Srinagar, October 12: According to the State Vigilance Commission (SVC) report, weak internal vigilance system is being attributed as the primary reason for the delay in disposal of corruption cases against officials. The report deals with the cases of corruption received by the State Vigilance Commission after the concerned department failed to redress it.
Pertinently, the report was tabled in the ongoing autumn session of the Legislative Council.
The report on the cases of corruption filed in various government departments till December 2014 has observed most cases are of ‘trivial nature’. The tag ‘trivial nature’ implies that the cases can easily addressed by a department with a strong internal vigilance system. This could have led to the quick disposal and redressal of grievances of general public and resultant good governance.
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