SUKKUR: Chairman Anti Corruption Committee-II and Commissioner Sukkur Muhammad Abbas Baloch has said that transparent investigations should be ensured in the cases of corruption and inquiry officers should be appointed to resolve the cases based on false allegations.
During a meeting in the committee room of his office here, the Commissioner directed to consider the cases of common people as well as government employees without any favor.
He directed the concerned officers to work for provision of relief to the poor and widows on priority basis. The Deputy Director Anti-Corruption should clarify the strategy regarding this matter, he further directed.
During the hearing 14 cases were brought up for resolution including 12 cases of Revenue Department, 1 of Education Department and 1 case of Regional Transport Authority.
On this occasion it was decided to lodge F.I.R against a primary school teacher (PST) and for re-inquiry for a case of the Regional Transport Authority for want of complete information.
On the the other hand, 6 cases of Revenue Department out of 12 were disposed of for having no evidences and orders were issued for departmental actions against 4 other cases of the department including lodging FIR in case and sending one more case for challan.
Source : APP