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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Staff Members of Ashoknagar MDG started observing Vigilance Awareness Week

As per the instruction contained in CVC circular No.013/VGL/082 dtd.25.09.2013, observance of Vigilance Awareness Week was commenced by the staff members of Ashoknagar MDG  headed by Shri B Samal, Postmaster. 
             Speaking to the staff members Sri Samal told that if we analyze the current series of scams from defence to distribution and from CWG to 2G, there would not be any contradiction that most of the ministers and bureaucrats who should work for building the nation as responsible representative of the people and government are deeply involved in corruption. When the question of bureaucrats’ involvement in corruption comes, undoubtedly, it fingers towards all public servants who are prioritizing and satisfying their vested interests grossly ignoring the noble purpose of rendering selfless service to the nation for which they are appointed for. Workers build nation and we are confident that they can drive the nation out of corruption. While punishment to the corrupt and guilty is a must, a little effort may be taken simultaneously observing the vigilance awareness week to motivate the public servants for staying away from corruption.
            The following  three important messages of  Mahatma Gandhi, our Father of Nation on corruption was reiterated by Shri Samal before the staff members.

Mahatma Gandhi on Corruption

… Any system of government can fail if people do not show scrupulous honesty and a feeling of brotherhood. There may be work; there may be men to do the work and also the tools with which to do it: yet in my view, any system which admits poverty and unemployment is not fit to survive even for a day…
(Hindu. 31/12/1947)

…It is the duty of all leading men, whatever their persuasion or party, to safeguard the dignity of India. That dignity can’t be saved if misgovernment and corruption flourish. Misgovernment and corruption always go together.….
(Hindu. 16/12/1947).

“..It (corruption) has now become worse than before. Restraint from it has practically gone. Corruption will go when the large number of persons given unworthily to it realize that the nation does not exist for them to exploit but that they exist to serve the nation. This requires morals, and extreme vigilance on the part of those who are free of the taint. Indifference will be criminal…”
(Hindu, 27 January 1948)
And lastly, the following pledge was taken by the staff members of Ashoknagar MDG.

“We, the public servants of India, do hereby solemnly pledge that we shall continuously strive to bring about integrity and transparency in all spheres of our activities. We also pledge that we shall work unstintingly for eradication of corruption in all spheres of life. We shall remain vigilant and work towards the growth and reputation of our organization. Through our collective efforts, we shall bring pride to our organizations and provide value based service to our countrymen. We shall do our duty conscientiously and act without fear or favour.”     

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