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Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption, Tamil Nadu


The Government of Tamil Nadu set up the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC) as a separate Department as a first organised measure towards tackling corruption in public administration. The DVAC comes under the administrative control of the Government in Personnel and Administrative Reforms (N) Department. With regard to matters of enquiry and investigation against Public Servants, the reports on the result of enquiries investigations are sent to the Vigilance Commissioner for further action.


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1Expose the businessmen, politicians and actors who have buried 1.5 trillion dollars in Swiss banks. Bring the money home, bring these criminals to books and then we can talk about eliminating corruption in India. As long as the present system continues and money is buried there, Corruption will continue. Arresting a few citizens and few government officials is just a show off and symbolism. First of all the society should change. Every one is basically corrupt. If you complain about the guy not stopping in red signal and when it comes you allow that with the explanation, that it is too late for something otherwise, does not mean much. Unless a strong and benign dictator rules India, corruption won't go away. A benign dictator is a dictator who controls everything with a heavy hand except that he does not choose to accumulate for his own self or for his family. May be a strong bachelor, old enough with no relationship of own in the next 20 years. No other way to root out corruption; because all our current politicians are real bastards; I mean yes bastards
posted on 2009-08-16

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