Right to Information Act
The Right to Information Act 2005, which enforces transparency and accountability in the working of the Public Authority, is a mile stone in our Democracy. Democracy is by the people, for the people and of the people, in which without transparency and accountability the target goal could not be achieved. This act redresses the grievance of the public who are made to run from pillar to post for some reason or other and empower them to get information across the table of the public authority as a matter of their right. The Act not only fulfills the public desire and expectation of the government functionaries but also pave way to provide useful information and support for furtherance of the good governance. The accountability fixed on the public authorities through this Act make them to work in a better way, for the betterment of the public and Government. As required under this act, information in the following 17 manuals is available on-line.