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Rahul Gandhi’s version of Jan lokpal – A game changing idea

Rahul Gandhi ultimately broke his own silence about the Anna Hazare fast and also thanked the fasting Gandhian with regard to highlighting the problem of corruption by means of his campaign. Talking through the Zero Hour, among strong protests on the Opposition benches, Rahul Gandhi stated Hazare’s campaign had served people to articulate disillusionment.

Nevertheless, whilst highlighting the role associated with Anna Hazare, Rahul ultimately did not approve of his fast. However the focus on linked to Rahul’s speech have been his concept to raise the degree of debate regarding corruption. He was quoted saying, “Individual dictates, regardless how well-intentioned, should not deteriorate the democratic process because it would likely set a dangerous precedent.”

He explained the necessity of the hour wasn’t simply a strong Jan Lokpal however to go one step beyond to make Lokpal a constitutional body just like the Election Commission. Rahul stated he didn’t accept the view that one Lokpal Bill will end corruption. Rahul asserted corruption is all-pervasive and also operates at each level and thus some effective laws in addition to creation of an statutory institution is going to be required to battle the menace. He was quoted saying we cannot wish away corruption through the simple desire to see it taken from our lives.

Rahul requested an all-inclusive framework of action plus a concerted political programme backed up by all levels. He stressed the necessity for a firm political will to combat corruption. Later on speaking with media persons, Rahul Gandhi stated that his idea on making Jan Lokpal a constitutional body would be a game-changer.


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