NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court has held that Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) is a public authority making it mandatory to reveal information under the RTI Act. Justice S Muralidhar dismissed the plea of the committee for not bringing it within the ambit of the transparency law. The committee had approached the court after the Central Information Commission had directed it to reveal information sought under the RTI Act and set up the necessary infrastructure for the purpose. "This court concurs with the view expressed by the CIC that DSGMC is a public authority under Section 2(h) of the RTI Act,'' justice Muralidhar said. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ee-comes-under-RTI-HC/articleshow/6207262.cms The committee contended that it should not be directed to comply with the provisions of RTI Act as it did not get any finance from government. Rejecting its contention, justice Muralidhar said the public authority under Section 2(h) (a) to (d) need not be necessarily, directly or indirectly, substantially financed by funds provided by the appropriate government.