Is AP CM Dissatisfied With ACB's Performance In The State?

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According to some media reports Andhra Pradesh CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is not happy with the performance of the Anti Corruption Bureau(ACB) in the state reportedly.

In a recent review meeting, CM has directed the officials to make sure that no one takes bribery in the state and said, "ACB officials should not be lethargic and need to be more involved and dedicated."

"The establishment of call centre 14400 was to see effective results and there should be a fear among those who try to indulge in corruption. There should be no instances of bribery in offices like MRO office, Registration offices, Town planning office, and in any other office," CM Jagan said.

Jagan assured that the government is ready to provide all the required facilities to the officials. Reportedly he also said that the ACB should improve the performance and produce good results in the coming three months as there will be another review meeting.

At the review meeting Neelam Sawhney, government chief Secretary, DGP Gautam Sawang and ACB chief Vishwajit were present.
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