Paying bribe has now become a part of our daily life. If someone suggests any alternate way to get a work done, we barely make any such efforts and prefer to depend on bribery.
Maharashtra Act 21 Of 2006 asks citizens to abstain from offering a bribe.
“Stop Bribes, Kill Corruption”
Act 21 of 2006 allows us to file an application and make the law work!
The Maharashtra Government Servants Regulation of Transfers and Prevention of Delay in Discharge of Official Duties Act is also known as the Act 21 of 2006. This Act has the same potential as RTI for getting better services, governance and accountability for citizens.
In the video, Shailesh Gandhi, the former Central Information Commissioner, explains how to use the act effectively. The point of a participatory democracy is to make the government work. It is up to us to use laws and regulations for our benefit, If we don’t do that now or later, the law will become ineffective.
The Logical Indian appeals to our community members especially in Maharashtra, to use Article 21 to end corruption in their state and also to get their work done.