Ranchi: Jharkhand government is working on a zero tolerance policy to eliminate corruption and taking all possible steps to provide a clean, sensitive and transparent administration to the people, Governor Droupadi Murmu said on Monday.
"Our government is committed to rid Jharkhand of corruption and it is working on a policy of zero tolerance," Murmu told the Assembly on the opening day of the Budget session on Monday.
She said the state Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) was given more teeth and results were there, adding she believed that corruption would be rooted out from the state.
She said the ten aims of the government to make the state prosperous were public participation, cleanliness, rooting out corruption, hassle-free traffic, electricity, health, agriculture, irrigation, education and women empowerment.
The government was taking all possible steps to give a clean, sensitive, transparent and responsible administration as its aim was also to develop villages, farmers and bringing smile to the last person in the society.
She said the government has already taken various steps in accomplishing a prosperous and developed Jharkhand.
Updated Date: Feb 15, 2016 17:06 PM