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I support Anna Hazare & Lokpal Bill Proposed by civil society. DO YOU ??


Dear Fellow Indians/NRIs,


The Intention of sending this letter & referendum form to you is - to gather the opinion & votes of the citizens of India on the Lokpal Bill. After the protests by Shri Annaa Hazare, the whole country is faced with the question - What kind of a strong Lokpal Bill should be passed which can be strong & effective in curbing the menace of Corruption? On one side, are the proposals presented by Anna Hazare, on the other side are the proposals of the government. This letter puts in front of you some of the proposals from both the sides in all fairness & without taking sides. A little time from you and your family members, will allow us to know what the ordinary Citizens of India want. We will also take the results to the Member of Parliament in your constituency, and show them what the people they represent want. We request you to kindly fill out and submit this online form (once for each voter member of your family). Kindly also forward this form / link to your friends & relatives.


Jai Hind!



1. CITIZEN'S CHARTER *All those government departments which interact directly with the public for their everyday needs, will have a Citizen's Charter. The Citizen's Charter will state which work of the Citizens will be completed in how many days, and which officer is to do that work. Two opinions have come forward from this proposal. Out of the following, which one do you agree with?
  • Anna says: If the job is not done within stipulated time, the concerned officer or department head should be fined which should be given to the complainant as compensation. Also, a case of corruption should be filed on such officer.
  • Government says: A Citizen't Charter can be made, but does not agree to fine the concerned officer for not having done his job on time.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

2. Who will come under the Lokpal? *Which category of officers should come under the Lokpal Bill?

  • Government says: The Lokpal should investigate corruption charges against only Group A level officers (the highest ranking officials), because it is not possible for one agency to investigate matters related to 40 Lakh Central Government Officials.
  • Anna says: The machinery of Corruption is wired & connected from top to bottom. Investigating only the top officials will not be enough. The common public has to get their work done by the lower ranking officers. Whatever system the government has to create to fight corruption should be done. Must be done.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

3. With the Lokpal in the Center, should there be Lokpals set up in each state at the same time? *

  • Anna says: The common man has to deal more with the state government for their everyday needs, eg. Ration, Pension, Roads, Electricity etc. Therefore, only a lokpal at the center will not be enough. Under the same Lokpal Bill, a Lokayuct should be formed in every state, which will investigate corruption of state government employees.
  • Government says: The job of controlling corruption in State Government Offices should be left to the state governments. If the state government wants, they can make their own Lokayuct. The government says that as per our constitution, the decision to create a lokayuct, is under the purview of the state governments.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

4. Many times, MP have been accused of taking bribes to vote or ask questions in the Parliament. Who should investigate these matters? *

  • Government Says: Such investigations can be done only by Parliamentary Committees as has been happening till now. As per the constitution, MP's have this special privilege. If such matters are investigated by the Lokpal, it will be outside the constitution.
  • Anna says: Investigations into such matters can not be left to the Member of Parliament's own committees, as there is always a possibility of favoritism. This is the reason why, despite serious allegations, no MP has gone to jail. So, the job of independent & fair investigation should be given to the Lokpal. And we should not shy away from making amendments to the constitution if necessary.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

5.If there is an allegation of corruption on a Judge, permission needs to be taken from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court before initiating investigations on that judge? *

  • Government says: Correct decision on permission to investigate in matters about judges, can only be taken by judges. Giving this right to the Lokpal, will be a compromise on the independence of the judiciary. A separate bill is being brought for this. As per this new bill, a committee of 3 judges of the same court will grant permission to investigate the accused judge.
  • Anna says: Despite several matters relating to corruption in the judiciary in the past 20 years, permission to investigate has been given in only 2 cases. This very point makes it clear that judges will never give permission against their own judge "brothers". Therefore, the authority to give permission to investigate judges should be given to a 7 member bench of the Lokpal which will be fair and independent.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

6.If the Prime Minister is accused of corruption, the CBI is the investigative authority today.*

  • Government says: Considering the post of the prime minister, this job should not be given to the lokpal. Therefore, this work should remain with the CBI. If there are thousands of complaints against the Prime Minister, it will become difficult for him to work.
  • Anna says: The CBI works directly under the Prime Minister's control. So how can the CBI Investigate its own boss? A system can easily be put in place to curb petty & baseless allegations.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

7. If an official is found guilty during investigation, who should have the power to dismiss the official? *

  • Government says: The power to dismiss an official found guilty of corruption should be with the concerned minister of that department. As per the government, if the power to dismiss a corrupt official is given to the Lokpal, the officials will stop obeying orders of the ministers.
  • Anna says: Usually, in the corruption case of an official, the concerned minister is also involved. It has been found that instead of punishing the corrupt, ministers often give them lucrative postings. Therefore, they can not take a correct decision on guilty officers. The power to dismiss a corrupt official should be with the Lokpal. The minister will still have the power on transfers, postings, promotions of officials and so the officials will obey his orders.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

8. What should the Member of Parliament of your constituency do about the Lokpal Bill? *

  • He should vote on the bill in parliament as per the orders of his high command of the party.
  • He should vote on the bill in parliament as per the opinion of me & the people of my constituency who he represents.
  • I do not agree with any of the above.
  • I have no opinion on this matter

9.May a representative of India Against Corruption contact you (via SMS / Phone / email) to send more news & to come out in support of Anna Hazare when needed? *

  • Yes
  • No
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