ANTI CRIME AND CORRUPTION ACTIVITIES AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES.TO FULFILL THESE OBJECTIVES FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES WILL BE DONE BY CRIME INVESTIGATION DETECTION:FIELD WORK OF CRIME & CORRUPTION CONTROL
The trust has committed to do the work as:-
- To create educating campaigns.
- Investigation of Criminal cases, Corruption,Cheating,fraud etc.
- Apprehending corrupt government servant red-handed.
- To curb the evil of corruption against public servants.
- To publish magzines/ papers etc.
- To help local, national and international law enforcements officials.
- To protect the human rights of all.
- To work for the welfare of the senior citizens, women,
- students, children, helpless etc.
- To work in the field of medicals, charitable, social and educational.
- To work for the welfare of sc/st/obc and destitutes persons.
Sustainable Livelihoods The CIDT is a leading centre with a well-established track record of people-centred development.
We offer the depth of practical and technical experience gained by our strong multidisciplinary team. All staff share a deep commitment in working with others towards the achievement of the Millennium targets for the elimination of poverty and sustainable development. We believe that to have impact and support sustainable processes it is important to work in a participatory way with people like us to work.
MISSION & VISSION
Corruption is ubiquitous and unlimited. It has became all pervading, a world phenomenon. It has increased by leaps and bounds worldwide, in direct relation and proportion to our moral degradation, destruction of character, devaluation of human values and lust for power and money.
It is said that when character is lost everything is lost. There is no character and so we have lost all. The political leaders, the heads of governments and others at helm of the affairs of many nations are corrupt and corruption is contagious. It spreads rapidly and percolates to all the lower levels. There is no country immune from it. There might be a difference of degrees, but as far as its quality, gravity and pervasiveness are concerned, there is hardly any difference.
Corruption in India is rampant and well established in all spheres of our life public life, politics, administration, business, judicial system, education, research and security. There is hardly any exception. There are scandals and scams in plenty, In foreign countries, when corruption charges are proved there is suitable punishment, but in India there is no system, no tradition to bring the corrupt to trial and then to make him pay for his crime. There is crime but no punishment. It is a salient feature of Indian corruption.
Long before our economic globalisation began, India was globalised in respect of political corruption and politician- organised crime nexus. Therefore, smugglers, narcotics barons, vice syndicates and protection rackets have become patrons of political parties. The former provides large resources to politicians and the latter ensures no legal enforcement against organised crime.
There is a parallel economy in operation in India and black money is ever on the increase because of political patronage and collusion. There is a widespread evasion of taxes, to the tune of crores of rupees every year, owing to corruption in politics, administration and enforcement agencies. In return, the political gurus get huge funds to fight elections and bribes for personal accumulations. This helps them to keep themselves in positions of power and influence. The funding from organised black marketers, drug traffickers, underworld dons, mafias and smugglers is actually on a much larger scale than is apparent. This has crippled our economy and turned our planning haywire.
So friends join with us and we all fight against crime and corruption to make neat and clean environment.