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Title: India's Janus faced approach in tackling corruption
Authors: Sudarshan, Ramaswamy
Khan, F
Keywords: Corruption in India
Corrupt public servants
Lokayukta Act
Eradication of corruption
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2017
Citation: Administratia Publica 2017, Vol. 24, Issue 4: 236-253
Abstract: India's approach in handling the old-aged problem of corruption has been Janus-faced.On the one hand, being responsive to public clamor for eradication of corruption of all kinds, grand or pretty,India's Parliament has been steadily engaged in Legislation commencing with the extension with the powers granted to the war- time Special Staff in 1942 until the enactment of Lokpal and Lokayukta Act. On the other hand,lawmakers, public servants, and law enforcing agencies, who can count among their lot the vast majority of perpetrators of corruption,has been seeking loop-holes in the law and avenues to avoid punishment.
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