Lokesh Makhija Says:
# A959LB April 25th, 2011 at 8:44 pm
whistle-blowers should not just be protected but should be rewarded and honored once the case is proved. On the other hand the case should only be considered once the whistle-blower present substaintial evidence against the authority.
Saurabh Kumar Gupta Says:
# A952LB April 25th, 2011 at 8:21 pm
the Lokpal Bill will not be effective in secondary and indirect corruption cases.
(a) Mr X applies for ration card and fulfills all the norms but he could not get same after a period of 4 months reason not paying bribes to the government officials.
(b) Mr y is an honest engineer and took action against the contractor Z for poor workman ship. Mr Z utilities the money power and political network and Mr Y is either transferred or fixed in some false case.
Therefore the provision for making the secondary rules for effective Governance may also be entrusted to the Lokpal and for that purpose a provision may be made in the Lokpal bill for the setting a committee of experts under the Lokpal to frame the rules for the effective deliverance of the services of different departments of Government to the common man.
Pranay Gandhi Says:
# A941LB April 25th, 2011 at 7:05 pm
First of all, congratulations for the stand that you have taken against corruption in India. Wishing everyone involved success in this endeavor.
I would like to suggest the Rico Act (A US Federal Law).
Of particular interest, please read about the application of the law in the following cases listed in the link below, (Michael Milken, Michael Conahan/Mark Ciavarella and Scott W. Rothstein).
This law has been such a potent instrument that versions of it has been implemented in Australia and Canada.
Dinesh Parikh Says:
# A938LB April 25th, 2011 at 6:35 pm
Sir please make the media too, answerable.................
Abhishek Bajaj Says:
# A936LB April 25th, 2011 at 6:25 pm
this is once in a few decades opportunity, so i think this lokpal bill should contain some clause of making relationship between various investigative agencies way more better then what it is right now. in one line agency like cbi and cvc should be combined and awarded independent power. every body including pm should come under its umbrella and if pm is under it then y shouldnt top judiciary personels.
# A934LB April 25th, 2011 at 6:13 pm
ann committees (Watch dog committees in all the cities of the country should be made of eminent public figures of proven integrity to keep watch on government actions and also to take complaints of public to the government. Committee should take suo moto cognizense of the matters of public interest and take up with government.
Gaurav Sawant Says:
# A930LB April 25th, 2011 at 5:51 pm
As per my knowledge about Lokpal bill draft, there is clause that the Lokpal should complete the investigation within 1 year & it can maximum be extended for 1 more year i.e. Lokpal will finish investigation in a period of maximum 2 years.
In my view, there should also be provision for creation of special Supreme Court bench & High Court benches to prosecute cases being put forward by Lokpal. There should also be provision to increase number of benches or selection of new benches on adhoc basis as per requirement.
# A927LB April 25th, 2011 at 5:26 pm
Use of 3rd degree & brain mapping should be permitted for corrupt officials. If it can be used against petty criminals .. why not against organized criminals ?
E.g. If it is used in current scenario to get facts from all 3 ADAG exec.. then Anil Ambani would have been in jail by now.
Hitesh Kothari Says:
# A926LB April 25th, 2011 at 5:07 pm
(1) The bill should have special provision with regards to case filed against public representatives. Any allegation of corruption
against public representatives, admitted by competent court, should act as disqualification for contesting any election and automatically the case should get transferred to fast track court which should give the decision in less than half the time compared to maximum time limit set by the Lokpal Bill
The onus of proving self innocence should be on such representatives & public servants
(2) Hostile witness should also be tried as culprit in the same trial
(3) If proved guilty, money should be recovered from personal asset of accused as well as his family members. Moreover, life time ban should be imposed on him for contesting any election
(4) The person instrumental in exposing the corrupt should be awarded sufficiently
(5) The bill should also be clear on corruption of other forms like unnecessary delay, mental harassment, non rational order passed with only intention to harass the honest tax payer e.g. Adverse orders filed by I.T, Excise officers
Ajay Sanghi Says:
# A925LB April 25th, 2011 at 4:54 pm
SUGGESTION FOR SEEKING INTERIM RELIEF AND FOR NEGOTIATION
1. Jan Lokpal Bill drafting panel should consider getting “interim” relief from the Government in declutching CBI from government (making CBI independent), while the Jan Lokpal Bill draft is being finalized in order to ensure that the Government is really committed in routing out corruption. The media will also help in building public opinion.
2. Jan Lokpal Bill drafting panel must ask the Government to act on every single recommendation that has been made by CVC for dismissal and prosecution of Bureaucrats, in particular the bureaucrats who are still in service must be immediately suspended until they are cleared of CVC charges. Government may be asked to set up special courts for speedy disposal of cases against the bureaucrats.
3. On similar lines, Government must grant permission to CBI for all requests that are pending with the government for investigation/prosecution of politicians and bureaucrats.
4. A PIL may be filed to this effect - Government not giving permission within reasonable time is undemocratic / unconstitutional and against the natural justice; besides defeating the very purpose of having CBI/CVC offices at such heavy public expenditure. Every case that is let off with a warning and waiting for permission must have comments and noting from the delaying authority accessible under RTI. A permission must be deemed to be granted if not specifically denied within 30 days!
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