By Subrata Mukherjee
In love with Golapi, Subratagolapi
Corruption is a form of dishonest act committed by a person or even by an institution entrusted with the acts for the welfare of the individual or the society but performed otherwise only to achieve gain for his or its own interest. It is not only illegal but also immoral.
Corruption can be occurred in many ways and in many stages from small one in the individual field to a big one in the society. Crimes in the society has its root set in the corruption, it is contagious and acts widespread in the humans. It’s creator is human and is victim is also a human. No other animal except humans in the world has any role to play with the corruption.
There are many factors which give birth to various forms of corruption in the human society. These can be enlisted in multiple heading and applications as :
1. Greed of money and desire of un ethical activities.
2. Lack of morals in the individuals.
3. Absence of self confidence and non application of mental strength.
4.Weak democracy and concentration of power in the fewer hands.
5. Weak participation of the educated common people in the democratic process.
6. Frequent application of money power and freedom of muscle power and active participation of illiterates in the power accumulation.
7. Absence of active Judicial processes.
8 Lack of transparency in the electoral process and functions.
9. Absence of patriotism and cultural activities in the individual and social life.
10 Desiring more than deserving.
Corruption can occur in every human act and field irrespective of the class, caste, sex, religion, belief and faith. Diseases caused many deaths in the humans, wars and natural disasters also remained fatal for human civilization but corruption perhaps continues to act as the most lethal virus in the history of human civilization.
Corruption can cause havoc with the human life and prosperity slowly but surely towards a lost world where every human will appear as human in shape but in act will survive as a mere creature devoid of all human sense, shame, passion, ism, morale and principles!The New World (Natun Prithibi)
There are many forms of corruption and these forms are always detrimental to the causes of the welfare of the people and the society. Many such forms of corruptions are:
Corruption is surely an abuse of power, trust and respect entrusted upon someone in a specific way. Corruption brings wrongful gain for the guilty person eroding the faith of the person who reposed it and received disheartening wrongful loss besides a heavy blow of shocking distrust.
Many types of corruption are prevalent in the world of human civilization and these have become almost orders of the day. The common people are passing through these corrupt practices in their daily lives and despite knowing their evil effects they are bound to remain in these corruption as there are no remedies against these evil practices.
These can be enlisted in many ways and names as :
Corruption is purely an evil for development of the people in all forms and figures. It can cripple the growth of economic, political and cultural activities of an entire nation and can misdirect the motion of the people towards destruction. This is an act which never bears any good thing in its flow and surprisingly, the upper class of the human society remain well accustomed to such practices of corruption instead of showing disregard or rejection from their attitude.
The lower or the poorer human society have to bear the burden of corrupt practices as they have nothing to do against such a massive flow of corruption in all forms and in all levels of the human civilization. This continues every day in every society resulting all discrepancies in the human society in the forms of unemployment, poverty, diseases, starvation and many such man made disorders in the world.The New World (Natun Prithibi)
…..an excerpt from “Corruption, the most lethal virus in the history of human civilization!” written by Subrata Mukherjee
The New World (Natun Prithibi)