Feel Media can play this role better than individuals.
My suggestions are:
- Announce prize money/award for media (to expose corruption) - like the current hidden camera style sting operations.
- If the media company is itself involved in corruption (in collusion with the corrupt), then take back the prize for the first offence (or warn them if they have not been awarded till then) and cancel the license if it happens again.
- Media companies shall have a section in their website where Whistle Blower can leave details about corruption. Upon receipt of the details, they can conduct independent enquiry/sting operation and expose that corrupt practice and file the report with either High Court or Supreme Court for examination and award/sanction of prize money.
- Once the details are entered in the web site, a copy of the same should be sent as an acknowledgement to the Whistle Blower’s email address. If the media fails to act on that even after a specified period (say 3 months), the Whistle Blower can forward that acknowledgement to one designated email address, where it gets replicated and forwarded (automated process) to a group of authorities (like Chief Justice of High Court & Governor of the state).
The advantage here is, the Whistle Blower may register the corruption related details with more than one Media Company. Hence there is a chance that the final report could turn out to be a comprehensive one with views from different agencies/angles. If more than one agency files the report, prize money can be proportionately distributed.