Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu, On the occasion of completion of one year of his government, has launched a campaign to root out corruption in the state by asking senior government officers to compulsorily sensitise the citizens against it.
According to a press release issued from CMO , the state vigilance department on Sunday issued a notification directing all the Principal Secretaries, DGP, Commissioners, Secretaries, Deputy Commissioners, Additional Deputy Commissioners, Directors, CEOs and heads of departments to put up display boards outside all government offices asking the people not to pay bribes and to inform appropriate officials about officials asking for bribes.
The display boards would have names and contact numbers of several officers in the state vigilance department as well as the district and local police.
arunachal24.in is mentioning below the said Contact details of head of the departments.
- Chief Vigilance Officer – Smt. Shakuntala D Gamlin, IAS, AP Civil Secretariat Block no. 2, 5th floor. Tele: 0360 2212595, 2211187, 2212540, Mob. No. 9402275048, Fax. 0360 2212446, 2215719, email – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Principal Secretary (Vigilance) – Shri Satya Gopal, IAS, AP Civil Secretariat Block no. 2, 5th floor. Tele: 0360 2212349, Mob. No. 9436040036, Fax. 0360 2290588
- Secretary Vigilance – Smt. Madhu K Garg, IAS, AP Civil Secretariat Block no. 4, 5th floor. Tele: 0360 2212358, Mob. No. 9436040066, Fax. 0360 2212358, Email – email@example.com
- Superintendent of Police Vigilance – Shri R Monpa (JAG), SIC (Vigilance) Chimpu, Mob. 8259872334”.
Arunachal Pradesh has a history of corruption in various government departments. One of the big , scandal is in the state’s public distribution system (PDS) involving several hundred crores of rupees leading to the arrest of former chief minister Gegong Apang.