Allegations of corruption against former ministers and government officials
Action Taken on Ministers and 135 Officers
The Aam Aadmi Party government has started efforts to stop the corruption that has been going on in government offices for a long time in the state of Punjab. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has been raising his voice against corrupt politicians and government officials who loot public money from the beginning. Chief Minister Mann had said during the elections that action would be taken by exposing corrupt politicians and officials in Punjab. No corrupt will be spared. Since the AAP government took over, 135 government officials, including around 25 gazetted officials, have been arrested for accepting bribes. Simultaneously, the Mann government took action by sacking the health minister of his own government, Vijay Singla. After this, many big leaders and former ministers who had been ministers in the Congress government also started tightening the noose. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has launched an anti-corruption campaign. Even before joining politics, Bhagwant Mann has been speaking openly against corrupt politicians and government officials as an artist. Mann in his own style has been attacking people who are involved in the spread of corruption. No one thought that Bhagwant Mann, who questioned the corruption in his TV show with impunity, would get such an opportunity in real life. Today, when the people of Punjab gave their full support to the ideology of Bhagwant Mann, the Aam Aadmi Party got a big victory in the elections. Seeing the trend of the people of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann
Became the Chief Minister of the Aam Aadmi Party government.
Recently, a case was registered against former Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu for allotting transport tender on fake registration number of vehicles. Due to this anti-corruption campaign, in one case, former Congress government minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, IS officer Sanjay Popli, Indian Forest Service officer Vishal Chauhan, two employees of Punjab Power Corporation Limited, three employees of Ludhiana Improvement Trust, besides many cases. have been recorded. Punjab Vigilance Bureau had registered around 14 criminal cases, out of which around 20 have been booked for corruption.
Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann had also issued an anti-corruption helpline number to the general public, due to the helpline number, the public has exposed the officials involved in corruption. General public is using this Anti Corruption Helpline Number. Due to this number, more than four thousand complaints were sent to the government by the common people. So far 61 people have been arrested and the remaining complaints are under investigation. The government of Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is working on the policy of zero tolerance on corruption. Due to the policy of zero tolerance on corruption, the faces of many people are being exposed in front of the people of Punjab. Common people are now saying that if such action against corruption continues, then soon a new Punjab can be seen.