Home Ahmedabad Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel Inaugurates First ACB Officer Chintan Shibir in Gandhinagar

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel Inaugurates First ACB Officer Chintan Shibir in Gandhinagar

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel Inaugurates First ACB Officer Chintan Shibir in Gandhinagar

by NewsMonks
A+A-
Reset

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel emphasized that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has spearheaded a substantial anti-corruption movement, resonating with the public. He highlighted that the global viewpoint now acknowledges the transformations and advancements taking place in India, crediting the capable leadership and resolute political determination of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the beginning of the initial Chintan Shibir for officers and staff of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel praised the Prime Minister for his impactful leadership in combating corruption and highlighted the transformative shifts occurring in the nation.

 

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel provided spiritual and philosophical insights that resonated with everyone at the Chintan Shibir. He emphasised the importance of acquiring what is rightfully ours, whether in spiritual or legal realms, without resorting to unethical means. Shri Bhupendra Patel stressed that those engaging in illegal activities, such as bribery to gain societal standing, should be exposed and held accountable by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB). He further mentioned that the initiation of consequences for wrongdoing has begun under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, and their pursuit of zero tolerance is also being fulfilled.

 

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel expressed that true happiness is not solely derived from material comforts and conveniences but stems from inner contentment. In today’s fast-paced world, people often chase after material happiness, leading them to adopt alternative income sources or resort to unethical means of earning. While the entire family may partake in the joy of such income, the repercussions of criminal activities result in one person bearing the consequences alone. In explaining this point, he referenced the example of Valmiki Rishi from Valmiki.

 

Encouraging the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) officers, the Chief Minister emphasized the importance of enforcing government rules to ensure that those who engage in misconduct face consequences. He inspired the ACB officers not to relent in their fight against corruption, assuring them of the government’s support in their admirable efforts.

 

Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel encouraged ACB personnel to actively participate in the fight against corruption to contribute to the vision of Viksit Gujarat and fulfil Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Viksit Bharat@2047.

 

As part of an awareness week, the Anti-Corruption Bureau organized an essay competition on the theme “Expose Corruption” to motivate school children in the state to join the anti-corruption initiative. The Chief Minister honoured the first three winners of the essay writing competition in Gujarati, Hindi, and English languages during the Shibir.

 

Chief Secretary Shri Rajkumar highlighted the significance of the Chintan Shibir in fighting corruption in society.

 

Corruption, a prevailing evil in society, damages the nation’s foundation and obstructs development. To eliminate the stain of corruption, enhanced transparency in the system is imperative. Strengthening tools such as the Right to Information (RTI) is crucial, and citizens should support initiatives aimed at curbing corruption. Emphasizing the need to utilize various constitutional laws to prevent corruption, the Chief Secretary highlighted the importance of releasing a manual outlining the modus operandi used by corrupt people to accept bribes. This would raise awareness among the public and aid in preventing corruption. He commended the initiative to organize the first Chintan Shibir. Shri Shamsher Singh, the Head of the Anti-Corruption Bureau, outlined the framework of the Shibir, mentioning the launch of a toll-free number, 1064, for citizens to report corruption and actively participate in the anti-corruption efforts.

 

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has organized this Chintan Shibir to enhance the effectiveness and impact of the fight against corruption. Distinguished personalities, including former Lokpal Shri I.P. Gautam, retired officers from CBI-ACB, and the respected Shri Gyanvatsal Swami, shared their insights and experiences, actively participating in the event. The vote of thanks was delivered by Shri Makrand Chauhan, Joint Director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau.

 

Under the motto “Oppose Corruption, Dedicate Yourself to the Nation,”

(Bhrashtacharno Virodh Karie, Rashtra Pratye Samarpit Rahie), this Chintan Shibir brought together high-ranking officials, including Chief Secretary of the Home Department Shri Mukesh Puri, Director General of Police Shri Vikas Sahay, Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Smt. Sangita Singh, along with other officers and students from across the state.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

Introducing NewsMonks, your premier source for comprehensive and concise news coverage. Dive into the world of business news, alongside a diverse range of other current topics. Stay informed, stay ahead with NewsMonks. Your go-to destination for news that matters.

 

Contact : +91 6351857103 (WA Only)

Email: newsmonnks@gmail.com 

 

Live Traffic

Edtior's Picks

All Rights Reserved by NewsMonks @2023.,
Powered by MediaHives.com