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How to eliminate corruption and implement accountability in India?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 17 Aug '11 01:53 pm
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Charity begins at home ....
The sense of honesty should be developed from the LKG standard & in order to restore that this nation needs a committed fleet of teachers, So long as disparities of caste system in Government level will be there in form of reservation system, dissatisfaction will bound to persist, which will give rise to diversity in thinking and work culture...No person will think this nation as his... therefore if he succeeds in holding a prize post of power he must tend to loot as much as he can bcz of lacking of patriotism and possessiveness
Lack of Communal harmony is another factor which is responsible for the downfall of national character...
Basic needs like Roti Kapda aur Makaan should be assured to all....
Farmers & Agriculturists should be helped in real sense to register advent in their agriculture field which is on the erosion now-a-days...
Should this nightmare be transferred into reality then chances are there corruption may be eliminated....
Answered by pradipta pati, 17 Aug '11 02:12 pm

 
  
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The root of corruption is greed and it is fostered in India due to the apathy and resignation of the common man. For instance, in Australia every government department thinks of itself as a brand and has revenue targets to meet. Thus customer satisfaction and professionalism is a given, and constant public action keeps the departments in check. India unfortunately is ruled by politicians from rural areas with little education and who have won elections through populist measures or force. The solution lies within - there are politicians like Manmohan Singh, Chidambaran, Vajpayee, Milind Deora who should expose and raise an outcry about their colleagues even if it means losing power. I have always been disappointed that the highly respected Dr. A P J Kalam has allowed MPs to behave so callously and damage the reputation of the country, when he can use all his executive powers and reign in the useless ones.
Answered by anju chauhan, 17 Aug '11 01:57 pm

 
  
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I am sure it will not go . it is part of DNA of indian blood . if it was not so how in dated history 10,000 britishers could rule india , ..........by utilising corrupting mentality of natives only
Answered by raj sharma, 17 Sep '11 12:24 am

 
  
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