One of the main highlights of this year’s campaign was the efficient disposal of seized goods, especially narcotics and cigarettes, the Ministry of Finance press release said.
To date, CBIC, along with its field formations, has successfully removed 365 kg of narcotics with a market value of Rs 1,000 crore.
Moreover, 1.35 crore cigarette sticks worth Rs 13 crore have been properly disposed of under Special Campaign 3.0.
The dedication and concerted efforts of the CBIC have been instrumental in achieving various objectives across the country since October 20, read the press release.
Removal of 785 public complaints, 280 public complaints, and 14 references from MPs, review of 20,871 physical files, with the removal of 8,308 of these files, review of 11,718 electronic files, resulting in the closure of 711 such files, organization of 1,195 cleanliness campaign events, both within office buildings and in public areas, removal of 9,304 kilograms of scrap metal, which led to the release of additional office space of 46,565 square meters, read the press release.
The campaign’s efforts extend beyond traditional platforms, with more than 391 posts across CBIC’s official social media channels and various field offices.
These efforts are aimed at raising awareness and spreading the message of Swachhata.
The CBIC’s commitment remains steadfast to achieve all objectives set under the Special Campaign for the Removal of Pending Cases 3.0 (SCDPM 3.0), and results to date show significant progress.
The campaign represents an initiative to ensure efficient management and disposal of seized property and to address public grievances, thereby contributing to greater public welfare and the well-being of the nation.