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  1. ashakantasharma

    RTI Fillings in India - Detailed Explanation

    Right to Information Act 2005 mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. It is an initiative taken by Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions to provide a–RTI Portal Gateway to the citizens for quick search of information on the details of first Appellate Authorities,PIOs etc. amongst others, besides access to RTI related information / disclosures published on the web by various Public Authorities under the government of India as well as the State Governments. Procedure of filing an RTI In India: The necessary requisites of an application filed under the RTI Act are: The aspirant must be the civilian of India. . The request must cover the details of facts and figures required. The proof of payment of application fee should be hemmed in. The address of the aspirant should be accessible for directing a reply. Private particulars excluding those essential for communicating an applicant are not required to be stated. How to file an RTI plea? The Act proposes a simple process to acquire information. Though some public authorities have their own formats, there is no obligation to stick to the prescribed set-up. Classify the constituent part you want information from as some matters fall under the purview of State governments or local authority such as the municipal administration/panchayat, while others are controlled by the Central government. Write the application by hand, or type it, in English, Hindi or the official language of the area. You can also take the assistance of public information officer to put the application in writing. The application must be addressed to the State/Central Public Information Officer. Provide the name of the concerned office from where you wish to seek information, and the complete, exact address. Mention your request in the specified form and state the period/year your application falls into. To obtain documents, the applicant has to make a payment of Rs. 2 per page. Payment of Rs 10 is required to plea the request either by cash, money order, bank draft or a court fee stamp. The application must bear the stamp. Applicants below the poverty line (BPL) are excluded from making any sort of payment provided they attach a copy of the BPL certificate along with the application. Your full name and address, contact details, email address should be mentioned and sign the application properly. Send your application either by post or hand it over in person to the concerned department. The law mandates that information be provided in 30 days. If this does not happen, you can file an appeal. The first appeal should be addressed to ‘The Appellate Authority’ with the name of the department and the address. The appellate authority is mandated to revert in 30 days from the date of receipt of the appeal. If the Appellate authority fails to reply, further appeals lie with the Information Commission, the Chief Information Commissioner, State/Central Information Commission. Pre-requisites: Your name, address, contact telephone number and your email id o Information about Public Information officer, name, address e.t.c. In case you have problems locating your PIO/APIO you can address your RTI application to the PIO, C/o Head of Department and send it to the concerned Public Authority with the requisite application fee. The Head of Department will have to forward your application to the concerned PIO. Do not address your RTI application to the PIO by his name, just in case he gets transferred or a new PIO is designated in his place. Generally, you can deposit your application fee via: • In person by paying cash [remember to take your receipt] • By Post through: • Demand Draft/Bankers Cheque • Indian Postal Order • Money orders (only in some states) • Affixing Court fee Stamp (only in some states) Some state governments have prescribed some head of account. You are required to deposit fee in that account. For that, you can either go to any branch of SBI and deposit cash in that account and attach deposit receipt with your RTI application. Or you can also send a postal order or a DD drawn in favour of that account along with your RTI application. Please see respective state rules for complete details Application Guidelines. While filing an RTI application, the framing of the questions is very important. A slight misunderstanding or vague questions gives the PIO a chance to reject your application. Follow these guidelines: • Use a white sheet of paper to write an application. There is no need to using Note-sheet, or the Court stamp paper. You can use your letter pad for asking for information. • The matter can be hand written, or typed. There is no compulsion of typing the content. • Make sure the application is legible and easy to read. • There is no restriction on number of pages for asking information. • There are also no restriction on number of questions that can be asked in one application. However, it is generally advisable to ask restrict one application with limited set of questions and generally related ones. • Be very specific & ask to the point questions. Don't ask vague questions. • Ask as many short questions as you like, but don't ask for voluminous information. • Ask information always by writing your name and signature, and not by your post, as only citizen have the right to information. • Do not ask a question containing 'WHY'! For example, questions like why you failed to pass the bill, is liable to be rejected for not covering under RTI Act. • You can ask for reasons behind a "administrative" or a "quasi-judicial" decision under Section 4(1)(d), especially if you are a "affected person" • If the information sought is voluminous, it is better to ask it in the form of CD to save on cost. • Remember that, you do not need to write the reason for asking the information. • Mention the payment details like BC/DD/IPO number, issuing bank/post office, date, cash receipt details , etc., towards the end of your application. Procedure to file RTI Online: At Online RTI, lawyers hired are specialists at handing out RTIs, so you don’t have to fear about it. Basically just click on your problem, submit your application, and consider your case at the top of the government’s row. How to submit an RTI application ? You will need a proof, that your RTI application has been received by the PIO. The tested methods to submit a RTI application are: • Personally, by hand: Please ensure that you get your copy of the application and proof of payment duly stamped, signed and dated, either by the PIO or by the inward department • Registered Post AD: The AD card will act as proof of submission, after it is returned to you by the postal department. In case the AD card does not come back with a proper stamp, signature and date of receipt, follow up with the dispatching post office to get the AD card completed • Speed Post (A postal department service): Once the application is sent by Speed Post, track it on http://www.indiapost.gov.in/Speednew/track.aspx and keep a print out of the delivery status carefully with you Do not use ordinary post, private courier companies, etc. since these will not provide you with a confirmed proof of delivery. What is the time limit under which information can be obtained under RTI act ? Various time limit has been prescribed under which the information can be obtained under Right to Information Act. These time limits are prescribed by the Act itself, and failing which an RTI Applicant can approach appropriate authorities for relief. Following are the various time limits specified in the RTI Act 2005 For matters involving "Life and Liberty", the time limit for the PIO to provide information is 48 Hours. For PIO to reply to application 30 days from date of receipt of application . For PIO to transfer to another PA under Sec 6(3) 5 days from date of receipt of application . For PIO to issue notice to 3rd Party 5 days from date of receipt of application & For 3rd Party to make a representation to PIO 10 days from receipt of notice from PIO. For PIO to reply to application if 3rd Party involved 40 days from date of receipt of application. For applicant to make First Appeal 30 days from date of receipt of PIO’s reply or from date when reply was to be received. For First Appellate Authority to pass an order 30 days from receipt of First Appeal OR Maximum 45 days, if reasons for delay are given in writing For applicant to make Second Appeal before CIC/SIC 90 days from receipt of First Appeal orders or from the date when orders were to be received For CIC/SIC to decide Second Appeal No time limit specified • 3rd Party can be anyone other than the citizen applying for information Certain Guidelines: Only fresh application can filed online. The aspirant is required to mention the necessary details, by clicking on “Submit Request”. Once the form is duly filled then next comes the making prescribed payment either through debit/credit cards of Master/Visa or using RuPay card. Once payment is made application can be submitted. On successfully submission of an application, a unique registration number would be issued, to the applicant for future references. For the first appeal to the first Appellate Authority, the applicant is required to click at “Submit First Appeal” and then fill up the page that will appear. For first appeal no payment to be made. The applicant should provide his/her mobile number in order to receive SMS alert. Applicants can view the status of their first appeal by clicking at “View Status”. This is the link for the same. https://rtionline.gov.in/ Conclusion: When it comes to RTI, there are ombudsmen on numerous points to safeguard the Act is tailed in letter and spirit. The Act has hired a ‘perform or perish’ approach, also setting up a instrument to give out information. Every government organization is needed to appoint one employee as a public information officer (PIO). Once a department gets an RTI request, it is the duty of the PIO to supply the information to the candidate within 30 days. Dying to do so means, a monetary fine can be imposed on the PIO. The longer a PIO makes an applicant wait, the more the fine imposed on him/her. There have been instances where PIOs have been asked to cough up amount in thousands of rupees as fine. Every state has an Information Commission, consist of a Chief Information Commissioner and a few information commissioners. Previous judges, IAS, IPS field marshal of perfect record are appointed to these positions by the government. Above them in the chain of command is the Central Information Commission and below them are first and second appellate authorities to see to it that an applicant does get the information he/she has requested. https://lawnn.com/right-to-information-act-all-you-need-know-about-rti-laws-india/ http://www.fuccha.in/things-you-should-know-about-rti-right-to-information
  2. ashakantasharma

    RTI Fillings in India

    Procedure of filing an RTI In India: The necessary requisites of an application filed under the RTI Act are: The aspirant must be the civilian of India. . The request must cover the details of facts and figures required. The proof of payment of application fee should be hemmed in. The address of the aspirant should be accessible for directing a reply. Private particulars excluding those essential for communicating an applicant are not required to be stated. How to file an RTI plea? The Act proposes a simple process to acquire information. Though some public authorities have their own formats, there is no obligation to stick to the prescribed set-up. Classify the constituent part you want information from as some matters fall under the purview of State governments or local authority such as the municipal administration/panchayat, while others are controlled by the Central government. Write the application by hand, or type it, in English, Hindi or the official language of the area. You can also take the assistance of public information officer to put the application in writing. The application must be addressed to the State/Central Public Information Officer. Provide the name of the concerned office from where you wish to seek information, and the complete, exact address. Mention your request in the specified form and state the period/year your application falls into. To obtain documents, the applicant has to make a payment of Rs. 2 per page. Payment of Rs 10 is required to plea the request either by cash, money order, bank draft or a court fee stamp. The application must bear the stamp. Applicants below the poverty line (BPL) are excluded from making any sort of payment provided they attach a copy of the BPL certificate along with the application. Your full name and address, contact details, email address should be mentioned and sign the application properly. Send your application either by post or hand it over in person to the concerned department. The law mandates that information be provided in 30 days. If this does not happen, you can file an appeal. The first appeal should be addressed to ‘The Appellate Authority’ with the name of the department and the address. The appellate authority is mandated to revert in 30 days from the date of receipt of the appeal. If the Appellate authority fails to reply, further appeals lie with the Information Commission, the Chief Information Commissioner, State/Central Information Commission. Procedure to file RTI Online: At Online RTI, lawyers hired are specialists at handing out RTIs, so you don’t have to fear about it. Basically just click on your problem, submit your application, and consider your case at the top of the government’s row. Certain Guidelines: Only fresh application can filed online. The aspirant is required to mention the necessary details, by clicking on “Submit Request”. Once the form is duly filled then next comes the making prescribed payment either through debit/credit cards of Master/Visa or using RuPay card. Once payment is made application can be submitted. On successfully submission of an application, a unique registration number would be issued, to the applicant for future references. For the first appeal to the first Appellate Authority, the applicant is required to click at “Submit First Appeal” and then fill up the page that will appear. For first appeal no payment to be made. The applicant should provide his/her mobile number in order to receive SMS alert. Applicants can view the status of their first appeal by clicking at “View Status”. This is the link for the same. https://rtionline.gov.in/ Conclusion: When it comes to RTI, there are ombudsmen on numerous points to safeguard the Act is tailed in letter and spirit. The Act has hired a ‘perform or perish’ approach, also setting up a instrument to give out information. Every government organization is needed to appoint one employee as a public information officer (PIO). Once a department gets an RTI request, it is the duty of the PIO to supply the information to the candidate within 30 days. Dying to do so means, a monetary fine can be imposed on the PIO. The longer a PIO makes an applicant wait, the more the fine imposed on him/her. There have been instances where PIOs have been asked to cough up amount in thousands of rupees as fine. Every state has an Information Commission, consist of a Chief Information Commissioner and a few information commissioners. Previous judges, IAS, IPS field marshal of perfect record are appointed to these positions by the government. Above them in the chain of command is the Central Information Commission and below them are first and second appellate authorities to see to it that an applicant does get the information he/she has requested. https://lawnn.com/right-to-information-act-all-you-need-know-about-rti-laws-india/
  3. In Tamilnadu Wearing Helmet has been made compulsory only from 1.7.2015.But when i was riding my bike without helmet on 30.6.2015, the inspector of police of my area stopped me and imposed a fine of rs 100/- for not wearing helmet. He gave me a police notice which states that i have been found violating the law by not wearing helmet on 30.6.2015 at 7.40 pm and after paying the penalty i have been issued a cash receipt.i feel that this is against the law and against my rights and i want to know on which basis he imposed me a fine.what i have to do?
  4. Passport officer rejects husband's RTI application and HC says the officer is justified Pawan Chandra, 43, filed an application under the RTI Act seeking certain information relating to the passport issued to his wife by the Regional Passport Officer. The officer informed him that the info cannot be furnished. Such information is not liable to be disclosed in view of the provision of Section 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act which prohibits it, he was told by the High Court of Karnataka. Read more at; No personal details even if she is your wife, rules High Court - Bangalore Mirror
  5. snehaswapnem

    Permit rules

    Sir I Muhammed sabith, a auto driver at cherpulassery panchayath, I have cherpulassery permit, but have no stand number,so the authorities never allow to stand my vehicle without stand number, can I park my vehicle without stand number..?
  6. Demands made by Ajmal Kasab when he was in jail, his letter to his mother, and documents relating to the last few days before the terrorist was hanged, will be out of bounds under the Right to Information (RTI) Act for now. Read at: Ajmal Kasab's letter to mother out of bounds under RTI, rules info panel | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis
  7. Documents availed by Cobrapost under RTI by activist Vivek Garg revealed that in at least two specific cases, the government bent the rules to help the private sector. This was done despite concerns raised by bureaucrats in various ministries. Read at: Golden Quadrilateral highway project: UPA govt bent rules to help private sector - The Times of India
  8. JAMMU, May 21: Over six years after the enactment of Right to Information Act by the State Legislature, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has framed the rules to enforce transparency law in effective manner and ensure that applications of the information seekers don’t remain un-disposed for quite long time and issue of multiple applications is redressed. The J&K Right to Information Act was enacted by the State Legislature in the year 2009 and it received the nod of Governor on March 20, 2009. The objective behind enactment of this legislation was to set out the regime of Right to Information for the people of the State to secure access to information and to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority. Read at: Over 6 yrs after RTI Act enactment, HC frames rules to enforce transparency law
  9. sharad pansari

    rti rules in 2009

    Hello, i don't no what is the rules 2009/3 so please defined this
  10. There is provision under Section-18 of the RTI Act, for making complaint (a) if the PIO has refused to accept his or her application for information or appeal under this Act for forwarding the same to the Central Public Information Officer or State Public Information Officer or senior officer specified in sub- section (1) of section 19 or the Central Information Commission or the State Information Commission, as the case may be; (b) if the applicant has been refused access to any information requested under RTI Act; if the applicant has not been given a response to a request for information or access to information within the time limit specified under RTI Act; if the applicant has been required to pay an amount of fee which he or she considers unreasonable; if the applicant believes that he or she has been given incomplete, misleading or false information under this Act; and in respect of any other matter relating to requesting or obtaining access to records under this Act. You can make compliant to the Central Information Commission, if the public authority is of Central Government, or to the State Information Commission, if the public authority is of State Government.
  11. JAMMU, Apr 17: Despite misuse of the Right to Information Act to pursue hidden agenda, the State Government has adopted contemptuous approach towards High Court’s directions for revisiting of existing Rules of the Act during the past nearly eight months. Now, feeling handicapped in taking action on frivolous applications, the State Information Commission has made a fervent appeal to the State Government to have a serious look on the issue so that legislation doesn’t become a tool for putting unwarranted pressure on the public authorities.The Division Bench of State High Court comprising Justice Virender Singh and Justice Janak Raj Kotwal, in a Public Interest Litigation titled B R Manhas Versus State of J&K and Others, had directed the State Government to repeal the existing RTI Rules and frame fresh ones to make various provisions of the Act workable and achieve the very purpose envisaged in enacting of the legislation.Read at: Govt adopts contemptuous attitude towards HC’s directions for revisiting RTI Rules
  12. Hello, sir, reliance share broker office RTI ke under aata hai ya nahi plz give me rply
  13. hardik satija

    Regarding traffic rules

    Sir I was not having my documents while driving my car...the only thing which I was having was my driving license...which they seized and told me to show the original documents in police my line....to get back my license....so tell me sir what will be my penalty.....
  14. gautam umraliya

    Rules about rti to munisipality

    How get information for local work by government in my city?
  15. Hello, Is A T-Permit vehicle allowed to park his vehicle in the society compound which is creating a nuisance to all society members
  16. Hello, Wanted to know if a Privately Owner T-Permit vehicle is allowed to Park inside the Premises of a Society or is the vehicle supposed to Park outside
  17. Hello, Sir/Madam i want the information regarding the benefit of free education to children who were born on 26th January and 15th August
  18. SACHIN KRISHNAKUMAR KULKAR

    rules and regulations about monthly pass?

    Hello,i am staying within 5km.periphery near katai toll naka.I travel daily.Atleast 3 trips.So monthly pass will do or i have to pay any extra charge?l
  19. MANOJ B. PATEL

    RTI activist meets NAAC team

    RTI activist meets NAAC team, complains of PU's disregard for rules HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | Updated: Mar 05, 2015 07:37 City-based RTI activist RK Singla met the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) team to appraise them about alleged irregularities in the Panjab University. During the meeting, RK Singla alleged that promotions and recruitments are being made in a violation of norms, especially University Grants Commission (UGC) regulations on calculating academic performance indicator (API) score which have become effective with effective from July 14, 2013, without any relation/exemption of any kind. RK Singla also maintained that PhD degrees awarded after 2009 by Indian Universities are valid only if they are awarded in compliance with UGC Regulations, 2009. However, PU has dispensed with these regulations and has been awarding PhD Degrees. Regarding the violation of UGC regulations on affiliation of colleges, the issue was highlighted in view of the appointment and continuance of unapproved teachers whose PhD degrees were obtained from CMJ University, Shillong stands null and void because the government of Meghalaya has dissolved the university after declaring all its degrees illegal. He said that the members assured him to take up the matter with the vice-chancellor of Punjab University.
  20. The Uttar Pradesh Govt. has released draft RTI Rules covering RTI applications, appeals and complaints. They are attached to this post. UP Draft RTI Rules 2015.pdf
  21. gondshailesh

    Traffic Rules

    Hello, sir. my question is that if ihave been caught by traffic police purposely and allmy documents are clearbut is not currently with me. than what is rules saaid about that.
  22. gautambhati

    hra rules

    Sir/Madam, I am a central govt employee and staying in a state govt. accommodation in Gujarat. DDO is deducting a state govt. rent and HRA both separately. Whether this is correct. in effect i am paying 23% of my basic. Kindly guide me
  23. Hello, Is there any guidelines for selection of land/site for setting up a petrol pump ? Where do I get these ? I tried searching the OIL PSU website with no success. Is it decided by the local corporation ?
  24. Hello, I AM PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEE IN RAJSTHAN SUFFERING FROM BONE BREAKING (FRACTURE) SO PL TELL ME WHAT IS PROVISION TO TAKE MEDICAL LEAVES AND WHAT IS LIMIT
  25. The Karnataka Information Commission has issued a show-cause notice to Bengaluru South Tahsildar Dr Dayanand for not providing information sought by an applicant under the Right to Information (RTI) Act. Information Commissioner T Rama Naik slapped the show-cause notice on the tahsildar, asking him why disciplinary action should not be taken against him for denying information to an RTI applicant, P Kalidas Reddy. The KIC also imposed a fine of Rs 20,000 on the tahsildar for non-compliance with the rules under RTI Act. Read at: B'luru South tahsildar fined for not complying with RTI rules
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