Supreme Court’s Right To Information portal goes online


The Supreme Court of India’s RTI portal went live on Thursday after the announcement by CJI DY Chandrachud. The portal will assist those who submit RTI requests for access to information about the country’s Supreme Court, simplifying court responses under the Right to Information Act. Earlier, RTI applications were filed physically through post only.

Before I mention (the case), I would like to mention that the FTI Portal is ready. It’s up and running in 15 minutes. If you have any problems, please be patient. If you have any issues, please contact me…I’ll be happy to help,” CJI Chandrachud said Thursday before starting regular case hearings. A mandatory fee of Rs 10 per application has been set for RTI applications and can be paid via internet banking, UPI, credit or debit card. This portal is only available to Indian citizens.

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