A single-point programme cannot solve the problem of corruption, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said here on Tuesday. She was making public, for the first time, her views on the ongoing agitation by anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare and his supporters for an amended Lokpal Bill in Parliament by August 30.

“We are totally against corruption, but a one-point programme cannot solve this problem… There is need for a comprehensive package which includes judicial, administrative, electoral reforms, recovery of black money and prevention of misuse of government money,” she told journalists.

“There is no system to monitor and coordinate the spending of money given by the government,” Ms. Banerjee said, adding the reforms she was referring to “are directly connected with corruption and should be sorted out immediately.”