Right to information is a fundamental right. The public has the right to information in all the developing countries and in India too, this right has been arranged a few years ago so that the general public can go to the depths of government work and question the government. Knowledge of the information is known to the people's decisions made by the government. This prevents misuse of government machinery.
In 2005 the "Right to Information Act" was passed by the government. The Right to Information Act strengthens the public to seek information or information from public authorities and other government organizations. The Right to Information Act is a powerful tool to bring a new round of openness and integrity. This is the only purpose of publishing the book presented to people, and they can not hesitate to use it in public interest.