Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI Act) enables any Indian citizen to seek any required information from a state or central government office or department. It mandates that the government responds to a citizen’s request for any such information in a timely manner. RTI can be viewed as one of the most powerful legislations in India that gives the citizens the right to question any public authority and their activities. The RTI Act vouches for transparency and enables one to seek any information in the public domain. When one is concerned about the poor maintenance of parks, roads or drainages, processing pensions, healthcare facilities or any government or state related function, one can file an RTI to seek information from the government regarding the same.