May 10 : –
Union Information Commissioner Amitav Bhattacharya has denied the claim that the details of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign visits are not confidential.
The company has given the order to AirIndia to submit its information. While directing that the details of the places where Modi traveled in the year 2016-17, the bills sent to the Prime Minister’s Office, and the period of these visits should be submitted by Air India, the Central Information Commissioner said that the expenditure on these foreign tours is government It is made from safes.
So everyone needs to know its information. In this case, Lokesh Batra had filed an application with the Central Information Commissioner. Bhattacharya said in the order that information on these visits is universal and it is not confidential.