Monday, 27 June 2011

against curruption in india

 
At war against corruption: Social activist Anna Hazare, flanked by Swami Agnivesh (left) and Dr. Kiran Bedi, demanding a strong anti-corruption law at a press conference in New Delhi on Saturday.
  • NEW DELHI: Demanding enactment of a strong anti-corruption law on the lines of Jan Lokpal Bill, social crusader Anna Hazare on Saturday threatened to go on an indefinite fast unto death at Jantar Mantar here from April 5 if the Prime Minister does not act decisively on his suggestion by March-end.
  • “None from civil society consulted”
  • Addressing a press conference here, Anna wondered how the government could pass the anti-corruption Bill without consulting anyone from the civil society. “There should be 50 per cent partnership between the government and the civil society. Corruption has increased manifold but there is no fear of either the law or the government. The law is so weak that it cannot fight corruption. Even if I have to give my life to see that the Bill is passed, I will not hesitate.”
  • The Jan Lokpal Bill drafted by Justice Santosh Hegde, Prashant Bhushan and Arvind Kejriwal has been refined on the basis of feedback received from the public. “An institution called Lokpal at the Centre and Lokayukta in each State will be set up. Like the Supreme Court and Election Commission, they will be independent of the governments. Investigation in any case will have to be completed in a year. Trial will be completed in the next one year so that a corrupt politician, officer or judge is sent to jail within two years,” said Anna.
  • Bill stands for transparency
  • Noting that the Jan Lokpal Bill stands for transparency and has been put on the website to receive suggestions from the public, social activist Swami Agnivesh said many people including Anna Hazare, Kiran Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal and others had signed on a letter drafted to the Prime Minister on December 1 requesting that the law be enacted.
  • Signatories to the letter are part of the movement “India Against Corruption” that organised rallies demanding enactment of Jan Lokpal Bill on January 30 in 62 cities.
  • Former police officer Kiran Bedi said IAC had met leaders from all political parties. “A majority of politicians have given us a positive response. What we require is a tough law that can fight corruption.”
  • Mr. Kejriwal said a strong anti-corruption mechanism needs to be put in place so that the large sums of money stashed away in Swiss bank accounts can be disbursed in the country. “The problem is not in implementing the law, but in not having a strong law to root out corruption from our system.”

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Sunday, 26 June 2011

demands of baba ram dev ?


1) Central government recover black money stashed away in foreign countries by politicians and declare it as public property.

2) He  is demanding a “Ban on high denomination currency notes like Rs. 500 because of all this currency corruption is increasing.

3) Bring all the black money in India which is in Swiss Bank  around  worth Rs 400 lakh crore is  in several international banks like Swiss and many other which are out of eyes from all Indians.

about curruption in india

Hello friends,

First of all thank you for supporting Anna Hajare against corruption.  Your contribution is valuable and very important to make India corruption free.  Hats of 2 u all.

Now again your all support needed to make India corruption free and fight against Black money which is in Swiss Bank (Switzerland).

Actually,  India is not a poor country. It is very rich than among all the countries. But due to all this corruption our country is still a developing country and known as corruption country in all over the world.

So @ this time we all have to support Baba Ramdev and help India to make corrupt free country.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

about curruption in indiaabout corruption in india

India Against Corruption (IAC) is a citizen's movement to demand strong anti-corruption laws. Lokpal bills were introduced several times since 1968, yet they were never passed by the Indian Parliament. After a fast by veteran social activist Anna Hazare and widespread protests by citizens across India the Government of India constituted a 10-member Joint Committee of ministers and civil society activists to draft an effective Jan Lokpal Bill. The primary focus of IAC movement is to ensure a strong Lokpal bill. The IAC is a strictly voluntary organization and its participants are bound by the IAC code of conduct.