Dispel fear is the job of the investigating agencies , not intimidate: PM

Dispel fear is the job of the investigating agencies , not intimidate: PM

Dispel fear is the job of the investigating agencies , not intimidate: PM

New Delhi / Correspondent

"It is not the job of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) to intimidate the people, but to allay the fears of the people,"  said PM Narendra Modi. Only when faith in justice grows will it be possible to bring 'Suraj' to reality. Therefore, it is necessary to eradicate the scourge of corruption from the society, he added.

A video of Prime Minister Modi's speech was screened at a joint conference organized for CBI and CVC officials. Speaking on the occasion, Modi said, "We are celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the country's independence." In the next 25 years, we will move towards realizing the resolve of Atmanirbhar Bharat (Self-reliant India). Good, transparent, people-oriented and efficient administration is essential during this period. It is our endeavor to develop it.

Corruption, big or small, is an injustice. Corruption deprives citizens of their rights. It is an obstacle to the progress of the nation. Is weakening our collective strength as a country. However, now a days people believe that no matter how powerful those who threaten the country, plunder the poor; they will not be speared by the government, he claimed.   

It is possible to curb growing corruption. People can do things without paying a bribe. He also mentioned that we have succeeded after 6-7 years of trying to create this belief in the minds of the people that government schemes can be availed even without intermediaries. New India  does not intend corruption to be an integral part of the system. It wants a transparent system. The process needs to be efficient and the administration fast. 21st Century India is focused on using modern technology for the betterment of humanity with new ideas. New India 'innovates'. Initiates and implements, he added.

Today, the administration across the country looks at the people with confidence and not with suspicion. It is on the basis of this belief that the doors of corruption are being closed. Therefore, corruption and unnecessary scams have been prevented by reducing the scrutiny of documents. We have accepted the task of minimizing government interference in the lives of citizens as a 'mission'. The government has always tried to facilitate the process. instead of 'maximum government control'; minimum government and maximum governance,' is our goal, he said.

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