How to remove corruption from India
In 1991-92, I was the State Inquiry Officer of Assam, the head of the state's anti-corruption machinery. This senior post is usually held by Additional Chief Secretaries (I was given this role while still a relatively junior Secretary).
That experience was bolstered by the experience of being Additional Chief Electoral Officer of Assam which provided me detailed opportunities to look at the causes of corruption.
This, along with a huge amount of other experience, reading, and research, informs the detailed anti-corruption package I've outlined in my book, Breaking Free of Nehru.
The following ILLUSTRATIVE blog posts throw light on this matter:
- The Iceberg of Indian Corruption
- How can Indians possibly believe that MMS is upright?
- India sold out by CPI, Congress and our press to the USSR
- Vohra Committee Report, 1993
- Congress and BJP are equally corrupt
- Is this a joke? Rahul Gandhi honest?!
- Corruption in Indian politics
- Corruption in the Indian media
- Corruption in the Indian judiciary
- Not one reason to be honest
- Not one reason to be honest – Part 2
- Not one reason to be honest – Part 3
- Not one reason to be honest – Part 4
- Not one reason to be honest – Part 5
- Transparency International’s model does not attack the cause but the symptom\
How corruption actually works in India.
This is a good example. http://twitter.com/#!/sabhlok/status/154712079968894976
- First step in removal of corruption: State funding of elections
- How to remove corruption from India – the ACTUAL solution
- Accounting of Political Party Funds and Election Expenditure
- Are you serious about removing corruption? Then follow the POSITIVE solution
- The IAC chases after shadows while the causes of corruption are left TOTALLY untouched
- The dramatically over-hyped faith in the Jan Lokpal Bill
- This flimflam about Jan LokPal bill won’t clean India’s image
- Please be clear: Jan Lokpal won’t catch the most corrupt: Sonia and Rahul Gandhi
- The CVC is a sham – let’s just shut it down
The problem of corruption
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