Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Corruption Corruption Corruption

Here are some jewels to worry about:

Police Station

  • You are forced to pay the constable for him to 'clear' you for your passport.
  • You want to register a case - you pay up.
  • You want to followup on a case - you pay up.

Property Registration

  • Go there and see it for yourself. You pay up those clerks before anything gets done.

Driving License - RTO

  • You either pay up or keep coming back for more driving tests.
  • A new ploy these days is - they sell tickets (doesnt matter what) - which you are supposed to buy OR ELSE !!! This allows them not to get caught !

And many more...

What do ALL the above have IN COMMON. They are all Government Run Departments - These are Dens of Corruption and Inefficiency.

Anyone can go and find these out to be true. So why is Sonia Gandhi and her self-serving Bureaucrats sleeping.

Read On:


At 9:02 AM, Blogger A Soul In Exile said...

100 mein se 90 be-imaan
fhir bhi mera desh mahaan...

At 4:22 PM, Blogger BoonDoggie said...

The last time I was in Bangalore the police had about 20 scooters stopped. My driver explained that the police were basically harassing the drivers until they paid 100 rupees.

The corruption has to be seen to be believed. Westerners would never put up with that from their own government, yet in India it seems to be part of life.

At 9:42 PM, Blogger ketki said...

curruption in india......will it ever end?????????????

At 6:00 AM, Blogger Silkboard said...

Why is it that you expect only Sonia and her gang to set this right. Its a cultural phenomena, expecting a magic govt to clean it up is a bit unrealistic. It will go with time, as govt slowly withdraws from most thing it does and should not do. It will go away as more and more of us start complaining.

At 8:28 AM, Blogger Slim said...

Lack of proper education is a big reason for this. Everyone in school does not need to know in depth what Einstein proved; at what angle must a bicyclist lean to make a turn in a curve of 21.486 m radius; what is the torque of a double jointed socket wrench and the pounds per square inch used within the movements to tighten a lug nut to fire a trigger on an M-16 etc. You get the idea.

People need to stop paying up and start asking questions.

At 4:08 AM, Blogger Apun Ka Desh said...


Good Point. Primary Education is totally lacking. And it is purposeful. Govt. is directing 16000 Crores of Rs towards Reservations in higher education ?
WHAT A COLOSSAL WASTE. This should go towards Primary Education.

Yes, indeed People should ask Questions.


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