INDIA'S ANTI-CORRUPTION LAW: PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES
Keywords:Law, Corruption, India, Fraud, Bribary
Corruption puts the poor in a position of double jeopardy because they are the ones who are most affected by economic decline, are the ones who are most reliant on the provision of public services, and are the ones who are least able to pay the additional costs associated with bribery, fraud, and the misappropriation of economic privileges. This article includes an analysis of the current state of corruption in the country, the many forms of bribery that have been encountered, and the attempts that have been taken by the government to implement a compliance programme. It also shows the economic impact of corruption, corruption by industry, and how a lack of enforcement of existing laws has resulted in the proliferation of corrupt practises. What is particularly intriguing to learn about in the research is the various methods through which manipulations are carried out for short-term gain. This article will be dealing with the various issues of the amended Act.
I. (1991) 3 SCC 655.
II. (2014) 8 SCC 682
III. (2015) 10 SCC 152.
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