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video footage of my Hearing




Can I have the video footage of my Hearing held in CIC as CIC itself also comes under the RTI Act?

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Yes, you can get it. File RTI application to provide it.



Sent from RTI INDIA Mobile App

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NO I don't think Video Conferences are not recorded

VC is done by NIC another branch of central govt.

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Prasad GLN

I have once applied for such Video footage from CIC, as decision announced is entirely different from decision sent. CIC informed that they have no practice of keeping Video footage (including recording) but they should maintain such VC footage for atleast three months, as there can be no extra cost.

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It is better to make a try with CPIO of NIC from where you had VC. File RTI Application and seek the video clippling of my video conferencing with CIC on ................... at ........... hrs in NIC studio at .............


Please revisit this page again and post further developments from time to time.


For guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applciations, please refer to:













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This topic/subject has been discussed many times before on the forum.


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