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RTI (Right to Information Act): Basic Guidebook

The Right to Information Act, generally called as RTI, is a revolutionary Act, which was brought to bring clarity in government works, along with to bring a rigidity in the government departments, institutions and organizations. When it comes to RTI, there are watchdogs on multiple levels to ensure the Act is followed in letter and spirit.

The Act came into existence in 2005, after sustained efforts of anti-corruption activists. Even the CBI, IB aren't exempt under RTI Act on matters of corruption, human rights.

It was termed as revolutionary because due to this Act the government department can be put up for examination in case of their default in taking actions and in case the common people have any queries regarding the public works or in case of discrepancies in the works done by the government. This Act is a power to the common man with which one can demand any such information from the government department and the government is liable to furnish the information. In case they does not provide with the information, with 30 days then they will be charged with monetary fine as well as strict action is taken on them.

RTI: Its Journey

RTI Act has been formed by the legislation of Parliament of India on 15 June 2005. But the Act came into effect on 12 October 2005 and has been implemented ever since to provide information to the Indian citizens, across the country. It is one of the most powerful laws of the country as all the constitutional authorities comes under this Act and it is also simple to file.

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Some important points:

• The Act is so user-friendly that even an illiterate person can file easily but it should be in proper format so that the PIO must not reject the application.

• The application that is to be written should be easily read and no misleading words should be used.

• The RTI Act has empowered the common citizens to demand information from government, earlier this privilege was enjoyed by the members of Parliament.



Using RTI as a powerful weapon, one can file application to the Ministries or the SP/SSP offices, in knowing the status of the FIR application without any hassle. One can charge the police by putting pointed questions of not taking actions. Pending income tax return, pension's release,

withdrawal or transfer of PF, release of Aadhaar card or issuance of property documents or driving licence.

If in your community, you think the facilities are not as expected or you observe some government maintained property in bad condition, you can use RTI to get the government working on it.

For instance, if there is a road in very bad condition you can ask the following questions:

a. How much money has been spent on the development of road in past 3 years?
b. How was the money spent?
c. Please provide a copy of the orders

a. Pending Income Tax return

b. Delayed PF withdrawal/ PF Transfer

c. Delayed Passport/ Aadhar card

d. Delayed IRCTC Refund

e. Copies of answer sheets

f. Property Documents like Occupancy Certificate/Completion Certificate

g. Status of FIR/Complaint

h. Status of EPF

i. Delay in Scholarship

To file an RTI application, address the designated Public Information Officer (PIO) of the relevant government department. Draft a concise application specifying the information you seek. Use official format/plain paper, citing the Right to Information (RTI) Act. Attach necessary documents and fees if applicable.

To file an RTI application for a passport, write a brief application addressing the Passport Office's PIO. Include your contact details, passport application/reference number, and specific information you're seeking. Use the official format or plain paper, referencing the RTI Act. Attach supporting documents and any required fee receipt. Submit your application Feel free to contact us for any Help legalution.in

a. Fix roads with pot holes

b. Conduct social audit of government projects

c. Know how your MP/MLA spent the fund allocated to him

d. Know how a particular government project or scheme was implemented

As per the RTI Act, information should be provided in 30 days. If the government department fails to do so and you don't receive the information within 30 days, penalty can be imposed on the PIO if the matter taken up with appellate authorities.

Any citizen filing for RTI, needs to pay Rs. 10 with every RTI application, to the central government departments. The mode of payment may be different from government to government. Some ask for Court Fee Stamp, some ask for Indian postal order (IPO). When sending an RTI application by post, we can use IPO/ court fee stamp of Rs. 10.

No, those who are BPL, do not have to pay Rs 10 fee for filing RTI application.

If you've asked the government office to furnish copies of some records, you will need to pay Rs. 2 per page. Once the office receives your request and ascertains the amount you will need to pay towards making copies, you will get intimation via post. You can make the payment by sending postal order/court fee stamp/demand draft of the said amount.

All government agencies, institutions whether they are under state government or the Central government, comes under the purview of the Act.

For example, Municipal Corporations, PSUs (Public Sector Units), Government departments, Ministries at the State as well as Central level, Judiciary, Government owned Companies, Government Universities, Government Schools, Works Departments, Road Authorities, Provident Fund department etc. The list is quite an extended one.

In India, there are many remarkable cases that are solved through just an RTI application. One can ask to the government department that how much money is spend by the Gram panchayat or the Village Sarpanch, what and where the money is allocated for the development of the people. One has the full rights to know that how much money is being spent on renovation of its ministers' bungalows, what their telephone bill or fuel expenditure is. Or one can ask what amount was spent on MLAs'/MPs' foreign trips.

Any problem or information relating to the pension, duplicity in college mark sheet, to validate the genuinety of the college degree or university affiliations, can be sought through RTI.

Not only governments and their departments, but also smaller units such as your city corporation or gram panchayat fall under the ambit of RTI. Whether be it police, passport office, your electricity/water supply company or even the IRCTC, all are required to furnish RTI information, once asked for.

The central government has come up with RTI act which is applicable in all states except the state of Jammu and Kashmir, which has its own Act, very similar to Central act.

There are twenty-odd organisations that are exempted from RTI. Because all these entities are related to the country's defence and intelligence, such as RAW, BSF, CRPF, CISF, Intelligence Bureau, National Security Guard etc, when it comes to national security then no information can be sought of. However, RTI law says that any information which cannot be denied to a Member of Parliament or state legislature cannot be denied to any citizen.

Any citizen can seek government officials’ reasons for delay in government service as requested for. For example, if you have applied for passport and it has not been delivered. Then one can apply RTI with the following questions:

a. Please provide daily progress done on my passport application.

b. Please provide names of officers with whom my application has been lying during this period.

c. Please inform as per your citizen’s charter in how many days I should have got my passport.

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