Guv briefed about Vigilance Commission’s functioning PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 24 January 2015 08:25

altJehlum Post News/ Jammu/ Jan 19, 2015/In a review meeting, held at Raj Bhavan Monday, the Governor, Mr. N.N. Vohra, was informed by Mr. Kuldeep Khoda, Chief Vigilance Commissioner and Mr. R.K. Jerath, Vigilance Commissioner, that 1157 complaints were received by the State Vigilance Commission in 2014, out of which 64 cases have been referred for Departmental/Administrative

Action while registration of cases has been directed in respect of 26 cases. He was also informed that during the last 05 years, 8372 Enquiries/Complaints have been referred to the Departmental Vigilance Officers. The Governor urged the Chief Vigilance Commissioner to hold monthly meetings with the Departmental Vigilance Officers to ensure time-bound action on all enquiry cases. Shri Khoda informed the Governor about the advisories being periodically issued by the Commission to the Departments, asking them to introduce the process of tendering and payments through cheques and electronic transfers for improving transparency and minimizing the chances of corruption. The Governor urged the CVC to regularly monitor all pending enquiry and prosecution sanction cases in accordance with the provisions under the State Vigilance Commission Act, 2011. The Governor also asked Sh. Khoda to take all necessary measures to enhance awareness amongst people and encourage them to come forward for reporting every case of dishonest functioning by Public Servants.

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