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Corruption penetrating babudom, media: Expert

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  21 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, March 20: People have sold their hearts to procure minds that intensified the process of corruption which has to be reversed to tackle the mece, said NEHU Commerce department Prof N M Panda here on Thuesday.

He was delivering the key his keynote address at a tiol semir themed ‘Trend & danger of corruption in India with a special reference to Aruchal Pradesh’, organized by Political Science and Economics departments of Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) in collaboration with Indian Council of Social Science Research, Shillong and All Nyishi Students’ Union, in the varsity campus near here. Corruption has penetrated babudom, the media and Communists too, he said, adding that change is inevitable with time being the best inventor whose ignorance would lead to more miseries and devastation. Unequal society is its root of corruption, said former Aruchal University Prof Atul Sarma and expressed confidence that the endemic problem could be tackled by adopting transparency, making information accessible and the system accountability. Corruption whether persol or public cannot be justified, said state’s Principal Home Secretary Dharmendra Sharma and hoped that the RTI Act and the Lokayukta are constitutiol tools still expanding to tackle the complicated mece. RGU vice chancellor Prof Tamo Mibang described corruption as the popular global currency today.

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