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File an RTI application in 5 simple steps
- Identify the department/subject of your query. Is it a state or a central subject? Keep in mind that different rules apply even though they fall under the same Act.
- Do a little background research. Find out what information falls under the purview of the department concerned.
- Phrase your questions wisely and precisely. Ask for a copy of the documents. Fill up the RTI application form (application form given).
- Attach court fee stamp or Indian Postal Order of worth Rs 10 with the application and keep a copy of it with you for future reference.
- Post your application or hand it over personally to the ‘TAPAL” also called as Inward/Outward section of the respective department.