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Right to Information Act in Braille

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NEW DELHI: The Union Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry has got the Right to Information Act 2005 printed in Braille.

This is part of the Ministry's effort to make an inclusive society for all including persons with disabilities, according to an official spokesperson. The Ministry believes that a majority of persons with disabilities can have a better quality of life if they have equal opportunities and access to information including rehabilitation measures.

The Braille versions of the Right to Information Act have been printed and published by the National Institute for Visually Handicapped working under the aegis of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. The copies of the Act in Braille version can be obtained from the National Institute for Visually Handicapped, 116, Rajpur Road, Dehradun.

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