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‘Students have key role in corruption-free India’

Khammam: The youth has a key role in creating a corrupt-free India and ushering in development, apart from excelling in their studies, said District Superintendent of Police Shahnawaz Qasim, at an awareness programme held by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Thursday.

The ACB, along with police department officials held a rally from Ricca Bazaar High school to Zilla Parishad Centre in the capital. This was done as a move towards creating awareness on corruption during the Anti-Corruption Week. The International Anti-Corruption Day falls on December 9.

An awareness programme was conducted with students from Ricca Bazaar High School by the ACB department on the working of the ACB in school premises.

The chief guest, SP Qasim, asked students to take the knowledge derived from their school education and use it to turn themselves into model citizens who can make the country a better place.

“The students must start questioning from now onward on corruption. If everyone values and follows morals in their life, then it is easy to build a corruption-free India. Everyone must fight against corruption for the development to take place in India. Developing the technical skills by using internet, youth must fight against corruption,” explained Qasim.

Along with the Ricca Bazaar High School Principal Srinivas, present there were Additional Superintendent of Police Sai Krishna, DSP Suresh Kumar, DSP of Special Branch Ashok Kumar, and other ACB officials.

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