Supreme Court dismisses petition seeking online RTI portal for Supreme Court

The Court said that while the issue raised is relevant, it cannot be entertained under Article 32 of the Constitution.
RTI and Supreme Court
RTI and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a public interest litigation petition seeking an online Right To Information (RTI) portal to be set up for the apex court since it is a public authority under the RTI law [Ramey Krishna Rana v. Union of India].

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