Please read: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/112682-follow-new-central-rti-rules-strictly-while-submitting-rti-second-appeal-cic.html
Ensure that your second appeal is complete in all respects.
Make 4 copies.
One to the CIC, one to the PIO, one to the FAA and one for yourself.
The proof of...
Just take your RTI application and the first appeal.
You have prayers in the first appeal. Just stick those prayers and insist with the FAA that he must direct the PIO to provide all information.
During the first appeal just concentrate on getting the information - and not for any remedial...
Just file a RTI application with the PIO of that office and ask for the inspection of the entire file(s) related to.............................
(For every correspondence on a subject, a new file is opened or the letter goes into an existing file)
Read the SC judgment carefully.
Then go back to the SIC and ask him to show you where has the SC ordered that penalty cannot be imposed when entertaining a complaint under Sec 18 ?
Cant they even read and interpret a SC judgment properly ? If they cant even do that, how are they writing and...
It is not necessary for you to attend the hearing.
However, your chances of success during first appeal (or any appeal) increase dramatically if you appear in person. I would suggest, please attend and make a strong argument.
In general, if you are not satisfied with the information provided by the CPIO, it is better to file a first appeal. Under RTI, the application is to be filed with CPIO only and he is duty bound to respond to it.
So, someone has to build up a water tight case by categorising and putting a value to all elements and justify "substantially financed or controlled". No one has done that till now.
There is a old thread on the BCCI issue running here:
A good alternative (can be tried by someone) is to not ask for completion of service (ie provision of info) in the Consumer Fora. Just ask for compensation for deficiency of service. DCRDc Karur has given an order available here:
Karur DCRDC compensation on 05 Apr 2013 - Downloads - RTI INDIA-...
Downloads: A new file has been added by karira:
Karur DCRDC compensation on 05 Apr 2013
The Karur DCRDC has granted compensation to an RTI applicant for "deficiency of service". Order is dated 05 April 2013.
Full order is attached to this post.
Please follow the new Central RTI Rules strictly while submitting appeals to the CIC.
They have started following the rules strictly.
If you do not follow the rules, the second appeal is likely to be returned (after a considerable long gap of time) with any of the attached covering notes.
A charitable trust is not directly under RTI.
However, you can get some information about the Trust by filing a RTI with the Charities Commissioner with whom the Trust is registered. It will be the Charities Commissioner of that state.
File a RTI with the PIO of UPSC and ask for certified copies of your evaluated answer sheet.
You can file a RTI application with the PIO of UPSC. Details of PIO will be available on the website of the UPSC, under the "RTI" link. Or simply call UPSC and ask "Who is the PIO in your office under...
Follow the same format as for a second appeal. Only difference will be that you title it as a "Complaint under Sec 18 of the RTI Act 2005".
Do not pray for getting information. Just pray for penalty top be imposed under Sec 20(1) of the RTI Act 2005. Please Read Sec 20 of the RTI Act carefully...