Officers in trouble due to LG's order, now Delhiites will be able to complain?


In the age of technology, all the facilities are available with one click on mobile while sitting at home. In such a situation, portals and apps are now being started to resolve people's problems and complaints. In this context, now the people of delhi will not have to wander here and there to lodge complaints related to corruption. While giving this information in the meeting organized by Lieutenant governor Vinay Saxena with the aim of curbing corruption, the officials said that the common people will now be able to register their complaints related to corruption through online mode while sitting at home.

Will be able to send photo along with complaint

delhi Lieutenant governor Vinay Saxena held a meeting with Vigilance Department, Anti Corruption Branch and free vigilance officers of various departments of delhi government to curb corruption. In which he was told that on his instructions, for the first time in the country, Online Complaint Information Management System (OCIMS) is being prepared for corruption complaints. On this portal being prepared by NIC, complainants will be able to send photos, videos and audio along with their complaints. In the meeting, the Lieutenant governor directed the officials to conduct surprise inspections and raids in various government offices to curb corruption. After this order of lg, the officers working in different departments of delhi are in shock. This is because now people will be able to send their complaints directly to LG.

It is mandatory to submit e-affidavit along with evidence

Lieutenant governor Vinay Saxena directed the officials to make arrangements to balance the complaints on this portal. On one hand, those involved in corruption should be punished, while on the other hand, no officials should have to data-face unnecessary trouble due to false complaints. For this, he has advised to make it mandatory to upload evidence along with the complaint. Apart from this, the complainant will also have to provide his Aadhaar number and an e-affidavit regarding the correctness of the information given.

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