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Anti-Corruption Week celebrations launched
The Anti-Corruption Week celebrations were launched to educate the people about ill effects of corruption, and to bring awareness about the functioning of the Anti Corruption Bureau, said ACB DSP K Rangaraju in Srikakulam on Wednesday.
Srikakulam: The Anti-Corruption Week celebrations were launched to educate the people about ill effects of corruption, and to bring awareness about the functioning of the Anti Corruption Bureau, said ACB DSP K Rangaraju in Srikakulam on Wednesday.
Speaking to the media, he said that the weeklong celebrations would be held from December 3 to 9. Different types of awareness programmes would be carried out in this week. In the current year, about seven traps were done till April, he added.
Mr Rangaraju briefed the date-wise awareness programme schedule. On December 4, an awareness programme would be held for the students of Ambedkar University. On December 5, an awareness meeting for the general public, on December 6, 7 and 8, essay writing competitions would be held for the students of School, College, Engineering and PG levels on the topic “Corruption and its ill effects and various measures to curb the corruption practice”. Awareness among the people would also be brought through posters and pamphlets from Wednesday. A massive rally would be organised for the government employees on December 9 in which all the employees of various departments would take part, he added.