RTI Application for Municipal Corporation
Filing RTI Online is now trending today’s, as we feel in work within our best comfort. you can file RTI to all Public Authorities, like Ministries/Departments and some other Public Authorities of Central and State Government.
There are various cases relating to the issues of society in daily life. Most of the Civilians are Unaware of their Rights, hence, they must be educated regarding the same, and they can exercise their Rights through online RTI.
The RTI Application can be filed for various issues that Media is hiding and people are eager to know. issues include- Health Sanitation issues, Road Transport issues, Electricity outrages, State Transport Service, Road Connectivity, and so on.
Where to submit the RTI?
The Application can be filed to the Chief Municipal Officer and inquire into for them to transfer the Application to the respective Department as per the RTI Act. Mainly you can call the Local Self Governing Institutes (Municipal Corporations, Nagar Palika, Nagar Panchayats, Zilla Parishad) where PIO are present in all departments and depend on the subject word they will be assigned.
The names of the related PIO/APIO should be present on the Website of the Municipality of all State, in case-relevant information are not accessible than the applicant dispatch it to the PIO or all other Relevant Public Authority. The Authority has to convey the Application within 5 Days if that application doesn’t belong to that specific department and before transferring they need the information to the Applicant about the transfer.
How can you write RTI Application?
In this case, the Applicant requirement addresses the particular issue and sends that to the proper address. The Applicant needs to write the RTI Application in a certain format. The language of the application can be Hindi or English or in the official language of the state in which the application is being built. accordingly, the government can also answer in either language. The questions should refer to just a subject matter and must be related to a Single Public Authority.