If leaders fail to lead the moral crusade for justice and human dignity, if they fail to enunciate the essentially humane part of politics, the deprived, will chosen to forget the humaneness of politics, but will use it for violence and even become a terrorists.
If politics does not become part of the solution, it will motivate hate.
The principal obstacle to the country's growth is the corruption among leaders in general and among the politicians. Bribery, and corruption in all its forms, is now a major cause of poverty, backwardness and terrorism.
People have to build a mass movement in which all can join so that corruption in politics, politicians and public life can end.
The blame for the corruption lies in the lack of transparency in the rules of governance, extremely cumbersome official procedures, excessive and unregulated discretionary power in the hands of politicians and bureaucrats and a lax judiciary.
Honest political leadership, an efficient tax collection mechanism, macro-economic policies would be a step in the right direction to eradicate corruption and terrorism. Qualified and clean political leadership is required to understand and implement such policies.
Economic injustice provides a fertile ground for terrorism. The authorities have to take a stern step against the corrupt leaders. Bad governance and poverty, political instability, political violence, underpaid civil servants and unresponsive state institutions are inevitable consequences of corruption and terrorism.
Thus, Anti-corruption efforts must be targeted for the long-term, and must be realistic and achievable. Anti-corruption campaign should focus on those responsible for the misuse of public funds.
Because corruption is deep rooted where crime and corruption is rampant and the perpetrators are mostly brutal in their act, so most people get fed-up about the situation.
The most fundamental thing is nation-building with all components of national society contributing to it in a selfless manner and, of course, with a view to promoting national harmony.
International funding agencies are not interested in investing in violent countries because there is financial instability, legal uncertainty or increasing terrorists crime. The leaders should know corruption prevents the efficient allocation of resources and is a disincentive to foreign investment. Eradicating corruption at all levels in the bureaucracy should become a priority.
Leaders who succumb to bribes become alienated by the general population, lose their standing in the international community, and ultimately lose their political legitimacy. In every culture, political and economic systems need justification. This involves acceptance by the general people, which will happen only if people see the systems as efficiently serving their needs.