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Isn't Kejriwal wrong when he says " No one is born corrupt. It's the system that makes it so?"
Mr Kejriwal, being an IAS officer should be aware that no system teaches you or expects you to be corrupt. So ultimately the moral responsibility, whether to be corrupt or not, is personal . It is the bounden responsibility of all of us to take a vow not to be corrupt at any level whatsoever. No system can stop corruption, however strong and severe. It's only we who have to decide not to practice corruption at any level whatsoever; including human relationship.

Tags: relationships, education, corruption
Asked by Santosh Bhoomkar, 10 Dec '11 09:46 am
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We r corrupt because of the system,yes.Morality has no meaning now.Any person who talks of morality or moral values is looked down upon.We pay bribe to get our work done because,there is no time limit for disposal of a file n no punishment for non disposal.Is it not a system failure.?
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 10 Dec '11 09:53 am

 
  
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Kejriwal is right our system compel us to make corrupt I know a IAS officer he was very honest but due to his honesty he was falsely accused in wrong cases and harrased so much that he committed suicide and his wife was molested by MLA of Bihar assembly
Answered by Feluda, 10 Dec '11 09:51 am

 
  
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