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Wednesday April 20, 2011 08:14:42 PM, IANS

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New Delhi: A Pune-based NGO Wednesday filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against social activist Anna Hazare accusing him of corruption and demanding his removal from the joint drafting committee on the Lokpal Bill.

National Anti-corruption Public Power president Heman Baburao Patil alleged that Hazare's NGO Hind Swaraj Trust was found guilty of corrupt practices in an inquiry by retired Supreme Court judge P.B. Sawant.

"One of the trusts run by Hazare is still unregistered and has been receiving money illegally in violation and contravention of laws," Patil alleged in his petition.

The petition is likely to come up before a high court bench Thursday.

Patil alleged several other criminal complaints were also pending against the 73-year-old activist.

He demanded that Hazare should be removed from the committee constituted for drafting the Lokpal Bill.

Hazare went on a 97-hour fast earlier this month following which the government set up a joint panel of cabinet ministers and members of civil society to draft a stringent Lokpal Bill.



 

 

 

 

 

 

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