CPIM to observe Anti Corruption Week



Shimla: Himachal Pradesh state secretariat of the CPIM has decided to observe the second week from December 6 to 13 as ‘Anti Corruption week’. A massive campaign will be launched to expose the sordid tale of corruption under the central UPA-2 and the BJP government of the state. Corruption in the 2G scam, corruption in the commonwealth (CWG) projects, lands scams corruption in Mumbai- Adarsh Housing society scam and corruption in land lease to private universities in the state are some of the major corruption scams that have come up in the recent past, member of State Secretariat of party Tikender Singh Panwar said in a press statement today.

The CPIM has stated only recently that an international organization called Global Financial Integrity headed by a former International Monetary Fund (IMF) Director published a report that showed that in the last decade 5.7 lakh crores rupees of illegal financial flows went out of the country. The main drivers according to the report were the ‘high net – worth individuals and private companies’. The CPIM has asked the government to initiate criminal prosecution in all these cases and ensure that the guilty are behind the bars.

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