‘Rising graft affects nation’s development’
Increasing corruption in the country has been affecting the development of the nation, lamented noted writer and Kendra Sahitya Akademi award recipient Ampasayya Naveen.
Warangal: Increasing corruption in the country has been affecting the development of the nation, lamented noted writer and Kendra Sahitya Akademi award recipient Ampasayya Naveen.
He called upon the youth to come forward and play active role to curb corruption in the country. For that Lok Satta Udhyama Samstha would serve as an effective platform for the youth to make the people aware of the dangers of bribery, he said.
Naveen inaugurated new premises of Lok Satta Udhyama Samstha in Hanamkonda on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, he stressed on the need for the people to be alert of corrupt persons.
The government remained helpless when a business man Vijay Mallya escaped from India after evading hundreds of crores of taxes, he said adding the silence of the people towards corruption would lead to dangerous situation. Lok Satta state advisor Parcha Kodandarama Rao addressing the gathering said 20 years passed since Lok Satta came into existence. Marking the occasion and to pass on Lok Satta ideology to the new generation leadership, a conference would be held at Soma Jaganmohan Memorial Building at Balasamudram in Hanamkonda on May 27, he informed. Lok Satta district convener G Jaganmohan Reddy, Vidyarthi Satta convener Thota Pavan, members Sridhar, GV Ramanaiah, T Pullaiah, Rajanikar Reddy and others were present. A pamphlet of the conference was released on the occasion.