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First appeal can be filed 30 days after the delivery of application to the required department.
In some cases when the fresh RTI application is sent to the Assistant PIO this period is extended to 35 days.
For appeal an appeal application on the blank paper addressing First Appellate Authority is required to be filed along with the copy of original application and a copy of the reply by PIO as an attachment. I also declare that this matter is not previously filed with any information commission nor is pending with any Court or tribunal or authority. (Name and signature of the appellant) Date: Place: Date :8/9/2011 TO, The Provident Fund Commissioner 341, Bhavishya nidhi bhavan, Bandra east , Mumbai-400051 Subject: Information required under the Right to Information Act 2005 Delay in PF Transfer I was working in Mumbai for a WIN CABLE & DATACOM PVT LTD and had my PF account MH/44288/20 at Office of Provident Fund BANDRA.
There is no fee for filing appeal but some states have specified fee. Later I joined in another private company (SCOD 18 NET WORKING PVT LTD) in Mumbai.
Thus the authorities have to give information voluntarily so that the public have minimum resort to use this Act.
But in case the public authorities are not doing their work properly or not providing the information, the Act guarantees the remedy in the form of appeal.
Particulars of information required: 1) Reasons relating to delay in transferring of PF amount / credit in my current PF account, even after a more than 13 months since the transfer application was dispatched from my previous employer?
2) By when will I get the PF transferred to my current PF account? against of that Department has not given me the satisfactory report.full story I have tag with my wesite FIGHT BACK Icon..do study and guide me how to appeal my contact no is 9470593530I am not sure where you are getting your info, but great topic.
Sub section 2 of section 4 of this Act says that every public authority shall take constant steps to provide information suo moto to the public.The Sec 3 states that, subject to the provisions of this Act, all citizens shall have the right to information.Section 4 of the Act puts a responsibility upon the public authorities to maintain all its records duly catalogued and indexed in a manner and the form which facilitates the right to information and to facilitate the different system to easy access of the information and to disclose all information starting from the particulars of its organisation, functions, and duties, to budget allocated to each of its agency.Here we are discussing about the first appeal and procedures to appeal.Every public authority must designate a First Appellate Authority.