Fwd: [karmayog] How to get rid of Corruption
- From: karmayog.org
Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Subject: [karmayog] How to get rid of Corruption
- Govt and RBI should work out method of restricting high currency notes.
2.RBI should issue circular that any transaction above a particular amount (so that common man is not put to trouble)should be through bank transaction only.
3.Strict action should be taken against persons who do illegal business in circulating false/counterfeit currency notes may be through ATM or any other method.
4 Speedy trials of criminal cases who deals transactions which may create black money.i.e.Transactions manipulated higher or lower than the market price.
5.Coins may be introduced upto Rs one /two hundred.
Further policy decisions should be reviewed with in time bound manner.
6.Political interference should be avoided.
- The most of the above points are already in existence. abut the problem is how to detect the violation and punish the peole.(a) If high value notes are restricted, then the small value notes will be unavailable. To-day it is difficult to get a bundle of Rs 10/- notes from the bank. Let those who are bank officers and RBI officers give an explanation to this problem. I am told small value currency is sold out side RBI premises at a premium for business men, who need it to transact honest business with people like me.(b) Coins of the value of Rs 10/- exist. Try making your your bank clerk accept it or issue some to you. The Trade unions of to-day are not bothered about the nation or other citizens. Further, the coins are of different sizes and weights, making it difficult for Seniors or those visually handicapped to make out whether it is re 1 or Rs 2/-. Don't those responsible for getting the coins minted have brains & feelings for others? This is the result of reservations without considering merit. And Education without ethics.(c) During the times of Jawarharlal Nehru there were strict rules that no party man should enter a Government Office or disturb the working of the officers and staff. Whereas during Madam Indira's rule, she lacking in moral courage, created a coterie around her - who survived by flattery - who lacked administrative experience or acumen bypassed all good rules. Therefore, today in every Govt office you have touts and brokers - who tell the staff right under your nose as to why he is working to answer or solve your problem.G N B