Now, CLAPP to help cops apply for leaves
The New Indian Express|January 22, 2022
CHIEF Minister MK Stalin on Friday launched the mobile application 'CLAPP (Complete Leave APP)' at an event held at the Secretariat.
GAUTHAM SELVARAJAN

The app, which will help Chennai city police personnel apply for leaves, aims to eliminate delays and rejections in leave application process in the department while also ensuring more transparency.

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