Mangaluru: AAP to Launch ‘Bribe-Free Mangaluru’ Campaign on Dec 7

Mangaluru: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has launched Bribe-Free Karnataka. As part of this campaign, AAP-Dakshina Kannanda will be conducting a Bribe-Free Mangalore campaign on 7th Dec 2015. Dayanand Kotian, President-Forum for Justice, will inaugurate this campaign at Sub Registrar office- near State Bank, Mangaluru at 10.00 AM on 7th Dec 2015.


All Mangaloreans are requested to get their work done in this office without paying any bribe in the offices of the sub-registrars and RTO on 7th Dec 2015, Monday. All AAP volunteers will be around in the office to assist the general public.

Any member of the public who is harassed or asked for Bribe by the government officials can call AAP Bribe-Free Helpline 93425 22223

“Bribe free Karnataka ” campaign was carried out for a week in October in sub-registrar and R T O offices of Koramangala, Rajajinagar, Indiranagar, Jayanagar Yelahanka in Bangalore. A veteran freedom fighter Shri HS Doreswamy inaugurated the Bribe free campaign in Bangalore. Later Mr Santosh Hegde –Retd Lokayuktha Judge and Mr. Prasanna – Off-spinner from Indian Test Cricket participated in this campaign.

The campaign has also been carried out in various districts including Ballari, Tumkuru, Belgaum, Shivamogga, Chikkaballapura, Hassan. The campaign has received tremendous support from the public and we have received. Public observed that the bribery activities reduced in the sub-registrar offices and middlemen were absent. While honest officials carried out their duties, many corrupt officials preferred to avail their leaves and thus stayed away from the offices.

AAP requests pro-people organizations, the media and concerned citizens to support this campaign towards the goal of Bribe Free Mangaluru.

“I am an Indian First” Campaign by AAP

AAP will also conduct the “I am an Indian First” campaign at Lalbagh traffic signal arena (Opposite MCC building) on 7th Dec 2015 at 4.00PM.

A recent survey by an international organisation showed that 83% Indians said people should have freedom to practice religion of their choice. World average is only 74%. This clearly shows that Indians want to live in peace, unity and brotherhood. But some political parties and some groups with vested interest are creating disturbances for their own electoral gains. While religion plays a very important role in personal life, AAP feels religion has no place in public life.

Hence AAP is launching ‘I am Indian’ campaign” and request all citizens to participate in the campaign and uphold the great traditional values of peace and harmony.

The above details were furnished during a Press conference conducted by Chandan and Mohana Dasari, members of AAP state committee, Rajendra Kumar, Alexander D’souza and Rohanshiri from AAP Dakshina Kannada.

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