Abuse of Power Measures towards Complete Eradication of Corruption in India

  • Aishwarya Pramod Athawale
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  • Aishwarya Pramod Athawale

    Professor at Dr. Ulhas Patil Law College Jalgaon, India

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Corruption damages public right and it also affects economy at large. Corruption is a dishonest act. The principal of being righteous and fair towards the sanctioned duty is completely buried deep into the dead conscious, what remains in corrupt people sense is unduly gain at the cost of affecting economy and public interest at large. Special laws like anti-corruption act, central vigilance act and many more laws has been formulated to control corruption in India but certainly corruption is imbricating the entire nation. The global corruption barometer (GCS Asia) elaborates apprehending number of corruption cases have been committed in India. Corruption has become that tenacious part of function which cannot be denied and is capable to ingest the bread basket of a society. To curb corruption along with stringent laws, determining policies for effective and speedy trail is necessary to curtail corruption from its root.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 4130 - 4137

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111849

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