Mere law against corruption not enough: Togadia

A senior VHP leader Friday said Lokpal Bill is important but the legislation alone can not root out corruption and asserted that active role of common man is needed to fight the menance.

Last Updated: Apr 22, 2011, 15:38 PM IST

Barmer: A senior VHP leader Friday said
Lokpal Bill is important but the legislation alone can not root out corruption and asserted that active role of common man is needed to fight the menance.
"While it is important to turn the Lokpal bill into a law
to fight against corruption, a mere legislation would not
help. Common man should stand up and raise his voice against
corruption," Vishwa Hindu Parishad international general
secretary Pravin Togadia said.

He also expressed his concern over the rising number of
madrassas along the international borders of India terming it
as a "threat to the Hindutva".

"The number of madrassas along the international borders
has mushroomed in the past few years," Togadia said.

PTI