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  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 situati