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Tue, 15 Oct 2019

Northeast Today

Pema Khandu bats for cleaning up bureaucracy

Pema Khandu bats for cleaning up bureaucracy
October 07
14:44 2019

|NET Bureau|
In an appreciable attempt to curb corruption in Arunachal Pradesh, the state government will be adopting stern measures against bureaucrats who are found guilty of corruption.
Chief Minister Pema Khandu took to social media where he reiterated the government’s stance on corruption. He expressed that law will take its own course to punish if anyone is involved in any corrupt activities. The government officials who are found guilty or engaged in illegal activities, including accepting or demanding bribe as a percentage from contractors will be held accountable. Moreover, corrupt officials will be made to retire under 56(j) of CCS rule.
Rule 56 (j) of Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972 provides for periodical review of the performance of the government servants with a view to ascertain whether they should be retained in service or retired from service in the public interest.
Earlier in September at a meeting with PWD engineers he urged officials to maintain transparency in their work. He further encouraged them to avoid ‘individual centric’ schemes and projects and took up work which will be beneficial for the society as a whole.
Khandu, who is active on social media sites urged the public to report any kind of corruption in the CM office.

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