Bhrashtachar Mukt JK Week: 46000 Events Held, 35000 Grievances Addressed


SRINAGAR: Bhrashtachar Mukt JK, the week-long campaign against corruption that reiterated the commitment of the Government towards clean, transparent, corruption-free, and responsive governance concluded on Saturday.

Chief Secretary, Dr Arun Kumar Mehta, while presiding over the concluding programme said that during the week-long campaign around 46000 events, including camps, seminars, and workshops at Panchayat, Block, and District levels were held. The events mainly focused on awareness regarding various initiatives of the government viz. e-tendering, and online services which have hugely contributed towards a transparent and corruption-free system, read a DIPR statement issued to press.

“Bhrashtachar Mukt JK” week has given an opportunity and a platform to the common people to have their grievances or specific complaints with regard to corruption registered with the appropriate authorities for a suitable and prompt redress. During the week around 39000 grievances/issues were brought to notice across all districts, out of which around 35000 were of the nature which found immediate resolution, he said.

A major takeaway from the week-long campaign has been the appreciation by the people, and the positive impact of the online services initiated by the government, not only in bringing such services to the public, at the click of a button but also in curbing corrupt practices.

The Chief Secretary, in his remarks, complimented the district administrations for their efforts, senior Officers for their mentoring, and Prabhari Officers for their involvement in observing the week-long programme in their respective Panchayats.

The Chief Secretary emphasized that such efforts to curb corruption and to address all genuine complaints should be continued till the beginning of the vigilance week from 31st October. He added that the endeavor to make the people aware of the online services, and activities to help the common man learn and adapt to using these services should be continued in a sustained manner.

Dr Mehta impressed upon the concern that all complaints registered on IGRAMS need to be addressed suitably and on priority. He underscored that such discussions on corruption need to continue on the first Monday of each month in every panchayat.


  1. “Absolutely love the insights shared in this article! Building a solid financial foundation is key, and you’ve outlined the essential steps beautifully.

    Budgeting is where it all starts – understanding where your money goes is crucial for making informed decisions. And having that emergency fund? It’s like having a safety net that provides peace of mind during uncertain times.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here