Whether new incumbent will make any initiatives against Growing corruption in the system.

Now our dear friend submitted representation before new prime minister with the hope that he will pay the attention to his grievances as he assured the protection of constitutional provisions in his election rhetoric.
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Dear Prime minister, I wish you very congratulations and look forward your action towards the transparency and accountability in Indian state and central government recruitment. I wanted to bring your kind attention on the corruption in Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission’s staff recruitment. Here I have given you the link that it contains the online signatures of 140 Indian citizens all over the world to make sure of the transparency in staff recruitment in TNPSC, the web link http://chn.ge/17zzC0e. So I request you to follow the common citizen’s suggestion in the link and take up our country to the next level. Thank you. Sincerely, Sudalai Kumar, CSIR SRF, UoH, Hyderabad. Thanking you,

Fill the brain with high thoughts, highest ideals, place them day and night before you, and out of that will come great work-Swami Vivekananda

Refs. Online petition Web petition link, http://chn.ge/17zzC0e of 140 indian citizens opinion. Grievance for Registration No: PRSEC/E/2014/06325 Hon’ble CM office Tamilnadu Reference Number : 2013/756155/VY TN-CM-E/241900/2012, E 9512 and 3282/M3/2013-1. Tamilnadu Chief Minister’s office 2014/770608/CB dated 28-02-14, 2013/756155/VY dated 23-11-13. Letter posted to the Secretary in TNPSC office (02-09-13) Letter sent by registered post to the Chairman TNPSC office (26-10-13). TNPSC Memo no.5265/OTD-B4/2010-27-07-12 Case details registered in Indian higher commissions. Hon’ble President office, PRSEC/E/2012/21668, State information commission Tamilnadu SIC 39338/SCIC/Enquiry/2012, Directorate of vigilance and ant-corruption DVAC 47467/2012/TNPSC/HQ, 47604/2012/TNPSC/CC-I Central information commission CIC/SM/Dy.No. 175098, 160584/2012 and 166472/12, Online pet no. 2012/702208/VO, TNPSC Memo. No. 5359/OTD-A1/2010-06.06.2012 and 11-01-13, and 1204/OTDA1/2013-18-03-13, National Human Rights Commission NHRC case no. 230/22/13/2013/OC, 82/22/0/2013/OC and online diary no.129040, Central Vigilance Commission 909/2013/Vigilance 2-CVC Indian postal services CPT/SPO HCD 2013-14/1-05-04-13 GCB/7-11/12-postal dept.

Yours Sincerely, Sudalai Kumar C/o. Prof. Dr. Ashwini Nangia School of Chemistry University of Hyderabad HYDERABAD – 500 046 INDIA.

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2 comments on Whether new incumbent will make any initiatives against Growing corruption in the system.

  1. What can be expected from new incumbent if in beginning great anticorruption crusader was sent behind the bar and wrongdoer was awarded with ministry portfolio ipsofacto obvious. Arvind Kejrival is the hope of countrymen and symbol of honesty of this country. Whether foreigners will not ridicule us on this anarchy.

  2. Undoubtedly Right to Information Act 2005 is a great tool in the hand of Indian citizenry given by congress party but new incumbent made it blunt because of rampant corruption in the government machinery.

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