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The Indian anti-corruption movement, commencing in 2011, was a series of demonstrations and protests across India intended to establish strong legislation and enforcement against perceived endemic political corruption ,when anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare began a hunger strike at the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. The chief legislative aim of the movement was to alleviate corruption in the Indian government through introduction of the Jan Lokpal Bill. But in the years preceding the 2011 anti-corruption protests there were notable examples of alleged corruption in the country.
Corruption is an incurable disease which all the citizens should try to combat by hook or by crook. It is only because of the corrupt politicians that today India is burdened with enormous loans from the developed countries especially America. It has been estimated that if the money deposited In the Swiss Bank of Switzerland by the Indian politicians return to India, not only will India be free from all the loans but the rising prices of different commodities would immediately shoot down.
Some anti-corruption measures that can be taken by both the government and the citizens includes re- electing the candidate they voted for if he fails to fulfil the promises that he made while contesting the elections ,reducing undue influence of unscrupulous people, bringing more accountability, providing legal cover to honest persons against vendetta / harassment and reducing the need to create black money.Also it is essential for all the Indians to stop taking bribe and also to stop offering bribe in any form.
People are of the opinion that corruption is a way of life and nothing can be done to eradicate it. It is essential to understand that unless we as the citizens are not determined to do away with corruption from the roots, how we can expect the government to be corruption- free.
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