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Right to Information Act 2005 The government enacted it for exercising the fundamental right under Article 19 (1) of the Indian Constitution. The act is one of the most important acts which empowers ordinary citizens to question the government and its working. This has been widely used by citizens and media to uncover corruption, progress in government work, expenses related information, etc. The citizens can seek any information from the government authorities that the government can disclose to the parliament. Some information that can affect the sovereignty and the integrity of India is exempted from the purview of RTI (Information relating to internal security, relations with foreign countries, intellectual property rights (IPR), cabinet discussions are exempted from RTI). Hence none of the statements are incorrect.

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