1. Right now NO.
2. ‘Sensitive’ matters the judiciary is unwilling to give includes complaints making serious allegations about sitting judges of higher courts and consequent records of In-House inquiry proceedings, appointment of judges of high courts, written opinions/views on prospective judicial candidates and judgments/orders prepared and circulated to other members of the Bench before they are officially declared.
3. S. 8 of RTI Act needs suitable amendment to effect specific question that you asked to the forum.
4. Minister of Law and Justice is looking into it since 2009 on behest of PMO.
However if you are unsatisfied with verdict of trial Court then Sessions Court is appelate option and still not satisfied then HC is writ option and further if you are still not satisfied by HC verdict in suit matter then Hon’ble SC under COI is answer. What good RTI reply will do in all such cases of litigants if they are cross about decisions of trial Court - sessions court - HC and even that of Hon’ble SC in probably his own case of say S. 200 CrPC as asked !
Could you explain that to the forum?