Rules are a set of explicit regulations that help in the smooth functioning of a particular administrative section. Rules are always made for a good purpose and for the welfare of the people. But some people do not follow rules. From students to old Indian citizens, no one wishes to follow rules and they try to create shortcuts to do their work easily.
Students violate rules in school through many activities like running in the corridors, not listening to the teachers and so on; the list goes on and on. To get away from the fine and penalty arising because of breaking traffic rules in India, people try to bribe police officials by offering them cash. However, bribing an official is a crime itself and should not be committed. But, the biggest problem occurs when the rule violators try to bribe traffic officials and the officials, instead of stopping them and asking them not to violate rules, accept the bribe offered by the violators.
A common violation is driving while being drunk. Walking along a wrong trajectory is a huge problem in India, that is, people want to walk on their desired side of the road, but not on the side that they have been instructed to walk on and which is safe. In India, it is a trend to break a queue to get a service faster and it is even seen that the one who breaks the queue gets a faster service than those standing in a queue.
Even after many laws and plans started by the government of India, people do not tend to keep their own country clean and healthy ultimately. Even after initiating a programme like ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ by the honourable prime minister of India that aims to maintain cleanliness in the country, god knows if the people of India are that busy that they cannot even throw different waste in their respective dustbins. When they don’t throw the waste in separate dustbins, this leads to mixing of different kinds of waste materials and creates a lot of problems. Do grow up co-dwellers of this great nation or stop blaming the system with a high neck.