Government mulls changes in anti-corruption laws to protect officials

The government is considering significant changes in the country’s anticorruption laws to protect officials and empower them to take firm and timely decisions. It is planning to amend the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, to shift the onus on investigative agencies to prove that pecuniary benefits flowed to bureaucrats before booking them in graft responses.


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