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The Public Interest Disclosure and Protection to Persons Making the Disclosures Bill, 2010

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Commonly known as the Whistleblower's Bill, it seeks to establish a mechanism to register complaints on any allegations of corruption or wilful misuse of power against a public servant. The Bill also provides safeguards against victimisation of the person who makes the complaint [PRS]. URL:[http://www.prsindia.org/uploads/media/Public%20Disclosure/Whistleblower%20Bill%202010.pdf].

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  • Parliamentary Research Service PRS, 2012. "The Public Interest Disclosure and Protection to Persons Making the Disclosures Bill, 2010," Working Papers id:5097, eSocialSciences.
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