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Dear Editor,

It refers to welcome launch of RTI on-line portal for all ministries and departments of Union government where filing of RTI petitions and first appeals will be a quick electronic process without requiring expenses on postal-charges apart from several other notable features.

However this facility can only be availed by a selected few having facility to use credit/debit cards. Real remedy lies in extending facility of receipt of RTI petitions without spending on postal-expenses for all ministries, departments and other public-authorities coming under jurisdiction of Central Information Commission to all post-offices of the country while presently it is available in just about 5000 post-offices. This is practically not difficult because every post-office in the country however small it may be is attached to a big post-office where postal-bags with registered postal-articles, cash, unsold postal-stamps and postal-orders are daily sent. RTI petitions received by small post-offices can also be sent in this bag.

Considering lots of problems in payment of RTI fees and copying charges through postal-orders and high operational cost in handling postal-orders, attractive RTI stamps on line of revenue-stamps should be issued in different denominations as convenient and economical mode of payment of RTI fees and copying charges.

—Subhash Chandra Agrawal,

1775 Kucha Lattushah Dariba, Chandni Chowk, Delhi.

News Updated at : Sunday, August 25, 2013
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