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Govt officer pens his 13th book on RTI

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HUBBALLI: Most government officers see the RTI Act, 2005, as an additional burden. They discourage applicants by concealing information or providing wrong data. But a block health education officer (BHEO) belongs to a different species. J M Rajashekhar, posted in Haveri, supports the RTI Act and believes it's a weapon to minimize corruption. He recently brought out 'Mahiti Hakku Balasuvudu Heege', his 13th book on the law.

 

 

Read at: Govt officer pens his 13th book on RTI - The Times of India

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