Are you actually using that particular statement in your code? If so, then it's definitely not going to work, as you're probably going to be looking at a bunch of syntax errors along the way. Did you really mean:
As to what you're doing, it should be simple enough to echo the values into the form on the second page so that when the user submits the form, all of the variables get sent back to whatever script processes the form data. A very simple example might look something like this:
<form method="post" action="formhandler.php">
<input type="hidden" name="ReqDate" value="<?php echo $_GET['ReqDate'] ?>" />
<input type="hidden" name="ReqType" value="<?php echo $_GET['ReqType'] ?>" />
<p>Name: <input type="text" name="Name" /></p>
<p>Email: <input type="text" name="Email" /></p>
<input type="submit" />
<input type="reset" />
Notice in the example that the Req information that you came to the form page with is simply being passed through to whatever form handler script you will eventually use to process this form; if you need to do more complex things with the data, obviously, you can. This example also doesn't sanitize any of the user data, which is something you will definitely want to do in any real application.
I hope this at least helps get you moving in the right direction.