Prominent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Bihar Legislative Council member, Dilip Kumar Jaiswal, has accused 17 senior officers of the Nagaland government of corruption. Jaiswal claims that these officials are currently under investigation by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
Despite being a part of the coalition government in Nagaland, Jaiswal emphasizes his commitment to exposing the truth about corruption prevailing in the state. He firmly believes that corruption has not only hindered the progress of Nagaland but has also infiltrated its bureaucracy.
Jaiswal has called upon the central government to take decisive action to eradicate corruption, urging those involved to prioritize the welfare of the people. He attributes the prevalence of corruption to the Congress regime’s rule of over 60 years, stating that it fostered a culture of corruption among officials.
When questioned about the BJP’s election manifesto in Nagaland, Jaiswal assured that the party is earnestly working towards fulfilling its promises. With corruption posing a significant obstacle to development, Jaiswal’s call for action has ignited a debate on the urgent need for anti-corruption measures in Nagaland.