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The Tamil Nadu government today
tabled a bill in the state Assembly for putting in place a Lokayukta to inquire into corruption allegations against public servants.
The bill, after being adopted, would pave the way for creation of the body that would look into graft charges against government servants.
The jurisdiction of the Lokayukta would cover serving and former ministers, sitting or ex-MLAs and state government employees.
In the Statement of Objects and Reasons, Jayakumar said the Centre had earlier enacted the Lokpal and Lokayukta Act, 2013 and it "provides" that every state has to establish the Lokayukta.
"Accordingly, the government has decided to establish the Lokayukta for the state of Tamil Nadu to inquire into allegations of corruption against public servants," he said.
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