It’s a shame that educated middle class who are settled in the Urban India still follows the frauds like Kiran Bedi, Aravind Kejriwal & Shanti Bhushan who tried to prove themselves as saviors of India in their talks and included in the corrupt practices on their lives.

1. Kiran Bedi : The person who surprised the audience by performing a Ghoonghat act on Ramlila grounds had inflated her travel expenses and charged her NGO’s and institutions which invite her for the seminars or meetings.

2. Aravind Kejriwal : The person who took paid academic leave and resigned from government service, without serving the obligatory 3 years bond.

3. Shanti Bhushan: The former minister and senior lawyer found to have evaded stamp duty to the tune of Rs 1.35 crore in the purchase of a prime property in Allahabad.

The above infamous persons are well aware of their acts, since they are educated and proved their skills in legal arena.

Shame! Some still follows these people to fight corruption
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2 thoughts on “Shame! Some still follows these people to fight corruption

  • January 7, 2012 at 8:10 AM

    There will be a group of people around lies,more than the people who were fighting for the truth…..

  • January 18, 2012 at 11:42 AM

    From what we see in the news reports and published material the persons mentioned in your blog may have committed misdemonors and they will be paying the penalty for it. But what about the politcians and the criminal politicians who are looting the country for years in spite of all the laws that are there to prevent corruption.The likes of Sukhram and the scores of politicians are becomming rich without paying taxes and reciving bribes for every contract. There is no fear of the consequences. The public mindset has become numb to the corruption around us. At least
    Anna's team has awakened the public !. May be urban middle class, But remember wven the Indian independance struggle was started by the urban educated lot.
    It is shame that every survey conducted by international organisations point out the worst of Indian coruption and ranks the country among the most corrupt countries of the world.
    But for the level of corruption our poor would not have remained this much poor and our farmers may not have committed suicide. There can be no two opinion about whether we have to fight the corruption or not. It is proved beyond doubt that the existing laws are ineffective in combatting the large scale corruption committed by the powerful political establishment. More effective and deterrent laws are required to change the situation. You call it by any name!!

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