RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT Tool In Strengthening Democracy In India

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Editors : Dr. Punya Shailaja , Dr. P. Rengarajan , Dr. Vinod Kumar Cherukuri Edition : 1 Book Size : 6×9 No. of Pages : 258 ISBN : 978-93-90699-10-0 Format : Paperback & Ebook

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The Right to Information Act, 2005 was passed for making the government transparent and more accountable; the effective use of it would, in a long run, curb corruption. In a responsible Government like ours where all the agents of the public must be responsible for their conduct, there could be no secrets. There has been no vehicle available for individual citizens to impact the governance structure. In a system reeking with corruption and becoming increasingly insensitive to the problems of the disadvantaged Citizenry, the Right to Information has shown promise of empowering Citizens to get accountability and act as an enforcer of good governance.
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