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Talk to Lokayukta about corruption


In the light of the ongoing national debate on corruption and the imminent retirement of one of the country's crusaders against corruption, The Hindu is organising a live interaction with the Karnataka Lokayukta, N. Santosh Hegde, on the premises of Institute of Engineers on Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Veedhi in Bangalore at 3 p.m. on July 2.

The programme is part of It's Official, our Reader Connect programme.

Mr. Hegde will address the issue of corruption in its varied forms and discuss ways by which citizens can fight this scourge.

He will also discuss the institution of the Lokayukta and his own experience in fighting institutionalised corruption.

Those interested in participating may mail their suggestions/ grievances, in less than 200 words, to It's Official, The Hindu, 19 & 21, Bhagwan Mahaveer Road (Infantry Road), Bangalore 560001 or itsofficial. thehindu@gmail.com.

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