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  1. 1. Corruption Eruption
  2. 2. Starting with the Anthem
  3. 3. Corruption is a term with many meanings, but generally it entails misusing one’s office for a private gain or unofficial end. It involves both a monetary and non- monetary benefit.
  4. 4. • Abuse of the system • Bid rigging • Bribery • Cartel • Collusion • Cronyism • Electoral fraud • Embezzlement • Influence peddling • Nepotism • Organized crime • Patronage • Price Fixing
  5. 5. Throughout The Life
  6. 6. at the time of birth….
  7. 7. In Government Hospitals, corruption is associated with non availability of medicines, getting admission, consultations with doctors and availing diagnostic services.
  8. 8. Corruption at School Level….
  9. 9. “School corruption takes many forms, but it falls into three main categories: I: cheating and deceit, II: waste and mismanagement, and III: fraud and stealing.”
  10. 10. Corruption in Police
  11. 11. Police corruption is a specific form of police misconduct designed to obtain financial benefits, other personal gain, or career advancement for a police officer or officers in exchange for not pursuing, or selectively pursuing, an investigation or arrest.
  12. 12. Political corruption is the abuse of public power, office, or resources by elected government officials for personal gain, e.g. by extortion, soliciting or offering bribes
  13. 13. Is India really fighting against corruption with Anna Hazare?
  14. 14. What are the roots of India’s fight against ‘Corruption’? • 2G spectrum scam resulting into a loss to the exchequer and illegal manipulation of the spectrum allocation process. • Wikileaks of the US embassy secret cables. • 2010 fake housing loan scam. • Adarsh Housing Society (Mumbai) Scam. • 2010 Commonwealth Games Corruption Controversy.
  15. 15. Anna Hazare’s Protest for Jan Lokpal Bill
  16. 16. On 5 April 2011, Anna Hazare initiated a movement by beginning fast unto death at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi. Movement gained momentum with support of India’s youth. Protests erupted in Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and many other places. On the morning of 16 August 2011, Hazare, along with close associates, was remanded to judicial custody for seven days. Hazare was picked up by police at about 7.30 am from a residence in east Delhi for "intending to defy prohibitory orders" Protests spread to numerous other places, including Mumbai, Kolkata, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Chennai, Patna, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Ranchi, Pune, and the University of Jammu The first meeting regarding a draft of the Lokpal Bill was held on 16 April. Swami Ramdev begins his indefinite hunger strike at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi Anna Hazare was detained by Delhi Police in the early morning before he could start his hunger strike at JP park, Delhi. Anna Hazare was sent to seven days judicial custody to Tihar jail after refusing to sign a personal bond to be released on bail. Anna Hazare agreed to leave jail after Delhi Police granted him permission to fast for 15-days against corruption at Ramlila Maidan.
  17. 17. • In India, the Jan Lokpal Bill is a draft anti-corruption bill that would create an independent body. • It would have the power to prosecute bureaucrats • The bill was drafted by former IPS officer, Kiran Bedi, Shanti Bhushan, Justice N. Santosh Hedge, Advocate Prashant Bhushan and former chief election commisioner J.M. Lyngdoh . • The first Lokpal Bill was passed in 1969 but failed to get through Rajya Sabha for coming 42 years.
  18. 18. Keeping the features of proposed Jan Lokpal Bill in mind, can we really “ensure” the continuation of anti-corruption machinery? Can we “ensure” honest officials for keeping the committee clean and genuinely helping common man? What is India’s future with the Jan Lokpal Bill?
  19. 19. “Every Indian should come out and support the cause for which Anna Hazare risks death. If we do not rise now to face the moment of truth, we never will”
  20. 20. Under the guidance of- School-