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onali adamali morbiwala

Hello,

have you clear the file of plot no.180/186. dadajanjee bldg. redevolpment project nesbit road, opp.mazgaon court mazgaon mumbai 10

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You have to file RTI Application as per Maharashtra rules in Format with RTI Fee of Rs.10/- in Adhesive Court fee stamp and seek information from PIO of concerned Fire dept. in following ,anner.

 

Brief Facts:Clearing the file of plot no.180/186. dadajanjee bldg. redevolpment project nesbit road, opp.mazgaon court mazgaon mumbai 10-- Filed on...............

 

Information solicited.

1)Please provide reasons for inordinate delay in disposal of the matter.

2.Please inform the present status.

3.Please provide the Name of Official, designation and Mobile No...of concerned officer with whom the file is pending for long and can be contacted for knowing the exact reasons.

4.Please inform time frame fixed as per Citizen charter for clearance of such proposals.

5.Please inform probable date by which the file can be cleared.

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