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Jan Lokpal Bill:

Jan Lokpal Bill


Agenda What is Jan Lokpal bill Key Features Difference Between Govt. Lokpal bill and Jan Lokpal Bill

Jan Lokpal bill:

Jan Lokpal bill The Jan Lokpal Bill (Citizen's ombudsman Bill) is a draft anti-corruption bill drawn up by prominent civil society activists seeking the appointment of a Jan Lokpal, an independent body that would investigate corruption cases, complete the investigation within a year and envisages trial in the case getting over in the next one year Anna hazare: a social activist: a campaign for Jan lokpal bill

Key features:

Key features 1. establish a central government anti-corruption institution called Lokpal. 2. supervised by the Cabinet Secretary and the Election Commission. 3. Members will be appointed by judges, Indian Administrative Service officers with a clean record, private citizens and constitutional authorities. 4. A selection committee will invite shortlisted candidates for interviews, videorecordings of which will thereafter be made public 5.  the Lokayukta will publish a list of cases dealt with, brief details of each, their outcome and any action taken or proposed 6. Losses caused to the government by a corrupt individual will be recovered at the time of conviction 7. The existing anti-corruption agencies (CVC, departmental vigilance and the anti-corruption branch of the CBI) will be merged into Lokpal which will have complete power and authority to independently investigate and prosecute any officer, judge or politician.

Jan lokpal bill Vs. Govt. Lokpal Bill:

Jan lokpal bill Vs. Govt. Lokpal Bill Issues The Jan Lokpal Bill Government's Lokpal Bill Prime Minister Can be investigated with permission of seven member Lokpal bench . PM cannot be investigate by Lokpal . Judiciary Can be investigated, though high level members may be investigated only with permission of a seven member Lokpal bench. Judiciary is exempt and will be covered by a separate "judicial accountability bill ". MPs Can be investigated with permission of seven member Lokpal bench Can be investigated, but their conduct within Parliament, such as voting, cannot be investigated Lower bureaucracy All public servants would be included Only Group A officers will be covered Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) The CBI will be merged into the Lokpal The CBI will remain a separate agency . Removal of Lokpal members and Chair Any person can bring a complaint to the Supreme Court, who can then recommend removal of any member to the President . Any "aggrieved party" can raise a complaint to the President, who will refer the matter to the CJI .

Jan lokpal bill Vs. Govt. Lokpal Bill:

Jan lokpal bill Vs. Govt. Lokpal Bill Issues Jan Lokpal Bill Govt. Lokpal Bill Removal of Lokpal staff and officers Complaints against Lokpal staff will be handled by independent boards set-up in each state, composed of retired bureaucrats, judges, and civil society members . Lokpal will conduct inquiries into its own behavior . Lokayukta Lokakyukta and other local/state anti-corruption agency would remain in place . All state anti-corruption agencies would be closed and responsibilities taken over by centralized Lokpal . Whistleblower protection Whistleblowers are protected law . No protection granted to whistleblowers . Punishment for corruption Lokpal can either directly impose penalties, or refer the matter to the courts. Penalties can include removal from office, imprisonment, and recovery of assets from those who benefited from the corruption . Lokpal can only refer matters to the courts, not take any direct punitive actions. Penalties remain equivalent to those in current law .

Campaign Against corruption By Anna:

Campaign Against corruption By Anna In 2011, Hazare initiated a Satyagraha movement for passing a stronger anti-corruption Lokpal (ombudsman) bill in the Indian Parliament as conceived in the Jan Lokpal Bill (People's Ombudsman Bill). The Jan Lokpal Bill was drafted earlier by N. Santosh Hegde , former justice of the Supreme Court of India and Lokayukta of Karnataka, Prashant Bhushan , a senior lawyer in the Supreme Court and Arvind Kejriwal, a social activist along with members of the India Against Corruption movement.

Campaign Against corruption By Anna:

Campaign Against corruption By Anna Today, Anna Hazare is the face of India's fight against corruption. He has taken that fight to the corridors of power and challenged the government at the highest level. People, the common man and well-known personalities alike, are supporting him in the hundreds swelling to the thousands. For Anna Hazare , it is another battle. And he has fought quite a few, Including some as a soldier for 15 years in Indian Army. He enlisted after the 1962 Indo-China war when the government exhorted young men to join the Army.

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