In an exclusive interview with OneWorld South Asia, Shailesh Gandhi, Central Information Commissioner of India speaks about the journey of this historic act in last seven years. Talking to OneWorld, Shailesh spoke about the challenges in front of the RTI Act and threats that put a question mark on existence of this act. He says RTI has threat from the judicial processes, especially stays that public authorities take after landmark judgements of the commission. With increasing number of pending cases in state and central information commissions, he feels that the Information Commissions and Commissioners are the biggest threat to the RTI Act 2005. Commenting upon the Prime Minster Dr Manmohan Singh’s statement for critical review of the act, he says that review of this act is required but it should be done after 5 to 10 years when it become strong enough to resist the efforts of weakening it. Shailesh retires from the Central Information Commission on 7 July 2012. Talking about his plans after retirement he says that the people would be able to see him as an RTI activist in Mumbai where he would strive to establish a better and responsive RTI regime of the government. India enacted Right to Information Act in 2005 which completed its seven years on 12 May, 2012.