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APIC implements hybrid mode of e-filing of appeals

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ITANAGAR, Dec 29: Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission (APIC) on Friday successfully implemented the hybrid mode of hearing and e-filing of appeals and complaints, a senior official said.

From now, the links for availing the option of hybrid mode of hearing will be published in the daily cause list, APIC registrar Taro Mize said.

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He revealed that the provision for e-filing of appeals and complaints is available on the APIC website apic.arunachal.gov.in.

Mize appealed to all stakeholders, public information officers and litigants to avail the services.

In October, the Supreme Court had set December 31 as deadline for information commissions across the country to provide facility of e-filing of complaints and appeals. (PTI)

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