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Memorandum submitted to Chief Minister Jayalalithaa
Tirupur: The People Protection Development Association (PPDA) has asked the State Government to constitute a wing of Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption in Tirupur district at the earliest.
“Though the district was formed two years ago, the unit is yet be set up in the district causing enormous difficulties to the public who face the brunt of corruption from the public servants daily,” PPDA state president S. Arunraj told reporters here.
At present, the people are dependent on the DVAC unit functioning in Coimbatore.
Mr. Arunraj pointed out that corruption is rampant in taluk supplies office and at other government offices in the district as common man was being made to wait unnecessarily to obtain even a ration card or some land documents if they refused to pay bribes. “The setting up of DVAC unit for the district will help the public to get relief for their grievances expeditiously,” he said.
A memorandum highlighting the difficulties encountered by the people had been sent by the PPDA to the Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.
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