Government should clean its own hands before pointing finger at the private sector for corruption.

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In philosophical, theological, or moral discussions, corruption is spiritual or moral impurity or deviation from an ideal. Corruption may include many activities including bribery and embezzlement. Government, or ‘political’, corruption occurs when an office-holder or other governmental employee acts in an official capacity for his or her own personal gain.In other words corruption is the choosing of illegal way for the fulfillment of own selfish requirements.

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Every individuals form lower level to higher level are responsible for corruption. We cannot blame either government or private sector, both are making almost same participation in development of nation. As we all know, today corruption is the root cause of decreasing growth of any sector. It incluwheel of corruptiondes growth of only corrupted people. When we talk about corruption, nobody is devoid of it. It

may be a government sector or private sector. There is no denying the fact that all government office are corrupt. Everyone wants his/her profit. In government office nobody has to do anything with the profit or loss of the company. They have fixed jobs so they don’t have fear of losing job. So here, everyone wanted to make money. Everyone cares of his/her profit.

It doesn’t means that private companies are pure. They are also corrupt. They have much money but they did not show to get rid of income tax. Although we know that private firms charge high prices as their motive is to earn profit, also we can’t blame entirely on the government too.

So, Government should clean its own hands before pointing finger at the private sector for the same. Government companies are more corrupted than private companies as we see from the example of 2G scam and CWG scam.

So both are equally contributing towards the corruption. As people are involved from both side. So as an individual we should understand our responsibility towards country.

It is not about private sector or government sector, it is all about corruption. Peoples are using illegal ways to satisfy their demands. People should realize their moral values and must follow the legal ways.There must be a strong law against the corruption.

 

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3 Responses to Government should clean its own hands before pointing finger at the private sector for corruption.

  1. Anonymous says:
  2. oishi chatterjee says:

    The whole system falls apart if the structure of government is struck by the storm of corruption. The very growth of a nation cripples when corrupt officials operate at the powefull positions. If we go through this above article we can well understand by the diagram as the wheel of corruption how it continues from government to an individual citizen .corruption starts at the top and percolates down to the whole society.

  3. preeti nisha says:

    India is the most corrupt nation. Corruption is not only among the politicians but also in the private sectors as well. Both are using their denominations for their own benefits. Even private sectors bribe government officials else the “2G and the 3G ” scam would not have occurred. Both of them have their money in SWISS banks and they thus they maintain a symbiotic relation among themselves. Recently we heard about reliance petroleum where mr.ambani din’t let the C.A officials to do the audit only because of the scam in gas and petroleum. so both the measures are corrupt ant thus none should point at any unless they themselves have a “clean chit”!

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