The Right To Information empowers a citizen to seek clarity on a range of issues that impact him. These are illustrated below:
1. Developmental issues pertaining to the immediate neighbourhood: These could include issues such as broken roads near one's residential area, erratic water/power supply, lack of public transport facilities in a certain colony etc.
2. Personal issues, specifically pertaining to government documents: These encompass matters such as delay in passport application being processed, pension not being given etc.
3. Using RTI to bring about systemic change: Transparency in functioning of public toilets in your city, Utilization of MP, MLA and Councillor funds, Overcrowding of jails, Destruction of green cover in a suburb, Absence of public transport facilities in a town and much more.
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