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DAN govt. anti-people: DCC Dimapur cell
Published on 23 Mar. 2011 12:32 AM IST
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Calling NPF-led DAN government “anti-people government” for its alleged wide range of corruption, the anti-corruption cell of the District Congress Committee (DCC) Dimapur Tuesday said it would leave no stones unturned in checking out the corruption.
Claiming that it was compelled to bring to light various corruptions, hampering the lives of the poor rural populace, the DCC’s anti-corruption cell said when they compared widely circulated RTI report published in the media by the NPCC and complaints raised by various villages and village authorities, the actual amount received by villagers was totally a different story.
“As given in the media when we compared to the actual amount received by the villager it is totally a different story as 90% of the amount that have been published in the newspapers had not reached out to the people,” claimed the anti-corruption cell convenor H. Kisheto Chishi and secretary Hukugha Tuccu in a statement.
Vehemently condemning the implementing agencies of the state government, the anti-corruption cell warned all departments, especially those departments implementing the central sponsored schemes, that it would initiate own course of action against those who were robbing “our daily bread”.
Stating that it would check out corruption –– the major disease created by the DAN government, the DCC’s cell requested the public not to be ignorant or hesitate to call or meet DCC officials whenever required.
“Moreover all the villagers are informed to insist for social audits as to maintain transparency and to keep the corruption in check,” they said.
It alleged that robbing of innocent wages by bureaucrats and government officials or politicians, to build multi-storey buildings, buy expensive cars and live a luxury life, were a curse.
“And it is a criminal offence which should be condemned and punished as per the law,” it added.

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