Madhu.T.K
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Harsh Kumar Mehta
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CHR
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Lost PF, PT, ESI Registrations documents in the recent floods in Chennai. How do we get the duplicates?
17th February 2016 From India, Chennai
Hi Buddy, Please contact the regional office they provide you duplicate copy of the same by collecting some fee. With Regards Mr.Thumbs Up
17th February 2016 From India, Chennai
Sir, copies of the documents can also be obtained from concerned departments by filing applications under RTI Act, 2005.
17th February 2016 From India, Noida
RTI to get duplicate copies of certificates ? Have you even read the RTI act to understand that it is for and how it works ?
20th February 2016 From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr. Saswata Banerjee ji, I will request you to kindly indicate whether your remarks as above "RTI to get duplicate copies of certificates ? Have you even read the RTI act to understand that it is for and how it works ?" are directed towards me ? Whether by your above remarks you want to know from me whether I have read and understand RTI ?
20th February 2016 From India, Noida
https://www.citehr.com/313875-esic-r...pany-lost.html
This link gives some details of how to get duplicate copies.
Best way out is to visit your nearest branch of ESI and EPF and seek advice.
21st February 2016 From India, Pune
Yes, mr. Harsh.
The question was directed to you.
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Dear Mr. Saswata Banerjee ji, I will request you to kindly indicate whether your remarks as above "RTI to get duplicate copies of certificates ? Have you even read the RTI act to understand that it is for and how it works ?" are directed towards me ? Whether by your above remarks you want to know from me whether I have read and understand RTI ?
Posted 20th February 2016
Regards.
Harsh Kumar Mehta
22nd February 2016 From India, Mumbai
We are unnecessarily taking the discussion to personal debating. If RTI Act has nothing to do with issuing of duplicate certificates, yes, you can categorically say that it is not meant for that but statements like "have you read the Act" may be avoided and we should stop the discussion here itself.
The thread starter has already got the answer, ie, apply for duplicate and it is simple also particularly when the original is lost in a natural calamity which is known to everybody.
Madhu.T.K
22nd February 2016 From India, Kannur
Members should show dissent by stating facts and pointing to valid documents instead of questioning the intellect of others. Lets keep this mature and polite. Regards, CHR
22nd February 2016 From India, Gurgaon
My apologies.
The problem is that people put suggestions that are incorrect and then some poor fellow reading the thread goes on a wrong path and causes more grief for him self.
But you are right, my wording should have been to the point and not personal.
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We are unnecessarily taking the discussion to personal debating. If RTI Act has nothing to do with issuing of duplicate certificates, yes, you can categorically say that it is not meant for that but statements like "have you read the Act" may be avoided and we should stop the discussion here itself.
The thread starter has already got the answer, ie, apply for duplicate and it is simple also particularly when the original is lost in a natural calamity which is known to everybody.
Madhu.T.K
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Madhu.T.K

UnAppreciateYou, nathrao and Harsh Kumar Mehta Appreciated this.
23rd February 2016 From India, Mumbai
1. With reference to the remarks of Mr. Saswata Banerjee as above "The problem is that people put suggestions that are incorrect" , I request Mr. Banerjee to kindly indicate specifically as to in which way my suggestions were wrong. By advising me, perhaps, I may be able to correct myself and further enrich my knowledge. This will also enable me to avoid such like suggestions in future.
2. I hope Mr. Banerjee will help me to correct myself by elaborating what he want to say in words as pointed out by me above and in his earlier thread.
23rd February 2016 From India, Noida
My remarks as above in para 2 i.e. "in his earlier thread" may kindly be read as "in his earlier remarks".
23rd February 2016 From India, Noida
Dear friends,
I'm sure both of you understood what it's all about. I would request learned friends to end this and spare your valuable time for addressing the needy. Forget the past, face the future. All is well.
23rd February 2016 From India, Bangalore
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