A group of researchers requested for environment Impact and Project Report on the project which is flagged for negative impacts, tax money wastage by environmental scientists and research reports.
Protection measures suggested include: The Right to information RTI Act was touted as one law which would bring in transparency and eradicate corruption by civil society direct involvement. In a decision of Sarbjit roy vs Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission the Central Information Commission also reaffirmed that privatised public utility companies fall within the purview of RTI.
One of it demands state and central information systems under one Digital System to streamline information flow and provide proactive information backed by streamlined mandatory reporting.
The research also covers in details - the difficulty in filing manual Right to Information requests with the states with delays ranging many months of wait time and various follow ups and rejections. It covers all the constitutional authorities, including executive, legislature and judiciary; any institution or body established or constituted by an act of Parliament or a state legislature.
CICs are directly under the President of India. With Central and State information commissions working in such a disconnect, and manual transfers of the request for information between departments lead to big delays, confusion, and loss of traceability. The data throws up over 50 alleged murders and two suicides that were directly linked with RTI applications filed.
Researchers in the study focussed on the Digital implementation and asked about plans or timeline to provide such facility.
Currently no parties are under the RTI Act and there has a case been filed for bringing all political parties under it. Intellectual property rights[ edit ] Many civil society members have recently alleged the subversion of the right to information Act by the invocation of Intellectual Property rights argument by the government agencies from time to time.
It not only denies timely information, creates high barriers to information only a few with very strong motivations and means can cross, but puts a common citizen at the risk by exposing them directly to the departments and agencies which they are trying to find information on.
Every state in India has different rules and fee structures to file an application through registered post without any tracking mechanism as covered in details in the report.
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Right to Information Act RIGHT TO INFORMATION SRI LANKA | With the establishment of republic states, a concept which denotes that the ownership of the state lies with people was evolved. State and the public institutions are maintained by the tax monies of people.
2 Right to Information Act, No. 12 of Provisions of this Act to prevail over other written law. mi-centre.com shall be the responsibility of the Ministry of the Minister assigned the subject of mass media to ensure the.
The Right to Information Act (the RTI Act): gives you a right to apply for access to documents held by government agencies and Ministers; you must submit a separate application to each agency or Minister you seek information from. There is an application fee for every RTI Act application.
Right to Information Act mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. It is an initiative taken by Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions to provide a– RTI Portal Gateway to the citizens for quick search of information on the details of first Appellate.
Contents Right to Information Act Page 2 Part 1 Right to access 23 Right to be given access to particular documentsDownload