New Delhi: Launching a drive against corruption, the INETRPOL is going to keep a hawk’s eye on the flow of blackmoney to foreign countries and ensure its proper return to the respective governments. JPN/Bureau
The officials of INTERPOL across the globe are undergoing special trainings in this regard.
The India unit of INTERPOL in Central Bureau of Investigations will hold special training session for their officials at the CBI Headquarters next week.
While speaking to the mediapersons, a senior CBI official working under INTERPOL said, “In the communication age, money earned from illegal means can be easily transacted to foreign countries. It is very often difficult for the security and intelligence agencies to monitor such movements. Hence, a joint effort to restrict the growth of blackmoney in the world is the need of hour.”
He further said that the frequent transactions of the unaccounted money in the banks across the globe make their tracing difficult for the vigilance agencies and hence the return of money to their origin countries becomes difficult.
With an aim of making a strong move in this regard, the INTERPOL has launched a 24 hours world-wide network “Global Focal Point Platform” where experts will keep a strong vigil on the flow of blackmoney, besides tracking the information of the account holder and ensuring the return ofthese unaccounted money to the respective governments.
In the era where high degree scams like 2G spectrum and CWG scams have come to light, such initiatives at the international level can prove to be boon in solving the case and bringing the accused behind the bars.
New Delhi: Launching a drive against corruption, the INETRPOL is going to keep a hawk’s eye on the flow of blackmoney to foreign countries and ensure its proper return to the respective governments.