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raje2105

tree trimming in Mumbai

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raje2105

Hello,

Whom to approach for tree trimming in Churchgate area in Mumbai?

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear Member, your query does not relate to RTI Act to which this portal is dedicated. This portal is dedicated in guiding citizen in seeking information from Public authorities under RTI Act.

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karira

@Sunil Ahya & @G\.L\.N\. Prasad

 

Please give a RTI solution to thread starter or else I have to move the thread and close it.

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jj99

in many cases as per tree act applicable in maharashtra one can complain to police , BMC and state govt ministry of environment and forests in mantralaya

 

tree act is attached here

138026066011D A 01 15 Urban Areas Act 1975.pdf

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karira

Since no member has been able to give any RTI related solution in more than 24 hours this thread is closed.

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