Explain with example the impact of the Right to Information Act (RTI)



The Right to Information (RTI) Act empowers every citizen of India to seek information from public authorities, including central, state and local governments; parliament, judiciary, police, etc.
Under RTI, a citizen can ask questions regarding the official work, see information, take copies of official documents and inspect govenment work and its progress.
The impacts of Right To Information Act are
(i) It empowers the people to find out what is happening in the system of the government.
(ii) It acts as a watchdog of democracy.
(iii) It supplements the existing laws that banned corruption.