It’s not just Anna Hazare campaign that wants those ruling the corridors of power to mend their ways and stop corruption. Now even the Bombay High Court has joined those blaming the government for failing to stop or regulate corruption.
While hearing a case, the Bombay High Court has said, “If you (government) allow corruption to thrive, then how will the situation change? All public transactions should be across the counter, no dealings should be done in canteens.”
The court made the curt remarks while hearing a case against a government officer demanding bribe.
However, when the voice of millions of people is not reaching the ears of the government, will they take the advice of the government? The answer to this is not difficult for anyone’s guess.