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2015-12-29T17:11:24+05:30
Good governance requires foresight and master planning. Cynics say in a democracy people get the government they deserve. I do not believe in it. In a democracy many changes can be achieved if people fight for it collectively. According to me, good governance is our fundamental right. A collective voice for this will have its own effect. No doubt, an eternal vigilance is the price one has to pay in democracy and that eternal vigilance should be a collective one,” Justice Hegde said while delivering the 12th Nani Palkhivala memorial lecture on the topic ‘Is Good Governance a Right of a Citizen in Democracy.’
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2015-12-29T18:02:59+05:30
Calling for a collective fight against corruption, Justice (Retd.) N. Santosh Hegde, former Supreme Court judge and former Lokayukta of Karnataka, said here on Tuesday that good governance was a fundamental and basic right contemplated under the Constitution and can be provided by public servants if they realise their duty to the people and not think of themselves as masters. “Good governance requires foresight and master planning. Cynics say in a democracy people get the government they deserve. I do not believe in it
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