The biggest hurdle before the State's progress is not the lack of funds or the application of advanced technology, but our own people who are thriving in corruption and bribery.
If a leader can take tough action against the graft in public life, almost all the ills plaguing our country will disappear soon. To this effect, Chief Minister K Rosaiah gave a clarion call to the Anti-Corruption Bureau to intensify their raids and to work vigorously towards that goal.
The common man should be empowered to question the Government officials for inefficiency, dishonesty or for any corrupt methods. Only then the Government will have some respectability in the public, the CM felt.
When proper grievance disposal mechanism works, the Government’s welfare schemes will function properly enabling the state to reach new heights. The cases should be disposed off as early as possible..
The cases filed against high officials are being unnecessarily dragged giving room for doubt the, the CM observed.Admitting the fact that the ACB is understaffed the CM said the department needs o to be strengthened by drafting another 400 personnel at the district level, the CM noted.
Annually about 30 cases are being booked by the ACB of which 70 to 80 are Disproportionate Assets cases.