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IN 1982, In Singapore, LOKPAL BILL was implemented.
Friend don't go on word Lokpal bill. Similar to LokPal bill was introduce in those country.
Go with the concept of the LokPal Bill
For more Read Hindustan Patna hindi edition 26th August 2011.
Page 18 .
The link you gave just says Govt Studying UK, Finland, Sweden laws. It does not say that such countries have Lokpal bill implemented.
mado64 say "Rikesh is funny :)"
You are welcome here in my Funny Jone.
Rikesh is funny :)
For Your Information, if you go to Sweden, Finland, Britain etc, they would not even know what is meaning of Lokpal and you are saying Lokpal bill is introduced in those countries.
Lokpal is a Hindi word, how do you even imagine European countries to have 'Lokpal' bill implemented?
In Sweden Lokpal bill was introduce in 1806.
In Finland Lokpal bill was introduce in 1920.
In Britan Lokpal bill was introduce in 1967.
In Newzeland Lokpal bill was introduce in 1962.
In Hongkong Lokpal bill was introduce in 2006.
In Indonesia Lokpal bill was introduce in 1988.
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