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RTI application seeking information from army.

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karson

Hello sir,

GREETINGS

To start with,a number of years back, a huge bunch of wires consisting mostly telecommunications cable belonging to Army was placed in front of my residence. Initially is was not so much of a bother, but now with new construction happening around, It has really become a daily bother while driving in and out of my residence.

I have posted many letters to post & telegraph, maintenance section regarding the same but without success. I would be very much obliged if someone briefs me as to how to frame RTI to Indian army here in our state and to whom should I addressed my application.

 

Thank You.

 

Karson.

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sharadphadke

Whos land it is? that is owner.

If it is Army land then may be difficult.

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karson

hello sir,

My residence (7 storied building) is along the street, I am the rightful owner of the plot and the street is the State Government's property. The Army guys has pulled a couple of thick cables along the power electrical post, the cable keeps looping down and since the height is low, its become an everyday choir, tightening the cables between two bamboo polls, I have fixed for the support.Lately, its become a source of my mental botheration / harassment. I seriously believe that the work can be done through RTI, therefore I request the forum to help me frame a full proof application.

 

Thank You.

 

Karson.

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taurus

You can make the RTI application to the Area Commander. Please make a draft and post it here for the experts to make suggestions.

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You can make the RTI application to the Area Commander. Please make a draft and post it here for the experts to make suggestions.

 

hello sir,

Do army guys have something similar to our civil RTI set up, can someone elaborate on their set up. Will addressing to the local Area Commander do the trick....??

 

 

Karma Sonam

Sikkim.

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jatin Sharma

Keep your application straight forward. Yes, they have same set up, go to indianarmy.nic.in -RTI section . Capture the image of these wires first because you may get the reply that they never existed!

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