Corruption in Bangladesh
Corruption means adoption unfair means to achieve something being devoid of morality and by defying the rules and regulations of a country. At present, corruption has become one of the most alarming problems in Bangladesh. According to the yearly reports of transparency international Bangladesh is one of the most corrupted country in the world. Courses behind corruption: there are a number of causes behind corruption. Unemployment, lack of good governance, lack of morality, inadequacy of salary, political instabilities etc.
Have led to the expansion of corruption. Corruption and Bangladesh: in Bangladesh, corruption has engulfed the administrative, commercial, political and also social sectors. It has enlarged its paw in business sector too. Law enforcing agencies are the most corrupted department in Bangladesh according to the tab. Report. Forms of corruption: the most usual form of corruption is bribery. However, there are other forms of corruption too, such as in equal distribution of government funds, sharing of relief’s by the off icicles, nepotism in public services etc.
Effects of corruption: corruption lames a nation. The country gets an undignified introduction worldwide. It minimizes the chances for foreign investments. At present, it has turned into an impediment to the development of our country. Moreover, economic disparity amongst people has become more acute. What to do to prevent corruption: therefore, it is time is time for us to halt and prevent corruption. Anti-corruption commission has already been formed to prevent corruption. Besides, it is necessary to upgrade the morality and human baled of the people.
Religious leaders, teachers and prints can play an effective role in this regard. Media can also take a strong stand against corruption. In addition, good governance, increase of job facilities and strict enforcement of legal rules can ensure prevention of corruption. Finally, we must create awareness amongst people against corruption. Conclusion: it is corruption which has hampered the development of our country. Therefore, all of us must raise a campaign to combat broidery and corruption for a better and corruption free Bangladesh.