Write an essay of 200 words. The essay should be  award wining . Don't show the answer in google . It must be private .

Asked by sucharitasahoo1 | 28th Oct, 2017, 03:06: PM

Expert Answer:

"If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key socirtal members who can make a difference; the father, the mother and the teacher". This is what A.P.J. Abdul Kalam said. Though I adore every single word of his, I feel and of the opinion that corruption can be challenged by anyone. There is no age-bar to deal with it. We became liberal a long back. We fought the Britis with all our might. All the Indians even the ones who laid down their life so that their children can breathe the fresh air, free from slavery and coprruption, thought that British  rule was the worst thing ever happened to India. The current situation of India proves otherwise. Corrupted India is worse than the British India. The Indian history has incredible optimism and potential of the place and we on the other hand, betrays that potential. Is it too difficult to oppose corruption? Whenever people gets oppressed under the power of thuggish political class, they blame it on their karma; one of a kind perception deeply etched in their mind. I wnat people to watch themselves from falling into the simple trap of, ' Show me the money and get the work done'. Embezzlement of public money to abuse of power is what Indian corruption is all about. But it is not always about the powerful! It also prevails among the comman man, us! When we, to save some time, intrude a queue with the help of a known person; or we favour to move files ahead of the others in the stack, in return for money or power. A peculiar feature of corruption is that it does not go downstream and only goes upstram; so, the fundamental decisions about the big settlements and undertaking are twisted at the top level. To be realistic, wiping out corruption is a hyperbolic thing. To combat this demon, we ourselves, firstly, needs to be corruption free. A large number of Indians, especially the people living in rural places suffer innumerable hardships and they are denied basic living amenities such as pure drinking water, drainage facilities and education. Although the Indian Public services has succumbed under the strain of the inefficient and corrupt bureaucratic set up. According to studies over 40% of the funds allotted by the government for the development of the rural places does not reach the people. A complete end to the corruption is the only way these people can lead a better life.
A large scale awakening by masses for a anti corruption state will lead to safer and healthy community.An end to corruption is my plan, if you join me friends, I am sure we can win or rather India can win. Without corruption India will be a force to reckon with in the International arena.

Answered by Athira | 30th Oct, 2017, 10:22: AM

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