Assam Vigilance Awareness week 2020: Frequently Asked Questions against Corruption By Public

By | August 2, 2021

Assam Vigilance Awareness week 2020: Frequently Asked Questions against Corruption  By Public

Assam Government is going to make the state corruption-free by doing some strict action by Assam Police against corruption. The step is already taken and the result you can see at the last of this page. Now The public can raise their questions against corruption.

If a county is to be Corruption free and become a nation of beautiful! minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father. the mother and the teacher. 


Assam Vigilance Awareness week 2020: Frequently Asked Questions against Corruption  By Public

Trap Cases Frequently Asked Questions By Public:

FAQs

Q.1 : Who is a Corrupt Public Servant?

Ans: Whoever accepts or obtains or attempts to obtain from another person for himself or for any other person any undue advantage as a motive or reward to induce a public servant, by corruption or illegal means or by the exercise of his personal influence to perform or to cause performance of a public duty improperly can be defined as a Corrupt Public servant under Section 8 of P.0 Act, 1988 (as amended 2018).

 

Q.2 : Who can approach for conducting a TRAP against Corrupt Public Servant?

Ans: Any person from the public from whom any Public Servant has demanded BRIBE illegally against performing a Public Duty.

 

Q.3 : Against whom TRAP can be laid?

Ans: TRAP can be laid against any Corrupt Public Servant is irrespective of Rank or Position in a Govt. Office.

 

SOME FIGURES RELATED TO TRAP OPERATIONS DURING THE PERIOD OF THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT (25/0512016 TO 15/1012020)

  • Total TRAP Executed: 63 Nos.
  • Total Corrupt Public Servant Arrested: 90 Nos.
  • A total person other than Corrupt Public: 5 Nos.
  • Servant Arrested
  • Total cash recovered: Rs. 3.89,05,716.00 (Rupees Three Crore Eighty-Nine Lakh Five Thousand Seven Hundred Sixteen}Only
  • Total valuables recovered worths: Rs. 58.91,649.00 (Rupees Fifty-Eight Lakh Ninty One Thousand Six Hundred Forty Nine) Only

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