Filing an RTI Application

Filing an RTI Application

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About RTI

The Government, as per the RTI 2005, is liable to provide any information demanded by a citizen. If the government authority from which information is demanded fails to do so, the government authority will be penalized. However, if your matter relates to the departments which are related to the Centre, then the RTI must be filed with the central government.

The first step to file an RTI with a department of the central government would be to identify from which department the information must be obtained. The next step would be writing the RTI application in the prescribed format. This format isn’t mandatory and the application can be submitted on a plain paper as well. The application has a chance of rejection if you ask more than one questions in a single RTI Application.

There is a certain amount charged for each RTI filed. Thus, an application fee of ?10 must be attached in the form of Indian Postal Order. Once all the aforementioned steps are completed, the RTI application must be sent via speed post/registered post. If there is no reply within 30 days of sending the application, one can approach the central information commission. 

Documents Required

  • Self Attested PAN Card copy
  • Self Attested copy of any one of the Identity Proof(Voter's ID/Passport/Driver's License)
  • Self Attested copy of Address Proof in the name of director (Any utility bill i.e., mobile bill/water bill/ electricity bill, or bank statement which should not be older than two months)
  • Passport-sized photograph
  • Rent Agreement (Notarised: For rented property)
  • Sale Deed/Property Deed in English (in case of owned property)
  • No-objection Certificate from property owner
  • Latest Electricity Bill / Mobile or Telephone Bill / Latest Bank Statement/Gas Bill

RTI Process

Obtaining DSC & DIN

Name Approval

Drafting MOA And AOA

Company Registration

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