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Please draft this RTI for me - Expert advice needed

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shrivar1212

HI,

I had filed a complaint with Dy. Registrar for gross violations in our society, even the redevelopment was carried out by blatantly ignoring Govt. Directives. In my letter I had exposed various deficiencies in the working of the society, and demanded inquiry under section 83 but no action was taken by Dy. Registrar. The complaint was filed on January 11, 2019. No Response till date.

On 26th Feb, I escalated the matter to District Deputy Registrar, and filed the complaint who on March 7 issued an order directing Dy. Registrar of co-op societies to conduct an inquiry under section 83, but till date nothing has been done. I have copy of the order.

I want to file an RTI in the office of District Deputy Registrar seeking information on the action taken on order issued by them to Dy. Registrar, I want to draft the application in most effective manner and probably in strong legal words.

 

I want to seek following information:

Status of the order dated ________ reference no _______ issued by them.

The procedure/file noting/officer responsible to oversee the implementation of the order issued by District Dy. Registrar

The procedure in District Dy. Registrar's office after issuing the order to Dy. Registrar to take action.

If no such procedure is laid down to implement the said order, then guidelines/directions for implementation of the same.

whether follow up is required from District Dy. Registrar's office after issuing the order, if YES, what is procedure for follow up? If NO reasons for lack of procedure

Timeframe for Dy Registrar to take action on order

Can you please help me draft the RTI on above points in clear and concise manner so that it won't be rejected on flimsy grounds.
 

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Prasad GLN

Your drafting is good and even an expert can not suggest better points.  Just mention the subject matter with more clarity in one sentence.  Complaint dt........................from......................against dy. Registrar, orders Ref....................No....................Implementation status.  The queries are more than enough.  Congratulations for perseverance in focussing on many issues as required in RTI.

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shrivar1212

Dear Mr. Prasad GLN,

Thank You so much sir, for your encouraging words. 

You are really doing a good job through this site. 

 

 

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