Anti-corruption helpline to be launched by IIM-A students

Soon Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad students are to launch an anti -corruption helpline. The initiative has come-up due to increased number of corruption cases springing up such as 2G spectrum scam, Commonwealth scam and Adarsh society scam.  A group of six IIM-A students proposed the idea of starting the helpline to former President A P J Abdul Kalam and IIM-A professor Anil Gupta, which was appreciated by them. According to Prof Gupta, the students have already done their research work and are ready with the blueprint.

The helpline is to provide counseling to the people about their rights and laws against corruption.Ravi Yadav and five other students who have taken up the project are Udit Goyal, Saurabh Singh, Nikhil Bhaskar, Shantanu Sekhar and Daniel De Luna, a student from Italy.

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