JUSTICE CORPS

Action group for judicial transparency, justice reforms and human rights.

Impact: RTI implementation campaign

Posted by justicecorps on January 9, 2007

– Many organisations were concerned and supported the campaign. We were able to garner support of 36 organisations working in the social sector.

– Many individuals appreciated the idea on various E-lists

– Husein Dalwai, former law minister of Maharashtra who was approached to take up the issue personally, did not sign. But only praised the initiative.

– It is a regular practice in law, that first a notice or letter has to be issued to the appropriate authority before any action is taken against it. JC planned to take up a PIL, but considered it proper to issue notice and have campaign first to alert the Judiciary. However, even before JC could get response from judiciary or from State Information Commissioner, an individual already filed a PIL in the Bombay HC demanding implementation of the Act.

– JC’s letter alerted the judiciary and sent to it a clear message that it too is accountable and being watched by the public.

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