Anti Corruption Helpline Launched in Chandigarh

Anti Corruption Helpline Launched in Chandigarh

Anti Corruption Helpline 93175 03050 Launched

Chandigarh April 21st, 2022: National Anti Corruption and Operation Committee of India which is registered under NITI Aayog Government of India; declared its direct fight against corruption, real weakness of democracy.
 National President of the committee, Dr. Rajesh Shukla, at Chandigarh Press Club today launched the Anti Corruption Helpline 93175 03050. in presence of  Arun Malhotra, National General Secretary JN Mishra, National Law Secretary Pandit Sitaram Vishwakarma, National Planning Advisor Shikha Jain, National Secretary Laxmikant Gupta, Jaspal Singh General Secretary, In the presence of Dr. Ajit Singh Spokesperson, Sanjay Dadu Organization Secretary, Manish Joshi, Chief Legal Head, Ajay Pal Singh, Jagtar Singh .

In today's program helpline was launched in association with  Chander Verma, President of Chandigarh Business Council, Kamal Gupta, President of Chandigarh Property Association, Hitesh Puri, President of Chandigarh Resident Association Welfare Federation and office bearers of several association.

Any citizen of the city can register a complaint on this helpline number , action within 48 hours and   the information about the action taken to redress that complaint will be made public on the Facebook page of the organization within 30 days.
while answering question from media person the National President of the committee, Dr. Shukla said that Anti-Corruption Helpline is run by almost all the governments and all political parties, but they remain like other promises, whereas our organization has been uprooting corruption from the society for last several years. Efforts are being made to eradicate  corruption  and today a big step is being taken in Chandigarh by taking the citizens of Chandigarh along and this step will be repeated sequentially across the nation. Chetan Verma said that due to wrong policies of Chandigarh Administration, the traders of Chandigarh are forced to migrate from Chandigarh. Hitesh Puri said that instead of approving the need based changes of the residents, the Chandigarh Administration is hanging the sword of 400 times penalty on city residents .


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