Tuesday, August 16, 2011

India's corruption international issue

India has today arrested prominent anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare. So this is the state of democracy in India. Those opposing corruption are promptly arrested, beaten, harassed and discredited.

India's perverse corruption law (yes, there is one that no one abides by) even allows swift arrests of those who pay bribe. The only ones who get off scotfree and left to plunder the nation's assets are the ones who receive bribes and breed bribery.

How do you expect companies to oppose corruption in this kind of country? Companies are just helpless and silent victims of 66 years of humiliating corruption.

International intervention is needed to save hapless people of India from the corrupt alliance between politicians, bureaucrats, and criminal gangs.

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