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We are known about the word of Corruption. Obviously this corruption has become an enduring pattern of our public life. 

Suppose, you are in a corrupted country and you’ve set up a commission named “Anti-Corruption Commission”. Can you imagine there to switch on the wonderful duty of scheming corruption? How can you expect that a commission will be able to handle the tremendous task of controlling corruption? Please, think about it. I know the result and it’s ‘Zero’. It is difficult for us to believe that the commission can take strong decision unpleasant to the corrupt people. I’m really sorry to say such an unexpected topic to discuss here. In spite of having unwillingness, I am to write just for ours. The disgraceful matter is that at present this corruption is out of control in basic services, like- education, administration, healthcare, judiciary, police, taxation and power. It also affects the government, business community, political system, NGOs and financial sectors. If you see more or less in the world, you can see this corruption is practically posing a threat to our democratic process. It is hampering the operation of market forces, creating blockages in administrative system, preventing justice and fairness, discouraging the spirit of public services and hampering sustainable development.
We learnt- when political leaders and officials engage themselves in bribery and graft, they are accountable to an impartial judiciary called Anti-Corruption Commission. With this end in view we are to formulate independent Anti-Corruption Commission. If we are corrupted country how can we expect that a commission will be able to handle the tremendous task of controlling corruption? It is difficult for us to believe that the commission can take strong decision unpleasant to the corrupt people. 
However, as a final point, we expect that the commission will work independently to keep fit its responsibility to the democratic parliament as well as the constitution.

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