4. Scandals are useful because they focus our attention on problems in ways that no speaker or reformer ever could.
Scandal – an action or event considered as ethically or legally wrong and causing general public outrage or indignation. Firstly, I agree the author statement, “when scandals are useful to the society and to the progress of the nation”, I disagree “”in some situations scandals are not useful at all; even after press news and media propaganda, protest by the whole nation the Government machineries behave callous indifferent attitude towards their own people instead of punishing scandalous politician, where the ultimate motivation of the Political institution or Government machinery is financial gain not for alleviating their nation’s poverty or fulfil the basic pressing needs of society”. Secondly, the role of any reformer or speaker would act as a catalyst, people may aware and united against scandal through their speech act. Instead of alleviating the basic pressing needs, government machineries falsely accuse them as a fraud.
First, consider the scandal can be useful for the society, in 2010 the Justice N. Santosh Hedge of Karnataka state, India resigned from the Lokayukta position for non-cooperation from the Government in punishing the wrongdoers within the administration. Astonishingly, because of the judge’s resignation, he garnered support from all corners of the region in pressurizing the Government to act against its own officials and the scam’s master mind “Reddy brothers.” This scandal, to a certain extent, was not able to punish the corrupt even years of emphatic speeches from eminent reformers. Scandals, in certain ways can surely be useful.
Second, consider the scientific misconduct, the ultimate purpose of scientific misconduct is due to scientist’s career pressure and ease of fabrication. Because of 1. career pressure- Scientists’ good reputation contingent on both to receive ongoing patronage and...