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Our I.T.Jurisdiction is International Taxation- 1(1), Ballard Estate, Mumbai - 38. Kindly tell me where can I submit our RTI Application in hard copy alongwith all the details.

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For the IT department, your assessing officer (either ITO or AC) is the PIO itself.


You can send it to him by Speed post.


Address it as:



The CPIO under the RTI Act 2005

Assessing Officer WARD........

ITO (or AC)



(Complete postal address)


After you send by speed post, track it online and when the tracking shows as "delivered", then take a print out of the delivery status and keep it as proof of the delivery of your RTI.


Alternatively, you can visit that office and submit by hand. In this case, take a acknowledgement (sign/date/stamp) from the inward department.




Please read: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/karira/326-rti.html

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Please refer:


IT Refund:


Income Tax Ombudsman 2006 |

IT Refund:



Assessing Officer of your ward is CPIO under RTI Act.


In addition I would suggest that you lodge a complaint with IT Ombudsman by visiting


Income Tax India PR website

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Welcome to RTI INDIA PORTAL. Thank you for choosing RTI INDIA PORTAL.


Please click the following link and read through the topics:


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Please do not post in to multiple forums or start multiple threads. You need to study links on home page of this website and then start drafting RTI for common problem of specific issues etc. You can post draft RTI application on this portal so that our members can refine it. Thus you will be having working knowledge of RTI over a period of time. Please also visit this website often and peruse queries and replies by our members, which will make you comfortable with RTI.


Dear Member, in addition,


To explore about RTI kindly refer following links


(A) Download RTI Forms

(B) How to Become RTI Activist

© How to file RTI Online

(D) Centre / State RTI Rules and Fees

(E) Case laws of RTI


Regard & Best Wishes.

Manoj B.Patel

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