A particular state in India faces public opinion of alleged corruption in working together with Police in commission of crime in film industry and widespread indifference to illegal drug trafficking.

The Constitution of the country is partly taken after the Westminster model.

Can the central Government appoint or fund investigating agencies to assess quality of states' administration using government funds allocated for PR adverting / public information? Can it officially subsidize the cost of investigation as a normal State function or does it have to do so under specific provisions in the Constitution?

What protection can be officially given to the media by Government to private owned self motivated investigating agencies? Or non-governmental whistle blower agencies?

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