Friday, 3 June 2022

Corruption

 Corruption

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? The answer is a little enigmatic. It is more of a source of worry for scientists than for the general public; even the answers are uninteresting. What should genuinely concern us is our "Constitution." Which came first, the population or the corruption? Is there anyone who can figure out what the genuine attitude is behind it? It's tough to rely on any of them, since if it's 'corruption,' it can't sustain without a population. If population comes first, it is clear that corruption will take root in our daily lives.

When we look back at our history, we can find a clear reflection of corruption, despite the fact that the population was small.

When we look at India as a whole, we notice that it has a population of more than 100 million people, and according to Prof. Malthus, if the population grows faster than the rate of rise in food, the country would face a major problem. Right now, India's situation is similar, since the population is increasing in a Geometric Progression Ratio, but food production is increasing in an Arithmetic Progression Ratio only. As a result, the problem is quite serious, and India must take action to address it. What do you anticipate from the Court—-how many decisions does each Court issue in a single day?

What do you anticipate from the Court—-how many decisions does each Court issue in a single day? The findings are so limited to numbers that you can count them on your fingers. Though we may state that the economy has stabilised as a result of globalisation, what about our justice system, which is gradually deteriorating?"

People take my interview, when they see my resume, they see me and give me a suspicious look; I don't understand why, they might be thinking what's the reason that I am doing such a training at such a young stage of my career that has lost its magnitude in the past few weeks; I don't understand why, they might be thinking what's the reason that I am doing such a training at such a young stage of my career that has lost its magnitude in the past few weeks.

They even know in their hearts that no one will go to the courts for any relief because they know how long it will take to get justice; it's a long line out there. So, what are the factual elements that are constantly putting our judiciary in its worst nightmares?


When we say that our justice system is derived from the British and that some parts have been adopted from America, why are we still lacking in our resources? Once we have accepted their culture to some extent, their work environments, and all those things that are normally not accepted in our day-to-day lives, why do we forget about the working environments of their Courts as well?

We should seek assistance and modernise ourselves, as well as our working procedures, in order to minimise delays in any legal actions.

"Corruption" is the most concerning element. Corruption exists at every level. Is it really necessary to throw ourselves at it rather than condemning it directly? Every individual believes that his or her task should be completed quickly; and why not? When individuals pay, they understand that their task will be completed on their schedule. However, they continue to bribe, not to speed up their job, but to make the other party pleased. Why is this required; it's tough to comprehend every Indian attitude.


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