A citizen can ask government officials reasons for delay in government services requested for.
It is mandatory to send RTI to the right public information officer. PIO of MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS is given below ...
To whom RTI fees should be paid is game deciding factor of RTI application. You have to pay RTI fee by DD/IPO/Cash to the correct person. Pay RTI of MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS to ...
It is necessary to send RTI to the right address. Addres to send RTI application of MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS is given below ...
It is mandatory to send RTI to the right public information officer. PIO list of Delhi is given below ...
DELHI is one of the states of union of india. In this state of Delhi there are numerous issues that media is hiding and people are eager to know them. Health sanitation problems, Road and transport issues. Despite government's assurances and efforts electricity outages is a common issue here. State transport service is average. Road connectivity of rural areas to urban areas is yet to be accomplished. Government RTI fee in Delhi is just rs 10, by way of cash against proper receipt/ipo/ dd/ (court fee stamp), payable to the pio or the officer so appointed by the govt. To collect RTI fees. Time limits for RTI application and first appeal is 30 days from the date of receipt of RTI application in the concerned office. In some cases it is 45 days if the pio has taken help of other officials. In case no reply is received within 30 days from the date of filing RTI, one can go for first appeal, before the official higher in rank of the pio concerned. In case no reply/decision is given by the first appellate authority on can approach information commission of Delhi with second appeal.
Mode Of RTI Fee for Delhi : India Postal Order
Goverment RTI Fee for Delhi : INR 10 /-
RTI Fee Payable to : The public information officer
First Appeal Payable to : The first appellate authority
Second Appeal fee payable to : The secretary state information commission
As per the Right to Information Act, 2005 it is mandatory on the part of Public Information Officer either to provide the information or reject the request for any of the reasons specified by the RTI Act within 30 days of receipt of the request. However, information concerning life and liberty of a person has to be provided within forty-eight hours of the receipt of RTI request.
If an RTI is filed with the public authority (PIO/APIO), it is possible that the required answers are not obtained on the first time, and in some cases, information is not received at all. In such cases, First appeal is to be filed to receive the required information to the satisfaction of the citizen .
As per the RTI Act, an appeal shall be disposed off within 30 days on the receipt of the appeal by the First Appellate Authority or within such extended period not exceeding a total of 45 days from the date of filing thereof, as the case may be, for reasons to be recorded in writing.
Anybody who is unhappy or dissatisfied with the decision of the First Appellate Authority can file Second Appeal to the Information Commission at the Centre or respective States. You need to send your appeal to the relevant Information Commission in writing.
An appeal to the Central/ State Information Commission is required to be filed as per Section 19 (3) of the RTI Act against the decision of First Appellate Authority and, therefore, can be filed only after the decision of FAA or after stipulated time limit(45 days) for such decision by FAA has elapsed, as per provisions under Section 19(3) of the RTI Act.
The Act, however, does not prescribe time limit or target for disposal of 2nd appeal/complaint by the Central/ State Information Commission. Appeals/Complaints in the information commissions are disposed off as per the convenience of them.
1 ) Who is the Public Information officer ( PIO ) of MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ?
Ans.) " UNDER SECRETARY (RTI), " is the PIO/APIO/CPIO of MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS .
2 ) To whom RTI fees should be paid for MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ?
Ans.) RTI fee for MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS should be paid to PAO, MEA, NEW DELHI." .
3 ) Where to send RTI application for MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ?
Ans.) RTI Application form for MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS should be sent to TO THE CPIO UNDER SECRETARY (RTI), MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ROOM NO. 2021, ‘A’ WING, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU BHAWAN, 23-D, JANPATH, NEW DELHI - 110011. .
4 ) How much does it cost to file an RTI?
Ans.) RTI Fees in DELHI is just INR 10 /- .
5 ) What is Mode Of RTI Fee for DELHI ?
Ans.) You can pay RTI Fee for DELHI in the form of Indian Postal Order .
6 ) How to File RTI in MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS , DELHI ?
Ans.) Write a formal application may be typed or neatly hand-written , wherein mention atop " Application under RTI act 2005". Write the name of the PIO/APIO/CPIO & office from which you seek information, and the complete, correct address as " TO THE CPIO UNDER SECRETARY (RTI), MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ROOM NO. 2021, ‘A’ WING, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU BHAWAN, 23-D, JANPATH, NEW DELHI - 110011. " . State your request in the form of specific, detailed questions. Ask for documents or extracts of documents, if required. To obtain documents, the applicant has to make a payment of Rs. 2 per page . Attach Government RTI Fee in the form of IPO/DD/MO etc as applicable with the RTI Application. Provide your full name and address, contact details, email address and sign the application clearly. Put in the date and the name of your town. RTI Application Form for MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS