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Corruption- A Big Issue for the Whole World

 

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Corruption is that immorality which is venomous for the all Countries of the world. It is expected that developing countries endure more from Corruption than developed ones. All countries governments are corrupt in almost all its departments from policy issues to infrastructure and developmental issues. The main examples of corruption are of rich countries like Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, African countries etc.

Mainly corruption is that when an individual who is in power chooses to exploit his power for collecting money for himself. Corrupt officers take bribes from people and then do their illegal projects. When the government is full of non moral people who have no sensibility and enter into power just to gain money then corruption happens. It happens mostly in developing countries that whenever officers get chance of exploitation they use it to the fullest.

There are several disadvantages of corruption. The first disadvantage is that it discourages people of foreign countries from investing their money. Like when any corruption issue come out in any Country, then many people of other countries will not decide to invest their money in that country.

Corruption shows the bad image of the country in front of other countries. Poor countries always get aid from the rich countries. But if rich country comes to know that one poor country is misusing their funds and support then they will not support that country and also will not give offers to them again. All countries who are corrupt suffer a lot because of the corrupt leaders.

That’s why it says that corruption is a huge issue for all the countries of the world and it is the biggest weak point of any country. It depresses trade, friendly relations with other countries and investment. It is necessary that developing states should establish austere measures that defend against this evil.

If someone claims that corruption happens because of poverty, low wages or hardship. These all are may be the reason to some extent but little bit because it not an appropriate reason to defend corruption because people of the country which are getting high wages also doing the same things. In my point of view corruption is allowed and encouraged by the government of the country. How? It’s so simple that country’s people have accepted and welcomed the idea that subornment is good for the giver and receiver both. Government servants ditch their responsibilities or post to search their own interest. Taking gifts before and after duty is an extensively spread from top (government) to the bottom (people). Officers or expertise should be ashamed of accepting bribe from their poor citizens who are even unaware that they are unfairly treated. A civil officer should avoid this act. The actual duty of officers is to be honest with their work and help the civilians without taking bribe. Corruption happens for one own interest. Authorities make people fool with excuses. It’s the responsibility of the government of the country to eliminate these types of habits in her people. Corruption comes up with poverty, downfall of a state, exacerbate the economy and this process goes on. Truthfully if government want to control and diminish corruption, then there are several ways that can implement. Here are some of those:

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Educate the people that what are the effects and consequences it has on the state.

Encourage whistle blower.

There should be proper strict rules and laws against corruption.

Nobody should be deal with mercy who is taking bribe. Because nothing is above the law.

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