What can we do for corruption free india?
Preetika Aggarwal (Student) 07 June 2009
For making a corruption free India, first of all, we should improve ourself. We should follow all the rules & regulations of law becoz corruption is spreading through us, when we break any rule, then firstly we try to escape from punishment, by offering the money to the public servents, spl. to the Indian Police.
If we perform our duties, then Indian will automatically improve.
yogita (student) 07 June 2009
I think people in the judiciary have the max resposibility to stop corruption. There have been so many cases in the recent past about judiciary being a part of the corrupt system or network or working on the instructions of the influential persons. I think law students, lawyers and judges should take the FIRST STEP to drive out corruption and preach the way of SATHYA AND AHINSA.
aatma 09 June 2009
Report from 2005 Report from the Transparency International India
The former Chief Justice of Supreme Court Sam Piroj Bharucha had observed that “up to 20 per cent of judges in India were corrupt.”
Is Judiciary Corrupt?
More than three-fourths (79%) of the respondents, who had been interacting with the judiciary, admitted that corruption was prevalent in the Department. Surprisingly, only 8% of those respondents felt that there was ‘no corruption’ in Judiciary. However, not much difference is seen in perception of corruption in judiciary for states having different strength of judiciary.
Experience of Corruption in Judiciary
While 38% of the respondents had experienced corruption every time they had interacted with judiciary, 53% had experienced it some time or the other. On the other hand, only 5% never experienced corruption.
Modus operandi for Bribing
During the last one year, three-fifths (59%) of respondents had paid money to lawyer, whereas 30% had paid money to court officials, and 14% to middle men to get their work done. There were higher number of respondents claiming to have paid bribe to court officials in states having low judicial strength compared to respondents from states having high judicial strength.
Table 9.10: Money Paid
Judicial Strength Wise
(Figures in per cent)
Money Recipient High Medium Low Total
Judge 06 04 04 05
Lawyer 55 64 53 59
Court officials 17 26 44 30
Public Prosecutor 17 05 08 08
Middlemen 17 12 16 14
Note Multiple answers.
Lawyers, who are supposed to uphold law, have ended being conduit for corruption as if there is no monitoring or initiatives on the part of bodies like bar associations. They could put up notice boards to file complaints or give telephone number for passing on information against corrupt lawyers. There is not a single case of a lawyer being suspended for practice on account of such complaints or any effort made to get such corrupt practices enquired into independently. Although cases about delays and even prevalence of corruption in judiciary have been reported, media has never reported giving specific examples of corruption by lawyers.
RAJ KISHORE VAISH (TEACHER CITIZEN OF INDIA) 27 December 2009
PLZ. .ASK TO THE SUPREME COURT TO PUBLISH THE WHOLE CONTENTS OF THE CONTEMPT PITITION NO. 203 OF 1996 AND THEREAFTER YOU WILL SEE THE RESULTS. IF YOU REALY WANT INDIA MUST BE CORRUPTION FREE.
REQUEST TO THE ALL CITIZENS TO DO THE SAME.
RAJ KISHORE VAISH
girishankar (manager) 15 January 2010
girishankar (manager) 15 January 2010
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Do u think we the people are wasting our time in these yahoo groups, i dont think so. Think about this, after discussing for years in yahoogroups i have started to see the stark difference between whats been reported in the news papers and what we are talking about. So u see, if what we just talked about LAWYERS, if this gets printed in news papers , then there will be major changes in laws or atleast people will know what is important that needs to be changed to reduce crimes.
But since news reporters dont join our groups (which shows what they are there for) we will have to wait for some real patriot reporters to come across our ideas and print them in national news papers; so ineffect we are part responsible for the change. The point is atleast we know what needs to be done and when we get chance we can seize it. Without discussions we would never know what are the solutions to the problems. So the answer to your worry is to first find out for sure what the problems are and the solution to them and then hold people accountable for not implementing them or not printing them in news papers.
- saint scientist
karthickeyan ramanujam <karthickkaru@...> wrote:
Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist) 20 January 2010
At least we can raise our voice for the change. Judicial activism is due to public pressure, and growing concern about this.