India has recently been witnessing scams of all sorts such as IPL scam, Commonwealth Games 2010 scandal, 2G allocation scam. All these scams involved politicians and bureaucrats at highest places, which has shaken the conscience of the nation. Despite public outcry, no worthwhile investigations are going on in any one of them. This is because of several systemic deficiencies in India's anti-corruption systems.
2. Mr J M Lyngdoh, former Chief Election Commissioner
Central Government level:
Therefore, if a citizen wants to make a complaint about corruption by a politician or an official in the Central Government, there isn’t a single anti-corruption agency which is effective and independent of the government, whose wrongdoings are sought to be investigated. CBI has powers but it is not independent. CVC is independent but it does not have sufficient powers or resources.
Also, check the following links:
Draft anti-corruption Bill, http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/civil_society_s_
Draft Lokayukta Bill, http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/Lokayukta_Bill_v
Govt.'s Lokpal Bill, http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/Govt._s_Lokpal_B
Critique of Govt.'s Lokpal Bill, http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/Critique_of_Govt
Comparison of Govt. Bill with Civil Society Bill, http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/Comparison_of_Go
How Civil Society's Bill will curb corruption? http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/how_will_civil_s
Salient features of Civil Society Bill, http://www.indiaagainstcorruption.org/doc/Salient_Features