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Legalise Corruption – Solve Common man's problem ?

By rashmijsr on Thu, 22 December 2011 at 18:04 IST


“ Nothing moves without money in Income tax, Sales Tax and Excise departments” says SC ( Supreme Court ) on corruption. In a sarcastic remark a Bench of Justices Markandeya Katju and T S Thakur said “ Why not legalise corruption “. According to me it will be a great move. Everyone will be aware of how much money they need to pay to get their work done. This will solve a very big problem because the same person asks for different sums from different people depending upon his income. When this system will be legalised everybody will pay the same amount to get the work done.

Corruption is every where. When i went to get my sale deed done of both home and office. I had to bribe the officials. I had no options but to fill their mouth. SC has mentioned only three departments but there are “n” Number of departments which are corrupted and we the common people are experiencing the heat of corruption. At least with legalisation we will save our time and energy. People will not have to visit the same place again and again to get the same work done. Legalisation will solve a big problem. Though mentioned sarcastically but i think “ Legalisation of Corruption “ is the need of the hour. Few will open their mouth and others keep shut but they too expect and unless their hunger is satiated these officials don't work.

God but there will other problems too. News channel business will suffer a lot. They will barely have any “ Sansani News “ or “ Hairatangaz News “ to share. They may shut their news channel and start doing other business like starting serials or joining Bollywood and increase more competition in the existing market. Craze for newspaper will fade up because there will be no masala news. These people will start writing stories and books which will increase numbers of authors thus leading to big competition. It means if at all “ Corruption is legalised “ everything existing in the country will need an image make over. Wow what a corruption.

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