Delhi becomes second state to accept online RTI applications

  • Filing an RTI application with the Delhi government is now just a click away. Delhi became the second state to launch e-RTI portal that will enable citizens to file online Right to Information (RTI). Maharashtra is the first state to launch the online RTI platform. The portal launched recently will enable citizens to file RTI and seek information related to 172 departments of the Delhi government including the office of the CM and his ministers. 
  • The e-RTI portal, which has been designed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC), includes filling of application, payment of fees and getting replies online. 
  • An applicant will also be able to track the status of RTI application. The e-RTI application fee will have to be paid through net banking. 
  • Citizens can file the e-RTIs by logging at You can also call at 011-23392726 and 011-23392421 for any queries related to the process of filing the RTI.
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