Indians living abroad can now exercise their Right to Information (RTI) through an electronic service started by the government.
Taking a step towards greater transparency in governance, the government on Wednesday launched an exclusive portal to enable citizens to file RTI applications online for all central government ministries.
Increasing number of government departments are rejecting RTI applications citing reasons other than exemption clauses of the transparency law.
Municipal Corporation of
Delhi has arguably become the first department in the country
to receive online RTI applications.
RTI applications may now be limited to 250 words and to only one topic.
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