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In order to educate more and more persons in need of use of RTI 2005,

I invite all the intellectuals associated with this site to ponder over following initiatives:

To create an online solution panel of experts with a view to:

1.Review unsuccessful applications of applicants in need and suggest or re_draft the same for fruitful results.

2.Suggest social organizations in the reach of applicants who can raise voice on behalf of applicant.

3.Publish own success stories on the site to encourage people to use RTI.

4.Communicate with Govt. on the vague parts of the act and bring the result in Public for mass benefit.

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Asthana,

 

Welcome to RTI India - Complete Online Community Portal for Right to Information

 

Your suggestions 1, 2 & 3 are already happening as and when a new member raises a query. Please go through various sections of the Forum: RTI India - Complete Online Community Portal for Right to Information - forums

 

Regarding item no. 4, at present we do not have any proposal to make representations to anyone. With the limited resources we have, it is better to concentrate on the Objective of the portal:

 

Our aim is to provide authentic and analytical help regarding Right to Information in India to Officers, Lawyers, Citizens, RTI Activist, Associations, & NGO's. Our strength is in bringing them all at one platform.

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