Are we daily educating & uniting the people for anticorruption movement or are just wainting for a miracle?

1. Finally corruption not only entered but also got deep rooted in education, a future generating sector of the nation. See Wyapam in M.P., frequent exam paper leakages and illegal book using in exam centers of Bihar and appointment of incompetent corrupts for the head of education institutions.
2. Unless the technology is put for correct use and corrupts grabbed & punished by strong law, the corruption can never come to the end.
3. Most of the politicians are promoting the corruption by doing nothing for the anticorruption key issue of janlokpal bill.
4. Now a days politician's motive is to fool the common people by importing high-fie infrastructures desired by business corporates, using public money in the name of shining words like bullet, smart, etc.
5. In fact they want to put all the public money in all selected localised places desired by the business corporates and rest of urban as well rural India may go to hell, will be eventually degenerated into barely educated/ill-literate working force (perfect ancient word for them is 'GULAM') who will never come up to the corporate level. At present most of the rural voters are unable understand the cause & after effect of the corruption.
6. At present these IAS & IPS are unaccountable and judiciary cannot help until & unless corrupts are booked under the strong law.
7. At present seems no way to out of these endless corruption cycles, except to awake the people by all means. But large population amount to at least 5% is already strong, united & corrupt and is cleverly laughing at and opposing the anticorruption movement.
8. Only voters can do the miracle. more  

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Action against senior officers, beaureocrats,politicisions should be initiated and decided in courts rather catching junior officers and officials
. If a politicisions or a very senior officer is punished the juniors will improve them selves. Actually it is in every body mind that a very corrupt official ultimately escapes as he can purchase witness, I query officer and can engage renowned and costly Advocate who can approach the judiciary as well. To improve this the cases should be decided quickly and honestly. more  
Strong law i.e. death penalty required to handle corruption as its roots are stronger than Taliban. more  
Kejriwal seems to be the hope fpor the new and old generation since none others are committed to the cause more  
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