Government to collect non-personal data to improve services, Ministry of Information Technology released a framework

Government to collect non-personal data to improve services, Ministry of Information Technology released a framework

The central government will collect non-personal data of people to improve services. For this, the draft National Data Governance Framework has been issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. This data can be used by both private and government institutions.

It will also help in making India's one trillion dollars digital economy

The India Datasets program has been proposed in the draft policy in which non-personal data will be collected. Through this program, rules and procedures will be made related to the access and safe use of this data by private and government companies. Electronics and Information Technology Minister Rajiv Chandrashekhar said that the National Data Governance Framework is in the interest of Artificial Intelligence (AI), startups, AI research institutes, and government departments. He said in a tweet that this will also help in making India a trillion-dollar digital economy. He said that this will also accelerate digital government and digitization of government.

Government's digitization accelerated after Corona

The draft states that digital governance has played a major role in India's response to the pandemic during the COVID pandemic and its impact on its lives, livelihoods, and economy. After Corona, the digitization of the government accelerated. Data generation has accelerated. It can be used in the improvement of services related to citizens. This proposed policy will be applicable to all government departments and institutions. In the draft, the state governments have also been urged to adopt the provisions and rules of this policy.

The draft also proposes to set up India Data Management Office (IDMO) under Digital India Corporation. IDM will be responsible for policy formulation, management, review, and change.

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The assistant engineer was demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh, and the CBI caught

The assistant engineer was demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh, and the CBI caught

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested an assistant engineer posted in the Najafgarh Zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Delhi MCD) for demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh along with his associate. It is alleged that these people were demanding bribes from the complainant in exchange for putting up the roof of the house being built by him. The arrested accused was produced before the special CBI court in Delhi from where he has been sent on a 2-day CBI remand for interrogation.

According to CBI spokesperson RC Joshi, those arrested include Assistant Engineer MS Meena posted in Najafgarh Zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and his assistant Beldar Prakash. According to the CBI, the complainant had complained to the Anti-Corruption Branch that he was building his house in Najafgarh. During this, when he started putting the lens on his house, he was contacted by Beldar Prakash posted in the Najafgarh zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and told him that he would have to pay a bribe of Rs 3 lakh instead of inserting the lens. This bribe will be taken by Assistant Engineer Meena.

What are the charges against the arrested engineer?
It is also alleged that the complainant was threatened that if he did not pay the bribe amount, he would not be allowed to insert the lens and even if he did, it would be broken as illegal. On the basis of the complaint, the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation conducted a preliminary inquiry into the matter and after finding important facts during this investigation, a case was registered in this regard under criminal sections, after which the accused officers were recovering an installment of ₹ 1 lakh from the complainant. was arrested red-handed.

According to the CBI, immediately after the arrest, raids were conducted on their premises, from where many incriminating documents including some property documents have also been recovered. The work of assessing the recovered documents is going on. The accused was produced before the special CBI court in Delhi, from where he has been sent on CBI remand for two days' interrogation, the investigation of the case is going on.

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