Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said, introduction of AADHAAR for Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme has resulted in saving of thirty six thousand crore rupees.
Addressing valedictory session of Vigilance Awareness Week in New Delhi this evening, Mr Modi said that the money saved from pilferage of LPG and Kerosene was diverted to targeted beneficiaries.
He said, interview for appointment to grade 3 and 4 posts was also a major reason of corrupt practices in the country. He said, his government abolished the interview system for these category of posts.
The Prime Minister said that corruption has no place in India and common man is honest to the core of his heart. He also called for application of technology to bring transparency in the administrative and governance processes and thereby curb the menace of corruption.
Mr Modi said, things cannot be left to the whims and fancies of individuals and government has to be policy driven. He also stressed on taking broad range of inputs for law and policy making.