Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Lok Satta draws up action program

Lok Satta Party activists will be going from door to door in select municipalities to ascertain people’s problems and strive to get them resolved from October 20 to 30. The party will observe an anti-corruption fortnight from November 25 to December 9, World Anti Corruption Day, and form local committees by November 20 to protest against unbridled liquor consumption.

Lok Satta Party Working President D. V. V. S. Varma today discussed with senior party leaders implementation of decisions taken at the party’s leadership summit in Hyderabad on October 11.

Party units in Krishna and Guntur districts will draw up an action plan to agitate for strengthening the Krishna river bunds. Units in Greater Hyderabad, Karimnagar, and Hyderabad will work out an action plan to demand that Krishna waters be brought to Hyderabad for drinking purposes and that Yellampalli scheme waters be utilized for irrigation in that area. The party units will also take issues concerning farmers and Girijans.

The party directed that ward committees be constituted after completion of membership enrollment.


  1. Sir,
    we are educated citizens submitted several petitiostns about our lack of civil amenities through websites. www.mpmla.in and ap.gov.in/c2g but no response at all from the officials. How do we believe your activists do the needful of citizens ?

  2. Sir,
    Corporators also must have responsibility to clear the petitions grievances. Otherwise govt.must put some responsibility on them, but not simply enhance their salaries, providing facilities to them.

  3. Sir,
    I showed to local corporator, our house no.1-10-104/42/6,Mayurmarg,Begumpet,Hyd. submerged in the rain water recently. But no action been taken so far. No money paid to us when we suffer such calamity.