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Call For Anti Corruption Drive


Noting that corruption undermines growth, development and good governance, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has appealed to the people to strengthen the anti-corruption drives of the government.

Attending a function observing Vigilance Awareness Week on 1 November, the Chief Minister said the State Vigilance Academy set up here to upgrade the knowledge and skill of officials is shaping up well. Director Vigilance Dr.Debasis Panigrahi graced the occasion.

Corruption undermines growth, development and good governance. It also erodes the foundation of democracy, and frustrates the hopes and aspirations of people, by denying them the right to live with dignity, he said.
 
“We have, therefore, adopted a 'Zero Tolerance' approach to corruption, so that basic public services are made available to the people at the grassroots level in a fair and transparent   manner,   and   the   benefits   of  welfare   and developmental schemes reach the needy,” he added.    
 
"My government has been taking a number of steps to strengthen the State Vigilance, so that the officials can discharge their mandate more professionally and serve the people in a better way," he said.

Mr.Patnaik said everybody is aware that transparency figures at the top of the 5T initiatives undertaken by our Government with a view to achieve transformational goals in governance and ensure better delivery of public goods and services to the people.

“With proactive steps like 'Mo Sarkar', we are also trying to empower people, who are our ultimate masters in a democracy for claiming their rightful entitlements.

My Government has been taking a number of steps to strengthen the State Vigilance, so that they can discharge their mandate more professionally and serve the people in a better way,” he added.
 
The Chief Minister said a new Vigilance Division at Rourkela has been approved and the State Vigilance Academy established at Bhubaneswar to upgrade the knowledge and skills of vigilance officers is shaping up well.
 
“I congratulate Odisha Vigilance for its good work and hope that they will continue to work with the highest professional standards and set new benchmarks on anti-corruption front,” the Chief Minister said.
 
“I appeal to the people of Odisha to renew their resolve to fight against corruption, and strengthen the transparency and anti-corruption initiatives of the Government,” he said.
 


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