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Yet another committee set up to ensure implementation of Sec 4 of RTI Act

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Sajib Nandi

It looks like transparency has become a pain in the neck for most public authorities. Section 4 of the Right to Information (RTI) Act, which makes suo motu disclosure mandatory and which is the most powerful section of this transparency law, is being dodged by most government departments despite innumerable circulars, orders and recommendations.


Read more at: Section 4 of RTI Act - Moneylife

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akhilesh yadav

NEW DELHI: The government's policy of classifying documents as 'secret', 'top secret' and 'confidential' is ad hoc and needs to be examined, a two-member independent committee formed by the Central Information Commission has concluded in a scathing report.


The panel has also slammed the government for not fulfilling the mandatory requirement of proactive disclosure under the Right to Information Act even a decade after the implementation of the law, people familiar with the matter told ..


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CIC panel hits out at government for not fulfilling mandatory disclosure under RTI - The Economic Times

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