New Delhi: As many as 1,121 complaints received by National Commission for Minorities over the last three years are yet to be resolved, according to an RTI reply.
NCM received 7,629 complaints from April 2011-June 2014, out of which 1,121 or 14.7 per cent are still pending.
In the same period, 3,344 complaints were settled by the Commission, while 2,137 were either forwarded to the authorities concerned or closed.
Report was sought in 1,027 cases while proceedings in 1,121 cases are still in process.
Moradabad-based RTI activist Salim Baig had filed a Right to Information application seeking information on the number of complaints received by NCM and their completion status.
The maximum number of 3,090 complaints were received from Uttar Pradesh of which 463 cases are at the stage of hearing while 1,332 cases have been closed, according to NCM’s reply.
As many as 950 complaints have been forwarded to relevant authorities while report has been sought in 345 cases.
The NCM received 900 complaints from Delhi, of which 149 are at a hearing stage while 358 have been closed. As many as 205 complaints received from Delhi have been forwarded while report was sought in 188 cases.