Caste your Vote- Exercise your Right- End Corruption
The MRGG Appeal to the Indian Voter made 15 years ago might have been one of the lesser molecules in the catalyst that brought down the government. Even at that time corruption had reached unbelievable heights in the Congress-led government. The Appeal was translated into Hindi, Urdu, Bengali and several other regional languages. What is more, civil servants, including the Commissioner of a Division not far from Delhi had 10,000 copies of the Appeal printed and distributed. May be it should again be distributed in the current assembly elections and the elections to follow. If affirmative, please disseminate. vinod saighal Maj Gen Vinod Saighal, Convenor Movement for Restoration of Good Government & Trustee National Network for India NDTV: Pranab and Advani promise Lokpal Bill Photo slideshow of Anna Hazare's Crusade to crush cozy comfort of corruption
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