Yes, the title which you are reading is correct “CORRUPTION SHOULD BE LEGAL”. I suggest you to look on the other side of the coin. For many people, corruption is just a medium of work in an illegal fashion but, not for me, as there is nothing wrong in it. If a person has a dream to become more successful than others, then he or she will indulge in corrupt practices as “success can’t be achieved easily”.
Taking an example of one of the largest scams in India; the 2G scam by the great A.RAJA, turns out to be the most beneficial thing that could have ever happened in the TELECOM INDUSTRY. Looking at him a very famous quote strikes my mind, “An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity, while a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity.” If this scam had not taken place then very few companies could have afforded a telecom license, which would have resulted into an autocratic market with a very high call tariff.
It is said that India has $500 billion of black money in Swiss banks. What’s wrong in it? My friends, think logically, who the hell would pay 33% of their income to the government. These Business tycoons have worked day and night earning so much money, risking a lot such as their life and family. So why should they pay 33% of their income to government?
Hence I justify in saying if corruption is made legal, there is a chance it might be helpful for the growth of the nation and India might become a super power one day.