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run4rajnish

Hello Sir,

 

I put an inquiry on Month November 2014 regarding health facility in my village but till date i did not get any information regarding the same.

my application no is BR201420434

 

Kindly revert

Thanks

Rajnish

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Prasad GLN

If you have filed RTI Application and failed to receive information within 35 days after registration of your application on line, the second step is filing of First Appeal to an officer superior to that SPIO, stating grounds for first Appeal as "deemed denial of information: as SPIO has neither provided information nor denied information stating any section for exemption and justification within 30 days after receiving application as stipulated under RTI Act"

The prayer for first appeal is important and you have to pray for providing of information as expeditiously as possible, and providing information free of cost.

When a procedure has been laid down, we can only follow laid down norms under RTI Act.

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Sunil Ahya

It seems that you had filed a RTI application in the month of November, 2014 and as such six months have elapsed from the date of your having filed the RTI.

 

As per the provisions of the RTI Act, if you did not receive any response within 30 days of the filing your RTI, you were supposed to have filed a first appeal within next 30 days for deemed denial of information (i.e. 60 days from the date of receipt of your RTI by a PIO).

 

Now your RTI is time barred and the only way forward is to file a first appeal by seeking condonation of delay from the concerned First Appellate Authority.

 

Alternately it would be better if you file the same RTI application afresh (i.e. once again) and this time around follow the time limits prescribed under the RTI Act for filing a first appeal before the First Appellate Authority and likewise a second appeal before the concerned Information Commission.

 

Please refer to the following links:

 

RTI Act offers three levels to obtain a required information.

 

Flow of a RTI application, once having been filed.

 

Time limits under which I will get the information.

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Prasad GLN

If you wish to file RTI Application afresh, do it in traditional method of posting hard copy by Registered post/speed post and track the delivery status through indiapost, so that you can monitor filing of further appeal as per time frame fixed and also file first appeal if you fail to receive any information within 40 days after the date of posting of your application.

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