ID Card Compliance by Public Servants in India Questioned by Youth For Anticorruption

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 A letter has been sent to the appropriate authorities, including the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Department of Personnel and Training, and the state-level Home Departments and Public Service Commissions, highlighting the issue of non-compliance with ID card wearing guidelines by public servants in India, including IAS officers.
The letter, sent by Rajendra Palnati, the founder of Youth for Anti Corruption NGO, states that many public servants are not wearing their ID cards while on duty, causing confusion among the general public and posing a security threat. The non-compliance of wearing ID cards is a violation of the government guidelines and detrimental to the smooth functioning of public service.
Mr. Rajendra Palnati has urged the appropriate authorities to take necessary action and issue a directive to all public servants to comply with the guidelines on wearing ID cards while on duty. The compliance of these guidelines will ensure transparency and accountability in the functioning of the public service and will help in building trust among the general public.
The issue of proper identification of public servants is a matter of great importance, as it helps to ensure transparency, accountability and trust in the public service. The appropriate authorities are yet to respond to the letter and take necessary action on this matter.
YOUTH FOR ANTICORRUPTION advisior Srinuvas Madav, Dr. Prathibha Laxmi. Media Secretary Jayaram, organization members Gangadhar, Devender, Kanuganti Raju, Cherukuri Jangaiah, Manideep, Srinuvas Rao, Hari, Maria Anthony, Dr. Annapurna, Dr. Indira Priyadarshini, Snigtha, Kolle Bhavani, Pragathi, Shirisha, Pragathi, Ashwini, Nagendra, Eshwar and others participated


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