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A  bloodless Monsoon Revolution in India...Across India Lakhs of citizens from daily walks of life took the fight against Corruption to the Government.They were demanding implementation of a strong 'Jan Lokpal' law against Government  corruption. Amidst heavy rains during the monsoon season the ordinary citizens like house wives,students,humble villagers etc. carried out regular marches and protests like never before seen in free India since it gained Independence in 1947 from the British...DETAILS:.A nation-wide citizen  movement , the 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement is a series of ongoing demonstrations and protests across India intended to establish strong legislation and enforcement against endemic of corruption in the Indian government through a piece of legislation called the Jan Lokpal Bill. .The movement has gained momentum since April 5, 2011, when anti-corruption activist & Gandhian Anna Hazare began his now-famous hunger strike at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi and people joined in against the government under his leadership in a movement branded as  ÒI am Anna HazareÓ campaign and activists wearing a typical cap popularized by Mahatma Gandhi with the sloganÒI am Anna HazareÓ written on it ...The movement is primarily one of Gandhian non-violent civil resistance, featuring demonstrations, marches, acts of civil disobedience, hunger strikes, candle light protests  and the use of social media like Facebook and Twitter. .The protests are unusual as they have no political affiliation and are voluntarily participated  by ordinary citizens like house wives, shop keepers, students and people from all walks of life who never before had stood against the Government. This is mass awakening and a revolution of citizenÕs participation in the history of Independent  India..Most protesters have been hostile to attempts by political parties to use them to strengthen their own personal political agendas and the movement has succeeded i A Monsoon Revolution in India
A bloodless Monsoon Revolution in India...Across India Lakhs of citizens from daily walks of life took the fight against Corruption to the Government.They were demanding implementation of a strong 'Jan Lokpal' law against Government corruption. Amidst heavy rains during the monsoon season the ordinary citizens like house wives,students,humble villagers etc. carried out regular marches and protests like never before seen in free India since it gained Independence in 1947 from the...
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