After Second World War the old system with all its values was left in a shambles.
The crippling effects of the war, the recession and depression, and uncertainties in a faithless world of maimed and moribund encouraged cynicism in a section of the population.
It is as widespread in the villages where the dishonest officials and the traders carry the germs of the disease.
The tyranny of confusion and price rules the land and the people are helpless victims of corruption everywhere.
Strengthening citizens demand for anti-corruption and empowering them to hold government accountable is a sustainable approach that helps to build mutual trust between citizens and government.
For example, community monitoring initiatives have in some cases contributed to the detection of corruption, reduced leakages of funds, and improved the quantity and quality of publican interactive map that the public populated with pictures and reports of potential irregularities in the election.
It has always been there like tie leech, but when the system grows weaker and the boat flounders, it gets bolder and drains its victims of the last drops of their blood.
The older the system the weaker it grows and fails to solve the riddles of life that grows more complex every day. At this point corruption takes over and plunges the entire society.
His disregard for honesty, righteousness and truth results in his alienation from society. But as erosion of values leads to decadence, remedies for the social malaise remain elusive, and so no amount of contempt can eradicate corruption which is a symptom of decadence.
Corruption is the most virulent when crises everywhere threaten the very existence of the society and the faith in life is shaken.