PIL/RTI

PIL/RTI
Public Interest Litigation
Public Interest Litigation means when your fundamental right has been infringed you can directly approach to the Supreme Court of India under Article 32 of the Indian constitution and under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution to the High Court by filing the Writ petition. The concept of PIL has been elaborated in India. Now it is not essential that only those whose legal right has been infringed can approach the court of law. This concept is known as Locus Standi (Standing). Now any third person can approach the court of law on your behalf if it is a subject of the Public Interest.

Right to Information
Under the Right of Information Act, 2005 every Citizen of India has a right to obtain any information from the public authority which is not exempted u/s 8, and u/s 9, of The Right to Information Act, 2005. Our team of Advocates is well experienced in filing and drafting questionnaire that covers all the questions that is essential to obtain information relevant to the issue.

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