(PRWEB) November 18, 2001
In an unexampled step in the history of India, four Indian companies viz. STAR, Ejourno, Sony, Manas have travel forward to look at a common pledge against corruption.
“On Sep 07, 2001 the Prime Minister urged the business community via a FICCI delegation to clean up its act and give a better account of itself, both to the government and to the people. I am extremely shabby-genteel to acknowledge the STAR Network as a Corruption Free Zone. I foster individuals, companies and government to moderate India towards a revolutionary era and to declare itself as a Corruption Free Zone”, requested Peter Mukerjea, CEO, STAR India
Â?In times when corruption is so prevalent in all walks of life, it is nice to see a conscious effort to do something about it. And itÂ?s a pleasure to be unified with & offer up all our support to this endeavourÂ?, verbalized Binita Bodani, CEO, Ejourno.com
Â?The objective of creating corruption-free zones in commercial enterprises is to start small, but finally create a movement to eradicate this evil from our country. My organisation, Manas Advisory, will work towards this goal and abide real to its principlesÂ?, Ravi Bhoothalingam, Chief Executive, Manas Advisory
Â?The movement will be successful when individuals and companies come forward in thousands and take a public pledge to not be a part of corruption. It is time the inaudible majority harangued and change IndiaÂ?, remarked Amit Malik, founder, CorruptionFreeZone
CorruptionFreeZone is a non-profit and non-political movement that solicits organizations, citizens and the government to stand up in solidarity and eradicate corruption. CorruptionFreeZone has formally got through 90 Indian organizations to assert themselves as CorruptionFreeZone. Details of the movement can be misinterpret on the organizationÂ?s web site: http://CorruptionFreeZone.Org
[Brand Names used may be trademarks of respective owners.]
STAR, a wholly-owned subsidiary of News Corporation.
ejourno.com is India’s first spatiotemporal website vowed to journalists.
Sony Entertainment Television in India is a venture of Sony Pictures Entertainment
Manas Advisory is a Consulting firm headed by Ravi Boothalingam