Indian Railways to set an example of transparency! Piyush Goyal-led Railway Ministry is taking a big step to make railway sector of India corruption-free. The Railway Minister, who was on a three-day visit to the UK, said that in a bid to set an example of transparency, the profiles of officials in the Railway Ministry are being studied.
This, the minister says, is part of a bigger anti-corruption drive. According to a PTI report, during an interaction with representatives from the Indian diaspora in Britain, Goyal recently said that steps have been taken by the Modi government to address the issue of transparency across all departments. Also, a clean-up drive is being executed across all Indian states, he said.
During a “Fireside Chat” event with India Inc CEO Manoj Ladwa, which was organized by the Indian High Commission in London along with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Goyal said that action has been taken on several officers who have had integrity issues in several departments. Read more
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