Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has ordered a probe over the mere six per cent of corruption complaints it has received during the last three years.
RTI activist Jeetendra Ghadge had filed a Right to Information (RTI) query with the ACB to know the total number of corruption complaints received by the body since January, 2013.
The ACB replied by saying that corruption complaints amounting to 7,675 were received in Mumbai from January 2013-March 2016.
Also of these complaints, an inquiry has been ordered for only 512 cases, said the ACB.
The ACB added that FIRs were registered on the basis of seven complaints.
As many as 236 open and discreet inquiries are left pending with the ACB in the said time period, it has been brought to light.