The Right to Information Act, 2005 does not set out any prescribed format for RTI Application. RTI drafting charges in India is include the Indian Postal Order of Rs. 10 with the RTI application letter. It is completely up to you to define what you need to include in your application. The goal of writing an efficient RTI request is easy–to allow the government agency to provide you with the data you are seeking. The Indian Postal Order may be taken in favor of the Public Information Officer payable at (concerned place). Although it is always advisable to search for more genuine data from the website of the public authority involved.

To,

DATE:

The Public Information Officer,

Under The Right to Information Act,

(Address of the Concern)

Subject: Request for Information reffered section 6 read with section 4 of the Right to Information Act 2005.

Or

Subject: Request for information within 48 hours as required by Section 7(1) read with Section 4 of the RTI Act 2005.

Sir,

I Sri/Smt. (Name of the RTI Applicant) Son of (Father’s Name, also can mentions Mother’s Name too, there is no hard and fast rule though!), resident of (Address of the RTI Applicant), wish to seek information as under:-
Or

I Sri/Smt. (Name of the RTI Applicant) Son of (Father’s Name, also can mentions Mother’s Name too, there is no hard and fast rule though!), resident of (Address of the RTI Applicant). Whereby the below Information sought is related to the life or liberty of a/the person/s and the same may please be provided within 48 HOURS of the receipt. The PERSON / SPEED POST request to my email stated at the end of this RTI application.

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Please share the related Photo Copies in this regard.

The information as attempt above may please be provided on my request will also allow me to understand and appreciate the functioning and governance of your office.

Signature of the Applicant Dated:
Name:
Address: