Whenever somebody gets convicted of corruption in INDIA, they seem to get off with a light sentence. Criminals only in prison for a few months and get out soon. Why do they get such small punishments? What should the punishments be for corruption?
The punishments we impose for corruption play a central role in deterring future corruption. If potentially corrupt people know they will get off with a light sentence, they are more likely to take the chance of committing corruption than if they know they will be sent to jail for a long time.
Indian B.S.F 29bn j&k soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav says Government provides them everything but doesn’t reaches. Soldier are hungry and freezing with cold on Border.
Tej Bahadur Yadav published all truth videos about bad situation on the Border but Tej is underground in under his senior officers they threaten to punish him. being afraid Tej wife is worried about her husband. she told to India TV Channel she dont have anymore contact with Tej.