Children could eradicate corruption from home: Kalam

Abdul Kalam
Ranchi, May 1: Hinting his doubt over a Lokpal putting a lid on corruption completely, former president A P J Abdul Kalam today said Lokpal would only fill up jails while children and youth could begin eradicating corruption from home.

"What Lokpal will do is if it finds anyone guilty it would put them in jail, and jails will be filled up. What we want is nobody should go to jail ... as we want good human beings," Kalam said while interacting with children here.

Launching the Jharkhand Chapter of "What Can I Give Mission", the missile man advised the children to make their homes corruption-free by preventing indulgence in corruption by any member of the family.

Asking the children to take the oath that there would be no corruption in their families to eradicate corruption, Kalam told them to "tell no" of anyone indulged in bad things.

"If you do that, corruption will go away in no time," he said, adding "home of ethics" would prevent filling up of jails. Stating that the youths are the great resource and hope of the nation, Kalam asked them to work for bringing happiness to their homes and keeping the environment clean by regular plantations.

Apart from doing these noble deeds to prevent corruption, the former president inspired the children that their careers would get wings if they become aware that they were not born to crawl but have enormous potential, goodness, ideas, dreams, greatness and confidence to excel.


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