Hello to all the esteemed members of the audience. Today I wish to share with you some of my views on the prevailing practice of corruption.
As a much used and prevalent term, many of us must have often wondered as to how we define corruption. Many among us must also have been intrigued as to what can actually be categorised as corruption. Well, to put it in words, we can define corruption as any sort of practice that allows the party or parties partaking in an inordinate benefit or advantage. Many-a-often, corruption is seen to disproportionately favour the outcome of an event, which would not have been the case otherwise.
Various forms of media have often quoted the term ‘corruption’ in relation to powerful people, organisations, political parties and even justice systems. Corruption is what allows some people to escape from the clutches of law and order. Some of the common forms of corruption that we often witness include bribery, money laundering, peddling, extortion, patronage, embezzlement, electoral fraud, etc. Within an organisation, the practice of other forms of corruption such as nepotism, cronyism, etc. is also prevalent.
Political parties are also seen practising corruption in order to gain influence over the people.
Corruption prevents the prevalence of justice. As a result of this malpractice, deserving people are often robbed of apt opportunities. This practice is often seen to have a domino effect as it gives rise to a chain of events triggered by a single act. In other words, corruption brings about death to democracy. People engaging in corruption often turn a blind eye towards justice systems touted as an important pillar of democracy. The outcome of corruption, which is usually in favour of the more powerful section of society, also leads people to lose faith in the democratic process.
Now, that we have discussed corruption in detail, we should also make ourselves aware of how we can prevent the same from taking place. Effective law enforcement is often the key to halt this practice. This ensures that corrupt officials are being punished for their crimes. Other measures of curbing corruption include the practice of effective journalism, transparency on the part of the government in terms of policies and other norms, strengthened roles of auditing agencies, etc. The citizens must also be strengthened to raise questions and the government should also be made accountable in order to put an end to corrupt practices.
As citizens and human beings, it is our responsibility to see to it that we do not indulge in any type of corruptive behaviour. Great visionaries have time and again stressed on the fact that one of the prime means to bring about peace and end chaos is by giving up corrupt practices. Beside limiting ourselves, we must also see to it that corruption and unjust practices in our vicinity do not go unreported and work with the law enforcement in this regard. Only by establishing a corruption-free society, we can make this world a better place to live in.
Speech on Corruption
A warm welcome to all the lovely ladies and gentlemen. I stand before you today to deliver a few lines on the topic of corruption.
Corruption, a term we often come across, implies the employment of malpractices often resulting in benefit or advantage to the party who employs the same. In various world scenarios, people practising corruption are often in possession of ill-gotten gains which allow certain or numerous circumstances to work in their favour. In our day-to-day life, we all must have come across corrupt people in business, organisations, politics and more.
There is no one conformed form of corruption. It can range from anywhere from a small bribe to nepotism, patronage, extortions, etc. As often witnessed, corruption often loops in other crimes under its aegis. Due to the practising of corruption, money laundering, human and drug trafficking, kidnapping are also on the rise. Various political parties are also seen to indulge in corruption for harnessing power. Corruption has always been one of the causes for the lack of development of the weaker sections of the society as the practice has been known to favour the rich and powerful.
I would like to conclude by saying that corruption is a hindrance to democracy and the justice system. As a nation striving to advance on all fronts, be it social or economic, we must ensure that we abstain from all kinds of corrupt practices. We should also be vigilant about the corruption prevailing in our society and do everything in our power to ensure a just and equal society is being established.
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Speech on Corruption
Greetings of the day to all. Today I am here to present a speech on corruption. Corruption refers to immoral behaviour that some people employ to gain benefit.
Corruption often involves dishonesty and misuse of power that allows an undue benefit to some people.
As commonly seen, the more powerful people usually practise corruption which allows them certain advantages. The weaker or the less powerful people are generally who suffer as a result of this practice. Corruption has many forms like bribery, extortion, etc. Practising corruption can result in several ill effects on society and prevents the practice of justice.
Corruption gives people the power to indulge in several harmful activities. In conclusion, I would like to say that we should refrain from practising corruption and also be aware of any such person of this manner. Instead, we should work collectively in order to remove this evil from our society and build a better environment for all.