Under RTI act petitioner cannot elicit answer to his queries or ask for any ‘opinion’ or ‘advice’

Mr. Ankit Garg Vs CPIO, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency And Bankruptcy Board of India)

RTI Act does not cast on the public authority any obligation to answer queries in which the petitioner attempts to elicit answer to his queries with prefixes as why, what when and whether. The petitioner’s right extends only to seeking information as defined in section 2(f) either by pointing the file document, paper or record etc., or ...

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