CM Jagan wants to make the state corruption free, appeals to the officials
CM Jagan wants to make the state corruption free, appeals to the officials

Vijayawada: Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is having many types of discussions these days. Now recently he has said that, 'In any case there is no place for corruption in the state and corruption has to be uprooted.' Recently he said that there should be a system in the state that people should be forced to think hundred times before committing corruption. He instructed the officers to proceed with corruption-free policies.

Indeed, a review meeting was held at the camp office and it was chaired by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on eradication of corruption. In this, CM reviewed 14400 call centers, cabinet sub committee report, IIM Ahmedabad report, reverse tendering, judicial preview etc. On this occasion, CM talked and said that 1902 numbers should also be added from ACB. Apart from this, the Chief Minister insisted on accepting complaints against corruption from the village and ward secretariat level. He said, 'A strong system is needed to monitor these complaints.'

Apart from this, he also said that there should be an Implementation Department to supervise the calls received on 1902 and the Collector's office should be added to it. During this, the CM also said that, 'The corruption of corruption should be eradicated mainly in the town planning, sub-registrar, MRO and MDO offices'. Apart from this, the Chief Minister also said that, apart from installing permanent hoardings for wide publicity number 14400, action should be taken against those caught red-handed without any delay.

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