I could not agree with you more. India has many problems and corruption has become endemic to our people.
The reasons are many including 'chalta hai' attitude, extremely high level of status consciousness of society. This needs to change at a social level. Our education system must change to ensure proper social upbringing and value system.
At the legislative level there are just too many lawless laws which need weeding out to make lean, meaningful and implementable legal frame work.
At executive level Police Reforms, Administrative Reforms need to undertaken with a view to facilitate reasonable time bound actions with a human face. Administrators and Police should receive training of kind where emphasis is on learning that they are in service of people and not of government.
At the judicial level there should be judicial reforms to with a view that "Justice Delayed is Justice Denied'' disposal of cases must happen in a time bound manner. No matter how much funds (tax payers money) are needed to ensure timely justice to citizenry to ensure a just society, in the absence of which we could only expect a citizenry who would not respect their laws and there would be all round lawlessness and corruption.
On Monday, 10 March 2014 2:02 PM, Joel Murray <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: more