CCG OPEN LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER ON THE PM-CARES FUND

16 January 2021 Dear Prime Minister,             We are a group of former civil servants of the All India and Central Services who have worked for decades with the Central and State Governments. As a group, we have no affiliation with any political party but are committed to the Constitution of India.             We have …

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CCG OPEN LETTER TO THE CHIEF MINISTER, UTTAR PRADESH: WITHDRAWAL OF ORDINANCE ON INTERFAITH MARRIAGE

29 December 2020 Mananiya Mukhya Mantriji,             It is with deep disapproval and concern that we, a group of former civil servants, seek to address your government on a matter of overriding importance for the continued unity of our nation. We should like to clarify at the start that we, as a group, have no …

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OPEN LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA – CENTRAL VISTA PROJECT

22 December 2020 Dear Prime Minister,             We are a group of retired officers of the All India and Central Services who have worked with the Central and State Governments in the course of our careers. We have come together as the Constitutional Conduct Group because we believe in impartiality, neutrality and commitment to the …

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CCG Open Letter regarding the farmers’ agitation

11 December 2020 We are a group of former civil servants belonging to the All India and Central Services who have worked with the Central Government as well as different State Governments of India. As a group, we have no affiliation with any political party but believe in being neutral, impartial and committed to the …

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CCG Statement on simultaneous elections to Parliament and State Assemblies

08 December 2020 The Constitutional Conduct Group (CCG) is a group of former civil servants from the All India and Central Services and is non-partisan and apolitical in nature. Many of its members have conducted, managed and supervised elections to Parliament and State Assemblies during their time in government service. We have noted Prime Minister …

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ELECTORAL INTEGRITY – ENSURING RELIABILITY OF EVMS AND VVPAT AND HAND COUNTING OF LARGE PERCENTAGE OF PAPER SLIPS – REPRESENTATION THEREOF

Mr. O.P. Rawat, Chief Election Commissioner, Mr. Sunil Arora, Election Commissioner Mr. Ashok Lavasa, Election Commissioner Election Commission of India, Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi - 110001 Dear Sirs,                                                                                        Dated: 04 July, 2018 Subject:            ELECTORAL INTEGRITY – ENSURING RELIABILITY OF EVMS AND VVPAT AND HAND COUNTING OF LARGE PERCENTAGE OF PAPER SLIPS - …

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OPEN LETTER TO CORPORATES: POLICY ON ADVERTISING ON MEDIA CHANNELS

31 October 2020 We are a group of former officers of the All India and Central Services who have worked with the Central and State Governments in different capacities. We have come together as a group known as the Constitutional Conduct Group (CCG). This group does not support any political party but believes in impartiality, …

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AN OPEN LETTER SEEKING INVESTIGATION INTO THE MALICIOUS CAMPAIGN OF CALUMNY AGAINST SOLDIERS OF THE MUSLIM FAITH IN THE INDIAN ARMED FORCES

21 October 2020 We are a group of former civil servants of the All India and Central Services, who have worked for decades with Central and State Governments in the course of our careers. As a group, we have no affiliation with any political party but believe in the credo of impartiality, neutrality and commitment …

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OPEN LETTER TO THE CHIEF MINISTER OF UTTAR PRADESH: BLATANT VIOLATIONS OF THE RULE OF LAW

3 October 2020 Dear Chief Minister, Just when we thought that nothing could numb our consciences and brains further, the handling of the Hathras incident by the Uttar Pradesh administration has shown that, as a nation, we are plumbing the depths of depravity and callousness in governance. A young Dalit woman is brutally violated. Almost …

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LETTER SEEKING ACTION AGAINST SUDARSHAN TV FOR ITS MALICIOUS CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE HATRED AND DIVISIVENESS IN SOCIETY

1 September 2020 Honourable Home Minister of India Honourable Minister for Information & Broadcasting, India Chairman, National Human Rights Commission Chairman, Minorities Commission Chairman, Union Public Service Commission Chairman, News Broadcasting Standards Authority Honourable Lt Governor, Delhi Honourable Chief Minister, Delhi Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, …

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