Three activists on Tuesday told the Delhi High Court that they want to prevent a wrong interpretation of Right to Information (RTI) Act while opposing Delhi University’s action of rejection of an RTI application seeking inspection of records of students who had passed the BA degree exam in 1978, the year when, as per the university, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also cleared the exam.


The court was hearing a Delhi University plea filed last year seeking setting aside of Central Information Commission (CIC) order, saying the “impugned order, which is per se contrary to the Act, has far-reaching adverse consequences for DU and all universities in the country who hold degrees of crores of students in a fiduciary capacity”.


Three RTI activists — Anjali Bhardwaj, Nikhil Dey and Amrita Johri — who are connected with the National…

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