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May 16, 2019
1:57PM

Lokpal website launched

www.lokpal.gov.in
The website of the Lokpal has been launched. The website, www.lokpal.gov.in, was inaugurated by Chairperson Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose in presence of all the Members of Lokpal in New Delhi today. 


It provides basic information about the working and functioning of the anti-corruption ombudsman.


Our correspondent reports that the process of notifying the rules and regulations including the format for receiving complaints is being developed. 


All complaints which were received till 16th of last month have been disposed off. The complaints received thereafter are under examination.


The Lokpal is the first institution of its kind in India established under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 to inquire and investigate into allegations of the corruption against public functionaries. 

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