Here's a summary of the approach that splits the anti-corruption strategy into three key components.
This shows that a Lokpal bill can only address (at best) only a small part of the corruption problem. The greatest benefits come from (1), but that is the hardest for people to understand, so they focus on (2), i.e. punishing the corrupt. BFN deals with all three aspects, primarily (1), which is the most difficult to understand.
This diagram shows that if IAC can step back from its narrow focus and start thinking about the bigger picture, India can make rapid progress on this front.
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