YAISHWARYAJ Seva Sansthan called upon the citizens to socially boycott corrupt politicians & bureaucrats to mend the behavior of the corrupt and also to prevent newcomers from being corrupt.
Inaugurating Sunday’s public hearing against corruption, the Secretary of Lucknow based N.G.O. said “Since the laws so far have failed to eradicate corruption hence there is dire need for use of social boycott of the corrupt as a tool to weed out corruption. ”
Expressing concern over rising corruption she added “ It has to be a mass movement by majority which means there has to be social ferment like social boycott of the corrupt which will make the society vigilant about the need to weed out corruption and this should not be limited to exposure of just a few cases but It is more important for a society to be in ferment to clean itself up on its own .”
Underlying that an extraordinary situation demands a drastic solution she added “This shall surely bring unbearable discomfort to anyone if his own child refuses to share comforts bought by the black money or asks one’s source of income . The need is to awaken the youth and the child of our country . When we trap the corrupt right from the home to society , he shall surely leave corrupt practices he is involved in right now and a newcomer shall not be attracted to the corruption . After all one is doing it for one’s offspring and social recognition . If he loses on both fronts , he has no way left but to leave it .This shall surely prove to be a powerful tool to mend the corrupt system.”
“Yaishwaryaj Seva Sansthan has decided to boycott any of the social events where the corrupts are there as eminent guests and also to approach the schools and colleges to encourage the students to join the movement against corruption and making the willing students take a pledge to ask his / her parent’s sources of income regularly . Since our resources are limited so we shall send a proposal to Aruna Roy , Medha Patker ,Anna Hazare , Dr. Sandeep Pandey and other social activists / organizations of the country to implement this at national level to bring the fight against corruption to its logical end .” told Urvashi.
Later, a panel of Social Activist Ram Swaroop Yadav and Babita Singh resolved the queries posed by the citizens at an interactive session. Little RTI prodigy Aishwarya proposed a vote of thanks.