NO ABSOLUTE EXEMPTION TO THE CBI FROM THE RTI ACT, SAYS DELHI HC

The CBI cannot claim absolute exemption from disclosing information pertaining to allegations of corruption and human rights violations held by it under the RTI Act, the Delhi High Court has held.

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