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ON MY RTI BSA INFORMED ME >>>>>june 2013 me UP me karaye gaye household survey (school chalo abhiyan) ke evaz me basic education dept up teachers ko earned leave dega kyonki yeh kam summer vacation me kiya gaya tha.

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Dear member, congratulation for this RTI related success.

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