CT Group hosts seminar on Vigilance Awareness Week by Vigilance Bureau Punjab

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• SSP Vigilance makes students aware of vigilance department’s working
• Vigilance Bureau Punjab holds zonal seminar to mark Vigilance Awareness Week at CT Group
• Youth must step forward to eradicate corruption from the society: DC Varinder Kumar Sharma
• Students and guests take oath to stop corruption in society and system
• CT students showcase the reality of corrupt system through a street play ‘Mera Bharat Mahaan’
• Officials launch poster of ‘Chetna’ a short video on corrupt system, produced by CT Group
Jalandhar October 31 (Jaswinder Azad)- In order to mark Vigilance Awareness Week, a zonal level seminar was organised by Vigilance Bureau Punjab at CT Group of Institutions, Shahpur campus. The Chief Guest for the occasion was IPS Naunihal Singh, Inspector General of Police, Zonal-2, Jalandhar along with numerous officials namely IAS Varinder Kumar Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Jalandhar, PPS Navjot S Mahal, Senior Superintendent of Police, Vigilance Bureau, PPS Rajeshwar Singh Sidhu, AIG, Intelligence and Satpal, District Attorney (Prosecution) etc.
The event was started with lightning of lamp and a patriotic group by CT Group students, followed with a welcome speech about working of Vigilance Department delivered by Diljinder S Dhillon, SSP, Vigilance Bureau, Jalandhar Range. Highlighting about the working of Vigilance Department, he said, “Police and Vigilance team works together on several grounds. There are different ways of getting a hold on those guilty who are involved in corrupt activities. Firstly, he might be involved directly in getting bribe, secondly indirectly involvement through an agent, thirdly, if any officer is misusing his power and bribe like in big scams which is also called organised corruption followed by other ways of indirect corruption where a person’s assets/properties etc are valued much more than his monthly income.”
He further motivated the young students to step forward and file complaints if they come across any corrupt activities being performed. Students of CT Group staged a street play named ‘Mera Bharat Mahaan’ highlighting the corrupt practices of the Indian system and then a poster of ‘Chetna’- a short movie on corruption by CT students was launched by the present officials.
IPS Naunihal Singh, Inspector General of Police, Chief Guest focused on the problem of brain drain and asked young students that why Indians especially young generation is ready to move abroad? Giving a reply he said, “Today’s youth is more attracted to move abroad and struggle because they believe that Indian system is corrupt. We must take an oath in making ourselves honest first and resolve the problem of corruption and then the day will not be far when people will stay in India and perform their duties.”
DC Varinder Kumar Sharma said that if a small chunk of the young population steps forward and starts reporting corrupt activities and remains firm in their activities of honesty, then the system can become more transparent as it will surely help in eradicating the corruption from the system. His speech was then followed by the motivational words and suggestions by Jatinder Singh Pannu, a senior media professional.
Charanjit S Channi, Chairman CT Group said that youth must be bold enough to fight against corruption and the officials must work with honesty and transparency so that India can list its names in the top transparent countries of the world.
Manbir Singh, Managing Director and Harpreet Singh, Vice Chairman, CT Group of Institutions were also present on the occasion.

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