The attack on the establishment unleashed by some amazing characters in Indian socio- political-economic life: How some extra ordinary Indians got back at the politician-babu nexus. T N Seshan kicked out political interference and rampant rigging in Indian elections, transforming the on-paper democracy into a full-fledged one.
As the then CAG, T N Chaturvedi exhumed the RS 64 crore Bofors scam.
P N Bhagwati allowed common man to approach Supreme Court with Public Interest Litigation (PIL) to protect fundamental rights, virtually emancipating the country's poor and discriminated against or wronged in word and deed.
Vinod Rai unveiled the so-called 'Coalgate' at Rs 10 lakh crore in the beginning but truncated the 'scam' thereafter to Rs 1.86 lakh crore (a tad above the Rs 1.7 lakh cr 2G scam again unveiled by the CAG which led to jailing of former telecom Minister A Raja and DMK supremo Karunanidhi's daughter Kanimozhi for months).
Anna Hazare targetted corruption a la Jayprakash Narayan to bring civil society onto a sacrosanct pedestal, ensuring the issue became the No. 1 topic for entire India leading up to the General Elections 2014.
Jayprakash Narayan launched a movement targetting excesses of the dictatorially-oriented Indira Gandhi-led Congress government ensuring the triumph of, and laying permanent foundation for democracy once and forever in India.
Arvind Kejriwal is the man who was instrumental in drafting the revolutionary Right to Information Act (RTI). It is one of the most potent tools to hold the govt and the babus to account for deeds of omission and commission. His efforts have given the people of the country hope that the most powerful forces in the country can be brought to justice's door.