THE CANKER OF CORRUPTION IS THE GREATEST EVIL IN OUR
Our day begins seeing and hearing the word corruption. “A corrupt minister
caught” !!! “50 crores illegal property was seized from a IPS officer” “Big fishes
caught worthing Rs. 500 crores - Lokayukta’. This is everydays headlines of all the
newspapers. That’s why our day starts with the word corruption. Corruption is a
common word corruption. Corruption is a common word which has become a topic
of discussion in all area of our life, every corner of the world and by all the people
of the globe. This is one of those few words that/have the rare distinction of not
requiring an introduction to anybody, not only in India but across the world. It is
probably not even taught in schools as a part of ‘dictation’ lessons because this is
one word that every child grows up listening about.
Political corruption in India is a major concern but not just India corruption
is a global problem. It is no brainer that corruption in India is at its rampant best.
There is not one section of the society that is spared from it. We give a person,
something as a gift for doing our work on time. We keep giving it on till all our
work is done. Finally that person will not do your work unless you give him
something this is how corruption find corruption. It might be in different way but,
the intersion is same earning more. Graced, non-ethical human brain and the way
of life chosen is the root cause for corruption.
As every coin has 2 faces even impact of corruption does. Corruption speeds
up pace of administration and work to be accomplished. It creates a friendly
system for economy and it is also beneficial for economy. Corruption is not a
problem in its own right, but rather a symptom of wider problem of governance in
some states. Public corruption is generally viewed as an obstacle to the
development of a country. It is seen as an unavoidable side effect of development.
The government person who are interested with the development of the nation are
filling their own pockets. The very idea of corruption is unethical regardless of
one’s tradition. It is also an invisible tax on the poor. In corrupt societies even free
and fair election result count for little and once in power, politicians of parties are
likely to concentrate on enriching themselves. Due to corruption money is more
valued than talent. So many talented people are not coming forward because of
being scared of corruption. If a person has to face a interview and get his appoint
letter he has to pay for it. All this has made people to move to a wrong path. This is
a main issue of concern.
As corruption is a major problem in India, it is a big drawback for our
economy. Unless it is reduced we can’t make India the super power. Rich stick
together to keep being rich whereas poverty is increasing rapidly. So all the ways
through which corruption can be stopped need to be implemented. Introduction of
strict laws and execution of its without an inch of corruption can be very useful in
reducing corruption. Corrupt people also need to be punished severely so that is
would be a warning for other not to do so. Moreover, imparting moral principles in
school can be effective in reducing corruption. Also, introduction of stringer audit
and ethical values in people will help a lot.
It is high time we take a re-look at what corruption is, as corruption is like a
ball of snow, once set rolling, it is bound to increase. And, in our case the ball of
snow is already rolling….. We must take a firm dicision against corruption. Unless
we are correct, we can’t correct others. We have to firmly go against corruption.
Be ready for it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!