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Posted on Nov 29, 10:17PM | UNI
The Steering Committee of the Surajaya Movement today appealed to Members of the Andhra Pradesh Legislature and Members of Parliament to lend their support to the movement for good governance.
The non-partisan reforms movement launched on 'Quit India Day' (August 9, 2012) primarily aims at curbing corruption through an effective and empowered Lokayukta, guaranteeing citizen's right to public services, empowering local governments for creating basic amenities at the grassroots, and guaranteeing quality health, education and opportunities for growth to enable everyone to live with dignity and self-respect.
To focus public attention on the movement's the goals, Dr Jayaprakash Narayan and some other members of the Steering Committee will be observing a three-day fast at Indira Park from December 5.
In a letter addressed to all legislators, Dr Narayan has invited them to visit the Surajya Deeksha Vedika, meet Surajya Movement leaders, express support for the cause and reaffirm their commitment to its reform goals, a release from Lok Satta party here said.