Why did PM Modi say that I have heard a lot of abuses? Vigilance Awareness Week

Publish Date: 03 Nov, 2022 |

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took part in a program to mark the 'Vigilance Awareness Week' of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi on Thursday. During this, PM Modi launched the new 'Grievance Management System' portal of CVC. Taking part in the program, PM Modi said that there is no need to fear organizations like CVC who take action against corruption.

PM Modi’s comment

Speaking at the event organized on Vigilance Awareness Week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, 'The CVC and other organizations working against corruption need not be on the defensive. I have come out of this arrangement for a long time. I got a chance to work as the head of government for a long time. I have heard many abuses, many allegations have been made. There is nothing left for me. So all organizations like CVC which take action against corruption and corrupt need not be defensive. PM Modi further said that he has been trying to change the system of gratitude and pressure for the last 8 years.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also remembered Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on this occasion. He said, 'Sardar Saheb's entire life was devoted to honesty, transparency and building public service inspired by it. In this nectar of independence, we have to completely change the practice which has been going on for decades. On 15th August, I also told the Red Fort that after the last 8 years of labor practice, the time has come for a decisive fight against corruption.


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