How To Make India Corruption Free

Aditi Rao

If a person wants to see India corruption free then first he has to be corruption free. You may ask yourself how? It’s simple, all you have to do is to do your duty. So, the question may arise what is our way towards a corruption free India. It’s actually very simple. All you have to do is not to take money for unreasonable purpose like a policeman (not all but a few) always asks for money when you are pulled over for not wearing helmet, driving over speed limit or breaking traffic rules. You also give them the money as it is getting over fast and without much hassles but it’s starting the end of a truthful India. So don’t give the money instead go to the Police Station and solve your case. This kind of things also happens in political field, mostly during the election. The Election candidate standing for the election usually gives some money to the needy for exchange of votes. The same happens in cricket matches. All you have to do is not be one of the kinds of person found in these kind of situations. The 1st is the giver, the person who gives money get his work done easier or to make a side win, irrespective of the fact whether that side is good or bad. The 2nd kind is the one person who takes money and cheats so that he is getting more money than usual. So don’t be one of them.

Even Abdul Kalam says that “if a country is tom be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal numbers who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher” This means that the lessons or action done by the three key elements of life is a lesson for the child for example when the father shaves the son pretends to share like his father. He acts like or mimics like his teacher in the class. In life the child tries to repeat how his mother had handled him during his childhood.

Let’s be honest and truthful to ourselves and make India a country of proud citizens.

About the Author: Aditi Rao is a budding multi talented child. At an early age of 13 years she is very sensitive towards social issues. She has penned several poems and  articles. She is also a trained Bharatnatyam dancer.


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