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Acting Swiftly
4/7/2024 10:37:40 PM
Role of national investigating agencies like the CBI and the ED in fostering transparency and accountability post Article 370 abrogation in Jammu and Kashmir has been commendable.
Their relentless pursuit of justice and unwavering commitment to uphold the rule of law has not only exposed the rot within the system but has also served as a deterrent to future wrongdoers.
As the country marches steadfastly towards its vision of a corruption-free society, these agencies shall continue to serve as bulwarks against malfeasance, ensuring that the wheels of justice turn unhindered and unimpeded.
The abrogation of Article 370 in August 2019 marked a watershed moment in the history of J&K, particularly in the realm of governance and accountability. Among the various ramifications of this monumental decision was the bolstering of national investigating agencies like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
Tasked with unearthing corruption and malfeasance, central anti-graft agencies have since acted with unprecedented swiftness and efficacy.
A renewed commitment to transparency and accountability has taken root in the system.
The CBI and the ED, armed with enhanced powers and renewed vigor, have been instrumental in combating corruption at all levels of governance. Over the past three years, these central anti-graft agencies have registered more than 40 cases related to corruption, a stark departure from the sluggish pace of investigations witnessed in the preceding decades.
The swift and decisive action undertaken by these agencies underscores the government’s unwavering resolve to root out corruption and ensure probity in public life. From high-profile cases involving political heavyweights to instances of bureaucratic malfeasance, no stone has been left unturned in the pursuit of justice. The message is clear: no individual or institution is above the law, and accountability shall be enforced without fear or favor.
The deployment of advanced technology and forensic tools has augmented the investigative capabilities of these agencies, enabling them to unearth evidence and build watertight cases against the perpetrators of corruption. From financial irregularities to money laundering schemes, no avenue of malfeasance has remained beyond the purview of these relentless investigators.
The efficacy of the CBI and the ED in tackling corruption post Article 370 abrogation can be attributed to several factors. Firstly, the removal of special status for Jammu and Kashmir has facilitated greater coordination and cooperation between central and state agencies, streamlining the investigative process and eliminating bureaucratic hurdles. This enhanced synergy has enabled prompt action in cases that were hitherto mired in red tape and political interference.
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