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lahratla

Hi, I got this website while googling for "TDS Refund" and I am pleased with the wealth of information in this website. This is indeed a real noble work and I am sure is helping a lot of people to fight against the Govt. inefficiencies through Govt. provided ways.

 

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Welcome to the portal. Pl visit ALL ABOUT RTI and SUCCESS STORIES on home page. Your half an hour daily-15 hours a month for RTI will make huge difference in the way we are governed and treated by govt offices. In democracy numbers matter. Let law abiding citizens unite for REAL SWARAJ THROUGH RTI.

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Welcome to the portal and many thanks for your encouraging words.

 

For your IT refund, please follow the link at the end of this post.

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GM VISHNU

Hello Mr.Lalhruaitluanga

 

Wel Come to RTI INDIA PORTAL

 

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All the best

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lahratla

thanks all of u for welcoming me

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