Advanced and developing states are in the net of corruption. It is a cancer, which has polluted the atmosphere and demolished the real structure of all departments in the world. A corruption free country has become need of hour.

However, recently action against corruption was taken by (COAS) General Raheel Sharif. Six Army officers, including two generals, have been dismissed from authorities by chief on allegation of corruption. Such impressive steps prove that still somebody is here, who wants to see Pakistan free from deep rooted corruption.

Many developed countries are bearing the ills of corruption but mostly control the pesky corruption by strengthening the public sectors, political, and administrative structures. Yet, our conviction rate is too low as compare to other countries. We must follow other developed countries’ policies to improve conviction rate.

The government has to start check and balance of public departments and must revamp the anti-corruption laws and system. Corrupt people should be punished, so that they can examine the guilty. If mentioned policies are applied, then the endless corruption can be controlled properly.

WAJAHAT ABRO,

Sindh, May 1.