Some time ago I published a blog post entitled, "How to remove corruption from India – the ACTUAL solution". This post has consistently figured highly in google search rankings over the past year.
Primarily through this source (google search) it has received over 27,000 visits to date.
The data about this post (figure below) show an interesting story, though – that interest in removal of corruption is fading very fast.
It is possible that India is losing hope that corruption can ever be removed. Idealistic faith in IAC's methods has clearly dissipated.
I hope Indians have realised that their corrupt politicians aren't going anywhere. Any solution to corruption must be found in systematic reform through change of laws and governance systems. To make that happen, it is necessary for good people to enter parliament and take over the governance of India.
Long term solutions can't be found in sporadic mass movements.
I trust when the Indian youth has wasted enough effort in unsystematic movements, it will look for an organistion that can bring about real, long term change. That's what FTI is all about.
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(Note that the data in the figure above might have been impacted by my use of cloudflare for about two months earlier this year. Also, this data is based on Jetpack, which seems to diverge quite significantly from analysis by Webalizer,)
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