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Prasad GLN

@gangadharappa :

Sir

Any citizen who desire information available in the form of physical material on record with custody of public authority has to seek information from Public Information of that Public Authority .

1.Search website and find the format of application.

2.Learn the prescribed RTI fee and mode of remitting the same to Public authority (Rs.10.-)

3.Send application  with fees that Public Information Officer in Registered post.  Paste that postal receipt to your copy of application.

4.Track delivery status of your envelope to PIO (optional)

5.If you fail to receive the information within 35 days from date of posting of your application, or if you are not satisfied with that public information you can go for First  appeal to higher official to PIO designated as  First Appellate Authority.

6.Download RTI Act available for free in any website preferably in your mother tongue and get one A4 copy with sec.2,5,6,8,9,10, 17,18,19 and 20 , at one section each day.  Within 10 days you can become a master and can guide others.

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