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4) It is often argued that the Official Secrets Act (OSA) which is of 1923 vintage and a complicated piece of legislation has no reason to remain on our statute books after the Right to Information Act of 2005. In the light of leak of important information from key ministries of the union government, critically comment.

Topic:Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability

4) It is often argued that  the Official Secrets Act (OSA) which is of 1923 vintage and a complicated piece of legislation  has no reason to remain on our statute books after the Right to Information Act of 2005. In the light of leak of important information from key ministries of the union government, critically comment. (200 Words)

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