Dear IAC members
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Membership and participation for the India Against Corruption list is regulated by these Rules.
- India Against Corruption is an apolitical movement. Therefore members or adherents of any political party are requested to kindly unsubscribe themselves from this mailing list.
- India Against Corruption is an apolitical movement. Therefore members are requested to restrict their comments for or against any political party.
- India Against Corruption is an apolitical movement. Therefore members are requested not to post excessively about alternate political systems.
- India Against Corruption is an anti-corruption movement. Therefore members are requested to kindly post messages directly relevant to corruption, means and strategies to combat/control corruption and corrupt persons, and help/tips/ tricks/advice on how individuals can go about fighting corruption or resolving their grievances etc..
- India Against Corruption is an “Indian” movement. Therefore members are requested to kindly respect the tenets and principles contained in the preamble to the Constitution of India, such as justice (social, economic political), socialism, secularism, equality, liberty(of thought, expression, belief, faith, worship etc.) at all times and to abjure violence.
- India Against Corruption is a patriotic movement of ancient lineage and revolutionary spirit. Members are requested to familiarise themselves thoroughly with the morals of the parent Hindustan Republican Association which secured for India independence from foreign rule in a non-sectarian and non-communal revolutionary manner. Membership in the IAC reaffirms a primary Constitutional duty to defend the sovereignty, unity and integrity of the nation and its people by all means.
- India Against Corruption is a disciplined, principled and democratic people’s movement. Members are requested to go through the movement’s operational and strategic principles contained in “India Against Corruption”‘s manifesto. These principles are dynamically evolved by IAC’s general body as continually expressed through the IAC’s archived mailing list.