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Should we ask "If...yes...then" questions?


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Many times in an RTI application, the first question I get in mind is that whether the authority contains that particular information or not. So after asking that first question, the second question automatically comes in relation to the first one that if the first's answer is yes, then provide documents or list about that information.

Here, should we ask first yes/no question or should we ask directly to provide information regarding a particular information?

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Prasad GLN

Seek entire information as you wish, let PIO reply, then you can construct First appeal suitably.  Seeking information is a right and one should provide that information as is available in material form.  I have seen many such positive replies from PIO.

 

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