Filing an RTI application with the Delhi government is now just a click away. On Monday, Delhi became the second state to launch e-RTI portal that will enable citizens to file online Right to Information (RTI). Maharashtra is the first state to launch the online RTI platform. Speaking at the launch, Kejriwal, who has been an RTI activist himself before he plunged into politics, said in order to make government functioning more transparent, there is a need to put all relevant information online and the Aam Aadmi Party government is working in that direction.
“There is a need to take the RTI to the next level. If all governments put all relevant information, which affects people’s life and helps in bettering transparency, there won’t be any need to file RTI to seek information,” said Kejriwal while addressing Delhi government officials after launching e-RTI portal of Delhi government.
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