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Right To Information

Atul P Barapatre
Written by Atul P Barapatre. Posted in General on 01 August 2009.
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RTI stands for Right To Information and is a fundamental right under Article 19(1) of the Constitution. Under this article its mentioned that every citizen has every freedom raise the flag against any act of government(there are few limits) and have the right to know how the government system works, what role does that work play in the system and its constitutes, what are their functions and requirements and many things to need to know.

There are some restrictions as you have NO right interfere in the systems like our countries security functions.
You can also log complaint using this link: this is the official websiite, http://rti.india.gov.in/

Please note: Read the guidelines before posting any complaint and do try to find out the reason for your complaint(s) instead of directly approaching to RIT.

Be a good citizen of India.

Regards,
Atul Barapatre.

Atul P Barapatre

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