\'2,099 Pending Disciplinary Matters In CVC Reduced To 227\'

“2,099 outstanding disciplinary cases in CVC decreased to 227′

New Delhi, Aug 11 : A specific campaign led by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has resulted in a substantial reductions in the length of time of Disciplinary cases.
Chief Vigilance Commissioner Suresh N.Patel on Thursday informed Jitendra Singh that the time horizon of 2,099 Disciplinary issues for the time period prior to December 2018 was cut to 227 on the 30th of June, 2022 thanks to a campaign that was launched by the Commission in 2020.

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Additionally, the the total outstanding Disciplinary cases that on average as of December 2019 was approximately 5,000 at any given date of time, has decreased significantly in the region of 1,700 due to the collaboration of the authorities at various levels.

The newly appointed Chief Vigilance Commissioner Patel met with the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Personnel Jitendra Singh on Thursday to inform him of the constant decline in case pendency in recent years.

Singh said that, by the appointment of CVC and two Vigilance Commissioners in accordance with the mandate by the law in the beginning week of the month itself the the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has issued an indication of the policy of absolute anti-corruption.

He has also quoted Modi’s speech during the CVC conference in Kevadia in Gujarat in October 2021.There, he declared: “In the last 6-7 years the government has achieved in creating the belief in the possibility of being able to stop corruption.Today, there is a political will to tackle corruption and to improve the system continuously.This is also being implemented in the administration.”

The Commission stated that it began the process in 2020 in order to look over cases pending of Disciplinary Matters in order to ensure that each case are brought to an appropriate conclusion within a reasonable amount of time.

The incident was re-enacted in the context of a campaign so that those who are found guilty are punished with no delay to stop any further offenses and those who are found innocent are cleared of any unnecessary stress for them.

The Central Vigilance Commission deals with complaints about employees of Central government and Central government controlled organizations, including PSBs, PSUs and UTs.



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