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Corruption in India (via Jago India)

Going through this post and reading the comment at the bottom, it makes me realise how deep rooted corruption is in India. It is a shame how every common man is forced to participate in it. Good post – very simple question – do you have the answer?

The law which says that the one who pays bribe is also an offender is the biggest promoter of corruption in India. People are pushed to the wall to pay bribe, naturally against their will. And when they have paid it, they cannot complain because paying a bribe is also an offense. This is the reason why the morale of those who openly demand bribe is so high in this country. Imagine a situation. You are on a railway platform at 2am on a winter nigh … Read More

via Jago India

By cafearjun

I'm Arjun, live in London, UK, and ever since I've left India, I miss it even more. I'm an entrepreneur, a creator, and strive for new ideas. Have been lucky to put a few in place and make them work. This is a blog about everything I love and think about!

One reply on “Corruption in India (via Jago India)”

That so many people had to come to the streets to fight corruption is indeed a shame. Corruption not only harms the country and its economy, it is very likely that it also has a direct connection with certain diseases commonly prevalent in its population.

Manoj Soral,

http://nukkadchat.wordpress.com

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