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MANOJ B. PATEL posted a topic in RTI in MediaEach primary health centre (PHC) in Uttar Pradesh caters to a population of over 44,000 persons, much higher than the Indian Public Health Standards norm of 30,000 persons, an RTI query has revealed. In reply to an RTI application filed by activist Urvashi Sharma, Director of UP Medical and Health department informed that there are 3496 PHCs and 773 Community Health Centres (CHCs) in the state.Read more at; 1 primary health centre for every 44,000 persons in UP: RTI | Business Standard News
PRITESHKUMAR posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportHello, nrega yojna, lot of curraption about this scheme in mehsana district of gujarat . Lot of job card is dummy. Payment transfer in bank account of worker s without them information. Villagers are dosent know about this scheme.
Hello, This is in regards to police verification for my passport, I am trying to find the complete SPIO address for SP office Thane Rural police, Maharashtra (Thane Rural Police) so that I can file an RTI for the police verification status. My search to find the address is not going anywhere as the links are not valid on the official sites. Will appreciate if someone can share the complete postal address? Thank you in advance. Nitin
sunisa posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportHello, my father lived in villege after retirement in central govt .he purchased house site from very close few years ago ,they couldnt provide us house extract Dform patta it was stolen already ,we have strong purchase agreement ,but few days back my father died .after that we are trying to increase parapat wall,who stolen patta they are not allowed us to continue to contruct , when my father alive they didnt do like that .Except patta who stolen person they dont have any proofs , now how we go further ,revenue department is it related to solve our problem can any one have help me?
NEW DELHI: Having woven many a success story in cities, the Right to Information Act (RTI), which completes two years of coming in the statute books in October is reaching the rural areas too with villages using its provisions to redress their grievances. Sidhakahna Jot Keshav village in Bahraich district of Uttar Pradesh is one such example. Five inspired residents of the village filed RTI applications and questioned the district administration about the conditions of the village roads and drains. They also raised questions as why there were no allotments under the 'Indira Awaas Yojna'. The administration immediately acted and the construction of the roads and drains began in the village. Since then, 32 villagers have been allotted the houses under the 'Indira Awaas Yojna' and the administration has displayed a list on the village wall, containing the names of the villagers eligible for the allotments under the scheme. RTI activist and Magsaysay award winner Arvind Kejriwal says that the RTI is the way to empowering villages, "The very movement started from the rural Rajasthan. RTI is like a life line to the rural India. The Act has shown a great potential to transform the life of rural society." He however admits that there are some hurdles, "The true potential of RTI is still to be explored, specially in the rural India where villagers find it very cumbersome to file RTI applications. The procedure should be simplified and made people friendly." Kejriwal cites the example of Bihar, "Bihar has set a great example by creating a dedicated phone line for RTI. Where RTI can be filed through a phone call. Even an illiterate villager can file his RTI application by a call." http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/PoliticsNation/RTI_going_rural_/articleshow/2386024.cms