Governance Now correspondent Deevakar Anand frames the protest against corruption in Noida
Deevakar Anand | January 15, 2011
Noida-based MNC executive Gaurav Bakshi protested against the graft by the deputy registrar R K Gautam at the Noida marriage registrar's office and was beaten up by his goons. He had reported both the graft and the assault to the Noida police, but the cops have so far failed to act. On January 15, Bakshi, along with his father B S Bakshi, Magsaysay winner and RTI activist Arvind Kejriwal and nearly 200 other activists in attendance, led a protest against corruption and police inaction in front of the registrar's office. Kejriwal, Bakshi and others were beaten up for raising a voice against corruption and roughed up by the Noida police. Our correspondent Deevakar Anand caught the police brutality on camera.
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