Recently the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir reviewed preparations for the upcoming ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’.
He directed that the weeklong events should be divided into thematic areas involving different social groups. He asked for an opportunity for each of the strata in the social milieu to get heard and inform them about the measures taken against corruption. He advised to dedicate the first day of the week to the guidelines issued by the CVC under ‘Say No to Corruption; Commit to the Nation’ theme. He then told to dedicate other days to common citizens, well-meaning social activists, students, NGOs, Welfare organisations and others for taking their suggestions and their role for weeding out corruption from J&K.
He advised the Deputy Commissioners to fully involve all representatives of Urban and Rural Local Bodies in this intensive campaign against corruption. He asked them to ensure that at the end of the week no complaint received till date should remain unattended and should be resolved upto the full satisfaction of the citizen complainant.
Earlier, Commissioner/Secretary, GAD, Sanjeev Verma gave an overview of the activities planned during this week from 30th October to 5th of November, 2023. He was informed about the activities and guidelines issued by the Central Vigilance Commission regarding this week. He made out that all employees are going to take the integrity pledges during this week besides highlighting the importance of Public Interest Disclosure & Protection of Informer Resolution, 2004 (PIDPI).