As we all know that a government of a country is of its people, for its people and by its people. However, this is forgotten and a government is now said to be off its people, far from the people and to buy its people. Every citizen of India has their own fundamental right to freedom and expression and have the right to know about our government. But it is not practiced. We citizens are dumb and deaf to the subject relating to information about the government. The government servants think that they are different from the common citizen of our country. Right to Information act buries the feelings of the government servants and paves way to think that they are also one among the citizen of this country. In a democratic country like India, the Right to Information act plays a very important and helpful role for the betterment of its people. Following will help the people to understand about the act in brief in a single view.
Right to information is a fundamental right of any citizen of India to know what is happening with the government. Every individual has the freedom to seek any government related information through this RTI act 2005. The Right to Information Act (2005) is one of the key legislation enacted by the Parliament which guarantees the right and freedom of every citizen of India to get the information related to our government dealings, both at centre and the states.