• “however good a Constitution may be, it is sure to turn out bad because those who are called to work it, happen to be a bad lot.” – Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

  • “For democracy to survive, it is essential that the best available persons should be chosen as people’s representatives for proper governance of the country.” – Supreme Court

  • “One attains moksha (salvation) by travelling to Chaar Dham. But files go in circles to 32 dhams without attaining salvation. – Prime Minister

  • Tarikh, Tarikh-par-Tarikh (“dates followed by dates followed by dates”) - Economic Survey, 2018

  • “If an innocent person is sent to jail and undergoes the sentence, the scars left by the miscarriage of justice cannot be erased by any subsequent act of expiation ..."- Supreme Court

Centre for Accountability and Systemic Change (CASC) is a pivot meant to transform the governance in India. The combined power of citizens acting in unison to bring a change and making our institutions accountable to their stakeholders is the panacea to restore rule of law from rule by men. Based upon a citizen-based participatory model, CASC assists in governance while monitoring performances of the institutions. A searchlight against illegal actions, we give a voice to every Indian and we make sure that it is heard at the right doorstep. To liven up the democracy through the active participation of citizens, and to reform the ecosystem we dwell in, is our goal.

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