[ap-intact] INFO: India anti-corruption agency tells gov’t agencies to hire outside experts

Citing delays in probing suspected corruption in construction projects, the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has asked government departments to hire independent and reliable engineers to finish these investigations on time. "An independent and reliable engineer, if considered necessary can also be appointed or hired for assisting the Chief Vigilance Officers," the CVC said in an order.

Read the story by the Press Trust of India, in Zee News. http://zeenews.india.com/news/india/hire-outside-experts-to-finish-corruption-probe-on-time-cvc_1581133.html

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