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New Delhi, Oct 3 (UNI) The highest judiciary has decided to challenge the Delhi High court order dated September 2, which held that the office of the Chief Justice of India comes under the ambit of Right To Information Act.

Justice S Ravindra Bhat had ruled that the CJI was a “public  authority” under the RTI Act and directed the Supreme Court to provide information sought by RTI aspirant Subash Chandra Aggarwal within a month.

The period of the order expired on Thursday. Since the HC is closed for Dusshera holidays till October 5, the Central Public Information Officer of the Supreme Court will file the appeal on Monday.


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