Five corruption cases pertaining to DoNER in 2007-09: Govt

The Central Vigilance Commission has found five cases of alleged corruption pertaining to Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) during 2007-09, the Government informed Rajya Sabha today.

New Delhi: The Central Vigilance Commission
has found five cases of alleged corruption pertaining to
Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) during
2007-09, the Government informed Rajya Sabha today.

"As per information received from the CVC, they have
dealt with a total of five cases of alleged corruption
pertaining to the Ministry of DoNeR during 2007-09," DoNeR
Minister B K Handique said in replying to a question.

He said no exclusive wing has been established in the
CVC for the North Eastern region.

Handique said his Ministry has laid down a huge emphasis
on monitoring and evaluation of its schemes and programmes.

PTI

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