1) I dispute that Anna Hazare and his nominees constitute or represent civil society.
If we examine the 5, we find that each and every one of them is a former public servant or the progeny. Wouls any reasonable person classify this as an unbiased panel.
2) I dispute that we need a LokPal to tackle corruption in the country. What we need is a Constitutional amendment making military service compulsory for every citizen below the age of 30 for "x" number of years. What we need is a movement to throw out / exterminate the foreign parasites and their progeny who drain our national resources like leeches. What we need is a constitutional amendment bestowing the right on each citizen to bear arms / alternatively the repeal of the Arms Act. What we need is honest and autonomous police forces. What we need is for corrupt advocates and judges to be strung up from the nearest lamppost. What we need is a complete repeal of the Representation of the Peoples Act so that a citizen can only be an MP / MLA for 1 term. The wishlist can go on and on. So stop dreaming and start living.
Dear Mr. Sarabjit Roy,
I have been reading your messages which are mostly Anna bashing or
bashing of the other draft committee members of the proposed Lok Pall
Bill representing the civil society, that is us. Mr. Anna Hazare,
Mr. Santosh Hegde, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, Mr. Shashi Bhushan and Mr.
Prashant Bhushan are only members of the committee drafting the
proposed Lok Pal bill. They are neither offered any constitution
post nor they are aspiring for one. Mr. Santosh Hegde served as
Judge of Supreme Court of India and is now Lok Ayuktha of Karnataka
and due to retire soon.
It is a foregone conclusion that India, now considered as one of the
most corrupt nations, needs a strong anti corruption law, the law
which can be enforceable, swift, fast and result oriented. For which
we need to have a strong bill. A deterrent in the first place. The
bill which is devoid of any short comings and loop holes which would
be conveniently exploited to their advantage by the mighty and
powerful. In short, we do not need just another bill which is just
seen or read on papers but remains absolutely unenforceable or
powerless. The toothless tiger.
Mr. Shashi Bhushan has been advocating a strong Lok Pal Bill for the
past 40 years. He understand the dynamics of both politics and also
law. Mr. Prashant Bhushan and also Santosh Hegde are other legal
luminaries. Added with social activists like Mr. Anna Hazare and Mr.
Arvind Kejriwal in the committee, we can atleast hope for a strong and
enforceable bill that would protect the interests of the citizens of
Instead of criticizing the draft committee members, and every other
who is supporting the Lok Pal Bill, I wish you concentrate on the
draft bill with constructive suggestions to make it effective and free
from errors or legal loop holes, get it tabled before the parliament
houses and also get it passed. This would be a great contribution
from your side. To us as a nation and to our coming generations.
S. Anoop Kumar.
On Apr 23, 6:22 pm, Sarbajit Roy <sroy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Sankar
> As I have already asked the concerned Ministry, I need to know why say
> Mr Shanti Bhushan or Mr Anna Hazare is "cleaner" than me. Or
> conversely why I am "dirtier" / "blacker" than they are. It is only
> when every clean and honest citizen of India starts formally demanding
> to know these things (as we are entitled to demand to know in law)
> that there will be transparency in public appointments and clean
> people will be selected.
> Tomorrow if DoPT suggests Mr Shanti Bhushan or Mr Anna Hazare as
> Chief Vigilance Commissioner should we accept this like little sheep ?
> On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 11:15 AM, Sankar Pani
> <sankarprasadp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > could u please suggest few names who do not have any allegation and are
> > absolutely clean and perfect also have competency. It would be better in the
> > interest of the nation if you have anything to the contents of the bill else
> > will just frustrate the purpose of your dream of absolute corruption free
> > nation.
> > On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 10:43 AM, sarbajit roy <sroy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Your statements are grossly objectionable.
> >> 1) It is EASY to find competent people who are absolutely
> >> incorruptible and without any credible allegations against them.
> >> 2) The issue is not about the LokPak Bill's contents or the fashion
> >> it is brought about, BUT about the NEED for it in the first place.
> >> 3) Why should we the people of India settle for "RELATIVELY
> >> LESS CORRUPT or CONTROVERSIAL PEOPLE" ??
> >> You should reconsider the wisdom of statements you make in a
> >> public forum.,
> >> Sarbajit
> >> On Apr 22, 8:56 am, Sankar Pani <sankarprasadp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > If we start finding faults with each and every person, then only god if
> >> > any
> >> > will be eligible in your scale to the Drafting committee.At the present
> >> > juncture we can choose relatively less corrupt or less controversial
> >> > people
> >> > but never possible to find a person who do not have any such allegation.
> >> > to
> >> > me it seems that we have to accept the best in the existing committee
> >> > and
> >> > and should judge the objective of the committee.
> >> > On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 9:14 AM, sarbajit roy <sroy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > > Dear Satishji
> >> > > For the same reason that a mongoose wants to kill a snake.
> >> > > Sarbajit
> >> > > On Apr 22, 8:27 am, Satish Kumar Kapoor <kapoorsat...@yahoo.com>
> >> > > wrote:
> >> > > > Dear Sarbajit
> >> > > > Why u want to kill drafting committee?
> >> > > > S.K.Kapoor
> >> > > > ________________________________
> >> > > > sense ?
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