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Kiran Bedi as CIC

Is the movement by Anna Hazare, Aamir Khan to bring Kiran Bedi as CIC justified?  

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  1. 1. Is the movement by Anna Hazare, Aamir Khan to bring Kiran Bedi as CIC justified?

    • Yes
      736
    • No
      695


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nazma_saini

Recently Kiran bedi has become more of a TV personality . She has alreday done her bit for the system and her efforts have been recognised and appreciated. But we need somone who is in sync with the current system. The Post of CIC will require someone who has field knowledge , ability to take decisions which might have repurcussions. I feel somone who these basic traits should be considered first

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klrao1948

Yes She is the right person, But there could also be other positions with more powers and broader areas

In continuation to our earlier report at our forum here http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/33870-pm-meet-advani-tuesday-decide-new-central-information-commission-head.html,

 

Mumbai, Nov 1 (PTI) Noted social activist Anna Hazare is among those who have proposed the name of Kiran Bedi, India's first woman IPS officer, for the post of Chief Central Information Commissioner (CCIC).

 

"I sent the letter to the PM two days ago. Right to Information (RTI) activist Magsaysay award winner Arvind Kejriwal told me he is also sending a similar letter," Hazare told PTI over phone from Ramdev's ashram at Haridwar.

 

"I have also written to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, demanding appointment of a police officer like Bedi," he said.

 

The performance of the CCIC over the last four years has been unsatisfactory, he added.

 

Referring to media reports, Hazare said he was not aware if Aamir had also written a similar letter to the PM.

 

 

Bedi now plays the host and chief judge in a popular TV show 'Aap ki Kuchehri', where she resolves domestic problems.

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banjul

Mrs. Kiran Bedi is a fit candidate for the post of Chief Information Commissioner. I strongly recommend her for next CIC.

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A.P.MISRA.

Smt KIRAN BEDI is the right choice as CIC, she has been a bold police officer and people still remember her tenure as Dy.Commissioner of Traffic/Delhi, where she was popularly known as Crane Bedi as she got the vehicles lifted for traffic offences.

 

Incidentally our government does not want straight,bold,right-full officers who can carry on the task with lot of initiative and drive to bring the things to their logical conclusions instead they want weak officers who can toe their line.

 

Although selection of CIC depends upon the Prime Minister,Leader of Opposition & a Union Cabinet Minister, it can be well imagined that who will have the say in the selection.It is therefore very much necessary that Public Opinion should be taken before finalising the name of CIC.

 

All the citizens & activists should strongly campaign for KIRAN BEDI to be next CIC

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jobsp.123

she is the right and only right person to give justice through RTI, she is the personality on which people has trust.

good luck to the great Kiran Bedi

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drsutariya

Kiran Bedi is excellant police officer who work bravely and without any border .She works for people and understand that rules are for people , people are not for rules.

She is the best choice , now we can expect more liberty and more information under RTI.

Dr Sutariya

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manendra l mohbanshi

i have read the note by madhok n say thank 4 that. ,n i think 4 the post no one can stand befor kiran bedi.

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sureshpdd

Surely Kiran Bedi is the right choice of the Post CCIC..........

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jayaharig

it is not a good idea to let the people to select the officers in key points.in my opinion persons are less important but the law the important thing.let it be kiran bedi or any other else let them do their duty as per the laws with out fear everything will work correctly

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virtualmukesh

If we get Mr Shailesh Gandhi Former RTI Activist as CIC, it will be the best option in the history of Indian Democracy and RTI.

Being a Social worker he knows the The RTI act, Rules, working, the tacts to avoid RTI application by IOPs and now have the working experience of CIC office.

 

HE WILL JUSTIFY THE SPIRIT OF RTI ACT 2005.

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harish441

She is worth being CCIC looking at the track record of hers. It will be great if the government thinks in the same way as we all do.

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KRISHANGROVER

Hats off to kiran bedi ji. I prey she should be placed on highest suitable post . She should keep on helping as usual and god bless her.

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dexter

My list of choice would be Shailesh Gandhi, Sri Krishna (former CJI ) etc..

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karira

This poll has outlived its purpose.

 

A new poll will be started when the time comes.

 

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