Congress questions the government's sincerity in fighting corruption.
Bharatiya Janata Party Government has chosen to not appoint a Lokpal in last four years, Kharge mentions in the letter.
Under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013, ombudsmen are to be appointed at the Centre and in states for inquiring into allegations of corruption against public functionaries.
The Lokpal Bill was passed by Parliament in 2013, but the appointment of the anti-corruption ombudsman is stuck in procedural wranglings for the last four years.
Calling the meeting as mere procedure to follow Supreme Court's order, Kharge asks the ruling party to bring an ordinance to amend the Lokpal Bill and present it in Lok abha before March, 2018