Act and Regulations
The Uttarakhand Right to Service Act (URTS Act), 2011, enacted on October 4, 2011, ensures efficient public service delivery. An amendment in 2014, The Uttarakhand Right to Service (Amendment) Act, further enhanced its provisions. This act empowers citizens by guaranteeing timely services in the state.
Acts
The Uttarakhand Right to Service Act (URTS Act), 2011 (Uttarakhand Act No. 20 of 2011) has been enacted in the State after being passed by the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly and assented by the Governor on 04 October 2011. The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Department vide its Notification No. 307/XXXVI(3)/ 2011/55(1)/ 2011 has notified the Act in the Uttarakhand Extraordinary Gazette dated 04 October 2011. Subsequently, an amendment, namely The Uttarakhand Right to Service (Amendment) Act, 2014 has been enacted on 27 January 2014. The Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Department vide its Notification No. 37/XXXVI(3)/ 2014/06(1)/ 2014 has notified this amendment as well in the Uttarakhand Extraordinary Gazette dated 27 January 2014.
Acts
Regulation
In exercise of the powers conferred by Section-17(4) of The Uttarakhand Right to Service Act (URTS Act), 2011 (Uttarakhand Act No. 20 of 2011), and all other enabling provisions in this behalf, Uttarakhand Right to Service Commission (URTSC) has enacted the 'Uttarakhand Right to Service Commission (Management) Regulations, 2015' with effect from 26 August 2015. These Regulations are mainly for the management of the affairs of the Commission and ensuring its effective functioning.
Regulation