Is This the Result of fighting against curruption:
Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare’s health has deteriorated with his blood pressure shooting up and heart beat becoming irregular. A check-up by the doctors also revealed that Hazare, who is sitting on fast for three days at the MMRDA ground in Mumbai, had fever.
Government is keeping a close watch on the health condition of Hazare.
An ambulance has been called in even as the Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan appealed to him to call off his fast.
The veteran social activist has been ignoring requests from his close associates to call off his hunger strike.
Anna’s health report showed that his fever has come down by 1 Fahrenheit and is now at 101 Fahrenheit.
What will be th e result.?
Why INDIAN GOVERNMENT IT DEPARTMENT IS POOR:
According to my Knowledge, I have try to verify my PAN in Income tax Department of India But the Serve for this service is not working. Is not maintained till.
So, Can a person say that government is working good for people.
Is Our Government Working as they Shoud?
Is they following rule according to this symbol?
There are lots of question for the Government of India.
Anna Hazare vows new protests over Lokpal bill:
Anna Hazare, who stoked public anger at India’s scandal-prone leaders this year, threatened on Thursday to renew protests at what he sees as watering down of the Lokpal bill, a move that could blight the government’s New Year election drive.
Hazare, 74, said he will gather supporters to picket the homes of ruling party leaders Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi, and aims to get arrested to highlight demands for a powerful, graft-fighting ombudsman, the Lokpal.
Hazare’s anti-corruption agenda has kept Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the ropes since January, impacting the pace of economic reform in Asia’s third largest economy as it battles high inflation and slowing economic growth.
“Sonia Gandhi says the bill is strong. If it is so, let her come out and debate with us in front of media,” Hazare told reporters in his home village. “Convince the people of the country that it is strong. We will explain how it is not strong.”
The government presented the bill to create the new ombudsman on Thursday in Parliament, but disruption by opposition parties over details slowed proceedings. Hazare’s team wants the bill redrafted to make the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) an arm of the new watchdog.
The push for the bill follows a series of corruption cases in the past two years highlighted by the 2G spectrum scandal.
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Anna Hazare on Sunday directly blamed Home Minister P Chidambaram for his arrest on August 16 when he was to launch his fast and claimed that there was a plan to bundle him out of the capital as was done to Yoga guru Ramdev.
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Parliamentary panel finalises Lokpal bill
New Delhi: A parliamentary standing committee examining the Lokpal bill has finalised its draft amidst growing dissent from members, including three Congress MPs. The report is likely to be tabled in parliament Friday, sources said.
The three congress members who dissented, asking for inclusion of group C employees under the Lokpal are Deepa Dasmunshi, P.T. Thomas and Meenakshi Natarajan.
Panel chairman Abhishek Singhvi said the issue of bringing the prime minister under the Lokpal has been left to parliament. He also said the many dissenting notes given by members on various issues would be reflected in the report.
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Lalu Prasad Yadav, meanwhile, opposed giving constitutional status to the Lokpal, demanding reservation for dalits, backward castes and the minorities in all panels of the Lokpal.
However, sources said there was general agreement in the panel that the Lokpal should have constitutional status.