The Central Vigilance Commission disposed of 541 cases during December 2010 referred to it for advice. The Commission advised imposition of major penalty against 135 officers including 33 from M/o Railways, 30 from MCD, 25 from Public Sector Banks, 6 each from Ministry of Labour and Department of Defence Production, 5 each from New India Assurance Co.Ltd. and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, 4 each from Central Coalfields Ltd. and Department of Science & Technology, 3 from Department of Health, 2 each from Central Board of Excise & Customs and Air India. Remaining 7cases pertained to different departments of the Government of India and PSUs.

The Commission received 1556 ordinary complaints during the month. Of these, 1021 complaints were sent for necessary action/ATR whereas 122 complaints were sent for investigation and report. No action was required on 569 complaints.

On the Commission’s recommendations, the competent authorities issued sanctions for prosecution against 24 officers.

Recoveries to the tune of Rs.79.98 lakh were affected after Commission conducted technical examination of some departments.

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  1. ND says:

    What is the relevance of this drum-beating, when the most corrupt bureaucrats/govt. servants from top to bottom are absolutely not bothered about CBI, CVC, various vigilance officers and every corrupt officer invariably gets appointed to post-retirement cushy jobs merely by dint of their money power, i.e., networking and connections? If CBI raids the vigilance offices/officers in ministries/departments along with those officers and clerks working in the transfer-posting (admn.) sections at random, this will become clear-bogus/false vigilance files are opened against those who do not pay to them and then blackmailing goes ond on and files are destroyed after receiving bribes. In the case of those found corrupt, their files are sold for heavy price by the concerned vig./enquiry officers! In fact, postings in vigilance and CVC (of course meant only for those who want to remain in Delhi and continue their “raj”) are no longer punishment but most sought after!

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