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I want my rights

I applied for ration card about a month and half back in Ghaziabad (UP). That time I was told that I would get an SMS on 15 th feb and that way I would know how to get my ration card.

 

The process I learnt from the website is that the applier is provided a no. by which it can followup. But I was given none.

 

I recieved and SMS on 23rd Feb informing me that my ration has been sent to one ration dealer( the name was given) . Now I haven't got my ration card. There is a toll free no also (18001800150) where I was informed that the ration card is with that dealer.

 

Now , I got no of that dealer on the website too. (fcs.up.nic.in). I called him and he told me that he has no new ration card.

Before that found the shop and it was closed.

 

How to go ahead with my case? Should I file an RTI or should I wait.

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Sunil Ahya

You may file a RTI Application addressed to the Public Information Officer of concerned Govt. Department and seek information on the pending status of your ration card.

 

 

> Your RTI Application will have to be as per UP State Govt. RTI Rules, please refer to the following link for the same:

 

 

> For help on drafting queries for seeking information, kindly refer to the following links:

 

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I want my rights

Thanks both for the support. this forum is very supportive for people like us fed up of the government apathy.

Sorry, I replied so late.

 

 

@raveena_o it showed no matches.

 

@abhi987 the post you mentioned, I cant reply.

Actually the PIOs are all of Lucknow and I am in Ghaziabad.

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