Speech on Corruption Free India in Englih
Speech – 1
Ladies and Gentlemen! Greetings to all of you from my side.
Before we begin my speech on ‘Corruption Free India’, please allow me to welcome you all to the seminar hall. I would like to congratulate everyone for the successful completion of our previous conferences where we not only got involved in serious discussions but our NGO committee also decided on some measures and really work towards the betterment of our society. Well tried This is the 21st event to discuss another important issue, which is wreaking havoc in our society and country at large.
For today’s hosting, I take the responsibility of giving a speech on Rajiv Khanna, ‘Corruption Free India’ so that today’s discussion can be started after this. Honestly speaking I have no shame in admitting that when we talk about our country and the kind of serious issues it is grappling with then one cannot forget to mention corruption which is clearly a lot here. can be seen on a large scale. Our lives as citizens of our country certainly cannot remain untouched by this issue.
I am sure you all will agree with the fact that wherever we go, especially any public sector, whether it is an educational institution or an administrative department, they all always follow corruption. No question or problem of ours can be solved without heating the pocket of any public official. If seen, the pretense or double standards of our government officials have been exposed time and again by various journalists.
Also if you approach any educational institution, especially private institutions for teaching admission, it will not be possible unless you pay a bribe in the form of a hefty amount to the head of the department. It is so unfortunate that it is only the middle class or the poor class who face this trauma and instead of climbing up the ladder of society, they become a victim of social ills and this problem does not even touch the rich class. This is the main reason why it becomes impossible to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor and the rich keep getting richer and the poorer and poorer. It is becoming very difficult to uproot the social evils from our motherland in spite of many initiatives taken by the government and non-government organizations. This is the sad reality of our country.
However by saying this we cannot give up on our dream of corruption-free India and hence we must work relentlessly to make our country a better place to live in. The responsibility of ridding India of all social evils rests on the shoulders of the youth who are the builders of our nation. If our youth are taught about good values and all round development of their personalities is encouraged then surely we can achieve many heights in the development of our nation. Secondly, it is very important to improve the condition of the marginalized sections of our society and give them equal opportunities for education as well as job opportunities, so that it will not only prove helpful in eradicating poverty from our country but it will also help in the all round development of the country. will help speed up.
Now I request all the members to share their views and suggest some concrete measures which can be taken to tackle corruption.
Honorable Principal, Vice President, Committee Members, Respected Teachers, and my dear friends!
I welcome everyone to our school auditorium and would like to especially thank our respected Principal, Vice President, and all our teachers for making this event possible and presenting on this occasion.
Dear students, I, Monika Saha – Head Girl of the school, have given this opportunity to organize a discussion on the eve of Independence Day where we discuss the most pressing problem of our country, i.e. corruption and how it can be fought so as to lead a corruption-free India. A strong foundation can be laid for this, but we will talk.
I am not here to paint a dark, gloomy picture of our motherland but we cannot turn a blind eye to the social evils of our society in which corruption has become an unavoidable part. It is true that we live on a multi-cultural land where people of different religions live together and participate happily in each other’s celebrations and celebrations. We are culturally and historically rich as a country where the world’s great artifacts and monuments amaze people around the world. But certainly, we could not succeed in improving the sad political situation and economic conditions of our country as a result of which corruption has adversely affected our economy and credibility of our local, state and central government organizations. Obviously, corruption has not only stopped the economy of our country from achieving new heights but its prevalence has also stopped India’s development policies and measures.
Have we ever felt that how and in what way corruption has created confusion in our lives due to which we become either victims or accomplices of corrupt activities? The major causes of corruption in India include the distribution of goods and services of various public departments with unfair rules, transparent procedures and laws, complex tax and licensing systems, opaque discretionary and bureaucratic powers as well as distribution of government-controlled agencies. There is no limit in the level of corruption and the government is trying to stop the seriousness of corruption across the country.
In fact, in our day-to-day life, we see many aspects of corruption. For example, if we try to get admission in a good school or a famous institute, it cannot happen unless we bribe the administrative officials or working staff. Otherwise, if we are eligible to work as a public officer then we can not get admission even after appearing in the merit list until we give the officials their desired amount.
However many anti-corruption acts have been passed by the government to address this situation such as the Right to Information Act, Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002, Prosecution Section of Income Tax Act 1961, Indian Penal Code 1860 etc. It is up to the government officials and the people of our country how they act on these preventive measures and immediately report any illegal activities to the concerned authority or the police which is happening in front of us.
There is no other facet to the fact that if we as a country work together to root out corruption or even reduce it to the level of prosperous economies like the UK and Singapore, the day is not far when We will grow India’s GDP growth rate at a faster rate like never before.
speech on corruption free India – 3
Respected Principal, Vice-Principal, Dear Colleagues, and my dear students, Greetings from all of you!
Today in this meeting hall I, your social science teacher, have been asked to deliver a speech on corruption-free India for all of you students so that every child can take the responsibility of ending corruption so that our society becomes a better place to live in. Can you
Corruption is undeniably one of the most dangerous evils that is deeply ingrained in our society. Ever since India became independent, it has further weakened our country on economic grounds. Unfortunately, corruption has tightened its grip at every level of the Indian administration and is hollowing out our economy. Be it the public sector or the private sector, Indian people try to abuse their position or power so that they can fulfill their desired desires and earn maximum profits. However, they don’t know how much serious damage they are causing to our country and its development because such people are increasing in numbers day by day and eating our nation’s wealth like a worm.
Making a corruption-free India is certainly not easy but it is not impossible either. First of all, it is important to identify the loopholes and deficiencies in our administration and to investigate the reasons behind those shortcomings and try to fill those gaps by implementing strict investigations and measures at every level. If preventive measures are not taken in time, the machinery of our country and states will one day be completely destroyed.
Corruption not only affects the capability of the nation but also increases the level of poverty and also degrades the quality of labor resources. To achieve our dream of corruption-free India our country has to make its policies on an ethical basis where there should be zero tolerance level for corruption and bribe giving or taking should be completely stopped. Our corrupt activities start from the time of bribing the officials there while sending our children to school and gradually this problem spreads on a large scale. Ask yourself how many times you have bribed any government official to get your work done and you will know for yourself how this situation is progressing. The situation has become so dangerous that man cannot live comfortably in our society.
Due to such a serious situation, I want to explain to everyone present here that does not sit comfortably. Every individual is contributing towards building a corruption-free India and laying the foundation for a better tomorrow for our next generation. If everyone stays united, pledges not to give bribes, and takes some good measures to eliminate corruption from our society then I think India has strong potential to get rid of corruption.
Fortunately, we are living in the 21st century where we have the necessary knowledge and proven tools to deal with the present scenario. In addition, we are constantly being supported by both technology and media to spread awareness and spread messages to a population of millions. So use your power and work towards dealing with it because if you are not affected today then you will definitely be affected in the coming days.
Speech on corruption in India in Simple English – 4
Hello! I warmly welcome all the members of our society to our weekly gathering!
As we are witnessing strange news these days I thought it appropriate to host a small program as the secretary of my society so that I can give a speech on corruption-free India which I am sure is the dream of almost every Indian honest citizen.
India is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating places on this earth whose natural and cultural wealth is a great center of attraction for many people. However, the greatness and goodwill of our country has been spoiled by the corrupt activities which are spreading very fast in society. In almost every work department we get to see corrupt activities which adversely affect the lives of the people because through these activities the people working in the department take advantage of them at any time by being insensitive to the plight of other people.
Money has ruled men and now it has come to a level where if a common man needs any kind of help from the ruling party, he/she will have to resort to corrupt methods for his/her work.
Though a lot has been said about ethical values and principles but behind closed doors, it is the only money that decides everything. If one wants to get some work done, he should go through the back door and learn to put bribe money in the pockets of public officials. There is no dearth of politicians and bureaucrats who get easily influenced by money and spoil their entire department. Due to these reasons, the working capacity in such places is affected so much that it destabilizes the economy of the country, as a result of which there is a huge decline in our GDP.
Corruption starts from the top level and goes down to the bottom. There is a whole range of corrupt people from senior officers to junior-level executive officers and even clerks and it becomes difficult for the common man to cross them and raise his voice to take immediate action. To further add to our dismay, the situation has escalated to such an extent where there are no serious laws to check people who morally disturb society. The common man is being used continuously by such people because they do not have enough means to fight corruption and hence the existence of the common man is very pathetic.
Having said all this, I still feel that all this can be stopped only until every Indian citizen takes an oath from his conscience to make a corruption-free India where moral principles and moral values come at a cost for which India had maintained its own identity for many years.
Nothing is impossible if we believe in ourselves and work with all our might towards realizing the goal – be it our personal aim or to make India a peaceful paradise to live in.
Now please allow me to finish my speech and I request my other colleagues to come on stage and say a few words in this context.