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The Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI Act), is a revolutionary piece of legislation that allows

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The Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI Act), is a revolutionary piece of legislation that allows citizens to access information from all public authorities, including government departments, local bodies, and statutory organizations. This Act gives citizens the right to ask for information from the government and requires that the authorities respond within a prescribed time limit. The RTI Act is a powerful tool that can be used to change India’s political and social landscape. It allows citizens to ask questions about the functioning of the government and encourages transparency and accountability. It also helps to ensure that public resources are used responsibly and for the public's benefit. The RTI Act is also a great tool for social and political activism. It can be used to demand answers from the government, to raise awareness about issues of public concern, to hold government officials accountable, and to ensure that laws are implemented properly. I have created this website to provide information and resources to those interested in making use of the RTI Act. Here, you will find information on how to file an RTI application, what documents and information are required, how to track your application, how to contact the Public Information Officer, and more. I also provide information about the various organisations working to promote the use of the RTI Act and the successes achieved by activists. Additionally, and provide a platform for discussion and the sharing of opinions and experiences. Using the RTI Act to create a more transparent and accountable society, You can Book a Workshop for Awareness about this act.

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