Aatma is right. Bribary is part of our society. That is why the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India observed it as cancerous and HIV virus in the society. The law makers are the law breakers in the case opf this white collar crime. IPC 161 to 165A was omitted by PC Act, 1988.
In simple corruption means 'the misuse of office for personal gain'
How to prevent Bribery and corruption is the question of Aatma. it is a very large fish which cannot be consumed at a moment. You know Mr. Aastma in all circumstances Big fishes are escaping and small one fixed by the law and authorities Exceptions are rare.
Ofcourse as you said there is nobody perhaps in this country can say he has not been bribed or bribed others. From birth to death it is rambant. Primary education, whistle blowing, transperency, honesty, NGO groups, simplifying the official procedures, cut down the number of tables etc are some steps which can be tried. See in foerien countries commission is acceptable. Premium is a word for the commission in some places.
There are three types of corruption:
1. Corruption to do an unlawful act
2. Corruption to do a lawful act
3. Corruption to do a lawful act speedly
The new generation is not aware of the social consequences of corruption to their socity. They must be made aware. Perhaps the only thing the politicians didnot care to make aware the new generation.
Most criminals leave a trail. But corruption is a crime that thrives in the dark. The law has to be made on the basis of this fact.
The people/society must consider the corrupt as a criminal.Only when it succeeds the fight starts. Otherwise saying fighting is the only fight we are going to do.
The offence is non-bailable, Non- Compoundable and Cognizable.