New Delhi: Within 72 hours of the anti-corruption helpline being launched by the Delhi Government, the facilitators working with the helpline have found 59 complaints of serious nature, which have been forwarded to the Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) for further probe and necessary action.
Officials said the helpline team has so far referred 150 calls to the facilitators for further action and of these 59 have been found to be fit for further probe by the Anti Corruption Branch.
“The complaints that have been referred for further probe include those against the Delhi Police, MCD, DDA and even against departments of the Delhi Government. Only those cases where evidence have been provided by the complainant, and prima facie the complaints were found to have any merit have been recommended for further probe,” an official said.
Till now, the anti corruption helpline of Delhi government answered a total of 26,712 telephone calls till 5 p.m. on Wednesday. The re-launched helpline is functioning on a 24×7 basis.
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