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Meetings to raise public awareness on Lokpal Bill in Delhi

Sunday May 22, 2011 09:29:34 AM, IANS

New Delhi: In a bid to increase public awareness on the anti-graft Lokpal Bill, the volunteers of pressure group India Against Corruption (IAC) are holding several meetings in the national capital Sunday.

These will be held in three areas: Narela, Rohini and Shahdara.

"As the drafting of the Lokpal Bill, which is to be finalised by June 30, is under way we are conducting several public consultations across the country. In Delhi, for the first time we are organising three public consultations Sunday," Aswathi Muralidharan, volunteer of IAC, told IANS.

During the public consultations, IAC will be playing a 30-minute film on the bill followed by a presentation which will explain details of the bill.

Such meetings have already been conducted in Guwahati, Ahmedabad and various other cities.

 



 

 

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