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BJP Government Cannot Bring Political Parties under Right to Information RTI Act

BJP Government Cannot Bring Political Parties under Right to Information RTI Act

CIC in its decision dated June 3, 2013 has held that the political parties namely AICC/INC, BJP, CPI (M), CPI, NCP and BSP are public authorities under the RTI Act.

In a written reply, Minister of State for Personnel and Training Jitendra Singh said
Declaring a political party as public authority under the RTI Act would hamper its smooth internal working, which is not the objective of the RTI Act. Further, political rivals may misuse the provisions of the Act, thereby adversely affecting the functioning of the political parties,"

"A bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on August 12, 2013 to exclude Political Parties from definition of 'Public Authority' under the RTI Act, 2005. The Bill was referred to Parliamentary Standing Committee on September 12, 2013. The Standing Committee in its report recommended passing of bill by the Lok Sabha.

"The Bill could not be taken up for consideration by the Parliament and stands lapsed after dissolution of 15th Lok Sabha,"

Bringing political parties under the ambit of the Right to Information Act would hamper their internal working and political rivals may misuse the law thus adversely affecting functioning of the political parties, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

On the footsteps of Congress Now BJP is acting

Both congress and BJP are the two sides of same coin
Once again time and future will prove this

Police Reforms in waiting

CBI Reforms in waiting

Now once again political parties are working together to take full control over Supreme Court of India Judges appointment.
If they do this then Just like IAS, IPS CBI and Police Department Supreme Court Judges will start to act, their position will become same like other government officers

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

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rudraprayaga July 31, 2014  

Even now also no difference between judges and executives which stand for the ruling party if the news that comes out with regard to judges is right.

SM August 01, 2014  


i do not think there any truth