Delhi Government’s Anti Corruption Helpline which was relaunched on April the 5th by the Chief Minister, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, has got an overwhelming response with 1,25,065 telephone calls recorded on this number in the first 30 days call list.
Of these, 1,10,380 calls have been received so far and the helpline number 1031 is functioning 24×7 successfully.
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The main and relevant figures of the anti-corruption helpline are shared below :
> Atleast 6,000 telephone calls so far have met the minimum requirements of perusal by the anti-corruption helpline.
> Number of complaints referred by the helpline to the facilitators so far is 510
> Of these 252 have been marked to the Anti Corruption Branch (ACB)
> 238 complaints were found to be unfit for reference to the ACB.
> 169 are being followed up by the ACB and 79 are still pending for the ACB perusal.
> Some other complaints are in different stages of scrutiny.
> ACB has so far disposed off seven complaints.
> 25 arrests have so far been made by the ACB in different cases of corruption involving public servants.
The figures so far indicate growing faith of the residents of the national capital in the anti-corruption drive of the government.
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