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He Was Killed For Exposing Corruption! From Dhananjay Dubey

February 3, 2014

My brother, Satyendra Dubey, was shot dead for exposing corruption.

As Project Manager at the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), he exposed massive corruption by writing a letter to the Prime Minister of India. Despite his request for anonymity, his name was leaked which led to his murder in 2003.

30 whistleblowers have been murdered since then. A Bill to protect whistleblowers who expose corruption and wrongdoing was introduced in the Parliament 4 years ago.

This law has not been passed yet. However, our political leaders can change this reality. As prominent leaders in the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha, Arun Jaitley and Rahul Gandhi should push for this Bill to be passed in this parliament session.

That’s why I have started this petition asking them to ensure that the Whistle Blowers Protection Bill becomes a law. Sign my petition.

jonnalagadda, we only have a few days left before this parliament session ends. I believe that the sacrifice my brother and other whistleblowers made for exposing corruption, should not to be overlooked.

If this becomes a law, there will be protection for those who expose corruption. This should not be delayed anymore. Sign my petition and forward my mail to your contacts.

If thousands of us raise this issue by signing this petition and sharing it with our friends, we will create a demand big enough for the political leaders to address immediately.

Together, let’s make sure that the Whistle Blowers Protection Bill is passed in this session of the Parliament.


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