Rules & Regulation Breed Corruption

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ABHIJEET NANDAN said: (Jan 23, 2018)  
Many people may excuse that rules and regulation lead to corruption. But in fact, this logic is given by those people who support corruption and don't want to be punished. Rules are always made for the well being of citizens. But since ut is created by humans itself hence it may contain some faults also but after time passes and rules are tested on various platforms than its weak points also emerge and it can be corrected. So its very shameful to say that rules lead to corruption.

Corruption isn't a type of thing which can be resolved only by rules. Society should also have to take it into account. Because corruption emerges from human mind and mind is greatly influenced by society.

Corruption can also be controlled by reforming our education system. Moral education should be taught in schools as a necessary subject since childhood.

Corruption can be controlled by making strict and hard laws like janlokpal etc. It will create a sense of fear in the minds of corrupt persons.

At last, I can only say that corruption can be eliminated by the joint effort of family, society, law, and yourself.

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Surya said: (Jan 22, 2018)  
Rules and regulations are important to every man not in corruption in everywhere. If the man is discipline there is no corruption.

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Dileep.m said: (Nov 15, 2017)  
Rules and regulations are the most powerful weapon of the people but we are not using in proper way because everyone having a lot of pressure and works in daily life in that we can cross the rules and regulations we will be pay in the form of bribe we have telling nice be use rules and regulations when it comes to me is it okay to take bribe that is the case we need to get corruption less India we have to do something we can use the technology who are not follow rules and regulations just be enter the name of person in the list we take action against him some amount will be deducted from his salary by govt.

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Samdisha said: (Oct 31, 2017)  
Corruption is like a speed breaker which retards the rate of development of a country. So, strict rules are needed and should be enforced.

Corruption is world wide disease and transpiracy vaccination is cure.

Thank you.

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Pavi said: (Sep 14, 2017)  
Corruption leads to under development of india's economy growth.

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Subbu said: (Mar 3, 2017)  

Corruption leads to misuse of rules and regulation. Because now a day people in society thinking for ourself only even small thing also.

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Shiva said: (Nov 5, 2016)  
The rules and regulations are made so that there are peace and harmony in the nation. So it is not rules and regulations which breed corruption but it is the HUMAN NATURE.

For Eg. If a person breaks a traffic rule instead of paying the fine, they prefer to bribe the traffic police.

So ultimately we can say that breaking of rules and regulation breeds corruption.

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Vishu Gupta said: (Aug 10, 2016)  
Let's consider India to implement the above Topic.

For managing the population of 1.25 Billion, Rules, and Regulations are definitely needed for welfare, security, penalties, law and order etc. But making the framework of Rules and regulations is only half work done. The other half which is equally important is to maintain and regular compilation of working within the framework of Rules and Regulations.

This is quite understood but why are we not able to maintain and compile?

Wherever Human Intervention is present in the system, there will be room for cheating, scams, and bribery. To reduce this, Implement the latest technology, use unhackable cameras to record the activity of Traffic Police, government Officials and making everything Transparent to the public will increase awareness to everyone. This will build strength in a common man to report for a criminal activity with full confidence.

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Anshuman said: (Jul 25, 2016)  
It's not rules and regulations that breed corruption. It's basically violating rules and regulations or not obeying rules and regulations that breed corruption.

For eg, Traffic rules are made to avoid accidents but traffic involved himself in bribery when anyone violates traffic rules and gets caught. Instead of filing a challan the police officer takes some money from the people and thus the corruption is born.

Another example that can be seen especially in India that admission to top government colleges requires an applicant to pass through entrance examination and he must secure good rank in that. But again the ministers, politicians, etc take a lot of money from the candidate to get them admitted to the colleges which itself is corruption. Many higher authorities are involved in this racket. Rules and regulations breed corruption until and unless a proper rule are made and punishment is given to the people who are involved in corruption by breaking these rules. Strict rules should be made in order to stop corruption.

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Sajjad said: (Jul 3, 2016)  
Rules and regulations are good for society but strictness to follow these rules should also necessary if strictness is not present then rules and regulation breed corruption yes In Pakistan many rules and are present but strictness is not present and as a result you can easily see that almost everyone is doing corruption if strictness would present in our society than no one can do corruption at last rules and regulations does not breed corruption absence of strictness does.

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Chiranjeevinaidu said: (Feb 21, 2016)  
Rules and regulations are good for the people and society, but in India we have rules only there is no proper implementations, moreover no correct and strict punishments for bribers, if the government take strict action on corruption then only India is developed country, up to that extent India always developing country. In my opinion punishment only stops corruption.

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PAWAN said: (Apr 5, 2015)  
Hi friends,

I would like to say on the topic "Rule and regulation breed the corruption" that it have both faces. For example government had made rule that everyone should wear helmet while driving but what is the result if police caught you, who starts giving excuse and bribe you don't want to pay challan. That mean corruption started from even a small rule. There are many rules just for not to be captured in rule corruption starts.

I don't think that making a lot of rule will decrease the corruption. Rules and regulation should be as least as possible and close to human welfare and more important things is it proper implementation. So, good and few rules with proper implementation can reduce corruption.

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Ashutosh Dubey said: (Nov 27, 2014)  
Rule and regulation is not reason of the corruption but the reason of corruption is improper implementation of rule and regulation.

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Vinita said: (Mar 26, 2014)  
Yes I do think that rules and regulations are very necessary but they are the one cause of corruption as if due to some rule a person is not able to get some thing then he/she tries to get it through paying some bribe.

For example if some one needs a gas cylinder and due to rules he is not able to then he would pay bribe and get it.

Thus I feel the solution can be to make ourselves aware that what we are doing is wrong even if we are in need of some thing we must try to get it legally else we should get some alternative of that thing. That would not be as good as that thing but at least we will have a good feeling of honesty in our heart.

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Ravi said: (Mar 12, 2014)  
Rules and regulation are necessities for effective run of government bodies.

As on another hand without analysing of people's view of seeing on rules and how much importance should given to the rules?

Leads to corruption due to forcefully applied by authority and releases them in favour of corrupt money.

Example is police forced citizen to wear helmet though it is not that much of preliminary according to citizen.

By violating law police asked fine to them and let them go with 50Rs instead of 100Rs without providing receipt.

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Harry said: (Jan 8, 2014)  
Hi friends!

In my point of view, there is no Rules and regulations Followed by Our Indian country properly. The higher persons who involved in construction of Rules and regulations they are the first person to break the rules. All the rules are broken by them but we are also involved to break rules and regulations indirectly and directly.

How means people we are living in the competitive world no one worry about his/her neighbor's health and wealth. Every one wants to show him/her power on to the society for such reason he/she do anything in their life. When people wants more and more money they establish themselves on the society via breaking the rules and regulations. But they don't care about poor people.

For that, some rare hard worker's are ignored from the Society. Even though those people are very skilled and knowledgeable, they are not co-operate for break the rules!Such a reason leads to them discarded from society!

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Bahnisikha said: (Nov 12, 2013)  
Rules and regulation must be acceptable and logically applicable for everyone. If it is strict too much then it will be corrupted. For example when a family strict too much then it was heard that there son or daughter left home and gone with his or her lover. Without rules and regulation the country become a jungle. At first required to change myself and then change our surroundings because public makes a man leader of our country who generate to all of us.

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Rohit said: (Sep 25, 2013)  
Regulations create opportunity of circumventing them. For example- you can't bring gold into country. Well almost! This creates a scope for gold smuggling. This further leads to connivance between opportunity exploiters and law implementing agencies. Regulations are tools for biasing resources to monopoly. Regulations are tool for usurping public property. Regulations are scuffles for common men.

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Abhishek Jawla said: (Sep 9, 2013)  
I am not agree with the title of topic. Rules and regulations are meant for human welfare. Sometimes we may think that how hard is it to follow the rules but it is the fact on that time we are only thinking about ourselves. To make a system working properly there is always a need of rules and regulation, otherwise it could not be worked properly.

For example if while standing on a red light we are thinking that it is a just wastage of time then we must think about the time we will have to spend in a traffic jam without traffic lights.

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Udayraj Jagtap said: (Sep 7, 2013)  
When rules get too strict, they break by themselves. So they must be set in such a way that they can be practically practiced.

Say in roads if there are no rules then what will happen. What if no queue system in counters.

Just to make rules is not enough. Proper vigilance is also required. Making rules and forgetting is of no use. Judicial and legal system should be strong enough to check that whether these rules are being followed or not and people who break these laws should be punishable with in proper time.

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Vishwas said: (Aug 25, 2013)  
Hello friends.

Very good topic for the discussion. I would support the ideas of those people who are saying that we should have strict rules and regulation to maintain discipline in our country. But my friends I will tell you one thing that we have good rules and regulation in our country but we don't want to follow the rules and regulation. Meanwhile, we always expect that educated people will follow the rules and regulation but they cross the boundary and neglect rules and regulation. So think what can we expect from our uneducated people. I consider rules and regulation will always stop corruption but there is one implication if we people would follow the rules strictly and spread awareness among the people that follow rules and regulation as a honest Indian. This contribution can change our as well our destiny.

We know very well our destiny means our country destiny. We have the power to stop corruption not the leaders because we select the leaders so everything is depend on us.

Thank you.

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Raj said: (Jan 28, 2013)  
Now a days rules is only on paper work it is not applicable 100% we can says that today era each and every people wants to fulfill their need that s why they encourage by the people for doing that activity for their own self.

Only rules and regulation is not breed the corruption but something more effective element is required.

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Nitesh said: (Mar 7, 2012)  
Rules and regulation is compulsory in every feild but only make rules is not help to reduce corruption every one should obey the rule so that we reduce the coruption every thing is depend on our self first we obey all rules and spread awarness among the person.

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Amar Pal Singh said: (Jan 7, 2012)  
As far as I concerned rules and regulation are made to make our life easy and disciplined. A discipline person can do in positive manner whatever he desire and his circumstances. Because they are only rules so that we are safe and secure from bad activities which are very dangerous for our life. So we should be in side the boundary not should make our destination so hard and disgusting.

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Praveen Kumar said: (Nov 5, 2011)  
Rules and regulations would not breed corruption rather they help to reduce corruption its because without rules and regulations nobody will follow any ethics and values and do whatever they want. And rules are ment for the progress of the society and the country. Strict rules on everyone especially on the government employees would certainly reduce the corruption.

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Viraj said: (Nov 5, 2011)  
The rules and regulations in this country is important as important in each and every country of this world. The rules and regulations gives us a standard way to do a job in legal and sophisticated way, it helps to control crimes, it curbs the unnecessary money holders( Ex. Tax stealer)and force them to pay back what you have get in a required form.

But now a days these rules and regulations are being misused by rich businessman's, by politicians, by film stars, by govt. officials itself for their own greed and their own need. Rules and regulations defines the whole system and now they are being used for illegal activities in a legal way.
Rules and regulations has bind the hands of people who wants to raise their voice against this, who wants to protest against this.

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Siddhartha said: (May 7, 2011)  
Most of the communities in India (such as Bengali) , are succumbed in 'Culture of Poverty' (a theory introduced by an American anthropologist Oscar Lewis) , irrespective of class or economic strata, lives in pavement or apartment. Nobody is at all ashamed of the deep-rooted corruption, decaying general quality of life, worst Politico-administrative system, weak mother language, continuous absorption of common space (mental as well as physical, both). We are becoming fathers & mothers only by self-procreation, mindlessly & blindfold. Simply depriving their (the children) fundamental rights of a decent, caring society, fearless & dignified living. Do not ever look for any other positive alternative behaviour (values) to perform human way of parenthood, i.e. deliberately co-parenting of those children those are born out of ignorance, real poverty. All of us are being driven only by the very animal instinct. If the Bengali people ever be able to bring that genuine freedom (from vicious cycle of 'poverty') in their own life/attitude, involve themselves in 'Production of Space' (Henri Lefebvre) , at least initiate a movement by heart, decent & dedicated Politics will definitely come up.

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Dushyant said: (Feb 20, 2011)  
Every coin has its opposite side. Rules and regulation bind human society a vary good well defined level of norms and system. But story has some militants that finds loophole of system and break rules for their convenience matters.

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Siddharth said: (Feb 20, 2011)  
Rules and regulations definitely necessary for beating corruption but what we actually see is that who have got the responsibility for implementing these rules are also get corrupted. So better if we focus on developing ethics and values in society by modifying our present education system.

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Sanjay said: (Feb 16, 2011)  
Rules and regulations are required in every sphere of human life to have a decent programming life,wether it is professional or personal.after all we all are goin 2 b a part of dis corporate world n do u thnk dis corporate wrld wld ever function without proper rules n regulations.
but rules n regulations should not be made so strict that it would disturb the hapiness of the person concerned.

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Amit Kumar said: (Feb 11, 2011)  
Corruption is a kind of mental vivacity which want to earn money illegal. Corruption is not curb through only government, every citizen of that country come forward to nip in the bud. Government can allot officers to file a compliant for corruption no doubt after all this measures we can able to eradicate corruption from root.

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Dhwani said: (Feb 10, 2011)  
Corruption takes place when both the personality -One who gives bribe and the other who takes it -agreed upon each other.

A single person breaking the rule will not lead to corruption, but depends upon the mutual agreement of these two.

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Kapil Chhabra said: (Jan 13, 2011)  
what I feel, there is a single factor dat gives rise to corruption and dat factor is greed.
People are keeping this factor in their mind.
So they are violating the rules and regulations. Why Govt orgs. are corrupted today?
Because we people are paying bribes to get flat allotment, for gas connection and even for a electric metre or anythingelse dat is required from the govt.

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Anubha said: (Dec 22, 2010)  
just to make rules is not enough.proper vigilance is also required.making rules and forgeting is of no use.judicial and legal system should be srtong enough to check that whether these rules are being followed or not and people who break these laws should be punishable with in proper time.

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Anita said: (Dec 21, 2010)  
When rules get too strict, they break by themselves. So they must be set in such a way that they can be practically practiced.

Eg: Not only in case of corruption, for students, if college is too strict, they bunk classes.

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Shlav Kumar said: (Jul 25, 2010)  
Rules and regulations rather removes corruption. If rules are implimented strictly then no one will ever dare to indulge in wrong doings and will thus lead to a peaceful and idal environment. Imagine the world without any rule...say in roads if there are no rules then what will happen...what if no queue system in counters.

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Supriya said: (Jul 21, 2010)  
Its human nature to make himself free of any chains, even if that are important to keep him balanced. Rules are made to curb any nuisance or disorder or to facilitate people.but some homo sapiens, whose frenzied instinct is much more powerful than its counterpart..... leads to corruption

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