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Set up Lokayukta to end corruption: Anna Hazare

By The Assam Tribune
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ITANAGAR, Dec 17 - Social activist Anna Hazare on Saturday advocated for immediate constitution of Lokayukta in Arunachal Pradesh to end corruption in all spheres.

Addressing a public gathering here which was christened as Anna�s satyagraha here, the anti-corruption crusader said that after covering all States, his tour will culminate in New Delhi on March 23 with a mass dharna.

His tour to various States was apolitical to interact with the masses to know the status of development and their grievances, he said.

�The pothole ridden State capital road whose many stretches were damaged by landslides was horrible while naked electric poles standing tall all along reflecting the level of development,� the 80-year-old social activist said.

�These are minor problems in every State which the respective government could solve but ignorance is the hallmark of present day governance,� Hazare said.

�There cannot be development without participation of the people,� he said.

�Democracy is powerful if the political parties rise above blame game to serve with sincerity, commitment and dedication,� he said. � PTI

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Set up Lokayukta to end corruption: Anna Hazare

ITANAGAR, Dec 17 - Social activist Anna Hazare on Saturday advocated for immediate constitution of Lokayukta in Arunachal Pradesh to end corruption in all spheres.

Addressing a public gathering here which was christened as Anna�s satyagraha here, the anti-corruption crusader said that after covering all States, his tour will culminate in New Delhi on March 23 with a mass dharna.

His tour to various States was apolitical to interact with the masses to know the status of development and their grievances, he said.

�The pothole ridden State capital road whose many stretches were damaged by landslides was horrible while naked electric poles standing tall all along reflecting the level of development,� the 80-year-old social activist said.

�These are minor problems in every State which the respective government could solve but ignorance is the hallmark of present day governance,� Hazare said.

�There cannot be development without participation of the people,� he said.

�Democracy is powerful if the political parties rise above blame game to serve with sincerity, commitment and dedication,� he said. � PTI