Monitoring committee to assess anti-corruption cell
A monitoring committee would be formed to assess the activities of the Anti Corruption Cell said Chief minister Nogthombam Biren Singh, today.
The chief minister made the statement at Thangmeiband as he inaugurated a PMKVY training centre.
Biren Singh said the Anti-Corruption Cell set up by the Government had started receiving many complaints. Some of the cases had been forwarded to DCs and SPs concerned for further action, added the chief minister.
A cabinet meeting held on March 24 decided to immediately set up the anti-corruption cell.
The cell had already received more than 400 complaints as stated by the chief minister on the 37th Anniversary celebration of BJP held in Imphal.
Mobile phone has been allowed in all the government offices so that visitors can record any kind of corrupt practices by any official.
Interview process for all grade III and grade IV recruitments have been abolished, except for the education department.
The Chief Minister on April 9 at a reception ceremony at the Khwairamband Ima Keithel said that an official of the secretariat was suspended for demanding bribe in a GPF case. “The people have an important role to play in ensuring a corruption free state,” Biren reminded on that day.