Right to information for Competitive Exams Part 16

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Different Types of Challenges in the Right to Information Act

  • Modern maintenance of the information can not be done as needed.

  • The right to information and the right to privacy are mutual paradoxes (both have been linked to fundamental rights by the judiciary).

  • Due to international terrorism and emerging insecurity, there is a delay in implementing the Right to Information (like this law was brought in Britain in 2000, but it could be implemented in 2005).

  • In some countries, such legislation is more restrictive.

  • There is also the trend of unnecessary concentration in the said information.

  • Some private areas also need to implement the Right to Information

  • According to the Right to Information Act, appropriate changes can not be made in the culture and code of conduct of civil services.

  • The drawbacks regarding the right to information and civil charter in the laws brought to local governments

  • In some countries there are drawbacks in bringing the appropriate system of grievance redressal.

  • Although the right to receive information through electronic medium but adverse impact of computer literacy reduction

  • The drawbacks of respect of trends for the rights of privacy of others in the citizens.

  • In the context of the laws found at the federal level in a federal system the union state differences remain in force in the states.

  • In the grievance redressal system, there is still a lot of deficiencies in the proper reach at the regional level. (11-ARC kept such problems in the State Information Commissions in the Central Information Commissioner and in the larger states)

  • Even though there are drawbacks in the right to information and public relations as required.