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Over 1.5 million people participate in ‘Brashtachar Mukht J&K week’ campaign
9/10/2023 10:24:35 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 10: On the conclusion of the ‘Brashtachar Mukht J&K Week’ held for the first time in the Union Territory between September 4th and 9th, Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta emphasized that the fight against corruption is an ongoing process and should be an integral part of society’s thinking and action. He highlighted the need for collective efforts in the fight against corruption and praised the role of digital empowerment in reducing corruption through initiatives like e-tendering, Janbhagadari portal, and more.
Dr. Mehta announced plans for the ‘Digi Dost’ scheme, where IT personnel would visit homes to assist citizens in making online applications. He discussed the digital transformation in J&K, bridging the gap between rural and urban areas. Dr. Mehta called on authorities to ensure discussions about corruption at the grassroots level and sensitize people to the benefits of online services. During the week-long campaign, approximately 1.5 million people participated in nearly 46,000 events held across the Union Territory, with reports of 35,000 complaints received.
District-wise participation figures included approximately 4.6 lakh people in Jammu district, 1.3 lakh in Kathua, over 1.45 lakh in Rajouri, 94,000 in Kulgam, 93,000 in Baramulla, 91,000 in Bandipora, 55,000 in Budgam, 45,500 in Shopian, over 1 lakh in Pulwama, 47,000 in Reasi, and 42,500 in Udhampur. The complaints received during the campaign mainly concerned the Revenue, Rural Development, Social Welfare, Power Development, Jal Shakti, and other beneficiary-oriented government schemes.
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