Letter to Editor of Newspaper on Corruption

Letter to Editor of Newspaper on Corruption

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Letter to Editor of Newspaper on Corruption to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses to the Growing Level of Corruption.

Letter to Editor of Newspaper on Corruption

Corruption is one of the most serious problems in our society. It is cancer that will gobble up all the socio-economic and political achievements. Write a letter to the Editor on the growing level of corruption in our society.

Ans:-

H.No. 211, Green Park
New Delhi
March 22, 2020
The Editor
The Times of India
New Delhi
Sir,
Subject Growing Level of Corruption
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities and common masses to the Growing Level of Corruption. Our society is facing a very grave problem of corruption that has threatened the basic foundations of society.
The major reasons for fast-creeping corruption are political instability, poverty, the unequal structure of society, unemployment, lack of accountability, weak political institutions and absence of rule of law. It undermines democracy, hinders good governance, and weakens democratic institutions. It hampers economic growth and sustainable developments.
In order to curb this menace, Institutions should be made strong for the proper working of the democratic system. A proper system of accountability and check and balance should be implemented. Justice delayed is justice denied. In time justice can minimize corruption. Salaries and wages should be increased. The education system must be revised and improved. Moreover, proper planning and strictly implemented policies with public support can put halt to this growing menace.
Yours sincerely
Ram

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You are a social worker. You are upset as some good schools are exploiting the parents at the time of admission by taking capitation fee in the name of donation or building fund. Write a letter to the Editor of a national daily highlighting this corrupt practice. Sign the letter as Rahul / Rakhi.    

62 Jai Parkash Narayan Nagar
Patna
March 18, 2020
The Editor
The Times of India
Delhi
Sir
Sub:- Highlighting Corrupt Practice
Through the editorial column of your esteemed newspaper, I wish to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities regarding Highlighting Corrupt Practice. Parents are a harried lot at the time of school admissions every year. In their desire to have their children educated in good schools, they get fleeced and exploited mercilessly. These so-called good schools are in fact palatial shops that sell education for the highest bidders. First of all, they price their admission forms at more than a hundred rupees each which costs them hardly more than a few paise.
Then the admission seekers are taxed with capitation fees in the name of donations and building funds. They are in thousands per head.
The regular monthly fees are also unimaginably high. The rich few can, no doubt, afford all this. But for the average salaried class, they are a terrible drain on their pay-packet. Thus the imparting of education to their young ones has become a tortuous problem for the poor parents. It is the duty of the government to come to the rescue of these exploited people. Forcing capitation fee in the name of donation and building fund is a corrupt practice which should immediately be stopped.
Yours truly
Rahul

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