Sending a strong message against corruption, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Friday said “fraudulent conduct” by police personnel would not be tolerated.
“Police should never succumb to corruption. We cannot allow a situation in which the fence itself eats the crops. A corruption-free policing system is essential for the state,” he said at the passing-out-parade of police personnel, who had completed training at the Special Armed Police Camp here.
Corruption should be done away with, just like the third degree torturing method, Vijayan said.
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He said stern action would be taken against those indulging in criminal activities.
The strength and infrastructure facilities of the state police force would be increased, the Chief Minister said.