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Indian Legislation and Role of Judiciary for Controlling Corruption in India | Original Article

Anudeep Shah*, (Dr.) Aradhana Parmar, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Corruption is a global phenomenon and it is omnipotent as well as omnipresent to some extent. So no Country is free from the vice of corruption. Corruption travels from one end of a country to another in the company of those who know how to buy what they want with the power of money, whether it is a business deal or a lucrative job they wish to grab. It spirals downward. We can see corrupt practices even in developing countries as well as developed countries. History is replete with examples of widespread corruption in the developing countries as well as in the advanced countries like America, U.K, and France. Today, corruption is a frequently discussed subject by all the people in India. Why is it so? Is India the only corrupt country in the World? Is every country in the world an exception to this malpractice? Who is not corrupt? When can a person adopt the malpractice of corruption? What is the role of politician in advancing corruption? What is the role of judiciary in preventing corruption? What is the role media in preventing corruption? What is the role of civil society in preventing corruption? Who can save our Indian society from the evil of corruption? These are some of the basic questions attempted to be reviewed and researcher tried to find at least few solutions for this malpractice at certain level.