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mohamed.navas

Hello,

I live in Kamothe, Navi Mumbai. CIDCO supplies water to housing societies there. Till Sep-14, we used to get 24 hours water supply. In the past few months, the water supply has reduced drastically. Housing society office bearers won't reply to us properly when asked about this.

 

I want to know from CIDCO, the quantity of water supplied each month to our building in the last six months. I would also like to know the charges for water supplies, our housing society has paid to CIDCO. For comparison purpose, I would like to get the same information for a neighboring building.

 

I have never filed an RTI query in the past. Please guide me in getting the information required from CIDCO through RTI application.

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Guest CTFORGK

Charges can also be tallied online CIDCO :: Water Charges Page

 

You can file rti also to pio cidco .

Read basic links on homepage of forum like how to file rti.

If problems in drafting rti .ask honourable members of forum to provide draft or post your points and ask for correction.

 

With due regards

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koteswararaonerella

if CIDCO is a public authority , you can file RTI otherwise RTI will not work for private institutions and you need to explore other methods to get your problem solved.

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Ibelow link is rti section link of Cidco.

You file rti let Cidco tell you whether public authority or not.

 

I firmly believe it is .

in short past experience in forum BY LEARNING .

 

RTI::General Administration

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