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  • Eastern Sentinel Itanagar News
    RTI ensures administrative honesty: Governor

    ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) today participated in the State Convention on Right to Information (RTI) Act 2005 cum 13th Foundation Day celebration of the Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission here at the Dorjee Khandu Auditorium of State Assembly.
    Governor while deliberating on the virtues of RTI, said that it aims to combat corruption, protect fundamental rights, prevent human rights violations, provide exigency in getting justice, eliminate administrative procrastination and prevent distortion of procedures & provisions. It encourages governments to ensure administrative honesty through effective compliance laid out in the Act through voluntary disclosures. Brushing away apprehensions of antagonists that RTI will hamper frank file noting, bold administrative recommendations and abet play-safe administrative approach, Governor said that if government officials maintain transparency, accountability and honesty in their working, there is nothing to fear. Sharing his experience as a law luminary, he advised the Commission to help iron out vague answers, couching & part replies, sub-quality information and shifting of onus on RTI applications. Complimenting the officials…

  • Eastern Sentinel Itanagar News
    Fraudsters in police net

    ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Capital police today arrested two fraudsters Woahed Choudhary and Saidul Choudhary of village Sahapur,  Assam for duping an Arunachalee.

  • Eastern Sentinel Itanagar News
    Police cracks double burglary case

    ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Capital police arrested a burglar and recovered stolen gold and local ornaments.
    Reacting swiftly to an FIR received from…

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