My friends experience with bribe and corruption

November 12, 2012 12:48am CST
Day before yesterday, i have a friend who had parked his bike on a foothpath. A cop immediately came to him ask for 200 hundred RS as a bribe amount. He remained adamant and refused to give the bribe instead asked for a receipt. This made the cop blow off and took him to the police station where he asked for 1000 RS and gave him a receipt for the same. Do you think this is right? Is 1000 Rs too much for such a thing? How much amount should it be ? How would you handle this situation?
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@riyauro (6428)
• India
12 Nov 12
Oh my. it is so so bad. the cop put his anger on the boy and charged him 1000 rupees. the police are become like Don and the bad people nowadays. they just after money. I went to FRO for my Visa and i saw there was police interviews going seems that the whole Goa wants to be a cop hahaha..there were so many people come for interview. i know for one reason police is making lot of money nowadays and that is one of the reasons..
• India
13 Nov 12
I know this is bad. But needs to change. Thanks for your comment. -Pratikm23
22 Nov 12
According to me this is correct. Friend, you have done a mistake by parking your bike in wrong place. For that you are paying the fine. The good thing here is you are paying the fine legally and it is not a bribe. I mean you are preventing the cop to involve in a corruption and you too getting aware about parking your bike in right place...
@sajeevking (5080)
• Mumbai, India
11 Apr 13
Hi pratik Well our cops are corrupted and we all know it here is the latest sting operation which shows how honest they are well nothing much to save " India Ram bharosay he "
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
16 Dec 12
Police is an organized criminal force and so they always misuse their power for personal gain. They are no longer friends of the society, rather, they are enemies of the society. But the boy must be congratulated for his bravery that he did not give in to that rouge and paid the penalty for his fault which was no doubt a minor fault.