Anna Hazare says don't want Padma Bhushan if Centre doesn't fulfil Lokpal, Swaminathan Commission demands
Social activist Anna Hazare, whose indefinite hunger strike entered the fifth day on Sunday, warned that if the Narendra Modi government did not fulfil its promises, he would return his Padma Bhushan.
There has been no change in the current fiscal's allocation of Rs 4.29 crore for the anti-corruption ombudsman Lokpal during 2019-20,
Lokpal case in SC today: Appointment of ombudsman likely to be delayed further as search panel hasn't met in 3 months
As directed by the Supreme Court, the Centre submitted an affidavit, informing it that a search committee had been formed. But reports said the panel has not met in the past 100 days.
Anna Hazare to launch hunger strike on 2 October, demands independent functioning of CAPC, appointment of Lokpal
In a letter addressed to Minister of State in the PMO Jitendra Singh on 31 July, Anna Hazare said he would start his protest at Ralegan Siddhi village in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district.
Anna Hazare's health deteriorates as hunger strike enters sixth day, government still silent on demands
Though Hazare said on Tuesday that the Centre would come up with an action plan on his demands on Wednesday, there was no formal communication from authorities during the day, said Sushil Bhatt, a core committee member of Team Anna.
Anna Hazare seeks roadmap on implementation of demands before ending hunger strike, to meet Nitin Gadkari tomorrow
Anna Hazare said he would take a decision on calling off his ongoing hunger strike only after the Narendra Modi government comes up with a roadmap on the implementation of demands of fair remuneration for agriculture produce
Anna Hazare on Monday accused Narendra Modi of failing to keep his promise of creating a corruption-free India and threatened to begin an agitation.
Lokpal bill: BJP govt likely to bring new anti-corruption legislation during Monsoon Session; blames UPA for delay
Union Minister Jitendra Singh Tuesday said the delay in setting up Lokpal was due to certain "inherent problems" in the legislation as the previous previous UPA regime had drafted it in "haste".
Parliament had on 28 July passed a bill to amend the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013.
The deadline for a Parliamentary panel examining the bill on anti-corruption watchdog Lokpal for submission of its report has been extended for a third time till November 15.
All central government officials will have to file details of their assets and liabilities twice this year in the wake of implementation of the Lokpal Act.
The SC ruled that except state assembly speaker and his deputy, the staff of the Assembly Secretariat enjoyed no immunity from the Lokayukta's investigations wrongdoing.
These amendments were moved by the government on 21 May this year in Rajya Sabha before the bill was referred to a Select Committee.