International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

E- ISSN: 2349-4182
P- ISSN: 2349-5979

Vol. 5, Issue 9 (2018)

“RTI and impact of diaspora in Indian society: A need to digitize the process”

Author(s): Mayur D Parmar
Abstract: The Right to Information Act (RTI) was enacted in the year 2005 to empower the citizen of India with the information hidden in the files of Government machinery and make more accountable the Government Machinery. Now a days when all states are welfare state and has to give justification for its each and every activity to its people. And from 1776 most of the country enacted Freedom of Information (FOI) in their country to give its people right to ask WHY? WHAT? etc as fundamental right. But as the cultural development and more and more people migrated from its country leaving behind his culture, society, property and become citizen of another country, at that time if he wants some information relating to the country he left, is hindered by Act itself, By this research paper I am trying to analyze the why the government documents must be digitalize and what are the best practice to provide the basic fundamental right as a human being and what are the benefits and limitations to move on the different path.
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