RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT: A MULTI-FACETED APPROACH TO GOOD GOVERNANCE
By Shikhar Yadav
(Student, LL.M., Christ (Deemed to be University), Delhi NCR)
he Right to Information Act 2005 is one of the most effective legislations passed by parliament in 2005. This Act was brought into force for the welfare of citizens. We need to look at how RTI came into enactment to understand it in a better way. To quote the lines of U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, “Information is the Currency of the Democracy.”
Right to Information, democracy, right to know, Article 19.
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