In stride to make India corrupt free, Central Vigilance Commission set up a https://pledge.cvc.nic.in/ portal taking up integrity pledges by individuals and organizations. In a whopping response, 4,815,635 citizens and 68,626 organizations are registered on Central Vigilance Commission portal for Corrupt Free India.
Achieving such a number is a big achievement because it's based on voluntary signups by organizations and citizens of India. Currently that close to 5 million peoples up for Corrupt free India.
Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) was launched in 1964 by Government of India to address the governmental corruption in India.
A Corrupt Free India pledge can be taken by going through the Central Vigilance Commission portal site and registering with them in three simple steps.
You need to enter the basic details like Name, gender, Aadhar card number, address, date of birth, pin code, State, District, email ID, mobile number in the first step and read the pledge guidelines in the language that you choose in the second and third step. Confirm the signup.
Recently NIA ex-chief Sharad Kumar appointed vigilance commissioner, the post which was vacant since February.
62 years old Sharad Kumar is a 1969 batch IPS officer of the Haryana cadre and he has been appointed for a term of four years or till he attains the age of 65.
Further, Government of India is seen promoting the CVC portal on various government sites which include IRCTC train booking portal.