Corruption in India

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. Corruption in India is a major issue and adversely affects its economy. A 2005 study conducted by Transparency International in India found that more than 62% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or influence peddling to get jobs done in public offices successfully. In its 2008 study, Transparency International reports about 40% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or using a contact to get a job done in public office.
In 2012 India has ranked 94th out of 176 countries in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index, tied with Benin, Colombia, Djibouti, Greece, Moldova, Mongolia, and Senegal.[5] Most of the largest sources of corruption in India are entitlement programs and social spending schemes enacted by the Indian government. Examples include Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act and National Rural Health Mission.Other daily sources of corruption include India’s trucking industry which is forced to pay billions in bribes annually to numerous regulatory and police stops on its interstate highways.
Indian media has widely published allegations of corrupt Indian citizens stashing trillions of dollars in Swiss banks. Swiss authorities, however, assert these allegations to be a complete fabrication and false.[9][10] The causes of corruption in India include excessive regulations, complicated taxes and licensing systems, numerous government departments each with opaque bureaucracy and discretionary powers, monopoly by government controlled institutions on certain goods and services delivery, and the lack of transparent laws and processes. There are significant variations in level of corruption as well as in state government efforts to reduce corruption across India.

 

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12 Responses to Corruption in India

  1. Gourav Jain says:

    Corruption is a serious issue now. And corruption in India needs to be completely eradicated.
    These days anti-corruption rally are being taking out through out India and awareness campaigns are being held.
    Corruption campaign in India started under the leadership of Anna Hazzare, But no body knows how far will this go.But yes i know that much that corruption in India must be uprooted.

  2. Seema Mishra says:

    Corruption is the worst thing of a country which leads India always downside!
    its only meant to be demotion!
    Corruption has become something respectable in India, because respectable people are involved in it.
    But Strong and stringent laws need to be enacted which gives no room for the guilty to escape.
    Remember clap is done by two hand not from only one,
    Government should also take action to stop corruption.

  3. Ritika says:

    Corruption, like a termite, is gnawing away the glory of this country & there is no sector left, where corruption has not sneaked in.
    The main reason behind corruption is the laid back attitude of the citizens & evryone is supposed to realise that if they want to get rid of social evils, they have to make sure that they do not participate in any activity that involves corruption.

  4. sakshi chaudhary says:

    Corruption is the major and serious problem which our country is facing in day to day life….
    our whole system is responsible for the corruption in the country and if an individual blame another person or the government for corruption than its the wrong thing..!!!!
    This problem can only be solved out if and only if each and every person decide and take the responsibility to remove it from root…by avoiding corruption at basic levels.

  5. Jagriti Singh says:

    Corruption is very serious issue in today’s scenario. As everyone is responsible for this, according to me each individual should take the responsibility to raise the hand against the corruption and stop it by doing their best effort.

  6. Saurabh Singh says:

    Corruption is a very serious issue which affect growing rate of any country..we should raise voice against it without waiting for others..but still i know that it can not be stopped completely..

  7. Siddhant Tripathi says:

    Corruption is like a millipede.. you cannot count the legs but once through you; it’ll always remain a pain.
    Sense of insecurity, getting caught, demoralized and insulted.. mocked upon are some of the consequences that arise due to involvement of a person in any corrupt practice.
    People need to be self aware and conscious enough to prevent any such thing from happening.

  8. Ankita Prajapati says:

    Corruption is every where not only in India, I saw a film ‘Rang De Basanti’, there only people who try to give their effort to change our country by a single man. I am not saying that we are totally give their life to country but might be you can do that thing where we are not to down his head in-front of our country..

  9. Akash Gupta says:

    Corruption is the biggest curse that india is facing, the solution to this is to improve yourself first. If every individual earns its own responsibility to stop corruption then it can be reduced but impossible to remove completely!!!!

  10. Chitranshi Dhaneshwar says:

    The statistics itself reveals the truth.Corruption starts at home.

  11. lubna khan says:

    CORRUPTION exist inside the human not by any political party or organization .

  12. poorva gupta says:

    Corruption is something which will always be their..although their are certain actions and BILS being passed but nothiing is happening…!!

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