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Sunday, 11 December 2011

Kabil Sibal's censorship can't stop anti-graft movement: Arvind Kejriwa

Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal Sunday launched a scathing attack on Communications Minister Kapil Sibal, saying his move for censorship had failed to affect the popularity of the anti-corruption movement.

Speaking from the dais where Anna Hazare began his token daylong fast at Jantar Mantar here, activist Arvind Kejriwal said: “As for Kapil Sibal, SMSes played a big role in our movement, so he changed the telecom policy that more than 200 SMSes cannot be sent from one sim."

“Facebook helped our movement, so he tried to restrict Facebook and others...But look at the number of people who have gathered here at Jantar Mantar despite the restrictions,” he said.

Another team member, Kumar Vishwas, asked the minister to check his credibility. “He says there are cartoons (on internet), what can we do if your picture looks like a cartoon? You must check your credibility,” he said.

--Indo-Asian News Service


pvm610 said...

Mr Arvind Kejriwal is trying to divert the mind of people with his comment about facebook. Some people are misusing fb and other social network sites. Why good organisations has to worry about control on social network sites? If he is fighting against corruption, he should help the government to make some control on misuse of social network.

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