22 corruption cases referred to Goa Vigilance Directorate
Panaji, Mar 20 (UNI) The Directorate of Vigilance in Goa received as many as 22 cases of corruption referred to by the public representatives including ''sarpanchs'' and legislators during the last one year.
THis was submitted to the State Legislative Assembly in response to a query by legislator Francis D'Souza today. The complainants included Chief Minister Pratapsinh Rane and former chief minister Manohar Parrikar.
Four of these cases had been referred to the Anti-Corruption Bureau section and inquiries were at various stages.
This apart, major penalty proceedings had been initiated against twelve officers and minority penalty proceedings against 24 others during the last three years, according to Chief Minister Pratapsinh Rane.
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