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RTI reply - registerd post - RAPD

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user9999

hi

 

can we ask the PIO to send the RTI reply in a registered post, in the RTI request.?

 

most of the RTI replies i receive just gets dropped in the mail box without handing over to me and asking for my presence or signature. there are good chances i might lose it especially the mail box is full.

 

please advise

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karira

It is upto the PIO to decide how he should send the information to you.

 

If you do not receive the information sought within the prescribed time of 30 days (add another 5 to 10 days for postal delay),

then you can always file first appeal for "deemed denial" of information.

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Prasad GLN

One can only request. Now Government offices are not having enough staff to send those through Class IV employees for registering it in post office, and even if it is sent, he may not return back for that half day work.

Enclose self addressed envelope with due postage and take a chance.

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