Resolve to fight graft


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  • Thursday, 10 Jan 2019

Chow (fifth from left), posing for a group photo with state exco members, representatives from local agencies and departments during the gathering with state civil servants at the TopKomtar in Penang.— Photos: CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

PENANG is aiming for a 40% drop in corruption cases involving civil servants in both state and federal agencies this year, said state secretary Datuk Seri Farizan Darus.

He said out of the total 325 cases reported in Penang last year, 115 were related to civil servants while the balance involved workers from the private sector.

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