BM Bureau, Oct 14 : Justice Narendra of the Karnataka High Court bench at Dharwad on Wednesday said that the failure to enforce the anti-corruption statute needs amendments that will help in controlling corruption and instilling fear in those involved in corruption.
He was speaking at the closing ceremony of a three-day workshop on the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988. The workshop was organized by the ACB , Northern Range. The participants including the judges , police officials and bureaucrats were informed about how corruption is an obstacle to the country’s progress and how it should be eradicated.
T Sunilkumar, ADGP, ACB Headquarters, Bangalore, gave a presidential address and instructed the participants in this workshop to implement the instructions given by them and to investigate corruption eradication cases. This workshop was organized under the guidance of B S Nemagoudar, Superintendent of Police, ACB North Zone.
The workshop was attended by the Superintendents of Police, North Zone, East Zone, West Zone, Northeast Zone, Bellary Police Superintendents, Police Inspectors, Police Inspectors and HC / PC grade officers and staff.
The workshop was attended by video corporation officials and staff from all corruption prevention squads in Karnataka.