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the new rule for paternity leave for adoptive fathers has been released by DOP&T in 2009, however said rule has not been adopted by the MOD -- how do i frame the RTI for

---who has taken the decision not to allow paternity lve on adoption

---any other info i should ask for??

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Dear Jaminder


First file a RTI application with PIO of DOPT for copy of rules and file another RTI application with PIO of your department for details of officer assigned to ensure compliance of such instructions by DOPT and what action can be taken against the officer fails to ensure the compliance.


For detailed information on how to draft & file an RTI application, please see the All About RTI links on the homepage & RTI Guide section of the portal.



How to make RTI application effective (by JPS Sir) : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/93-how-make-rti-application-effective.html


If you have any further doubts, please post them here and our members will be pleased to guide you further.



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govt has announced paternity lve for adoptive parents.

i have adopted a child however pat lve was refused on grounds that no such notification has been issued by AG Branch at Army HQ in line with DOPT/GOI orders.

i wrote to AG branch who have simply replied that pat lve is not entitled to service personnel.

how do i make use of RTI in this case to resolve that i get pat lve?

even if i do not get the pat lve at least others would be benefited.

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Merged the new post today with the earlier thread started by the poster on the same subject.




Please do not start new threads on the same subject. Continue the discussions on the same subject only in the same thread. This will make the forum easy to refer to and also for use.

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