WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF CORRUPTION?
Corruption impacts societies in a multitude of ways. In the worst cases, it costs lives. Short of this, it costs people their freedom, health or money. The cost of corruption can be divided into four main categories: political, economic, social and environmental.
On the political front, corruption is a major obstacle to democracy and the rule of law. In a democratic system, offices and institutions lose their legitimacy when they’re misused for private advantage. This is harmful in established democracies, but even more so in newly emerging ones. It is extremely challenging to develop accountable political leadership in a corrupt climate.
Economically, corruption depletes national wealth. Corrupt politicians invest scarce public resources in projects that will line their pockets rather than benefit communities, and priorities high-profile projects such as dams, power plants, pipelines and refineries over less spectacular but more urgent infrastructure projects such as schools, hospitals and roads. Corruption also hinders the development of fair market structures and distorts competition, which in turn deters investment.
Corruption Banned by Bhagwan Valmiki Jagriti Sweh Sewa Sanstha
Bhagwan Valmiki Jagriti Sweh Sewa Sanstha under president Mr. Kuldeep singh, is a sincere and collective effort to fight against Corruption and Crime. Purpose of this organization is to fighting against the major evil in India. i.e. corruption, crime & Human Rights.
We believe that the fight against corruption and crime is the biggest challenge of our time for business as well as society in general. If this fight is to succeed, all anti-corruption efforts need to be ignited and supported.
The biggest threat to our Country is from Corruption and Crime. We assure a very Honest and a sincere effort to fight against them.