ravidurairaj, 1. unsigned statement in reply to RTI application is not worth the paper it is written on. 2. generally a PIO is supposed to give information available and 'held' byhim. if it is not there, he cannot very well give it, is it not? but of course, when you receive such reply, you have to make sure that the PIO is not trying to evade his duty. if you have any suspicions, go for first appeal against such decision of the PIO.
2. It depends on what all information you asked for and in what form/format ?
Can you please elaborate a little bit so that members can guide you.
At the outset, thanking you for ur prompt reply. Regarding ur reply, kindly clarify the following aspects:
1. Regarding unsigned statements/letters, though the covering letter is signed by the PIO, the supporting documents attached as annexures to the reply are unsigned. Hence whether these would constitute as evidence in a court of law in the future?
2. I had asked for a list of employees who have been given adhoc promotions. However, instead i was given copies of office orders of a selected few.