Gujarat HC Sets Aside CIC Order on Modi’s Degrees, Imposes Rs. 25k Cost on Kejriwal in RTI Case

The Gujarat High Court lately set aside the Central Information Commission’s order to give details of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degrees and assessed aRs.,000 cost on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in an RTI case. This decision has caused quite a stir in the media and among the public, with numerous questioning the validity of the judgment and the translucency of the government.

The case began when Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal filed an RTI operation seeking details of the educational qualifications of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Prime Minister’s Office( PMO) refused to give the informationciting that the details were particular and exempted under the RTI Act. Kejriwal also filed a first appeal with the PMO, which was also dismissed. He also approached the Central Information Commission( CIC), which directed the PMO to give the details.

Gujarat HC’s Judgment
The Gujarat High Court set aside the CIC’s orderstating that the details of the Prime Minister’s degrees were particular and exempted under the RTI Act. The court also assessed a cost ofRs.,000 on Kejriwal, stating that he’d filed the RTI operation to gain political avail.

significance of the Judgment
The judgment has been extensively blamed by activists and intelligencers, who argue that it’s a blow to translucency and responsibility in government. They also point out that the judgment goes against the spirit of the RTI Act, which was legislated to promote translucency and responsibility in government. The judgment also raises questions about the government‘s commitment to translucency and its amenability to give information to the public.

examens of the Judgment
One of the main examens of the judgment is that it sets a dangerous precedent, as it allows public officers to withhold information that should be in the public sphere. It also raises questions about the independence of the bar and the government‘s influence on judicial opinions. Some activists and intelligencers have called for the judgment to be reviewed or challenged in a advanced court.

Impact on translucency and Responsibility
The judgment has also raised enterprises about the impact it’ll have on translucency and responsibility in governmentnumerous argue that it’ll encourage public officers to withhold information and make it delicate for citizens to hold them responsible. It may also lead to an increase in corruption and misbehavior, as public officers are less likely to be held responsible for their conduct.

The Gujarat High Court’s judgment in the RTI case involving Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degrees has caused a lot of contestation and raised questions about translucency and responsibility in government. While the court‘s decision may have been legalnumerous argue that it goes against the spirit of the RTI Act and sets a dangerous precedent. It’s important for citizens to continue to demand translucency and responsibility from their government, and to hold public officers responsible for their conduct.

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