Sunday, 9 March 2014

Vigilance complaints pile up as Delhi Police doesn’t know password | The Indian Express

Over 600 complaints regarding the Delhi Police forwarded by the Central Vigilance Commission to an online portal have been pending for the past eight years. The
reason: the Delhi Police didn’t know the password to access the portal
or how to operate it, a lapse that went undetected since 2006.

In January finally, two Delhi Police officers, one of the level of
deputy commissioner of police and another an inspector, were imparted
“training” by the CVC on the same.

Sources in the CVC said 667 complaints had piled up, with no action taken by the police.

Each Delhi government department under the CVC, including the MCD,
DDA and several investigating agencies, have a chief vigilance officer
to look into complaints. If a complaint reaches the CVC, either it
tackles it independently or it sends it to the concerned department

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