New Delhi: Terming the process of drafting Lokpal Bill as 'slow';, co-chairman of the drafting committee Shanti Bhushan has expressed his doubts over completion of the anti-graft Bill before the deadline of June 30.

In a letter to chairman of drafting committee Pranab Mukherjee Bhushan on Thursday asked the government to take a speedy approach towards drafting the Bill. He also asked the government to clarify its stand on bringing the Prime Minister’s Office and the Judiciary under the jurisdiction of Lokpal.

“The government should tell their opinion on differences on bringing certain offices under the Lokpal jurisdiction. They should also express their objections, reasons and suggestions on points of disagreement,” said Bhushan.

The senior advocate also asked the government if it wanted to expand the concerns of private organizations on the fundamentals of the listed points.

He also demanded the fulfillment of government’s promise to video-record the meetings.

This time, Bhushan has taken the initiative to decide the agenda of the next meeting. Till now, all meeting were held without any prior agenda under the chairmanship of Mukherjee.

JPN/Bureau