Bangalore most corrupted city, BMTC and Traffic Police the flags

India the fast and furiously growing country has many hurdles to jump over and move on. Corruption is the highest hurdle in the way of the same. As per surveys the most hated thing by Indian youngsters is corruption. Politicians think that they are the most master mind in the country by taking government budget to their home. Frustrated, demotivated and angry young generation keep watching what to do. Then somebody will say that vote and mark to your response, to whom we have to vote all the politicians are one or the other way is same.

Bangalore the developing metro of south India with a lot of future is still unbelievably corrupted. Go to BMTC and ask for next stop ticket they will take 4 rupees and without any response on the face they will go to next customer. When these guys are doing this without any hesitation the young Indian is keep insulted and frustrated inside. Go to a traffic police without helmet he will take 50 rupees and he will allow you to go this is the worst way that a Bangalore police does.

Where is this politicians are gone as there is wide corruption publically and at bottom level, why they are not acting on it. All department as BMTC ticket checker, anti corruption bureau, etc. are they sleeping or keeping their share safe.

Corruption is sort of addiction to many people in the country whatever increase of salary to them is doesn’t matters they will keep taking bribes. When our system is not able to make it stop we have to say get lost and get us a chance we will show a better India, better Bangalore.

The situation never changed because whoever has to take action are big mistakes than these small thieves. The attitude of such corrupted people is like they are not ready to correct self nor to be corrected by others. Young India expects son of god to come and change them to be better and drive society towards prosperity. When he will come, who knows?! Now the words of Mother Theresa comes into picture which says “Don’t wait for a leader to come do alone person to person”.