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NEW DELHI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL dy.director(Civi) get punishment from CIC

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umauma

Yahoo! Fantastic

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P.Suresh

Exemplary role model verdicts are definitely welcome.

 

There were times when Indians on so called governMINT rolls openly accepted that they are public SERVants. Today, all public are their gulams.

 

All public should be educated on know so called OFFishials in various offices got their rights to get their names scribed on so called pErmanent rolls and what is the basis on which they are lordifying over all and sundry committing all sorts of nuisances, corruption.

 

Public should rise up, lodge complaints when injustices are done on them and help deliver justice irrespective of who, what. No injustice should be tolerated. Is common man's blood so cheap as what these lords think? Law has to be invoked to all apt levels to book crime, corruption, deficiencies.

 

We should definitely reclaim India's glory as a honest, zealous, industrious, generous, just, happy, God fearing, pious society.

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vkgarg

Rampant corruption prevailing in the country forced the lawmakers to understand that there is no way the country can become better without the servants favouring good governance. Under these circumstances, the preamble of the Right to Information Act highlights containing corruption, improving transparency and making servants accountable by empowering citizens to get information..

Thanks Mr. Suresh for your comments.

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