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What are 3 points of Anna, the Govt. is still not accepting?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 25 Aug '11 11:05 am
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The following conditions are put by Anna have not been accepted still.they are:
1.The Lokpal bill has to be passed by 30th of August 2011.
2.lower judiciary and lower bureaucracy must be brought under the ambit of the Lokpal bill.
3.Demands for immediate discussion on Lokpal bill in the parliament and Lokayuktas in states must have the same powers as that of Lokpal.
Answered by Ramakrishnegowda, 25 Aug '11 05:46 pm

 
  
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They are not accepting majority of points now, just an about-turn from the previous stand on 3 contentious (according to them) points, being not acceptable.
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Answered by Siachen, 25 Aug '11 11:08 am

 
  
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LOWER BUREAUCRACY:
Team Anna says all bureaucracy should come under Lokpal, not just higher bureaucracy, because day-to-day pain felt by citizens is often from lower bureaucracy. Govt says it is impossible to cover 40 lakh employees without creating a mammoth structure, which is undesirable

CITIZENS' CHARTER:
Team Anna says this would define time frame for tasks of public offices (say, a ration card should be given in 3 days, or passport in 15 days) and it must be spelt out in Lokpal Bill. Failure to meet deadline should lead to fines. Govt says this should be included in separate Grievances Redressal Bill, and there should be no fines

LOKAYUKTAS:
Team Anna says all states must have this state-level anti-corruption mechanism. Right now only 18 states have it, and of them, many are defunct. Govt says these are matters for the state govts to decide and Centre has no say. Team Anna disagrees

JAN LOKPAL BILL:
Team Anna wants its version of the bill to be considered and ...more
Answered by Ram, 25 Aug '11 11:08 am

 
  
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