rti applicant eligibility
whether a non recognised union's member, who is employee of the organisation can ask question on the letter-head of that union signing as representative of the union? whether the applicant to be treated as a citizen under RTI & to be replied?
Last edited by ANAND; 25-03-07 at 05:39 PM.
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It does not matter if it is over Union letter pad or otherwise, it need to be signed by an individual (by name).
You should be aware that every union has got a constitution known as " Rules & Bye-laws". If the representative capacity of the member who is asking for information in union's letter head is specifically defined and authorised in such rules & byelaws, then it is ok. Otherwise, the application may get rejected on grounds of technicality.
If the real intention is to obtain information on behalf of the union, then please ask the secretary to do it. Otherwise any individual can seek the required information in a plain sheet of paper in his capacity as a citizen, or in the union's letter head with the individual's name and signature as suggested by Mr Kushal.
Last edited by ganpat1956; 25-03-07 at 10:02 PM.
anybody who is indian citizen forget about he is bloody what all he/she needs is a locatable postal address and id . nothing else is required man you talking about country and its progress . okay so go ahead . any query and doubts .feel free to mail at [***Live email link deleted*****] Reference: Forum Rules
bye for now - nick
Last edited by Shrawan; 26-03-07 at 10:33 PM.
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