OUR SERVICES : CORRUPTION ISSUES

OUR SERVICES : CORRUPTION ISSUES

CORRUPTION ISSUES

It is a commonly held view that political and bureaucratic corruption, public funds embezzlement, fraudulent procurement practices and corruption in the enforcement and regulatory institutions and consumer exploitation by private companies/ contractors plague Indian public life. Only by mobilizing public opinion the anticorruption agencies can create the conditions necessary for systemic change, create awareness and welfare among the people by educating them and by conducting camps at various places such as Public gatherings, Social Media, Community centers and other places of public importance and to bring improvement in the existing system.

NACF is here

  • To work for protection of interest and safeguard the fundamental rights of Indian Citizen for upkeeping democratic values without any discrimination of caste, creed, sex against any exploitation.
  • To create awareness among the common people and educating them with mechanism provided in the existing laws for combating corruption in centre and state ravel i.e. 1PC 1860, Prevention of corruption act 1988, Prevention of money Laundering act 2002, Right to Information act 2005, Income Tax A41961. Central Vigilance Commission act, Lokayukta act of state, State Anti Corruption Agencies etc, for betterment of their living standard by availing all the facilities provided by centre and state administration such as right to education, right to food, right to live, right to medical facilities, right to get legal aid, etc.
  • To educate people about impact of corruption which not only hinders growth, it also perpetuates inequalities, deepens poverty and causes human suffering. dilutes the fight against terrorism and organized crime and tarnishes India’s image globally, The impact of corruption is multi fold, encompassing political costs, economic costs, social costs, environmental costs and issues of national security A tendency has set in, where the fight against corruption is seen as the job of a few anti-corruption agencies, whereas in reality it is the responsibility of every citizen and organization. Therefore. a need was felt for collective action among all actors of society such as political leaders, various government agencies, civil society, media, the private sector and the common man. So, need to focuses on the importance of values and ethics and the role of education and awareness, so as to bring in the citizen as a key player in the fight against corruption.
  • To develop programs and projects for protection of environment, health services, legal and programs, consumer awareness programs, educational programs (Including Computer Training), training programs to encourage self employment, agriculture training programs to small farmers and any other programs for upliftment of poor and weaker section of society in rural and village areas.
  • To eradicate the social evils by helping the abandon, lonely handicapped dumb deaf. disabled people, widows to stand at their own feet, to provide free Food. Clothes, Medicines, ambulance (Surface/Air) and other necessary things to the poor and needy, to provide affordable health services through own or associated service centers to children of widows. to make adequate arrangements for poor, Widows, War widows and handicapped, orphans, old aged and mentally retired persons.
  • To protect the human rights in general and imparting knowledge about various government effort to minimizing corruption through coordinated of anti corruption agencies and regulators besides referring the case to the concerned agency like Police! ACB, CBI. Other tool for minimizing corrupt practices by automated payment and refund processes through DD or RTGS or through the bank accounts. Political will is a decisive factor in determining whether a country can enforce the constitutional, legal and the institutional provisions available to combat corruption, Establishment of institution like the Lokpal and implementation of nationwide anti corruption strategy would clearly demonstrate political will. Ethics and standardization of norms are a mandatory minimum measures for establishing credibility of the political institutions.
  • To give importance on E-governance, which is a strong tool for ensuring corruption free administration by the various democratic institutions in our country. In democracy, good governance is a right of the people and e-Governance acts as a facilitator. It helps in simplifying and promoting an accountable and transparent government. E-governance is the use of information and communication technology to promote more efficient and effective government, greater convenient government services, greater public access to information, and more government accountability to citizens
  • To accept and receive any grant, donation, fee, in any form for Implantation off objective of the trust and to give donation to any such society agencies institution or trust working to support for upliftment of the human value and resources.
  • To invest the Trust funds in the various financial schemes run by the Govt. of India for the purpose of raising funds of the Trust to spend the same for the fulfillment of objects of the Trust. it is being understood that objects of the Trust will not include objects involving the carrying on of any activity for profit within the meaning of the provision of the Income-Tax Act, 1961.
  • NACF works to create awareness and also works for protecting fundamental and basic human rights of all Indian citizens in and around the society within India.