Corruption, the breeder and root of several problems is a burning issue today as it is gnawing at the legal and moral fiber of the nations and societies world over, thereby threatening the very existence of the democratic institutions and impeding development which perhaps is the biggest casualty of corruption. This book is a thorough and exhaustive section-wise commentary that very lucidly explains the provisions contained in the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 with the help of numerous case law discussions of the Supreme Court and various High Courts. It very deftly maps out the anatomy of fraud and corruption through most recent case studies which have been placed at appropriate places. Articulate, incisive and practical in its approach this fine work will appeal to a broad readership.
India’s Constitution –Origins and Evolution (Constituent Assembly Debates, Lok Sabha Debates on Constitutional Amendments and Supreme Court Judgments); Vol. 7: Articles 216 to 226
Author : S Pal