HELP IMPLEMENT CONSTITUTION'S SPIRIT: SHAH TO IPS PROBATIONERS
Hindustan Times|December 04, 2021
Union home minister Amit Shah on Friday interacted with 122 probationary officers of the Indian Police Service (IPS) in Delhi and asked them to discharge their duties by rising above the attitude of 'what is there for me, why should I care'.

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