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7) What do you mean by ‘white collar crimes’? If poor and illiterate are more vulnerable to be corrupt, why do the rich and educated people become corrupt? Suggest measures to stop corruption by the rich and educated people? (250 words)

Topic: challenges of corruption.

7) What do you mean by ‘white collar crimes’? If poor and illiterate are more vulnerable to be corrupt, why do the rich and educated people become corrupt? Suggest measures to stop corruption by the rich and educated people? (250 words)

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Why this question:

The question is based on the theme of corruption and in what way it is beyond the lines of poor or rich.

Key demand of the question:

Explain in detail with examples how corruption need not always be driven by poverty or un-educatedness rather it is often the manifestation of lack of right values and morals in individuals.

Structure of the answer:

Introduction: 

In short explain the prevalence of corruption among rich and poor.

Body:

Discuss with suitable examples how corruption is rampant even among the rich and educated. The question can be best explained with examples where it is evident that the rich and literate have indulged in corruption by compromising on values and morals. 

Conclusion:

Conclude with what needs to be done.