A round table on ‘corruption-free India - role of youth' has urged the youth to raise their voice against the corruption in the country.

The Youth Against Corruption (YAC) organised the rouble-table meeting here on Sunday.

On the occasion, Kerala former chief secretary M.G.K. Murthy said that the youth should come forward to work dedicatedly and sincerely to root out corruption. The corruption was high in urban areas compared to villages, he said.

The YAC passed few resolutions at the round-table.

It wanted the government to ink on anti-corruption agreement of United Nations. The YAC demanded the government to take necessary measures to bring back the black money stashed in Swiss accounts, and declare it as national property.

The government should withdraw Rs.1,000 and Rs. 500 notes to end black money, it said.

Noted advocate Y. Lokanatha Sarma, Poura Samaja Vedika leader T. Premnath, industrialist M. Narayana Prasad, Bharat Swabhiman Trust district president Mahendra Singh Sahwney, YAC East Andhra Pradesh convener Ganta Venkata Prasad and others were present.

Meanwhile, the Poura Samaja Vedika conducted a people ballot on corruption at SRR College, Siddhartha Public School, Polytechnic College, IGMC, Press Club and Durga Puram. As many as 945 people belonging to different walkers associations participated in the ballot.

The Vedika would conduct similar ballot at Milk Factory premises on Tuesday, and at Bar Association and Vastralata on July 20.

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