RTI Advice App

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About this app

Moneylife Foundation’s Right to Information (RTI) Centre is focused on empowering citizens and creating awareness on the importance of the RTI act.

Through this app, common citizens can now directly put forward their queries regarding RTI applications and get them resolved. Users can directly upload, record or attach videos, files and images along with their RTI queries. These will then be directly answered by our panel of experts such as retd Central Information Commissioner (CIC) Shailesh Gandhi, Vinita Deshmukh, Anil Galgali to name a few.

Moneylife Foundation’s RTI Centre also conducts awareness campaigns which are open and free to all.

Disclaimer: The RTI Advice App does not make false claims or provide false information about any government entity or agency. It is also not affiliated with any government entity or agency. All advice and information provided in the app is directly from experts who have used the Right to Information Act and is provided for the express benefit of those who wish to make effective use of the Act.

Details about the RTI Act can be accessed on this website: https://rti.gov.in/

This app is developed by Moneylife Foundation which is a non-profit organisation and is not affiliated with any government organisations.
Updated on
Apr 18, 2022

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32 reviews
Kunal Ahir
March 22, 2021
Nice app and very helpful to me given more information to know about rti
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Pankaj Raheja
January 13, 2021
Nice and easy to use
8 people found this review helpful
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Pranav Sonawane
January 20, 2022
Helps to be a better citizen
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What's new

App has been updated to fix a minor issue with attachments not appearing on some devices.