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IPL mess: Can a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) ensure neutral investigation?

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Asked by cyrus irani, 25 Apr '10 04:37 pm
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Looking at the past once can easily conclude that a JPC would be a waste of money. Not to forget the political shadow boxing and truth evasion that would emerge post the JPC probe. And what about the unwanted endless debates on the JPC aftermath in the parliament. An addition to the utter waste of public money spent on useless parliamentary debates. Its time India and Indians learn to ignore such petty squabbles. If ya really wanna set a trend then set a law into motion making it manditory for all firms public or private to disclose their shareholding to the 100th percentage. Only such levels of transperancy would clean up the gamut of corporate mess in India. Another important legislation would be to ban political leaders from holding offices of profit or otherwise in other arenas. Maybe ya can also make the conflict of interest law binding on all dealings and transactions
Answered by Saj Sierra, 27 Apr '10 11:03 pm

 
  
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Media has done enough of it!
Answered by sameer, 25 Apr '10 04:37 pm

 
  
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Only honest and impartial persons /experts can do the job perfectly..
Answered by lolita mansfield, 28 Apr '10 10:14 am

 
  
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No Not all. JPC will not be arranged,Those syndicate wont allow too.
Answered by hitler, 27 Apr '10 11:45 pm

 
  
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Another few crores will be drained in the name of joint parliamentary committee
Answered by manoj thakur, 27 Apr '10 02:27 pm

 
  
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It wud only turn into a mega scandal! Politicians must be out of this investigation....a third party headed by ex army top official not any way related with this scandal and love truth cud investigate!
Answered by harshal kalangutkar, 25 Apr '10 07:00 pm

 
  
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Joint Parliamentary committee probe is something like a dead weight made of salt being immersed in a sea to measure it's depth .It will dissolve in salt water. Both the parties ,congress and Bjp dignitaries are involved in the scandal . Retired Supreme court judge , retired income tax commissioner and a retired auditor general as committee would render justice in this scandal of thousands of crores in hawala racket , match fixing , kick backs , pvt jet , Bmws etc .
Answered by RAMASWAMY VENKATESH, 25 Apr '10 05:45 pm

 
  
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No,sir.It would be an eye wash.The members can not understand ABC of cricket administration.How can the judge the person responsible for the mess.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 25 Apr '10 04:40 pm

 
  
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Never,, motre money laundering would happen
Answered by conviction, 25 Apr '10 04:37 pm

 
  
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