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Dear Sir/ Madam,
Subject: Request for including in your election manifesto an agenda for police reforms, and electoral reforms - a pledge for redressing a long standing public demand
We presume you must have started preparing your election manifesto in view of the forthcoming elections, Lok Sabha and Assembly. We request you to incorporate the following two important pledges in your manifesto , for ensuring a healthier and cleaner democracy:

( a ) Basic police reforms to ensure a truly community-oriented police as against the existing ruler-oriented police.

(b) Electoral Reforms for keeping out the criminal and notoriously corrupt persons from entering into the political system, and

2. Police reforms: Popular perception all over the country is that instead of acting as agent of the community and of law, the police functions as agents of the ruling political party/parties. It is an urgent necessity in the larger interest of the society, therefore, to initiate urgent remedial measures to ensure that the police is made to perform its lawfully enjoined duties in an honest, non-political and professional manner.

3. For achieving the above objective, we demand that you make a pledge to the citizens of India through your Election Manifesto that you will ensure the long-overdue basic police reforms and restructuring by –
* Implementing without further delay the seven directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in toto.
Ø * enacting a new Police Act on the lines of the "Model Police Act" prepared by the Soli Sorabjee Committee (Police Act Drafting Committee / PADC), submitted to the Union Home Minister in October, 2006. Ideally, a suitable amendment in the Constitution of India may be made to ensure that such a Central model Police Act is applied to /adopted by all States and Union Territories for the sake of uniformity. As this, however, may take time to build the necessary concensus among parties, you will legislate a new police Act individually for the State(s), within a period of say 100 days of your coming to power, and try to build a concesus for a central legislation.

4. Electoral Reforms : In order to ensure a healthy and vibrant democratic system as also for good governance, our country can no longer delay a meaningful electoral reforms with the basic objective of preventing the following two categories of persons from contesting elections at Central (Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha), State or local (municipal or panchayat) levels :
(a) Persons with criminal records, i.e. convicted or charge-sheeted in a court of law in serious criminal offences like murder, culpable homicide not amounting to murder, grievous hurt, rape, kidnapping and abduction, extortion, serious rioting assaulting a public servant or under the Arms Act, NDPS Act etc. during the previous 10 (ten) years.
(b) To debar notoriously corrupt persons who have been convicted or charge-sheeted by a court of law under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 or Prevention of Money Laundering Act (2005 as may be amended from time to time) or under the Arms Act, or NDPS Act or in any case of serious economic offences etc. during the previous 10(ten) years.

5. Accordingly, each person desirous of contesting an election at national, State or local level will be required to file, at the time of filing his nomination, a sworn affidavit stating facts and circumstances relating to (a) and (b) above . If subsequent enquiry/investigation to be conducted by the Election Commission, reveals that there were substantive suppression of information or distortion or falsification of facts, his/her election will be declared by the Election Commission as ab initio null and void and he/she will also be debarred from contesting any election at the national, State or local levels during the next 10(ten) years.

6. We demand that you please commit in your election manifesto , accordingly. Meanwhile, please acknowledge receipt of this communication.

Yours faithfully,
( name of the individual / organisation)


Smt. Sonia Gandhi President,
24, Akbar Road ,
New Delhi - 110011 , INDIA
TEL : 91-11-23019080
FAX : 91-11-23017047
E-mail: aicc@congress.org.in


Website: www.congress.org.in

Sri. Rajnath Singh President,

11, Ashok Road ,
New Delhi 110 001. India .
Tel.No. 23005700
Fax: 23005787

E-mail: bjpco@bjp.org

Website: www.bjp.org

Smt. Mayawati    President,
12, Gurudwara Rakabganj Road .
New Delhi - 110001.India
Mobile:  9868181001
E-mail: mayawati@sansad.nic.in
 Webiste: www.bahujansamajp.com

Sri. Sharad Pawar President

10, Dr. Bishambhar Das Marg,
New Delhi-110 001. India
Tel: 23314414, 23359218, 23752938
Fax: 23352112
Email : mail@ncp.org.in
Website:   www.ncp.org.in

Sri. Prakash Karat President,
A.K. Gopalan Bhawan 27-29, Bhai Vir Singh Marg,
New Delhi 110 001 Tel. (91-11) 23344918, 23363692, 23747435/36 fax: (91-11) 23747483
Email : cc@cpim.org , cpim@vsnl.com ,cpim@bsnl.co.in Website: cpim.org


Sri. Ardhendu Bhushan Bardhan President, COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA

Ajoy Bhavan,15, Kotla Marg
NEW DELHI-110002
PHONE: 23235546, 23235099,
FAX :(9111)23235543
Email : cpi@cpofindia.org
Website:   www.cpindia.org

Sri. Lalu Prasad Yadav

Permanent Address  :
Vill. Samanpura, Bihar Veterinary College,
Patna - 800 014 (Bihar)
Delhi Address :
 25, Tughlak Road, New Delhi-110 011
Tels. (011) 23012777, 23013909 (R),
23381213, 23386645 (O),
(011) 23017986 (R), 23382637 (O)
Email : rjdal@ rediffmail.com
Website:   www.rashtriyajanatadal.com



Sri.Nara Chandrababu Naidu
President, Telugu Desam party
Road NO.2, Banjara Hills
Tel.No. 23542107

E-mail: tdp@telugudesam.com

Website: www.telugudesam.org


Sri.B.Dattatreya President
Bharatiya Janata Party
Shyam Prasad Mukherjee Bhavan
Opp.Exhibition Grounds
Tel.No. 24653535, 24653311

E-mail: bjpap@rediffmail.com

Website: www.bjpap.org

Sri.D.Srinivas President
Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee
MJ Road, Gandhi Bhavan
Tel.No. 24603718, 24602484
E-mail: ap.cc@rediffmail.com
Website: www.apcongress.org


Sri.Danam Nagendra President
Greater Hyderabad Congress Committee
MJ Road, Gandhi Bhavan
Tel.No. 24603718, 24602484
E-mail: ap.cc@rediffmail.com

Dr.K.Narayana Communist Party of India

Mukhdoom Bhavan, Himayathnagar

Tel.No. 23224966, 23260719
E-mail:  cpiap@rediffmail.com

Sri.T.Devender Goud President,
Navatelangana Praja Party

8-2-598/B, Road NO.8
Banjara Hills, HYDERABAD-54
Tel.No. 66540888
E-mail:  contactus@ntpp.com

Sri.B.V.Raghavulu Party State Secretary CPIM

1-1-60/2 ,RTC X roads, Musherabad

Tel.No. 27665011/12
E-mail:  email@cpimap.com
Website: www.cpimap.com

Sri.Asaduddin Owaisi President,
MIM Office of AIMIM
Daru Salam, Aghapura HYDERABAD-500 001
Tel.No. 24802655
Mobile: 9848013569
E-mail: asadowaisi@rediffmail.com

Sri.K.Chandrasekhar Rao
President, Telangana Rashtra Samiti
8-2-220/110/1/3, Road No.14
Towards Jubilee Hills Chekcpost
Banjara Hills, HYDERABAD-33
Tel.No. 23555798
E-mail: manojtrs@yahoo.com


Sri.K.Chiranjeevi President,
Prajarajyam Party
Road No.46, Jubilee Hills, HYDERABAD
Tel.No. 44333344
E-mail: megainfo9@gmail.com

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