Issue Press Release and Publish Photos of corrupt CBIC and CBDT Officers.

Several CBIC and CBDT officers, which should be renamed as Central Board of Direct Rxtortion have been publishing names of CAs and their involvement in fake credit. Wheras all cityzens appreciates such a gesture by our honest CBIC, I wish to suggest CBIC and CBDT that their top Ranking officers hav ebeen trapped accepting bribes of more than one crore for a single transaction in broad day light and that is simply a very small percentage of criminals being caught. In fact teh number of corrupts in these two baords are far high.
The Board should publish details of such persons, the details of favours granted, details of their present and past posting and details of their annual reports submitted by the seniors. Their photos should be published in major newspapers.
All offices should have a gallery where photos of such persons with their deeds should be prominently displayed.

I hope this circle shall take up the matter and our extortionist Government following the policy of underworld dons shall expose their army of extortionists and underworld dons to the public and if they do not agree, the matter should be referred to courts. If press release can be issued for fraudster why not for their own officers. more  

For any culprit, why their faces are hidden. It should have no mask, so that general public will come to know of this person. Also if they have seen this person in any other offence then same can be reported and more crimes can be added to this person. more  
Unfortunately it is true. It is so rare to find a honest revenue officer in these departments. If one tries to be honest , he is hounded and eased out. more  
I am more interested in getting these criminals masquerading as officers to be convicted to the maximum extent of the law. more  
If your suggestion is accepted then perhaps more than 80% will qualify for their photos to be published. more  
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