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India can certainly pass laws against corruption if it wants to. Enforcing those laws would be much harder, but that too can be done if there is sufficient political will. We can safely predict that there will always be some corruption, just as there will always be some murders, even though murder is illegal and society tries very hard to discourage people from committing murder. But with sufficient effort at law enforcement, corruption can be tremendously reduced. In India, corruption is a normal and expected part of doing business with the government. It would be possible to make corruption rare, rather than normal, although that would take an enormous effort.

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