Over 4100 employees penalised by CVC in 2011
New Delhi: The Central Vigilance Commission
has advised imposition of penalty and criminal proceedings
against 4,171 employees for their alleged involvement in
Giving a written reply in Lok Sabha, Minister of State
for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions V Narayanasamy
said the CVC has advised imposition of penalty in a total of
4,171 cases-- 3,144 in first stage and 1,027 in second stage--
of alleged corruption last year.
CVC is consulted at two stages, viz, for the first stage
advice as to whether evidence collected during the preliminary
inquiry merits either a major or a minor penalty in
disciplinary proceedings. After conclusion of the inquiry, the
case records are again referred to the CVC for the second
stage advice on the basis of charges held to be partly or
fully proved or not proved.
In 2010, the Commission has dealt with 4,604 cases of
alleged corruption against government servants.
"During 2010 and 2011, the Commission has tendered its
first stage advice in 3,424 and 3,144 cases respectively," the
He said the Commission has tendered its second stage
advice in 1,180 and 1,027 cases respectively in 2010 and 2011.
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