Srinagar, Nov 2: Jammu and Kashmir Anti Corruption Bureau is observing Vigilance Awareness Week. This year the Vigilance Awareness Week is being celebrated from 31October to 6 November with the theme “Corruption free India for a developed Nation”.
Various awareness programmes for vigilance awareness are being organised across UT of Jammu & Kashmir in this connection.
ACB Jammu conducted a vigilance awareness programme at Central University of Jammu. On the occasion, Dr Sanjeev Jain, Vice Chancellor was chief guest and Anand Jain, Director Anti Corruption Bureau was guest of honour. Dalip Kumar, SSP ACB Jammu gave a presentation of Vigilance Awareness. Faculty members, research scholars and students of the university were present during the programme.
A team of ACB Doda visited district Ramban and organised a Nukad awareness programme near the Police Station/Court Complex, Bus Stand and the Deputy Commissioner Office (Mini Secretariat) Ramban. The said programme was attended by the government employees and general public of the area. The ACB team sensitized the faculty, general public and employees about the functioning of the Anti-Corruption Bureau and “how to weed out corruption from society.” The pamphlets pertaining to the subject matter were also distributed among the general public and the participants. The general public appreciated the efforts of ACB in organising such an event which will help in achieving the goal of curbing corruption from society.
A team of ACB Udhampur visited General Zorawar Singh Memorial Degree College Reasi and organised a Vigilance Awareness programme in which hundreds of college students participated along with Kewal Krishan and Teaching/ Non-teaching staff of college.