Dark Streets: Research Report on Corruption in India Released

Starved cows eating household hazardous waste near a housing colony of New Delhi in India. Scenes like these are common in the national capital. India has become a stinking hell because of massive bureaucratic and political corruption. Photo: Rakesh Raman / RMN News Service
Starved cows eating household hazardous waste near a housing colony of New Delhi in India. Scenes like this are common in the national capital. India has become a stinking hell because of massive bureaucratic and political corruption. Photo: Rakesh Raman / RMN News Service

RMN Foundation – which is a humanitarian organization in India – has today released a new research report that reveals various aspects of corruption in India.

Today, according to the report, no government in India is willing to stop corruption because it has become the lifeblood of Indian bureaucrats and politicians. All major global anti-corruption organizations observe that corruption has been increasing at an alarming pace while the government has no plans and procedures to stop corruption in the country.

Even the Supreme Court of India has expressed its serious concerns about the mounting corruption and has asked the present government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to appoint Lokpal, the top anti-corruption ombudsman in India.

This report – under the title Dark Streets – gives a macro overview of corruption in India and focuses on the increasing corruption worth billions of dollars in housing complexes of Delhi where millions of people live.


[ Click here to download the report on corruption in India ]


The author of this research report – Rakesh Raman – is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He has been covering local and international corruption issues for years.

Now he runs an exclusive community-driven free online social service under the banner “Clean House” to help the suffering residents of Delhi raise their voice against the growing corruption in group housing societies where millions of people live.

He has interacted with hundreds of residents and various government and law-enforcement officials in order to understand and report about corruption and other illegal activities in Delhi’s cooperative group housing societies.


[ Click here to download the report on corruption in India ]


He has planned to launch an exclusive “New Research Project on Corruption in India” for which he is inviting individuals, organizations, students, educational institutions, volunteers, and other professionals to collaborate in the project.

The new project will begin in August 2018 and it will take almost 3 months to complete it.

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