Say No to Corruption: The Integrity Bulletin

Corruption in India. Photo: RMN News Service
Corruption in India. Photo: RMN News Service

The Integrity Bulletin Launched to Cover Corruption Issues

Say No to Corruption: The Integrity Bulletin

“Corruption robs schools, hospitals, and others of vitally needed funds. It rots institutions, as public officials enrich themselves or turn a blind eye to criminality. It deprives people of their rights, drives away foreign investment, and despoils the environment,” says UN Secretary General António Guterres.

The humanitarian organization RMN Foundation is publishing the The Integrity Bulletin magazine. The monthly news magazine covers local and international corruption news and issues to engage with different stakeholders who are trying to combat corruption.

In the latest April 2024 issue of The Integrity Bulletin, you can read that a new research project aims to compile a comprehensive report – under the title India Corruption Research Report 2024 (ICRR 2024) – on diverse aspects of corruption in India. The findings of the report will help the central as well as state governments in the country make actionable strategies to combat corruption. The report will also be equally useful for other stakeholders including businesses, political parties, and international organizations.

The Integrity Bulletin. April 2024
The Integrity Bulletin. April 2024

A new report finds that a slew of opposition politicians joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of prime minister (PM) Narendra Modi to get acquitted in corruption cases, as the Modi government controls the central investigating agencies, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) believes that Arvind Kejriwal is the kingpin in the Delhi liquor mafia case and now he has been jailed, and Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and a coalition of journalists and NGOs have called on the Malaysian authorities to overturn the conviction in absentia of British investigative journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown who covers corruption.

A top Congress leader (who betrayed Congress and joined BJP recently) has asserted that Punjab chief minister (CM) Bhagwant Mann will soon be arrested because he implemented the liquor policy that led to the imprisonment of several Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders in Delhi, residents report crime and corruption at Anjuman CGHS Dwarka in Delhi, a Delhi court has extended the judicial custody of former Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia in the money laundering case linked to Delhi liquor mafia scandal, and Satyendar Jain – a colleague of AAP leader and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal – returned to Delhi’s Tihar Jail after the Supreme Court dismissed his regular bail application in a money laundering case.

You can click here to download the magazine and share it with your colleagues so that they could support this anti-corruption activity.

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