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The word Lokpal means an ombudsman (Legal Representative) in India. The word has been derived from the Sanskrit words "loka" (people) and "pala" (protector/caretaker). So the word Lokpal means 'protector of people'. The concept of Lokpal has been drawn up to root out corruption at all levels in the prevailing Indian polity.

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|1 Jan Lokpal Bill                           |
|2 History                                   |
|3 Why it is important?                       |
|4 Duties                                     |
|5 Latest Developments                       |
|6 See also                                   |
|7 References                                 |
|8 External links                             |

[edit] Jan Lokpal Bill

The first Jan Lokpal Bill was introduced by Shanti Bhushan in 1968 and passed in the 4th Lok Sabha in 1969 but could not get through in the Rajya Sabha. Subsequently, Lokpal bills were introduced in 1971, 1977, 1985, 1989, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2005 and in 2008, yet they were never...


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