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Ladies Club on Infantry Road in Bangalore under RTI

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he Karnataka Information Commission (KIC) has declared the iconic Ladies Club on Infantry Road as a public authority and brought it under the purview of Right to Information Act, 2005. The order was issued in a case filed by an RTI activist and our forum member, S. Umapathi. In its order, KIC has stated that as the government has leased out prime land at throwaway prices with a rent as low as Rs. 10 per month, it constitutes the government making a significant contribution to the organisation and, hence, it comes under the purview of RTI Act, 2005.


This significantly strengthens our fight against private institutions who think that they can get away with everything.


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Ladies Club comes under RTI - The Hindu

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