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please help me to File RTI abou MPLADS of my local loksabha constituency !!!!!!!!!

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G.R.Vidyaranya

Each District Collector website or

MPLAD scheme website

holds data about same.

RTI can be made to Dist Collector's Office.

Some of this information is already in the public domain - on Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha websites as well as some Assembly websites. First check those before filing the application.

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Bhakti.TV Research

Link mentioned above Vidyaranya is for testing purpose only and doesn't represent correct data. We have started building the Citizen centric dashboard - for both houses of parliament covering MPLADS and many other schemes run by Government to provide real-time monitoring. Check out our series on Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme with Transparency & Accountability Platform and let us know if you think it will be helpful for the people of our country. With new Governments positive approach towards better governance we think we can build it.

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