The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has carried out four raids in Kushtia, Joypurhat and Dhaka following complaints of irregularities. Deputy Commissioner (PR) Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya said that these operations were taking place on Thursday.
The Assistant Chief Constable said that the ACC's Kushtia Regional Office was accused of harassing a huge customer in the Kumarkhali Kushtia Power Office. During the campaign, the ACC list of the company's daily activities and services will be checked by the client's request for a power connection, the verification is carried out. The ACC noted that, in relation to the residential connection, a line needed to be connected within 2-3 days from the date of application, but in some cases the application was approved but the connection was not given.
During the monitoring of the AGW, the deputy general manager of the office immediately issued a warning to show reasons for the departmental sanction against two wiring inspectors.
The ACC team recommends that all officers and employees of the office are present, to close the broker's reception, to submit the application counter to the counter and to ensure the attendance of full-time officers and employees, to provide emergency services on application. 39 the rules and to strengthen the general monitoring of the office.
Complaint about the use of low quality materials and irregularities in the construction of the Kushtia Housing Estate road, the same group of WRA undertook another action. The team measures the thickness, length and width of the road as a sample during the inspection with officers of the specialist neutral engineer and the search agency. Measurements are less than the thickness of the road. The ACC stated that the perceived quality of the street work was not satisfactory. The ACC has presented its report to the Commission for approval to investigate the irregularities and corruption in the construction of the project.
Dinajpur Regional Office Coordinated ACC ran another campaign after installing the school reforms in Debiganj, Panchagarh. The team received information during the campaign, at 017, 1.35 million Tk Allocated for the repair of Debhalj Upazila's Government Jhaljhali Primary School. But in the effort, the ACC seemed to have overcome the rest of the work at the school. With the project irregularity, the assistant deputy chief engineer and project implementation officer (PIO) initially found the main evidence. So the team recommends looking for this.
On the other hand, the Dhaka Regional Office Directorate (Health) ran a campaign in the Motijheel office on charges of irregularities in the exchange of Department of Health employees. The PVT complained that the statistician Khalilur Rahman and the laboratory assistant were directly involved in the transfer syndicate. In the presence of the ACC team, the director (health) warns the accused workers. The team collects all the information relating to the transfer from the director's office. In analyzing this data, the team will submit detailed reports on the commission.