Bhubaneswar: The anti-corruption wing of the state government was the key attraction at the 17th edition of the Patha Utsav on Sunday.
The vigilance’s awareness programmes at Patha Utsav marked the beginning of the vigilance week.
The state police brass and pipe band also performed at the event.
Ollywood actors Sabyasachi and Archita also took part in the event to support the effort of the Directorate of Vigilance to fight against corruption and gave anti-corruption messages to the participants of the event.
Other attraction of the event was musical performances by Tapu Mishra and Mumbai-based singer Krishna Beura that centred on the anti-corruption theme.
A rally from Master Canteen to Ram Mandir Square was also conducted, that saw participants holding placards with messages on corruption in the society.
Rangoli street art with anti-corruption colour and concept spread across a major portion of the Janpath by Nirmala Kruti Bikash Trust was the key attraction.