What we need to reduce scams is better regulatory bodies

Jan 29 • Group Discussion • 3624 Views • 5 Comments on What we need to reduce scams is better regulatory bodies

Before coming to the main point of the topic let us first try to understand what scam is actually. We can say, scams are the irregularity generated by us, the common people, for the public resources like land, license, money etc. for the fulfillment of our own needs. Now the next question that arises is how many of us have never given bribe for setting up something, or may be making our task easy. We can easily see a number of people giving bribe to the traffic policemen just to get rid of the difficulties if caught.

But what we are doing for our personal ease is not affecting the nation at a common level, if we think so then we are totally wrong, all the little activities we perform affect our nation too after all behind every huge problem their lies a set of common people, such things start at the local level.

So before blaming the government or any other party we should first try to bring change at our local level. Not only by not committing such things but also by not letting others do such sort of activity. After all any change needs to be started at our level. Now let us come to the point of the regulatory bodies:

All the complaints that are made should be done with a quick notice before it gets the involvement of other parties.

An immediate check should be done in response to such complaints as this would motivate the people.

Moreover it is not always necessary that the problems queried by people are true and legal, thus a proper verification team should be managed so as to ignore the false or fake complaints that too reverting within a fixed period of time so that they get proper focus.

The problem does not get solved here only, further actions also need to be taken, the investigation process should be carried out with a limited time according to the demand of the issue. One thing that should be kept in mind is that, transparency need to be maintained as it creates an environment of trust, along with the daily reports.

But such investigations become difficult when it is under the political influence, so a regulatory body should be free from the political impact and have the right to make decisions because once they come under the politics then it is tackled by the politicians according to their benefits and thereby leading the common man behind.

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