (1) and includes a State Assistant Public Information Officer designated as such under sub-section (2) of section 5;

(n) “third party” means a person other than the citizen making a request for information and includes a public authority.

Chapter – 1

 Particulars of the Organization, Functions and Duties

[Section 4 (1)(b)(1)]

S.No.

Name of the     Organization

Address

Functions

Duties

1

Anti-Corruption Bureau,

Telangana State.   

  O/o Director General,   Anti-Corruption Bureau,Road No.12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabd –  500 034.

1) Registration of cases of corruption and investigation.

2) Enquire into the allegations of irregularities, Criminal       mis-conduct etc.,  against Public Servants

The Bureau undertakes the following types of cases/ enquiries:                                  

1)Trap Cases                          

2) Disproportionate Assets Cases.                                           3) Criminal Mis-conduct Cases under provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. 

4) Regular Enquiries                    5) Surprise Checks &                  6) Discreet Enquiries.

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Chapter – 2 :- Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees            

Content to be added later

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Chapter– 3 :- Procedure followed in Decision Making Process  

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 4:- Norms set for the Discharge of Functions

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 5:- Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for Discharging Functions

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 6:- A Statement of the Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority  Under its Control 

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 7:-  Particulars of any arrangement that exists  for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of policy or implementation thereof

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 8:-  A Statement of Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 9:- Director of officers and employee

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 10:-  The Monthly Remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the System of Compensation as provided in Regulations.

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Chapter – 11:- The Budget Allocated to Each Agency

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Chapter – 12:- The Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programme

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 13:- Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, permits or authorization granted by the Public Authority

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Chapter – 14:-Information Available in Electronic Form

Content to be added later

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Chapter – 15:- Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for obtaining Information

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Chapter – 16:- Names, Designations and other Particulars of  Public Information Officers

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Chapter – 17:-  Other Useful Information

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