Youth Against Corruption, Karnataka, a non-political organisation is holding a three-day ‘maha-dharna' across the country from Wednesday, to take up a resolution of Corruption-Free India.
Speaking to presspersons here on Monday, national co-convener of YAC, N. Ravikumar, said a corruption-free government could be formed only when reforms in elections, judiciary, administration, police and education are brought in. The three-day programme features various events on corruption.
Over 3,000 people representing every section of the society will participate. The dharna will be held at Freedom Park from 10.30 a.m.
— Staff Reporter