Re: fees for appeal/subsequent querry,P.O. rejected
If the info provided by the PIO is not satisfactory, then the next step is only First appeal for which there are no fees. Any subsequent query, if in the form of another RTI application, then the applicant needs to pay the fees.
From the second part of your query, it is not clear in whose favour you have made the Postal Order. Precisely to overcome this difficulty, we have suggested several times in this forum to send only a blank postal order, requesting the PIO to fill up the correct name of the payee before encashing it.
I advise all new comers to the field of RTI to get themselves familiar with our FAQ section and also with the thread : How to write an RTI Application?, before they make one.
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