how can india become a corruption free?

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    No country can be 100% corruption free. Corruption has existed in the past and will exist in the future till humans have emotions like greed, envy etc.There always will be loopholes to exploit in the system since it is made by humans who are not perfect.We can reduce the degree or level of corruption by adding layers of security so that even if one able to pass through a loophole in one of the layers it should get caught in the other ones. More the number of layers means more better or less amount of corruption.

    For India this is little bit more difficult as our country lacks the number of educated people in ratio to uneducated.This means that we have less number of people to monitor these layers and we would also have less number of layers.So i guess in the end its about more no. of layers and the proper resources to monitor and run those layers which will result in low corruption.

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  • Sairaj
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Corruption is the sum total of responses of everyone in India, if is a politician, Executive, or Public. When the corruption, unemployment and dissatisfaction reach a threshold level, There will be another revolutionary movement by public for better Government. This is natural in the only real democratic country. SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST rules every where!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Why not?

    Did anyone trace and find out.

    Where did living human kind had gone wrong?

    After world war two.

    The mess was not there.

    Then how come the mess is out there after so called self independence with " My way"?

    Luke 8.5-8, 10-17

    From bad to worst?

    Luke 6.39-40,41-45,46-49

    Look in the real world.

    Who's been busy digging up graveyards of failures and horrors of the past?

    Luke 9.25,55-56,60

    What do you think?

    Source(s): decoded from the missing x-files.
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