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J&K CM for ‘zero tolerance’ towards corruption

Jammu, Sept 22 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today expressed ‘zero tolerance’ towards corruption in public service delivery.
Chairing a meeting here with all the District Superintendents of Police and range DIGs of Jammu province, the CM asked the Police officers to adopt professional approaches of community and social policing to provide relief to the people from the situations of distress and difficulty.
She asked the District SPs to ensure that the officers and constabulary in their jurisdictions perform their duty with utmost dedication.
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