RTI Applicant is the first party in regard to his/her Right To Information (not the Right To Information Act) and the Government is the second party. A citizen use his/her Right To Information and make an application to the Public information of the Government for any information of his/her own and/or of public interest. When the requisite information is purely for his/her OWN interest WHICH HAS NO PUBLIC INTEREST AND RELATED WITH ANY THIRD PARTY but since the Government is holding that information so it is mandatory to get NO OBJECTION CONSENT OF THE THIRD PARTY.
For Bank, the customer / account holder is first party and as a serving party the Bank is the second party and serving party is under bond of service conditions. Any third party cannot interfere between these two.
RTI Act is very clear, easy to understand. But the Government servants do not like it since their everything which they like to keep in dark comes out of curtain. They actually did not practice it before existence of RTI Act and forgotten that they are only like maid servants and not the Governors. The Governors are every Indian Citizen.
it is lacuna in system intensionally made by the bureaucrats that the Governors (Indian Citizen) cannot catch their neck and kick them on back whereas the Indian Citizens are their Bread & Butter providers.
DRF is trying for sort out this lacuna and we can succeed if we all come together. None other will come out but we ourselves have to take up step to sort out our democratic rights. Why politicians will take interest?
So waiting for what? Start right now with using our Right To Information. ASK ANYTHING !!! WE ARE THE GOVERNORS.
BUT REMEMBER THAT, RIGHTS ARE NEVER SERVED ON THE DINING TABLE UNLESS AND UNTIL EVERY INDIVIDUAL EARN IT. SO USE IT OR LOOSE IT, IT IS YOUR CHOICE.