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BANGALORE: A panel discussion on corruption marked the launch of F2F Bengaluru, a goodwill initiative, in the city on Saturday evening.
Lokayukta N. Santosh Hegde remarked that “we were asked to follow zero tolerance, but the number of zeroes in the quantum of corruption only escalating”. Usha Mohan Das, social activist, who is behind the initiative, said the movement is aimed at creating responsible citizens.
On the occasion, Mr. Hegde also launched www.serveoursociety.com as part of the F2F initiative.
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