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Anti-Corruption : Duites of the Media & the Masses

For the Media : - 1. It Is Well Known To You That The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword .....




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For the Media : -

1. It Is Well Known To You That The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword And It Rests Upon You To Protect This Country From This Vicious Circle Yours Is The Powerful Means To Focus These Issues To The Public And You Are the Mirror Image Of People’s Ambition.
2. Encourage Investigative Journalism There By Working For Their Welfare Through People’s Co-Operation.
3. Inspire And Motivate The People By Creating Awareness Among People About The Peaceful Crusade Against Corruption And Make Time Lively.
4. It Is Largely Upon You To Extirpate The Evil Of Corruption Under The Wheels Of Juggernaut.


For the Masses : -

1. Discourage And Curb Corrupt Practices And Not Fall In Line with Illegal Means To Get A Favor.
2. Getting Work Done In Speedy And Easy Manner, The People Should In No Way Bolster Corruption.
3. It Is To Be Remembered That Proffering Bribe Is Also Crime.
4. If Proper Service Is Being Rejected To You Through Bureaucrats , Take It In Writing The Reasons For Rejection From Them. Submit All Requisite Certificates With In The Stipulated Time.
5. Please Do Not Try To Evade Taxes By Greasing The Palm Of The Corrupt Officials. Take Receipt After Paying The Taxes. The Tax Paid By You Is Used For The Development Of Your Country.
6. Don’t Forget To Take Receipt/Bill For Each Article You Purchase And File The Receipt/Bill.
7. If You Are Asked Bribes From Persons Of Political And Bureaucratic Set-ups, Inform It To The Higher Ups, Or Air It Through Press With Out Any Fear, Don’t forget your fundamental Rights, Use your Rights .
8. Foster Your Wards In A Most Selfless, Moral, And Altruistic Manner.
9. Never Try To Get A Favor From Government Schemes Which Are Unconcerned To You In Any Way.
10. Never Strive To Get Easy Money, It Is An Unbecoming Act.
11. Never Fall Prey To The Corrupt Politicians For Their Money And Wine.
12. Develop Spirituality In Heart To Become A Good Citizen And Bring Mother India Out Of Woods From The Vicious Circle For Good Of The Future Generations.
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In a country reeking in corruption, inefficiency and lawless and disorder, I wonder if anyone has the time or capacity to even comprehend and follow the Dos and Donts mentioned by you above.
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What you feel, No corruption in our civil society.In our country, Nearly 90% population are corrupt since at least 1000 years.That was the only reason, Why India remained under Muslims & British rule for so long.Don't you want to fight the war against corruption with the help of corrupt Indian society members?If you are really serious about your anti-corruption drive, Fight in Netaji Shubash Chand Bose's way of armed war.I would be always with you.
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I am 100% with you what you feel in fact you have point out the thing with wisdom and very structured manner.
Media now a days can do miracles if the focus can be moved on the right things like Anti corruption,Health,education,sprituality despite of promoting vulgarity,useless advertisements,unrelevent news like "chhage pe billi",gossips on filmstars.
This was the media who has compel the government to jailed the accused of Jasica who was the model,what about lacks of Kissan commit suicide??????hwere is the media for this people???

Media is best and easiest way of awareness..depends what is the aim and focus.

Jai Hind
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thanks 4 info
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Its not about war or getting the do's and don'ts done....it about stopping the corruption in future...what has happened in the past..make it history and move on...PROUD INDIAN...the duties of media and masses needs to be redfined and the bill what Anna Hazare is talking about serves this purpose the best...These corrupt politicians have millions of rupees in foreign banks and are very well aware of teh loop hole in our judiciary system..plug that loop hole...and fear of getting caught, charged and procecuted should be the first thing in their minds before they accept or make more money for themselves....LETS ALL JOIN ANNA HAZARE......
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While the question of corruption and its eradication appears to have occupied the minds of all those who care, the government is trying to find ways and means of obfuscating it from the public vision. After somehow weathering it out in the parliament, the government has been bestowed on a platter an opportunity to dramatize cricket. If India had not got into the semis, there would not have been this stage managed drama foisted on the nation by Dr. MMS. This gives him a unique opportunity to deflect our attention from corruption/black money and all that to cricket which has just a passing interest for the toiling masses who are burdened with corruption on every pore of his life. We have witnessed these dramatic interludes in the past as well. They haven't achieved anything for the country except some high sounding expressions of platitude emanating from both sides of the border. We shall not be carried away by this cacophony of cricket and will keep our energy rivetted on 5th April when Anna Hazare is going to undertake that fast at Jantar Mantar. We will pull the government down on to the earth from the high pedestal of cricket and wake it from its reverie. LETS MARCH ON TO JANTAR MANTAR.
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