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Ravi Ahuja

RTI enquiry about myself from LPG service provider

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Ravi Ahuja

Hello,

I intend to seek information about the myself from a particular LPG Gas Provider company, with respect to the following:

1.My full name, as per the records maintained by them

2.The date of subscription to their services

3.The date on which the details with respect to my KYC records were last accessed, edited and modified

4.The name and designated authority who has edited the details in the records of the said Gas agency

5.My query with regards to the above is as follows:

Can this information be barred?

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RAVEENA_O

All these details are available in SV of the connection. If not available, you may file RTI Application with the Oil Company i.e. HP, Indane, Bharat etc giving full details of your connection, ie. consumer number, SV No, name of distributor and address - and seek the information. Central RTI Act and Fee shall be applicable.

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Prasad GLN

The distributor must have given a Voucher, which is a copy of their record, when you have booked for connection. If not produce photo identity and get an authenticated duplicate receipt, which may help you in future also.

Every receipt of refill contains your name as in their record, as particulars filed in application is their data in put for keeping in their system.

Also add another question as No.4,: Please provide a copy of laid down norms/rules and regulations that permit company to edit in subscriber's profile without specific permission.

( I am sorry, I could not understand Query No.5)

A simple format is given and you have to incorporate the queries at proper place.The particulars of CPIO/RTI information is available in Gas company's website.

 

Application dt....seeking information under RTI Act filed

Before CPIO.................Gas Company,.................(search in website) with

RTI Fee: Indian Postal Order No....for Rs.10/-Fvg: Accounts Officer,......Gas, payable at.....(place of CPIO)

Applicant:...........................................(Name and full address)

 

Brief Facts: Subscriber No..........Name...................with .........................Name of Distributor) of..............................(full address.) Code...............(Landline number with STD code of company is the code of distributor)

 

Information solicited: (Please copy and paste after due modifications if required)

 

 

Place

Date...................Applicant.

Please send application with IPO by Regd., post and paste postal receipt on office copy of your application for further appeals if needed)

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karira

Some of the details that you are seeking are already available on the websites of the respective gas company (HPCL, BPCL & IOCL). Please check the website first - using your gas id number - and then file the RTI for only those details which are not available on the website.

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