Self-reliance with integrity and commitment to oath is the success of Vigilance Awareness Week: Lal Vishwas Bains
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
Self-reliance with integrity and adherence to oath is the success of Vigilance Awareness Week. If we really want to see the difference between the vigilance awareness week celebrated every year and this week, then make ourself aware and develop the courage to do vigilance not only in one way, but in all areas, then only this week Titled “Corruption Free India – Developed India” will become a reality. These views are shared by PCS officer Lal Vishwas Bains, SDM Kapurthala. He was the chief guest in a special program organized by the Vigilance Bureau Jalandhar Range Kapurthala Unit under “Vigilance Awareness Week” at Virsa Vihar. DSP Kapurthala Maninderpal Singh, District Attorney Chetna Gill, Maan Singh Dham of Lord Krishna Group were joined as special guests.
Self-reliance with integrity and commitment to oath is the success of Vigilance Awareness Week: Lal Vishwas Bains. The program started with the welcome note to the guests and audience by Inspector Sakshi Sharma of Vigilance Bureau Kapurthala. After this, the main speaker of the ceremony, former Principal Assa Singh Ghuman, gave information about the subject and said that “Vigilance Awareness Week” is being celebrated across the country from 31st October 2022 to 06th November 2022 under the theme “Corruption Free India – Developed India”. In this regard, he made the students aware of the work they do regarding awareness. The second speaker Prof. Ranjit Singh, Nawab Jassa Singh Ahluwalia Randhir College inspired the students through two different personal experiences to be vigilant in the future. The third speaker, Advocate Mallika Chadha, who is the State Chief Legal Adviser, made the students aware of their responsibility to stand against corruption. Social worker Deepak Salwan appreciated the work of District Kapurthala Vigilance Unit.
While conducting the stage, IKGPTU Deputy Registrar Rajneesh Sharma shared about the technological revolution against corruption. He told to the officials of various departments, employees, social service organizations involved in the program about the use of technology to end the corruption spread around them. Deputy Registrar Rajneesh Sharma joined as the host panel with DSP Palwinder Singh, Kulwant Singh and team vigilance bureau Kapurthala. At the end of the program, Inspector Sakshi Sharma administered an oath to all to stand against corruption.