# A2707LB May 31st, 2011 at 12:21 am
With great regards to panel, I have few very important things to consider. First if lokpal really want to make a change, start from village, panchayat, town, district and state and then you can aspire for judiciary, legislature and executive. If you jump to top first, nothing will go in real. With regards to Mr. Arvind kejriwal's comments on PM want to regulate under himself looks hasty and please do mind that there are millions who look up to our PM as an inspirational role model and take caution when you give public comments. We dont want to have a super government above everything and it loses its own credibility. Start from ground where people do really suffer at local govt offices where people are corrupt (Eg RTO) This is where we need lokpal where people interact daily and not on PM, judiciary, legislature and bureaucrats. Also think of bureaucrats who are very honest and willing to do something for the people, please dont demotivate them; due credit should be given where it is due. A stringent and impeccable condition should be in place before you scrutinize a bureaucrat, else we will end up prosecuting on false allegations and this is a real demotivator for our administrative machinery. PLease do consider many who are really honest and not just the ones who are corrupt. Finally, village and district offices are the places where people badly need a lokpal. It does not matter on PM, judiciary and legislature
Rakesh Khanna Says:
# A2700LB May 30th, 2011 at 9:48 pm
We should not let smaller issues obscure the larger objective. Govt.'s proposals like keeping PM and acts of MPs inside the Parliament out of the bill's purview should not be allowed to become deal breakers. At least we will be able to get the MLAs, MPs, ministers and bureaucrats under the bill's ambit and these are the main pillars of corruption in the country. We can always try later to further improve the bill, but a flawed bill is better than no bill and even a partially effective lokpal will be better than no lokpal.
Pivi Raju Says:
# A2697LB May 30th, 2011 at 9:14 pm
1.Bill is applicable to all citizens of India including PM,President.No ecxlusion.
2.MP will never pass any laws which will be not protecting to them.I will recommend that their service limit shall be limited to 2 terms only.Longer their duration more will be corruption and power misuse.
3.MP is changing his party following elected by public shall only be allowed after due signing from his constituency by 60 %.
4.If any MP is not working for his constituency/found guilty in any legal cases shall be recalled from his constituency by public by getting 40 % public votes.
5.Defamed/MP involved in any fraud/cases shall not be an eligible candidate for election any more untill all charges found negative.
6.Any laws shall be passed by public society & MP by fifty-fifty percentage in Assembly.
7.All agencies like CBI etc shall be removed from Govt power and make them independant agency for their better work.
8.Person/MP found in corruption scam should repay/recover entire money 5 times more from him/his relatives or family members and deposit in Govt treasury.Lifetime imprisonment shall be applied immediately until he found free from it.
10.Prevent money deposited outside India.It is direct tax paying failure shall be punished and send them in jail.
Veda Iyengar Says:
# A2696LB May 30th, 2011 at 9:14 pm
The very purpose of Lokpal Bill is defeated if the Chief Executive of the Government namely the PM and the Cms are not brought under its legal purview.
An office of Deputy PM and CM will relieve the anxiety of a 'headl;ess government' in the event of the Chiefs are to be traied by Lokpal.
Similarly the Supreme Court shall have to put its Second in Command ready so that the Lokpal action doesnt have to be held back by any political structural predicaments.
Given the proven fact of 'YATHA RAAJAA THATHAA PRAJA.'----- Lokpal Bill well drafted will be a real-political-moral boon for the Nation - very probably 'in the shorter run' itself..So
May there be due Perseverence on the Committee's part.
Thanks and Regards
Veda B R Iyengar
Bangalore - India
Tejpal Sharma Says:
# A2694LB May 30th, 2011 at 9:05 pm
Dear Mr Pranab Mukherjee & Sir Anna Hazare Sahab,
I, Tejpal Sharma belongs to a village of Faridabad, Haryana. We all Indians want a full strict, transparent and strong Lokpal bill. Under this bill everybody should come except Honorable President of India & Chief Justice of India. If government don't want to add top politicians like Prime Minister it seems they have done something wrong and now they threatened that it will bring their real face in front of the people of India. I request government representatives they should think about 1.25 crores people not only about 545 + people. We request you please implement this bill in this way that it must have some very strict rules. If we can stop corruption only 50% then I believe our country will be developed in next 10 years only and if government have really will power to take country's money back from A. Raja, Kanimojhi and Suresh Kalmadi and all other corrupted politicians then our country will be developed in 5 years only. Its my faith just not a single line of English language. India should bring back black money on priority basis only then this country can do something otherwise that day is not far away when general people of India will beat politicians in public places. I hope government will take a strong decision and Anna Hazare Sahab will not leave the government easily this time. Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.
Shivanand Parashar Says:
# A2693LB May 30th, 2011 at 9:01 pm
भ्रष्टाचार को पूरी तरह से रोकने के लिए प्रधानमंत्री और सभी सांसदों को लोकपाल के अंडर आना चाहिए.
# A2690LB May 30th, 2011 at 8:50 pm
Prime minister and the MPs corrupt activities inside and out of the parliament must and should come under the purview of Lokpal.These are the Primary culprits who stashed Lakhs of crores of Black money abroad.And also Lokpal bill should also address the issue of bringing the black money back to India and spending it for the country transperantly for the development of Free education,Hospitals,Roads and Infrastructure,assistance to agriculture,focussing on Industrial growth,etc.,
P V KRISHNA Says:
# A2689LB May 30th, 2011 at 8:03 pm
I read reports about minitues of lokpal draft committe meeting today.
What the goverment can achieve by keeping judiciary, MPs , ministers& PM outside the authority of lokpal.
The backdrop of support to the lokpal bill proponents from the public is remembered again.
For more than 1year, Honourable PM kept in pending the saction for prosecution of honorouble minister Mr Raja. Only when SC interfered,the public got the confidence that the culprits would get punishment. We could not afford to allow another scam of such large scale with involvment of ministers. Even PMs in future can not be guranteed to clean.
So we need, lokpal must address these important issues.
We would also look forward to having provision of higher punishments for the people holding higher offices.
Please consider these issues.
P V KRISHNA
# A2688LB May 30th, 2011 at 8:02 pm
The PM, the entire Judiciary and the MPs inside & Outside Parliament SHOULD come under the ambit of the LOKPAL.
In short, all Government Servants should come under the ambit of the Lokpal Bill.
# A2685LB May 30th, 2011 at 6:25 pm
Dear Sir /Madam
Could you please explain in detail the scope of Section 8.
(d) Complaint from whistleblowers.
1) Will Grievances like non payment of insurance to an insured party from an insurance company fall under the preview of lokpal?
2) Will Public grievances like drainage system failure and inadequate preparation of government to address the problem fall under the preview of lokpal?
3) Will capital donations collection by private schools/education institutions be treated as neglence of government to provide quality education?
4) Can an unemployed youth file a complaint against government for not creating opportunities for employments and does it fall under the grievances for lokpal.
5) What is the scope of section d. Can a Complaint be made on any public interest litigation lying in any state /Supreme Court be submitted to the lokpal.
6) Will scams like the IPL scam be under the preview of Lokpal.
7) Will complaints against religious leaders/organizations/practices fall under the preview of Lokpal.
8) Will issues/complaints against foreign policies of Indian subsidiaries be a topic of complaint to lokpal.
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