(Querist) 22 August 2008
This query is : Resolved
Dear Sir, To obtain information from the Government, is it necessary that such information should be made first from the department of the District inspite of asking directly to the Secretary of the Department who has more information on the matter? Regarding fees for the information can we also put stamp in spite of the cheque or cash amount?
You can approach the proper designated officer in the Secretary office itself. You make an application to the concerned person in the secretary office and let him reject it directing you to go to the District. You will see that he will not do that.
You have to pay in cash or by DD or by Banker's cheque. Not by a stamp.