This was revealed by Nagaland Chief Information Commissioner, Bukchem Phom while addressing the decade celebration of RTI Act in the state on the theme 'RTI: Trust Through Transparency' in Kohima yesterday.
    
Recounting the activities of the Commission in the last 10 years, Phom said the Information Commission in the state has been working under the policy of 'Trust through Transparency' and has involved NGOs such as Nagaland Voluntary Consumers Society to undertake a study on how RTI has impacted Nagaland.
    
Of the total number of 92 public authorities audited, he said two were described as 'highly transparent', 45 as 'reasonably transparent', 43 as'limited transparency' and two with 'poor level of transparency', he said.

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