There are several cases relating the problems of the Society in daily life. For that you can easily File RTI and seek information regarding the issue you are facing. Draft your Application in the prescribed format, mention the Concerned Department where you want to state the query and send it.
The RTI Application can be filed for Numerous Issues that Media is hiding and people are eager to know. Problems include- Health Sanitation Problems, Road Transport issues, Electricity outrages, State Transport Service, Road Connectivity, etc.
For easy access of RTI to Andhra Pradesh Municipal Corporation, you can apply in Online RTI Application, Fill the Application Form, we will forward your application and we will file on behalf of you.
In case the matter is of Municipal Corporation which is a Public Authority, you should address the same to the Corporation.
In day to day life, there are several Civic Issues relating to water problem, garbage, street lights, building permission in cities are under respective corporation. In that case RTI can be easily filed to seek information regarding a particular issue.
As we believe in quality work within our best comfort. RTI can be filed to all Public Authorities, such as Ministries/Departments and few other Public Authorities of Central, State Government and in District Level also. Most of the Civilians are Unaware of their Rights, hence, they must be educated regarding the same, and they can exercise their Rights through RTI.
Who can ask for the Information?
Any concerned person who is a citizen of India can file an RTI application, He can go for filing an RTI at any point of time whenever he wants to seek any information regarding any government organization.
Where to submit the RTI?
Depending on the area, the issue will be addressed to the Respective Municipal Corporation.
Identify the Department, where the application will be filed. Basically, Municipal Corporation in Andhra Pradesh includes Vishakhapatnam Municipal Corporation, Nellore Municipal Corporation, or any other depending on the locality.
The Application can be filed to the Chief Municipal Officer and request them to transfer the Application to the Concerned Department as per Sec-6(3) of RTI Act. Mostly you can visit the Local Self Governing Institutes (Municipal Corporations, Nagar Palika, Nagar Panchayats, Zilla Parishad, and Block Development Offices) where PIO are present in each Department and depending on the subject matter they will be assigned.
The names of the concerned PIO/APIO should be present on the Website of the Municipality of each State, incase relevant information are not available then the applicant send it to the PIO of any other Relevant Public Authority.
The Authority has to transfer the Application within 5 Days if that application doesn’t belong to that particular department and before transferring they must inform it to the Applicant about the transfer.
How do I write my RTI Application?
In this case, the Applicant must address the specific issue and send that to the proper address. The Applicant must write the RTI Application in the prescribed format. The language of the application can be Hindi or English or in the official language of the area in which the application is being made.
How to file Online RTI Application before Municipal Corporation?
Online RTI Application is very useful and this is the easiest and quickest way. You need a computer connected with Internet.
Filing RTI alone may be difficult, but in this case you will get an extra benefit, i.e our RTI Experts will draft the RTI Application on behalf of you and they will help you with the process and the exact Public Authority where to file your concerned issue. Steps to file Online RTI Application are as follows:-
Step 2: You need to fill the form which states your details.
Step 3: Click “Next” at the below.
Step 4: Now you have to fill the details regarding your query at the description box.
Step 5: Below that if you want you can fill the “Where to File” (optional).
Step 6: Once done, click next and submit your Form.
What is the Payment Method for RTI?
Once every formality is done and prescribed Application is filed to the Public Authority then finally the payment procedure comes into picture for filing the RTI Application. Thus, send your application with the fee attached to the concerned PIO/APIO. The concerned Authority must reply within 30 days of filing the application.
In case of Online Filing of RTI Applications/First Appeals one can visit to Website and file RTI by following the process step by step. Through this you can file RTI to all Ministries/Departments and few other Public Authorities of Central, State Government and in District, Panchayat and Mandal Level also.
The process is very simple, after filing, one can track his RTI Application and get the reply within the stipulated time period. Here, you can complete Online Payment in a secured way.
If you don’t get reply of an RTI what will be the next remedy. The applicant can Appeal and file First Appeal.
When to File a First Appeal?
After passing of the stipulated time period to get the reply, i.e. 30 days and the Applicant has not yet received any information he has asked for then it can be taken into consideration that the PIO/APIO has refused the Application.
After the Application is filed it reaches to the Lawyer who drafts the application and sends it to the Concerned Public Authority. After the drafting is completed the Application is sent to the Applicant where the applicant has to approve the same and then upload the digital signature for further process.
This is the complete details of the process for filing of the RTI Application. While filing the form, if any doubt arises then in that case the Customers can call our HELPLINE Department for further Assistance.