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Vigilance Awareness Week 2022: Corrupt should not be allowed to escape at any cost, says PM Modi

Vigilance Awareness Week 2022: The CVC observes Vigilance Awareness Week every year to bring together all stakeholders in spreading the message of integrity in every sphere of life.

Edited By: Sheenu Sharma New Delhi Updated on: November 03, 2022 14:31 IST
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Image Source : ANI. Vigilance Awareness Week 2022: Corrupt should not be allowed to escape at any cost, says PM Modi.

Highlights

  • PM Modi addresses programme to mark Vigilance Awareness Week in Delhi
  • Prime Minister also launched the new Complaint Management System portal of the CVC
  • The new portal is envisioned to provide end-to-end information to the citizens

Vigilance Awareness Week 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a programme to mark the 'Vigilance Awareness Week' of the Central Vigilance Commission today (November 3) at the Vigyan Bhawan in the national capital.

On this occasion, the Prime Minister also launched the new Complaint Management System portal of the CVC.

The portal is envisioned to provide end-to-end information to the citizens through regular updates on the status of their complaints.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday gave a free hand to departments which act against corruption, saying "institutions acting against the corrupt and corruption need not be defensive".

"Institutions like CVC acting against the corrupt and corruption need not be defensive," PM Modi said.

The Prime Minister suggested that institutions like CVC should keep themselves strict as well as inculcate awareness among other institutions like it to take action against corruption and those involved in such practices.

He said that the CVC needed to keep a continued focus on the issues of corruption and reiterated that "you don't need to be defensive when you are working with honesty. 

"The Prime Minister also stressed the need "to develop such an ecosystem which has zero tolerance for corruption", and that the people, as well as the society, should be aware of making a corruption-free country.

PM Modi also released a series of pictorial booklets on "Ethics and Good Practices"; Compilation of best practices on "Preventive Vigilance" and Special issue "VIGEYE-VANI" on public procurement.

The CVC observes Vigilance Awareness Week every year to bring together all stakeholders in spreading the message of integrity in every sphere of life.

This year, it is being observed from October 31 (Monday) to November 6 (Sunday) with the theme of "Corruption-free India for a developed nation".

The prime minister also awarded prizes to five students who wrote the best essays during a nationwide essay competition conducted by CVC on the theme. 

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