India is not the only country who suffer from such kind of corruption in sports. Countries such as South Africa, Sri Lanka, Portugal etc have a law in place to check corruption in sports. This could act as a deterrent to those corrupt officials, who are always on the lookout for that extra bucks under the table.
Godara feels an anti-corruption law could be a right step forward for India as well, if followed. She said, ''It could be a good step. If a law is set, those who are ruling and governing should make sure that the law is implemented.'' But she sadly stated, there is no rule of law in India.
Though, the AAP may not have overlooked corruption in sports, but people from several sports quarters expect Kejriwal to look into this matter in due course of time. However, Godara praised AAP and primarily Kejriwal and said, ''I praise Kejriwal for changing the dynamics of politics in India.''
But, it is time that Delhi CM uses his broom to clean up Indian sports as well, before it is too late.
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