Mumbai (Thestates.news), Maharashtra Governor Ramesh Bais gave the ‘Integrity Pledge’ to the staff and officers of Raj Bhavan on the occasion of ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ at Raj Bhavan Mumbai on Fri (3 Nov.)
Observing that corruption is a major obstacle to the economic, political and social progress of the country, the Governor appealed to all to uphold integrity and honesty; and to ‘not to accept or give bribes’.
The Secretary to the Governor (In-charge) Shweta Singhal read out the messages of the Governor and Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on the occasion.
The ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ is being observed across the state from October 30 to November 5. ‘Say No to Corruption; Commit to the Nation’ has been decided as the theme of the Week.
Special Secretary to the Governor Vipin Kumar Saxena, Comptroller of the Governor’s Households Arun Anandkar and Deputy Secretary Ravindra Dhurjad were present.