Right To Public Services Act - Your Service is Our Duty

Maharashtra State Commission for Right to Services


The Maharashtra Right to Public Service Act, 2015 is a revolutionary Act. This Act provides that the citizens shall be provided services by the State Government in a transparent, efficient and time bound manner. In order to ensure effective implementation of this Act, the Maharashtra State Commission for Right to Services has been established. On 1st March, 2017 former Chief Secretary of Maharashtra State, Shri. Swadheen Kshatriya was appointed as the First State Chief Commissioner for Right to Services. After completing his tenure, he retired on 25.01.2022. Former Additional Chief Electoral Officer, Maharashtra, Shri Dilip Shinde is holding additional charge of the Chief Commissioner, Maharashtra State.


Citizens can get complete information regarding which services are available under this Act by accessing either the mobile app ‘RTS Maharashtra’ or 'Aaple Sarkar' Web Portal. Citizens can even apply online for availing these services. In case of a delay in providing the services or denial of the services without adequate justification, citizens can file first and second Appeal with senior officers within the department and third and final Appeal can be filed before the commission.

RTS Chief Commissioner

Shri Swadheen Kshatriya, I.A.S. (Retd.)
First Chief Commissioner
Maharashtra State Commission for Right to Services

Shri Dilip Shinde, I.A.S. (Retd.)
Chief Commissioner (Additional Charge)
Maharashtra State Commission for Right to Services

STATE DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONERS FOR RIGHT TO SERVICE

   PUNE DIVISION

   KONKAN DIVISION

   NAGPUR DIVISION

   AURANGABAD DIVISION

   AMRAVATI DIVISION

   NASHIK DIVISION

An Act to provide for delivery of transparent, efficient and timely public services to the eligible persons in the State of Maharashtra and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

Right to public services Act Rules