KUTA condemns corruption
GK NEWS NETWORK
SRINAGAR: The Kashmir University Teachers Association (KUTA) has taken a serious note of news reports about “corruption in the high offices”.
In a statement, the KUTA said: “We are deeply stunned to read the shocking news of rampant corruption prevailing in the high offices of the present state government.” “Considering the baneful ramifications of the loot and plunder of public purse upon this trouble torn society by those who are otherwise duty bound to be the custodians of it, we the teacher of the highest seat of learning in the state can not afford to remain apathetic spectators of this breathtaking revelation,” the statement added.
“We therefore, request the Prime Minister of India to seriously look into the matter and punish the guilty, as corruption can no longer be an ‘instrument of integration’”.
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