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-Rajeev's Impacts

Announcement of Smart Cities and AMRUT Program

For several years, Rajeev has been fighting the almost complete takeover of cities by builders, contractors & vested interests with support of politicians and bureaucrats - subverting the hopes of our cities to be well-planned, citizen and neighbourhood based. The Government has finally heard thMore...

Amendment of the Indian Succession Act

Native Christian women of Coorg/Mysore regions were being unjustly denied equal rights to ancestral property. Rajeev’s year-long fight against injustice to native Christian women of Coorg/Mysore regions met with success when the Karnataka Government, on December 02, 2015, revoked the erroneous notiMore...

Government takes up work conditions & wages for Indian workers in Gulf

Rajeev took up the issue of working and living conditions of Indian workers in the Gulf during the Monsoon Session of Parliament in July 2014. Soon thereafter, the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs decided to push for higher wages for Indian workers with the Gulf Cooperation Council.Read ReadMore...

Increase in PG medical seats

In September 2013, when concerned medical students and doctors approached Rajeev regarding the huge disparity between the seats available for Under Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) medical education and the shortage of PG medical seats, Rajeev wrote to the Union Health Minister highlighting the More...

Re-structuring Public Sector Banks and the war on NPAs

Rajeev has been spotlighting the issue of NPAs, crony capitalists escaping their obligations of paying of loans, and the deteriorating health of PSBs since 2010, both in Parliament, through his speeches and Parliamentary Questions, and outside through letters and articles. He urged successive FinancMore...

Upholding the Rights of People Constitutionally

In 2013 Rajeev petitioned the Supreme Court of India to repeal the draconian Section 66A of the Information Technology Act. In 2014, Rajeev had approached the Supreme Court to ensure that Armed Forces personnel were permitted to vote. In both these cases despite repeated efforts in Parliament & More...

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