Saturday, November 7, 2009

Jasvir Singh IPS Declares His assets

Jasvir Singh IPS Declares His assets 1



Jasvir Singh IPS Declares His assets 2




Jasvir Singh IPS Declares His assets 3




Jasvir Singh IPS Declares His assets 4




12 comments:

  1. I regard your feeling & duty. Keep it Up.

    ReplyDelete
  2. VERY GOOD IN REDUCING CORRUPTION.
    IT WILL INCREASE GROWTH RATE OF COUNTRY.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I salute you. We need people like you. India is a great country with great potential but only lacks in integrity.People like you would lead it into the next century and it would be the greatest nation in the World.

    ReplyDelete
  4. In recent times, many questions have been raised over the integrity of our highest administrative officers. In such a scenario, where corruption plagues our Government chambers, a few honourable and hard working officers have undertaken a unique initiative to introduce complete transparency in the system. On 5th November, 2009, three IAS officers- Vijay Shanker Pandey, Sunil Kumar and Renuka Kumar; and an IPS officer of the UP cadre Jasbir Singh voluntarily declared their assets before the Union cabinet secretary. Following this move, many more honest officers including six IAS and two IPS officers have already agreed to declare their assets in a few days as well.



    The move has been highly appreciated- both by the sincere and efficient segment of public servants and citizens alike. Such an action will surely help rejuvenated the lost respectability of the civil services and make it much easier to pinpoint corrupt officials. But the action should not be limited to a handful of officers only. There is an urgent need for the same to be undertaken by all al classes of Government officers from A to D grade. And not only those directly working in the name of the government, but the other elements of a good democracy including Social Organizations, NGOs, and important media houses face a moral obligation to present their records on public domain. The spread of corruption to social organizations in the name of community service and media houses creating such a profound impact on the democratic structure by spreading misinformation under profit motives has necessitated this move.

    A compulsory display of record of assets must not be merely limited to a moral obligation- nobody tends to take them too seriously. In fact, it needs to be introduced as an amendment Indian Civil Services’ (ICS) Service Rule (SR). For those bodies, who do not yet fall under the jurisdiction of the proposed laws, the public pressure and social responsibility needs to be a guiding force to add credibility to their actions by a formal declaration of assets.



    Moreover we need to ensure that efficient and just IPS officers like Mr. Jasvir Sngh are not made sitting ducks at a useless posting with no work to do. We need our men of action to be given the opportunity to exercise their full potential and de-criminalize India, as Mr. Jasvir Singh has so selflessly tried to do- especially in the case of Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya.



    The youth of the country hope that such efforts will not go unnoticed, and the current initiatives of the best of our administrative officers will be wholeheartedly supported by the politicians, officers and public alike so that we can effectively weed out corruption from India.


    Just Watch this you tube vedio to know


    PROJECT VIJAY asked YOUTH about the revolutionary step for declaration of assets by Jasbir Singh

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdI-qn8-SwY&feature=player_embedded



    Jai Hind.....Jai Bharat......Jai Jagat



    Mahendra & Himanshu

    PROJECT VIJAY

    09415509920 & 09305963744

    www.projectvijay.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  5. SiR wE R wId Uh.!!
    A 2005 study done by Transparency International (TI) in India found that more than 50% of the people had firsthand experience of paying bribe or peddling influence to get a job done in a public office.[3] Taxes and bribes are common between state borders; Transparency International estimates that truckers pay annually $5 billion in bribes.[12]. A 2009 survey of the leading economies of Asia, revealed Indian bureaucracy to be not just least efficient out of Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam, China, Philippines and Indonesia; further it was also found that working with the India's civil servants was a "slow and painful" process. [13].

    Officials often steal state property. In Bihar, more than 80% of the subsidized food aid to poor is stolen.[8]

    In cities and villages throughout India, Mafia Raj consisting of municipal and other government officials, elected politicians, judicial officers, real estate developers and law enforcement officials, acquire, develop and sell land in illegal ways.[14] Many state-funded construction activities in India, such as road building, are dominated by construction mafias, which are groupings of corrupt public works officials, materials suppliers, politicians and construction contractors.[15] Shoddy construction and material substitution (e.g. mixing sand in cement while submitting expenses for cement) result in roads and highways being dangerous, and sometimes simply washed away when India's heavy monsoon season arrives.[16]

    In Government Hospitals, corruption is associated with non availability of medicines (or duplicate medicines), getting admission, consultations with doctors and availing diagnostic services.[3]
    [edit] Judiciary

    Corruption is rampant in the judicial system of India. According to Transparency International, judicial corruption in India is attributable to factors such as "delays in the disposal of cases, shortage of judges and complex procedures, all of which are exacerbated by a preponderance of new laws".
    JAi HiNd.!!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Corruption is rampant in the judicial system of India. According to Transparency International, judicial corruption in India is attributable to factors such as "delays in the disposal of cases, shortage of judges and complex procedures, all of which are exacerbated by a preponderance of new laws".[17]

    ReplyDelete
  7. Dear Jasvir,

    I am proud of you. I am happy that I have friends like you. Where as the world is going more materialistic still there are people who can step forward and took leads to set example for the other world

    keep it up

    Maninder Pal Singh

    001-905-460-0091

    ReplyDelete
  8. u are always idle of up police

    ReplyDelete
  9. bravo IPS jasvir singh.hat off to you-parveer nagill haryana

    ReplyDelete
  10. we are always here to support you.keep going,well done bhai sahab.future belongs to you

    ReplyDelete