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  • Yes, if free markets continue.

    Yes, India will eventually become a corruption-free country, because as the economy develops, people will not tolerate corruption. People there are already making strides on the issues of women's rights, among other things. As their economy shows them the wealth they can have, they will slowly makes strides towards a more just society, so that they can enjoy their wealth.

  • It's universal truth that after the night the day or the light will come.

    Absolutely india will become free of corruption the recent issues like delhi's election results and anna's movement against corruption which has got a large support all over india shows that people in india especially the youth is having the greatest regret about the current scenario and the politics.Youth is real strength of any nation so if the youth power is channelized in this regard it's very sure that india not only becomes corruption free but also lead the world not only economically but also spiritually and in all aspects.

  • Do agree with it.

    Yes I do agree that India will become a corrupt free country. The only thing this country need is to open their eyes. Corruption is such a thing that cannot be disrooted once and for all, all we need is to make people know what and how eradication may help. And if such thing may not be helpful than taking a strict action may surly have some effect on people , as so done in china, and people held having corruption should be put under bars. We have some hope from Modi's government .

  • By following our laws

    Indian constitutional rules is better than other countries
    there are many laws in our constitution .
    Enforcement of laws is done correctly the corruption a giant destroying many lives would be firmly removed from India there is no need to enact new laws.So please dont say we want to enact new laws

  • I do agree

    The point is with the youngsters coming onto the streets and realizing the fact that corruption is badly affecting India, they are trying to create awareness amongst people. Once people get to know the consequences of corruption, and culminate it with their moral ethics definitely corruption will be uprooted. This may not occur in one single day but we need to have the patience to bear with the people and make them understand that how it is affecting the entire nation.

  • Yes. By educating people.

    Even educated people need to be educated about the bad affects of corruption. Things will change. Once sensible educated people understand the problem they will be able spread the message to young staff even who.Are educated. With improvement in public awareness, it will difficult for corrupt people to continue with their corruption.

  • It's high time:people will take law in their own hands

    India will definitely become corruption free. Although the beneficiaries of corruption are highly powerful people, their number is quite lesser than those who suffer the ill-effects that is the lower income group or the middle class which is full of energetic revolutionary youth who will take the law in their own hands.

  • By getting lessons from America or such developed countries

    Lol! I dont actually think that the day will come,when india will be a corruption free country.But a glimpse of hope is all i got.Because what im seeing is that India has taken a step towards developmet.A great thanks to Mr. Narendra modi because he seems to be the only one who did somethings which many governments could not do. The key to a corruption free country is,better politicians and well educated youth generation to make it happen. Which we can see that the youth have taken major steps towards literacy which is a good sign. Thats all i gotta say. Good luck India.

  • Yes India will corruption free country ...

    Yes, if free markets continue. Yes, India will eventually become a corruption-free country, because as the economy develops, people will not tolerate corruption. People there are already making strides on the issues of women's rights, among other things. As their economy shows them the wealth they can have, they will slowly makes strides towards a more just society, so that they can enjoy their wealth.

  • Yes if online payment mode available for anything sell or purchase

    To educate people and use online or card payments. Because of free money to people hand they are free to store it as black money. If card payment option is every where in India for all needs like travelling and goods purchase. And second is fix the right to property according to class of society. Like fix yearly income and above profit take by government and gave subsidiary to all as per class.

  • India biased country.

    India is a very dangerous country. Indian army routinely breaks into Kashmiri, Assame people house and has been known to rape Chinese, Kashmiri Women. Indian people want favored treatment when they travel the world but give shit to foreigners when they are in India.

    I was in India some time back and smoking a cigarette near the wash room on a train and the policeman said that I was doing something wrong. There are a lot of restrictive laws in India where simple things like food, Taking a shit, Smoking a cigarette, Sex and basic things can become very difficult.

    It will take HUMANITY thousands of years to become stable, Peaceful and creatures with HALO. Most people around the world looking for easy answers.

  • In a Utopian world, Maybe.

    India will never be free of corruption because unfortunately, Our politicians think less about the country and more about their bank accounts. They are in politics because it's easy money.
    India lacks equity and fairness. With a population as large as ours, Yes it is difficult to provide but until provided, India will not be corruption free.
    One crucial factor behind this is that most of the youth has already accepted that our country is hopeless when it comes to reducing or eliminating corruption and finds it a waste of time to even try.
    Another thing is that at some point or another, We all resort to under the table transactions. Giving a hundred rupee note to the traffic police may be a petty contribution to the elaborate web of corruption, But it is a contribution nevertheless. So, Almost without realising, We let our country get corrupt.

  • A Fantasy Far From Reality

    After having done extensive research on this topic I conclude that India become corruption free is, Was, And will remain a dream. Yes many people do raise their voices once in a while but they are suppressed by the thousands of more powerful, More corrupt people. As they say money and power can buy the world.

  • It's Vicious Circle

    To end the corruption is in the hands-of corrupt people-Politicians, Bureaucrats, Businessmen- PBB. Who'll cut-off a well-paying stream of income? In India, rules are made by PBB. It's all philosophical but NOT practical to say a common-man can make a difference. Yeah say-er's are living in optimistic illusion. Wake up

  • Yes if government wants like that

    When we found all the government employees corrupted then we found the only way to get free from corruption is to ask help from our elected minister's. But we found they're the main mastermind of it and they don't care of your complaint regarding the corruption. Even they will make blueprint to kill the complainant.

  • With current political situation No

    Congress and BJP both corrupt, both support crony capitalism. More corruption at state and regional parties. I think country will disintegrate or become financially slave to china, US or any other super power. Any country cant become super power if people dont respect law of land and Indians love to break the rules

  • No it will never,

    India will never be corruption free, infact no country, no state no district, no place will be corruption free.
    As long as human beings exist on planet earth, corruprion and each every single type of wrong deeds will be alive.
    Me, my family,my relatives and friends, and then my colleagues and neighbours ... After this if im vela then ill think other in society, these are my priorities of caring.

  • Good for public good for india

    India is a country where all level of peoples like rich,middle class family and poor peoples are living.If all the people will get the similar level or rank ,i don't think so corruption will happen.That's the problem in India the rich people are more richer and poor people are more poorer.For example politicians are the leaders in India who gives bribes to poor people to receive the votes.But when they get vote ,they don't solve the problems of people.So isn't it corruption ?So how this can be stopped?If the government will make the strict rules or regulations and make the same rank for all the people ,then neither rich people will serve nor poor people,all the people will be equal then India can be corruption free.

  • Good for public good for India

    India is a country where all level of peoples like rich,middle class family and poor peoples are living.If all the people will get the similar level or rank ,i don't think so corruption will happen.That's the problem in India the rich people are more richer and poor people are more poorer.For example politicians are the leaders in India who gives bribes to poor people to receive the votes.But when they get vote ,they don't solve the problems of people.So isn't it corruption ?So how this can be stopped?If the government will make the strict rules or regulations and make the same rank for all the people ,then neither rich people will serve nor poor people,all the people will be equal then India can be corruption free.

    (DB)
    ODISHA

  • No India can't be corruption free !

    Until the mind of the people change . It is in the hands of the youth if they want to see India a corruption free country.
    The leaders are giving corruption more preference which I think that the corruption will never end. Corruption is not new in our country. It is being practiced from the ancient times.

    "WHEN THE MIND WILL CHANGE ,THEN THE COUNTRY WILL CHANGE".


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