Political Corruption in India

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Political corruption is worst in India. The major cause of concern is that corruption is weakening the political body and damaging the supreme importance of the law governing the society. Nowadays politics is only for criminals and criminals are meant to be in politics. Elections in many parts of the country have become associated with a host of criminal activities.

   “Tax evasion is one of the most popular form of corruption.”

Threatening voters to vote for a party – especially weaker section of the society occurs frequently in several parts of the country. Inspite of its reputation, election have become perhaps the biggest source of corruption in the country. In more recent developments, surprisingly, none of the various Lokpal bills address the issue of electoral corruption. While the apparent silence of the politicians on this issue is understood, one can only speculate as to why Team Anna and various other nongovernmental bodies pitching for a strong Lokpal have remained silent on this issue.

Effects of corruption in India:

  • Working class people keep on paying tax to the government but it is being misused and fall in pocket of others in the form of corruption.
  • Public money is going in personal pocket which is meant to invest on public infrastructure. Due to that diversion, many of the projects are getting delayed and even not started.
  • As the economy is falling, corruption is getting high the result is inflation is reaching to its peak. Poor people are becoming more poorer and rich people are getting more richer day by day.

 

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