Hello my lovely readers. I know, this is not an article related to technology and my readers from outside India might not be interested in reading this article but as this is a big issue in India right now, as a countrymen, I really felt it from heart which has led me to write and do whatever bit I can for my country! I am here to just let you know what’s all these happening and real facts! It’s high time to get united, dear people.
What is this movement about?
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.
Who is Anna Hazare?
Anna Hazare is a social activist who fought 1965 war for India and has been social servicing till now. At the age of 74, he is now up against the corrupted government who is just making scams and looting the money from all around.
He is appealing to all the countrymen to stand up and protest but with a non-violent attitude. He has assured 60% less corruption if the original Lokpal bill has been passed.
Why I am supporting him?
I have always loved this country but hated the government and now that I’m getting a chance to do something to get rid of this corruption issue, I would surely want to contribute. They just need our support and nothing and nothing more. Please do whatever you can and try to spread the word. You can get all the details about what the government’s and the original Lokpal bill has to offer you from here.
I am supporting Anna Hazare, are you? Please think and support. Jai Hind.