Port Blair, Sept. 19: Administration of the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands has a resolute "Zero Tolerance" policy towards corruption. To display its commitment to the fight against Corruption, the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) has developed a QR Code-based system, which is being affixed across government offices and websites etc. in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

This QR Code can be scanned by citizens, facilitating the easy and prompt submission of corruption-related complaints. Upon scanning, a unique "Complaint Number" will be generated for each case, ensuring a quick and streamlined complaint submission process.

Furthermore, citizens can use the "Track Complaint" feature on the web application, to monitor the progress of their reported cases, using the assigned Complaint Number. This transparency empowers citizens and enhances accountability, within the administrative setup.

The QR Code has been affixed at prominent public locations within the Government Offices. The process is on-going to affix the QR - code at all the Government Offices in A&N Administration and Police. DySP ACU has also conducted a briefing session to educate both officials and the general public on the utilization of the QR code for reporting corruption-related complaints. This initiative aims to make the reporting of corruption cases simple, accessible and prompt for everyone.

The Administration of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, through the Anti-Corruption Unit, calls upon the general public to actively participate in the fight against corruption, by utilizing this innovative QR Code-based system. By doing so, citizens may contribute to the creation of a transparent and accountable Governance.

To file a corruption-related complaint online and be part of this collective effort, please scan the QR Code provided.