Corruption in India

  • Hitesh Malik
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  • Hitesh Malik

    Student at Amity Law School, Noida, India

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This article is based upon Corruption which has been a major issue since a long time. Corruption is defined as an act of bribery to get a specific work done. When there is a use of public office for private gains which breaches law is termed as Corruption. Government has taken various steps to reduce corruption but has failed to do so instead people are finding new and new ways for getting there work done and aren’t afraid of law. The issue of Corruption is not only universal aspect but also has become an important consideration in elections. Corruption has developed to be a huge problem which is affecting the economy. Many talented and worthy people are not getting the opportunity they deserve. As corruption has now have its roots deep in every field, this makes it more difficult to tackle it. If corruption increases with this rate, then our country would face a lot of trouble economically in future.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5117 - 5123


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