Re: Co-operative housing society bandra mumbai
Ketan's analysis is correct, at the moment Co-operative Societies are directly not covered under the RTI Act, due to various High Court Judgments, but Registrar of Co-operative Societies are directly covered under the RTI Act.
You may write an ordinary complain letter addressed to the Deputy Registrar, Co-operative Society and then after 7 days file a RTI application seeking a certified copy of the Action Taken Report of your complain dated XXXX
For drafting RTI you may please go through this link http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/...ding-govt.html
For suburbs in Mumbai, the office earlier used to be in Malhotra House, but recently it has been shifted to Wadala.
Mumbai city is divided into 24 wards, please find out the ward applicable to your society, for example my society is in Kandivali (E) and so the ward applicable to my society is R Ward.
Following is the address for the Mumbai suburbs, but you may confirm whether you ward falls under the jurisdiction of this office:
For Mumbai Suburb:
Deputy Registrar’s Office,(PIO)
XXXX(Your ward) – Ward,
315, A/1 Building,
3rd Floor,Truck Terminal,
Near R.T.O. Office,Wadala (E),
Mumbai -400 037.
Tel: (022) - 2299 7002 / 3
For Mumbai City:
Deputy Registrar's Office(PIO)
6th Floor, Opp GPO,
Fort, Mumbai - 400001
Teli: (022)-22691094, 22618471
Deputy Registrar's Office(PIO),
Thane - 400 601.
Tel: (022) - 2533 1486
Last edited by Sunil Ahya; 20-03-10 at 03:48 PM.
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