‘Steal a little, but don’t loot’ Indian minister

August 13th, 2012 - 9:45 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

Delhi, Aug 13(THAINDIAN NEWS) Corruption scandals have now gotten into the core of the Indian nation. This has caused one of the ministers in India in deep problems of explaining the scandal that he was caught in. The minister told Bureaucrats that as long as they work hard they can continue to steal. The organization has been involved in many corruption scandals.

Shivpal Singh Yadav who is the alleged minister commented this in meeting with the local officials. This was caught on a camera. He then added up by telling them that they should not become bandits. This meeting was held on Thursday and a local TV camera caught all the details and the video was played on newscasts, which brought it to the nation attention.

The public works minister was so ashamed and he had to give explanations to this. He called a press meeting and explained to the media houses that he was misquoted and that the media should not take this out of context. He added up by saying that what he was doing is trying to find a way of getting rid of the corruption that was going on in the country. He supported his allegations saying that the media should bring out the general view of the meeting that they managed to capture so as to prove on what he was talking about during the meeting.

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