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State Level RTI: Daman & Diu

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In May 2005, the national Right to Information Act 2005 was passed by Parliament. The RTI Act 2005 received Presidential assent on 15 June and came fully into force on 12 October 2005. (For more information on the passage of the RTI Act 2005 and implementation at the national level, click here.) The RTI Act 2005 covers all Central, State and local government bodies and applies to the Union Territory of Daman & Diu.

The Daman and Diu Administration has started implementing the RTI Act 2005. The Government issued the right to information (Regulation of Fee and Costs) Rules 2005.

For a list of Public Information Officers and Appellate Authorities designated by the State Government, click here.

Details of Fee & Costs

Application

Rs 25

Mode of payment

Treasury challan (i.e. State Bank of India , Daman and ate bank of Saurashtra, Diu)

Additional Fees:

A-4 / A-3 paper, photocopied

Rs 2 per page

Large size paper

Actual cost

Floppy

Rs 50

CD

Rs 100

Samples, models

Actual cost

Inspection of records

Fees per day for 10-year-old records from date of application- Rs 100 per day. Fees per day for 20-year-old records from date of application- additional fee of Rs 25 per day. No inspection permissible for more than 3 hours a day.

Second Appeals and complaints against non-disclosure of information may be filed with the Daman and Diu Information Commission.

State Information Commission

S.N.

Name of Commissioner

Contact

1

 

Central Information Commission
Block No 4, 5 Floor, Old JNU Campus,
New Delhi-110067
Off: 011 - 26717352/55
Fax: 011 - 26717354
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Website: http://www.cic.gov.in

Newsupdates, Activities & Advocacy

Resources & Articles

Government

CHRI

  • CHRI (2005) Forwarding Information Requests and Appeals: A Step by Step Guide for Assistant Public Information Officers under the Right to Information Act 2005, prepared by Mr Venkatesh Nayak.
  • CHRI (2005) Processing Information Requests: A Step by Step Guide for Assistant Public Information Officers under the Right to Information Act 2005, prepared by Mr Venkatesh Nayak.

Miscellaneous

  • To be updated.

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