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Mon 03 Mar 2014 10:06:46 | 0 comments
Now-a-days corruption can be seen everywhere. It is like cancer in public life, which has not become so rampant and perpetuated overnight, but in course of time. A country where leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel,Lal Bahadur Shastri and Kamraj have taken birth and led a value-based is now facing the problem of corruption.
When we talk of corruption in public life, it covers corruption in politics, state governments, central governments,business, industry and so on. Public dealing counters in most all government offices are the places where corruption is most evident.If anybody does not pay for the work it is sure work won't be done.
People have grown insatiable appetite for money in them and they can go to any extent to get money.Undoubtedly they talk of morality and the importance of value-based life but that is for outer show.Their inner voice is something else.
It is always crying for money.It has been seen the officers who are deputed to look into the matters of corruption turn out to be corrupt.Our leaders too are not less corrupt.Thus the network of corruption goes on and remains undeterred.
Corruption is seen even in the recruitment departement where appointments are ensured through reliable middle agencies. Nexus between politicians and bureaucrats works in a very sophisticated manner.Nexus does also exist between criminals and police.
Let us take a view to create an atmosphere free from corruption.That will be our highest achievement has human beings.



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