Penchant for Corruption
How to root out the evil
Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perception Index ranks how crooked a country is on the basis of perceived levels of public-sector corruption. While we have reduced corruption to the files of government offices and people in charge of those, it is evident in every sphere of life. We are corrupt in toto. A roadside hawker sells a couple of rotten fruits in every dozen; a doctor prescribes medicines of a particular manufacturer and suggests a certain laboratory for testing; a banker misleadingly sells insurance products; hordes of impoverished people sell their legitimate right to vote during election, and so on. From destitute genre to affluent elites, corruption has turned into a way of life.
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