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Greetings Everyone - I am Devin Chopra

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My name is Devin Chopra and I am a new member on this forum.


I along with many concerned residents of my Co-operative Housing Society [CHS] are trying to find advice on how to deal with the Chairman of out society - that is the reason I have joined this forum, to seek advice.


I hope I will find what I am looking for!

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Welcome to RTI forum Devin. Hope you will find very useful information to deal with corruption of Society and also on other matters. Please navigate through the site to gasp the wealth of information this site has.


In case of any doubt, please post a topic in the relevant forum and our senior member will be happy to discuss and guide you.

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Sunil Ahya

Hi Devin,


RTI is a great tool to expose corruption in a Co-operative Hsg. Sty.


Co-operative Sty's are covered under the RTI act, but indirectly through Registrar Co-op. Sty's.


You will have to file your RTI applications to the Deputy Registrar Co-op Sty's, he in turn will forward your application to the Chairman/Secretary of your society, get the required information from them and then provide the same to you.


The following address and tel no. may be useful to you:


Address: Deputy Registrar Co-operative Society, Mira-Bhayander Circle,

2nd Floor, Vardhavat Mension, Shivaji Path, Thane -West.


Tel No: 25331486 - Deputy district registrar.


Also go through the link http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/6890-cooperative-housing-society.html and navigate to post no.# 3 and post no.# 4.


Please find attached herewith RTI application form valid for Maharahstra.


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