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How can a person survive in a country where the corruption level has increased many folds. We are really facing major hurdles in the business. Some action should be taken against The CIB staff because they have become totally corrupt.

Asked by Alok Pande, 25 Oct '08 12:59 pm
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For all this stuffs you have mentioned above , who is at fault. We are the main culprits. We elect the representatives fully knowing about his creditentials but why we have to blame any one. Gone are those days, where we had some good politicians who were having peoples welfare at heart. Gone are those days dear. Moreover, as fas corruption is concerned, once again we have to blame ourselfs and not any body. To work done easily and urgently without any difficult, we give some token of money to the person for the work done and he obliges by doing so. and hence once again we are only to be blamed. and for all these reason business may be not that much. for that what is to be done so that , we can once again regained our vast glory. Time only will tell.
Answered by Gopal, 25 Oct '08 03:08 pm

 
  
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Businessmen give rise to corruption--look around --99% businessmen try to save tax by manipulating law.. then when checked they bribe the tax officials....if u r honest no person can dare ask for bribe from u. ask any indian if he says businessmen in this country pay taxes honestly....u know the answer.
Answered by OLDMAN, 25 Oct '08 02:04 pm

 
  
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Stand! on against it.
Answered by SATTAYAM, 25 Oct '08 01:59 pm

 
  
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Who will take action?Problem is that we ourselves are responsible for this state of affairs.We elect person from our caste,creed or region hoping to get some favour ,we are not ready to face inconvenience to wipe off this epidemic and choose a softer option to get the things moving.Price for establishing a clean order has to be paid , to start with it may be wait ,unending formalities and so on . .Majority ,the good people are at the mercy of a handful of toughs only because they do not react let us make a beginning .
Answered by yogesh chandra sharma, 25 Oct '08 01:19 pm

 
  
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Get out of india.........
Answered by RAJU APPUKUTTAN, 25 Oct '08 01:11 pm

 
  
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Instead taking action against som staffs of one deptt,think to change the system as a whole
Answered by sushil trivedi, 25 Oct '08 01:05 pm

 
  
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