Speech on Corruption
Good morning to one & all present here. Today I ……… is going to express my views on the topic of corruption. Corruption is defined as some unethical activity or behaviour, which results in some gain.
We all are aware of the rate of increase of corruption in our country. India is a beautiful land, but its beauty is getting lost by the corruption that is happening. There is no sector left which has been untouched by corruption.
There are many forms of corruption which we often hear about in the news. It involves two parties, one who pays & one who do the favour.
Bribery is one of them in which offering monetary or any other benefits to any official for easy processing of documents, for admission in colleges, schools, for jobs, for ticket in election & many more.
Even nowadays, media persons are bribed to broadcast a particular program on their news channel.
Nepotism is a word which we all must have come through, which means favouring relatives over others for a specific position, work etc. The most live example to nepotism is crystal clear in Bollywood where people with connections are given a chance over others.
There are also other forms of corruption like patronage, which means favouring supporters, cronyism means favouring friends.
There are adverse effects of corruption on the economy of a country. It often results in loss to the weaker section. It depletes the national wealth, which is for the betterment of the country.
Corruption is a significant challenge for democracy as it hinders the implementation of laws & violates them. It also results in depletion or overexploitation of natural resources.
Now the question comes how to fight against corruption? Now we should ask ourselves this question of how many times we as citizens have opposed corruption?
The strict enforcement of rules & regulation with punishment to the culprit has become the need of the time. Freedom of press, transparency & access to information will help in curbing corruption.
The foremost important step is citizen demand; we all must demand our government for a corruption-free society. We also need to ensure that we all are abiding the rules set by the government. I want to end my speech with a quote by Angel Gurria.
“Integrity, transparency and the fight against corruption have to be part of the culture. They have to be taught as fundamental values.”
3 Minutes Speech on Corruption
A warm welcome everyone present here. We all are present here to discuss the much-hiked issue of today’s democracy, that is corruption.
We all are aware of what corruption is & also aware of the different forms of corruption. Let it be bribery, favours, nepotism or cronyism; it’s the high time that we all must be alert & raise our voice against the issues.
Corruption has highly impacted the pride of a nation like India, where democracy is our fundamentals. The corruption has affected our political systems, economic balances, social harmony & environmental misbalance.
The corrupted political system has resulted in wrong persons on power & discontentment among people. Corruption has led to larger impacts on the weaker section of the society. It has also depleted our national wealth & natural resources.
We all need to understand that this immoral & dishonest activity is not going to help anyone of us, but it is degrading the system more & more.
The government need to focus on strict laws & regulations with proper implementation. Do remember that we all have the power to stop corruption, everything starts from ourselves only.
Let us not support the corruption, which is the biggest evil of the society. Let us join hand to eliminate corruption from our society. Let us work on inculcating the same values to children right from childhood for a brighter future of our country.
We all must pledge today to never indulge in corruption or support any activity in which corruption is involved.