One of my relatives was an MRO in a Revenue Mandal of Andhra Pradesh. He used to perform his duties very carefully and never went for any corrupt practices. He never complained about transfers. He was shifted many times from place to place but never went to any person for help. He used to go wherever he got the posting and worked there sincerely. He was threatened by many local politicians and never yielded for them. He was always on move. By the time he retired, he was not having any money and he has to survive on his pension only. But he never regretted it. He kept his family in his native place and he alone used to shift to place wherever he was posted.
I know some people who were forced to accept bribes and disturbed as per the percentages in the office. The whole system is corrupt and it is very difficult for the people who never go for corrupt practices in society to have a peaceful life.
When people are not held accountable for their work, a corrupt system starts breeding in the society and makes sincere people criminalised. Everyone knows the current deadly pandemic. This is the time everyone should join hands and leave personal grudges and difference to help each other. You know patients are in desperate need of oxygen and those who are selling it are selling it at exorbitant rates, not within the capacity of a common man.
People have stooped to black marketing of oxygen cylinders without caring for the patients gasping for breath. There is no accountability to these people who have made it a death knell for covid patients. When it is mandatory to follow Covid SOP's, police have been seeing flaunting these guidelines in marriage and other party functions. Police are a law enforcing agencies but have been seeing breaking them and throwing then to dustbin!
From higher authorities to local administration on the ground, system is plagued with corruption that is why indian is facing crises at the moment.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease