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“Hang us if you feel we are tainted, but bring Lokpal Bill”

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Arvind Kejriwal. File photo
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Arvind Kejriwal. File photo

Even as the trustee-cum-travel agent who handled Team Anna member Kiran Bedi's travel account quit her NGO washing his hands off the controversy over inflated bills, activist Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday alleged that the government had mounted a smear campaign against them to divert attention from the Lokpal Bill.

“Probe us, hang us if you feel we are tainted, but bring the Lokpal Bill,'' he said speaking to journalists here.

To take stock of the situation, the core committee will meet here on Saturday. It is not clear yet, if activist Anna Hazare will come out of his self-imposed vow of silence to chair the meeting.

On the agenda will be issues like Ms. Bedi's demeanour in charging inflated travel bills from her hosts, lawyer Prashant Bhushan's remarks on plebiscite in Kashmir, the notices from the Income Tax department to Mr. Kejriwal for dues and disassociation of two members from the anti-Congress campaign before the winter session of Parliament when the amended Lokpal Bill is expected to be tabled.

Seeking to defend the members of Team Anna, Mr. Kejriwal bemoaned that “first there was mud-slinging against them and then fingers were pointed at them to say that they were tainted.''

On activist Swami Agnivesh's charge that India Against Corruption (IAC) donations were deposited in Public Cause Research Foundation (PCRF) run by him and were un-audited still, Mr. Kejriwal said the IAS was a “movement'' not an institution. “It is well-known that PCRF was working as a secretariat for IAC. All accounts had been audited till March, 2011. For the rest, auditors found it difficult to audit accounts for six months, even so, to maintain transparency they are working on it and audited accounts will be out by October 31.''

Alleging that core committee members were being “targeted'' by the government, he said, “Income tax authorities collected Ms. Bedi's travel documents and fed information to the Indian Express. Is the IT department's only job, to pull out files against Team Anna and leak them to the media? And, in a population of 120 crore people, can only saints and sadhus raise a voice against corruption?''

Questioned about the moral high ground assumed by Team Anna in its fight against corruption, he lashed out, “Whether Kiran Bedi has paid bills or not has become a national issue. If Kiran Bedi has committed a crime, hang her, send her to jail but talk about the Lokpal Bill. What has the mud-slinging on us as individuals got to do with the Lokpal Bill? The government must understand that their ways and methods are increasing the anger amongst people. If this continues then the next movement will be 10 times bigger [than Ramlila ground].''

Asked about Congress leader Digvijay Singh's allegation that the Anna movement was close to RSS, Mr. Kejriwal declined to comment on Mr. Singh.

Meanwhile, the Congress dismissed Mr. Hazare's charges that those in the government were behind the campaign against his team and expressed hurt at the use of phrase “gang of four” in the government by him.

Law Minister Salman Khursheed, however, said there should be no encouragement for discord between civil society and the government.

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Kiran Bedi could have accepted her mistake instead defending not so moral stand. Then, if we say only 200% clean persons can fight against corruption, it will never happen. It is time to stand up and support who ever fighting against corruption. We should stand by Kiran and other team members.

from:  Jayan
Posted on: Oct 29, 2011 at 12:02 IST

Governement deviating the issue on passing lokpal bill by playing all this cheap tricks. Aravind is right. just prove it, if kiran bedi did mistake

from:  shilpa reddy
Posted on: Oct 28, 2011 at 19:15 IST

While I do not condone Bedi's behavior, our government administration is looting crores from taxpayers. Officials misuse their vehicles, power, influence, go abroad on useless trips etc. all the time. Bedi, even if guilty is misusing private money. Can you show me a poor politician? Why isn't Congress going after states where they are ruling? AP is voted as number one in terms of corruption in the country. There is absolutely no governance, Lok ayuktha or any inquiry against anybody. YSR and sons looted the state to the core. Emaar scam, Jagan, Obulapuram, Polavaram, T-scam (paying off TRS and others to keep their agitations to a minimum) etc. the list goes on.

from:  Sridhar
Posted on: Oct 28, 2011 at 11:54 IST

OK.. let's assume there is substance in the allegations leveled against Anna's team. What next? Should we get disillusioned and weaken our stance for the implementation of Jan Lokpal bill (which is exactly what the vested interests of the ruling elite want)! After thirty plus long years, since the lay Indians came in droves to oppose tooth and nail the unilateral imposition of emergency by Indira Gandhi, we are seeing the build up of a mammoth force trying to proactively achieve some thing. Let us not forget that this FORCE has the potentiality to change the destiny of India for good.

from:  M.R.Prabodh
Posted on: Oct 27, 2011 at 21:41 IST

I see more and more opinions are now being aired even by educated
people on what Bhushan, Kejriwal or Bedi should do or should not do.
Congress is working on a well thought out plan, i.e. Discredit the
leaders of the IAC, rightly or wrongly: Indians will lap it all up. In
course of time, nearly two years to the coming elections this method
would have dented credibility of the IAC sufficiently to reduce it to
a mere irritant that will hardly affect their winning chances. We
common people need to keep our eyes and ears open. Our AIM IS TO GET A
STRONG JAN LOK PAL BILL, no matter who gets it. We want a corruption
free country...YES or NO? Glass houses, saints, travel bills and so on
are irrelevant to the larger cause of ridding ourselves of Kodas,
Rajas, Marans and a host of others sitting in the Government who are
not yet probed: not because they are not corrupt, but simply because
they control all the investigative agencies who are authorized to look
into shady deals. Countrymen Careful

from:  Colonel Vijay Rajdhan
Posted on: Oct 27, 2011 at 21:37 IST

If the cause / issue is correct, it does not matter, who is raising it, Team Anna has brought the issue of corruption at the forefront, it has started rolling, now the " gang of four " can not stop it, who will review the travel bill of the gang of four

from:  Sambhunath Bhattacharya
Posted on: Oct 27, 2011 at 19:23 IST

Today's Indian masses from every class, creed, sect, rich, poor want this straight talk not Government's political statements. This shows how committed Anna team is. Say what ever or do what ever we need LokPal .... I think its time Indian Media should start understanding that in today's times people don't have time to watch entire PM speech from read front in days of tweets or even have any hard time to read an entire email when encrypted SMS conveys the same. Today's India want action fist then speeches. Congress and Indian News Media should wake or else will lose ground soon and would be late.

from:  Ahmed
Posted on: Oct 27, 2011 at 00:49 IST

kiran bedi saved the money by travelling in economy class although
getting commercial class journey ticket.this money will be added in her
NGO account.the NGO which have got national,and international
recognition for welfare of women empowerment and work for drug addicts
reform.she maintaines the transparency.hense she took right decision.
our leaders can also do such type of journey and can save public money
which can be used for public welfare.

from:  avinash vishvakarma
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 22:11 IST

Aravind Kejriwal has offered not only his head but also the heads
of other Lokpal activities.This offer is laughable since we are
discussing about withdrawing the capital punishment.We do need his
activity in getting the lokpal and his head.If he feels he could offer
his body to the hospitals for research purposes at a latter date.
But at least it has helped to make the readers know about the offer
King Kumanan as described in the Tamil classic Purananuru centuries ago.
The king Kumaman was exiled by his wicked brother and Kumanan was a
great poet Perumthalai seethanar met him in the forest
and asked for alms.The king had no money but he gave his sword to
the poet and asked him to cut his head and take it to his brother
and get the award from him.The poet took the sword went to the brother and explained the greatness of the king to the brother and changed his heart.The Lokpal activist would have to hung his head
before Kumanan.

from:  seshachalam gopalakrishnan
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 20:38 IST

Govt. is finding insiders in the movement against corruption to target
those who are threatening the govt. Those insiders, though not corrupt
are giving in to their ego (like Agnivesh, other two who left team
Anna). Those who quit the movement are naive enough not to understand
that these minor issues are insignificant compared to corruption. They
shouldn't have quit. This just proves that they are weak. however,
those like Kejrivawal and Bedi who are strong, are being targeted and
irrelevant issues are raised (of course by congress and allies).

from:  Karthik
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 19:52 IST

if this is not a clear case of abuse of power by the ruling party, then what is?

from:  Raja
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 14:43 IST

No wonder why the Westerner's say that Indians are always arguing among themselves, and are people with small heart. I looked at many of your comments in an article regarding Kiran Bedi's NGO's so-called 'Mishap'. A lot of them commenting (even though TOI which is considered a far more pro-Congress media vehicle, had many more comments on the same article, and over 95% thrashing the Congress at the Center, accusing them of small talk), and your newspaper showing even numbers of comments (those that opposed against those that wrote for) that Kiran and Anna must come clean, and not argue about this case. Indians must look at objectivity as a principle (which i find largely missing), and let's not divert our attention (as Arvind is saying) as that is exactly what the Congress, and it's media vehicle want to propogate. Media cannot be objective till we as people don't become objective, as we make the media, and not the other way around. The Hindu too is losing it's charm lately. Sad.

from:  Sunit Jang Bahadur
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 13:37 IST

THE Anna Team is the spirit of Indian Constitution and these members are prisoners of their own conscience and any attempt to divert the attention of entire Nation from corruption related issues and smear the public image of Team Anna will be considered as fake encounters of prisoners of conscience for their social and just cause.

from:  Ranchhodbhai brahmabhatt
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 13:30 IST

My only interest in Team Anna or any other party supporting the movement against corruption is:

1. Are they true to the cause of a strong Lokpal?
2. Do they have the leadership bandwidth to carry the movement?

Their personal integrity becomes a concern only if it creates doubts about their commitment to the cause and if they have a vested interest in it. Since team Anna has made it abundantly clear that they will not join the Lokpal, their integrity as it concerns the creation of the Lokpal is beyond doubt. The fact that their fight has attracted such minute examination of all their financial dealings is a risk that they have run without any benefit to themselves and is a great sacrifice on their part.

from:  Javed Ahmed
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 13:20 IST

Two simple points to ponder by them:

1. In many interviews, Mrs. Kiran Bedi used these terms "corrupt way" (government way) "honest way" (her and team Anna's way). If they follow "honest way", this honesty should be reflected in their all actions and activities.

2. It is also reported that Kejriwal's NGO has collected more than Rs 2 crore as donations and contributions from the public. One may also raise a question whether people who got education from highly reputed institutions, is their job in this country to beg money from the public and run their own affairs by establishing NGOs?

Should not these NGOs be subjected to public audit and investigations.

from:  Prem
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 13:12 IST

let allegation moves it's own way. but the govt has the responsibility
of realize lokpal.

from:  musthafa
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 13:12 IST

The 125 years Congress Party has vast experience in attacking its rivals and many a times it has succeeded. Now, the Congress is directly attacking the people who fights against the corruption and wants a powerful janlok pal. There are hundreds of IAS,IPS,IRS and IFS officers who have resigned from their jobs without settling the dutes to the Government of India. Moreover, Mr. Arvind Kejrival has taken 2 years leave only for preparing the RTI Act, 2005 and not for his higher education.

from:  Mallikarjuna Rao
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 13:11 IST

Very true. If team ANNA did something wrong, punish them. And punish all our politicians who had amassed millions, if not billions under the cover of Parliamentary privileges !

from:  Viswanath C
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 12:45 IST

The government seems hell bent on not passing the much-demanded-by- majority-Indians Lokpal Bill and is using diversionary tactics to prevent the inevitable.

Appreciate Mr.Arvind Kejriwal's challenge to the government to probe against them for any wrong doing at the same time insisting on passing the Lokpal bill. Does any politician have the guts to offer similar challenge? They only bring disgrace to our Country and its nationals world over.

from:  Ashwin.K
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 12:43 IST

Probe them, punish them if they tainted, but bring the Lokpal Bill.

from:  Suresh
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 12:28 IST

What is becoming clear is that Team Anna is increasingly suffering from the lack of credibility and its high moral ground is getting eroded day by day.

from:  Narendran
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 12:08 IST

Kegriwal has to talk about Lok pal bill.Talking too much and get trapped
. Kegriwal went ahead and tried to canvass against congress. Wait till
monsoon session and then push congress to the wall.

from:  Indian
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 11:53 IST

I think Mr.kejriwal acting too much.......................First they should come out with clean hands. Then they will teach.

from:  Jahirudeen
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 11:44 IST

This gentleman thinks too much of himself as if he is an AVATAR for anti-corruption movement.

from:  umagandhi
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 11:34 IST

what is all this? first kejriwal attacked by a congress worker,then many fraud charges is being imposed on them. this despicable work done by congress reflects its frustration. actully congress does not want to bring strong lokpal bill,because it knows that if bill is passed this will implicate its own partymen. so team anna should proceed ahead with cautious steps.

from:  anurag
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 11:16 IST

If a Govt. servant commits a crime / wrong doing he /
she will be tried under Strong Jan Lokpal. What about you holy cows
(Corporates, NGO's, Pvt. Sector, etc) so called Civil Society. Instead
of continuing Maun Vrath, they opened their mouth and faced the wrath.
Ultimately our PM put his leg on the hearts of Anna supporters by
considering Pvt. Sector / NGO's under Lokpal ambit, which you most of
the Netizens disagree

from:  Nagraj
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:59 IST

The way this is being reported makes it look like the Income Tax Department is demanding arrears of income tax from Kejriwal. This has nothing to do with taxes. The Income Tax Department is his former employer and is demanding that he return the pay drawn by him while on study leave. Kejriwal disputes the demand. It has nothing to do with areas of taxes.

from:  Hilary Pais
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:58 IST

Quite often arguments divide and distract people from the core issue of
corruption. We must not forget that the movement against corruption will not only
benefit Anna and team but also all Indians, even including corrupted( in the long
run for them..) So let us not be sidelined from the prime issue by too many
arguments and noises. Congress men have appeared to defend themselves from the
movement naturally as it is proving to be against top layers of their leaders.
There are many good honest politicians among congress too but handicapped by the
top coterie in the party.

from:  Pothan Chandran
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:54 IST

Sorry buddy. All the big talk and emotional blackmailing does not hide
the fact that something is not right with the team members. Do you
really think Kiranji has done ethically right thing by inflating the
travel bills? Will you support similar practice if carried out by any
Govt. official. It is preposterous to suggest that the she did it to
help her NGO and hence is noble cause. Probably she is caught this
time and hence the Team is building this emotional frenzy. I feel
really sorry for people like me who had reposed faith in "Team Anna"
based on good image of Annaji. But still all is not lost. The movement
can still regain its credibility if it can get rid of people like you
and KB who have got very high ambitions. For the sake of movement
please get out and try real politics which is your ultimate goal.

from:  Rajiv
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:51 IST

With the advantages of being in office and having the media on its side, any political party in power can put its vocal critics in trouble and thereby try to silence them. The Congress party, having all such advantages,is doing just that. But will they succeed? Time only will tell! But the all too clear disgust of the people with corruption in the government, it will be a difficult task.

from:  K.Vijayakumar
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:36 IST

Congress party is investing a lot in defaming the team that follows Anna. Whole of
humanity is corrupt. It would be foolish think Team Anna is clean. But they want to
change and want to do something about this scourge whereas Congress wants to
point the finger. People in modern western democracies are corrupt too but they
have put in place efficient systems to have a smooth functioning of common man's
daily life and needs.

from:  P.N.Shreeniwas
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:28 IST

He is saying so because he knows in India even murderers are not hanged.
You can fool some people some time, but not all the people all the time.

from:  janakiraman
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:23 IST

As Arvind Kejriwal says, stick to the 'issues'. And the 'issues' are just one.....STRONG LOKPAL BILL!!!! Cheap Congress politicians, their accusations against Team Anna are like comparing someone 'picking their nose in public' to 'defecating in a public park in broad daylight' Do you think these petty accusations will divert our attention from the 'issue'? With people like Tiwari and Renuka Chaudhari as spokespersons, Congress needs to stop scoring 'own goals'; they already have assigned that task to these two, lol!!

from:  Arvinder Sodhi
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 10:11 IST

Team Anna should remember that the wheels of Justice grind slowly but
they grind exceedingly small. They should know that the whole of India
is watching the cat-and-mouse game the Congress and the UPA is playing
with them. When the people see fit to respond, they will make sure that
by the time they are done giving their response to this blatant
aggression shown by the Congress against Indians, people like Digvijay
Singh, Manish Tewari, Kapil Sibal and the rest of them will wish they'd
abdicated gracefully whilst they still had the chance.

from:  Aritra Gupta
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:49 IST

The congress party is out to distract public attention on the main and pertinent issue of corruption in govts,stashing of ill-got money in foreign banks by politicians of all hues,governance deficit,lack of transperancy in govt functioning and electoral malpractice, for which annaji is leading the movement, by focussing on trivialised issues.the fact is that congress is apprehensive of the fall-out of the movement and massive support of the public for a corruption free India during ensuing elections.the fact is that there are many a skeletons in the govt cupboard.the congress has in fact no issues nor any long term policy to run the govt for a full term.the annaji team should stay focussed on the jan lok pal bill and nothing else , they will receive overwhelming oublic support.the media should also stay focussed on the same issue.

from:  asok saran
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:38 IST

While the lokpal matter is under active consideration of standing
committee, this daily cry over 'bring my janlokpal bill' is not a
healthy sign. A half-baked lokpal will be totally useless, its better to
wait and focus on a robust bill. Secondly, the team members need to stop
using double standards when it comes to their own corruption. Anna
Hazare ji must be candid enough to call spade-a-spade. This self imposed
maun-vrat seems to be a ploy to avoid uncomfortable questions from the
media but nobody can shy away from reality forever.

from:  Sanjay
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:27 IST

It's quite disappointing that the civil rights activists has problems within themselves.At this point of time they should maintain the unity and their only focus should be the jan lokpal bill rather than mud-slinging on each other.The other point is that the team anna member should avoid to comment on the situation like Kashmir referendum otherwise they would lose the support of the people.

Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:15 IST

Following are the findings of Congress:-

1. Now it is coming up and saying Anna is Politically ambitious and indirectly supporting BJP/RSS.

--> Every one knows Anna Hazare is current Mahatma Gandhi. If Gandhi was politically biased, then Anna Hazare is so.

2. Kiran Bedi's Travel Issue
--> Meger 30,000/- rupees?. not the case to show that Kiran Bedi is tainted. Every one knows who's behind it and every one knows Kiran Bedi is honest.

3. Prashant Bhushan Case

--> it was a small mistake committed by Prashant Bhushan and still he is not a corrupt.

Overall they knew that, if they bring Lokpal bill, congress will wash away and if they dont bring the lokpal bill, they cannot win because Anna and his team is working against congress.

This is why congress is making a indirect attack on
Anna & Team and we are all with Arivand, Anna Team and his statement is very honest. Let any politician come out and publicly say that, if he is found corrupt, people can hang him.

from:  ravishankarbv
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:09 IST

While I appreciate Team Anna in their fight against corruption, it is
really pathetic to read the words Mr. Kejriwal says "...can only saints
and sadhus raise their voice against corruption." Well, is it not
rightly said that "people living in glass houses should not throw stones
at others." The people are with Anna but if they find that Anna group
also has 'corrupted people' they would think twice before supporting him
in future. It is a general understanding that people who raise their
voice against anything at all should be clean themselves.

from:  James Christopher
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:07 IST

Minor aberration of team anna should be ignored in the larger interest of the nation. Nation has to be free of CORRUPTION committed by POLITICIAN-BUREAUCRAT-BUSINESSMAN nexus.right to recall right to reject police reforms etc has to be done under the leadership of anna and Politician of all political parties are against these reforms because they will be worst affected by anna's movement and hence they are using all tricks in the book to derail/malign the movement .

from:  prasan
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 09:01 IST

Perceptions vary sometimes as to what is right and what is wrong. In
such cases the courts can decide. In a society steeped in unethical
outlook and indiscretions so common, sometimes may be inadvertent
mistakes are possible even by genuine people.

When Anna's team is willing to submit themselves to probe and punishment
it is up to the government to follow the right course rather indulge in
empty mud-slinging.

from:  Narasimha Rao Jakkamsetty
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 08:30 IST

Kiran Bedi could have charged the actual travel expenditure and asked the agencies to give donations.

from:  S N IYER
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 08:27 IST

Good strategic stance to divert attention from Kiran Bedi's airticket contributions to the great fight against corruption! Yes, Arvind Khejrival, Indians are foolish enough to fall for such emotionsl gimmics!!

from:  Chitra Elangovan
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 08:12 IST

I entirely agree with Mr. Kejriwal.
And there too many sycophants and prosperous corrupt politicians and bureaucrats in
power in our country.

from:  Hari Mohan singh
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 08:07 IST

Thanks. I was expecting this type of reply from our civil society. Their intention is not to pass the Lokpal bill in the winter session too.

from:  Dipankar Mondal
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 07:41 IST

Mistake is a mistake. Those who live in glass houses should not throw
stones at others.Bedi should accept the mistake and not keep
defending her mistake on the electronic media.

from:  P.Tauro
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 07:07 IST

The practices adopted by some of the members of team Anna are petty and do not deserve so much of media attention. But when such unethical acts are done by those who lead the crusade against corruption, people are concerned whether they are worthy of the cause they are espousing. Ms. Bedi even when caught for making false claims, more than 30, for expenses not incurred by her, was justifying her conduct, ostensibly done for a good cause; for Ms Bedi 'means' are of no importance provided the 'end' was right! Only when former Chief Justice J S Verma and Justice Hegde, an Anna team member condemned her action, she relented to refund the excess amount claimed to the hosts. Likewise, transferring huge amounts from Anna's NGO to Mr. Khejriwal's own, is not a transparent action. No one wants to hang them for such cheap practices. But these show their true colour and therefore forfeit the right to criticise the politicians and lead the anti-corruption movement.

from:  C S JACOB
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 06:54 IST

Robbing Paul to pay Peter cannot be defended. Ms Kiran Bedi could be answerable on technicalities, for her Robin-Hoodiyan act. The print and the electronic media, therefore, are justified in informing the Public about the truth because it exists.

from:  Vasoo Kamulkar
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 05:44 IST

Every NOBLE movement faces opposition from vested interests. Anna Hazare team should have thought about it before starting the campaign. Now they should not go back, do not flicker, face the opposition, go forward, they will succeed. Their movement is noble, in the interest of country. People are with them in spite of the fact the vested interests , who are opposing them, will mislead the people more vigorously in future. Be FIRM.

from:  Brij B Lal
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 05:27 IST

Arvind Kejriwal is on the ticket. We want the lok pal bill to be passed regardless of all high falutin arguments against it and mud sprayin by the mainstream media.

from:  Rufus.d
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 04:36 IST

This is not the way for shri Kejriwal to go to press to say "hang us",etc as if the govt run by UPA is at fault for all?! He is not behaving like a gentlemen in a NGO organisation headed by Anna Hazare which the Indian Public would like.

from:  c.g.venkatesan
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 04:27 IST

My advice to these self apponted guardians of nation's anti-cooruptiopn campaign is to behave in a sane, patriotic and mature manner. The govt has said not only once but on many occasions that it will introduce the Lok Pal Bill in the coming winter session of the parliament. Why are they unnecessirily behaving like spoiled children and giving threats almost every day. Their own misdeeds are now coming to the public notice. Are they perturbed to lose their importance?

from:  Virendra Sharma
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 03:54 IST

Rather than making political statement, let them publish all the things in the in the public. They have to specifically show the accounts which are reported as wrongdoing in the media. Once they come out with the clean hand, others will automatically believe in this movement. What is irritating is the statements from Bedi. People are expecting very clean image from this gang. Even a single iota of dot will cast very wrongly on them.

from:  Vinoo
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 02:58 IST

Well, Looks like the Divide-and-Rule is working yet again, and again against Indians. The Govt. and its Propaganda wing were somewhat successful in diverting the attention of common people from Loakpal Bill to other lesser important issues. I guess enough of detours, lets get back to the main agenda please.

from:  Vignesh B
Posted on: Oct 26, 2011 at 01:56 IST
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