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RTI – A Fundamental Right : Naveen Agrawal

RTI – A Fundamental Right : Naveen Agrawal
One Day Workshop on RTI by Regional Labour Institute, Government of Maharashtra
Nagpur. “Constitution of India, under its Article 19 (1) has entitled the Right to freedom of Speech and Expression as fundamental right, but if people do not have access to information, they cannot express their opinion. Hence Right to Information is at the core of the Right to Speech and Expression. This has been expressed time and again in the decisions given by the honorable Supreme Court”, said Mr. Naveen Maheshkumar Agrawal, Registrar, Dada Ramchand Bakhru Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur and Guest Faculty, Right to Information Centre, YASHADA Pune while speaking to students in a one day workshop organized by Regional Labour Institute, Government of Maharashtra. Prof. Shri Prakash Nimje, Course Coordinator Regional Labour Institute has emphasized the need to make people aware about Right to Information. The workshop organized for the students of Master of Labour Studies was inaugurated at the hands of Prof. Shri Prakash Nimje , Chairman of the programme, Chief Guest Mr. Naveen Agrawal and a special Guest Neha Gaikwad. The workshop dealt in details about how RTI can be used for benefits of people and what information can be or cannot be given under this act. Ms. Tanvi Deshpande, Sharmila Kuntiya, Tushar Jaitgude, Krushnakant Mishra, Rakshit Bansod, Swapnil Patil, Sandip Mane, Mugdha Deshpande, Vinay Sawarkar, Snehal Palandurkar, Sukanya Dorle, Radhika Joshi, Snehal Nakhate and Pranjal Manwatkar worked hard for the success of the workshop. Ms. Sonali Bhagat conducted the programme while Mr. Siddarth Meshram proposed the vote of thanks.

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