Civics

The Right to Information Act, was passed by the parliament on _____________.


ANSWER

12th October, 2005


SOLUTION
The Right to Information came into force on Oct. 12, 2005. This act gives the citizens of India the right to:
i) Seek and receive information from the government and other public facilities.
ii) Ask them certain questions.
iii) Take copies, including certified copies of documents.
iv) Inspect documents.
v) Take a sample of materials.
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