The District Information Office in Pune has provided contact information for citizens to report any instances of corruption in government offices as part of the ongoing Vigilance Awareness Week.
Vigilance Awareness Week is an annual celebration observed in government offices across the country, and it was recently launched by Pune’s Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB).
People are encouraged to report instances of corruption, and the ACB will take swift action to address complaints and may even set traps to apprehend those who commit these crimes.
Teams from ACB offer support to individuals who are unclear about where to file a corruption report and walk them through the steps. “Say no to corruption; commit to the nation” is this week’s catchphrase. Every government office administers a corruption-free oath at 11 a.m. every day.
Three specialized teams are deployed for this initiative, each of which covers four districts. These groups seek to educate the public and government officials about corruption. Leaflets have been dispersed in a number of places, such as bus stops, crowded areas, schools, and colleges.
There are awareness campaigns and rallies during the week. To raise awareness about corruption, a variety of communication techniques are used, such as radio, social media, electronic media, short films, digital posters, and short films. Messages opposing corruption can be distributed to a larger audience by using bulk messaging.
Anti-Corruption Bureau’s toll-free number – 1064
Anti Corruption Bureau Pune Office – 020-26122134 or 26132802
WhatsApp (Only Message) – 78753 33333