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If anyone is to be blamed for the success of street power over State power as a consequence of the national movement against corruption launched by social activist Anna Hazare, that would be UPA government. Comments pl.

Tags: money, state, social activist
Asked by INDU, 13 May '11 09:16 am
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UPA government had been confronted with a series of serious allegations of corruption since the middle of last year -- many of them true and some still under investigation. Instead of accepting responsibility for what had gone wrong with an expression of determination to root out this cancer, this government constantly tried to blame the constraints of coalition politics for what had happened and gave an impression to the public of being weak and helpless. The biggest impediment is the cancer of corruption, which has now spread to every wing of the government and every section of society, including the noble professions of education, medicine, judiciary, armed forces and journalism. No wonder, then, that the countrys status on global list of corrupt nations has gone up. No wonder, the world at large looks to India as a country with diminishing moral scruples. Political power also provides substantial opportunities for wealth accumulation. Congress should set an example by setting gover ...more
Answered by sumati gayki, 13 May '11 09:22 am

 
  
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