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Posts Tagged Transparency Revolution

Delhi Assembly Dissolved

Shut down government, dissolve assembly, force people to suffer repeated elections at short intervals, squander tax payers’ money as if it is black money, vilify opponents, attempt becoming Prime Minister, suck the people, seek Congress support again for government formation, use slander tactics, defame judiciary/election machinery/ LG of Delhi and freely fling wild allegations against all & sundry! The people voted Narendra Modi decisively. India has not seen a strong prime minister for decades. Narendra Modi has infused new life in every heart. He has shown that a clean and functioning government is workable in India. He is being challenged by Arvind Kejriwal and his garrulous lieutenants. The AAP hates and spreads hatred against more than 50% of the Delhi voters who had voted

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A Turning Point In Indian Democracy

It has happened; happened today the 28th December 2013 in Delhi. A silent revolution has taken place. Democracy has breathed the freedom from the shackles of bondage after approximately 4 decades. Nobody could even imagine till December 7 that something like this was going to happen. Not even the Chief Minister of Delhi, sworn in […]

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Lokpal Bill Passed In The Lok Sabha

The agitation for the legislation of the anti-graft law comes to an end today- the Parliament of India has passed the Bill in the People’s House/ Lok Sabha this 18 December 2013. The Bill has been hailed as historic by some and a Joke Pal by others. Anna Hazare, whose crusade in 2011 fired the […]

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A Historic Fast Ends

On persistent requests from civil society, concerned citizens and prominent persons, the Anna Hazare led indefinite fast at Jantar Mantar in Delhi for a Jan Lok Pal Bill comes to an end today evening. A group of well known public figures in the service of the people in all different agencies of the government also […]

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The Complicate Web of Corruption

It is now almost a year since the Transparency Revolution under the leadership of Anna Hazare gathered steam. It received tremendous public support. The success of this revolution itself became its biggest enemy. The whole political class felt threatened. Its political implications became crystal clear to them after the field experience in an election, where […]

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A Black Day For Indian Democracy

August 16, 2011 is the Black Day in the nascent democracy in India. India is unfit for democracy. It is a living disgrace that we are ruled by the corruptest gang of rowdies and thugs. It is the beginning of the total decimation of the Congress Party. What could Anna have done had he sat […]

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