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PM Modi to inaugurate new CIC premises on 6 March

The new building will enable the Commission to function from a single location. Earlier it was working from two hired buildings

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new premises of Central Information Commission (CIC) at Munirka in the capital on Tuesday.

The new building will enable the Commission to function from a single location. Earlier it was working on two hired buildings. The new CIC building is a state of the art-green building constructed by National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) ahead of its completion date. The five-storey structure houses all the hearing rooms of the Central Information Commission with state of the art, IT and video conferencing systems.

CIC is the apex appellate body established by the Right to Information Act 2005.

Amit Kumar
Amit Kumar
This consulting editor of Sirf News is a senior journalist with more than 20 years of experience in reporting and editing, has worked with Hindusthan Samachar (news agency), Mail Today, Hindustan Times, Mid-Day, etc

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