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Voicing Anger

Voicing Anger

Publication: The Times of India
Date: August 22, 2011

More than 100 medical students supported Anna's campaign and participated in today's morcha. We feel strongly about how corruption is weakening the society. This is kranti (revolution). We have got azaadi but not basic rights. There is a need for a bill in favour of the common man

- Pratik Wagh | Grant Medical College Student

It was a conscious decision to come for the morcha. Corruption has seeped everywhere and government departments, including the railways, are no different. I feel that the Jan Lokpal bill should be strong enough to take stringent action against those taking bribes

- SK Shrivastava | Railway Employee

I have taken part in three agitations in Maharashtra before but I've never seen such response as today's. It reminds me of the pre-Independence days when Mahatma Gandhi could mobilize lakhs across the country with a single call

- M Subhash | Senior Citizen

One should not think that we culminated our morcha at Juhu. This is just the beginning of a struggle against corruption. People will come in larger numbers to support Anna in coming days. The momentum is just building up

- Rajkumar Gupta | Activist

Corruption has left many behind in our country. For college admissions or for securing jobs, there is a demand for bribes or donations. Unless you grease someone's palm you can't get anything done

- Gautam Vashi | Engineer

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