Jacob Thomas's hard learned lessons on anti-corruption

T'puram: DGP Jacob Thomas on Wednesday lambasted those supporting the corruption saying that they are acting shamelessly and accusing those fighting it as 'insane'. "Those who acts against corruption are targeted and they are transferred. The present situation is such that a person needs to be involved in at least three vigilance cases if he is to occupy the Chief Secretary's post. I doubt whether there is any policy against corruption," Jacob Thomas said while speaking at an anti-corruption seminar. "Many people are afraid to speak against corruption,"he said. Super Prime Time discusses the issue with VS Sunil Kumar, Antony Raju, T Sidiqque, George Vattakulam and Dr Biju Ramesh.

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