Panchthar, June 29: Commissioner at the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Dr Sabitri Gurung, has urged the people's representatives to adopt zero tolerance against corruption to ensure good governance at local level.
During an interaction on role of CIAA at Phidim in the district Friday, Commissioner Dr Gurung said once the zero tolerance is adopted, corruption would decline sharply.
"Anyone involving in the corruption is brought to book at any cost," she stressed, adding that it would however take time to meet people's aspiration.
Chief of District Coordination Committee, Bisnu Prasad Sapkota, also urged people's representatives to take measures to curb corruption.
Chief District Officer Prakash Adhikari said the contractors in the district delaying works were urged to complete the assigned task on time. RSS
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