The Centre needs to get to the bottom of those issues which make independent agencies hesitant in reviewing and evaluating anti-corruption measures of the government. It is not only a cause of worry for the government but anti-corruption crusaders promising to root out corruption should also be concerned over the issue. The way in which the Centre approved the anti-corruption treaty of the UNO and tried implementing it shows that the government has realized that strong measures need to be taken against corruption. The government has therefore extended the time limit for accepting the suggestions of independent agencies made regarding anti-corruption laws. It has to make sure that independent agencies take interest in reviewing the anti-corruption laws suggested by the government. If need be the government should take help from law colleges, institutions and other organizations. Without these steps, the government will neither be able to follow the UNO treaty nor put a cap on corruption.        

No matter what claims the government makes regarding anti-corruption laws but the fact is that most of the laws are ineffective. The government has time and again spoken of putting a check on corruption and punish the guilty but little seems to happen in reality. The bigger the scam, slower the process of investigation. The mighty seems to take advantage of the loop holes in the judicial system and roam freely. Such instances have become very common in the recent past. Corruption can be checked only if we plug the loopholes in the judicial system. It signals out a wrong message among the people. The government should make possible efforts to instill faith in the people that it is serious in weeding out corruption.