"If something can corrupt you, you're corrupted already."
Well said! And it is especially true in India. I mean, isn't it us who prefer slipping in a Rs 500 note to the traffic police officer than getting a fine (challan) or our vehicle towed? What about the times we want a whiskey bottle on a dry day? Don't we go through the back door and try to get it anyway?
Like it or not, these are small forms of corruption. Yes, we are all corrupted.
And maybe because it has become such a normal part of our life that we tend to let it off easily as well. Maybe not easily but after a lot of discussions, swearing at the politicians, complaining about the system; we finally let it go.
Recently the Supreme Court announced the 2G scam verdict. All the accused were acquitted. So we decided to ask India what was is there take on corruption and the verdict.
This is what India (#IndiaKaPulse) says:
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