India a religious country, but too much corruption: Dalai Lama
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"This country (India) is considered a religious country, but a lot of corruption is taking place. There are many corrupt people, and I think, the corrupt people are also highly educated," the Tibetan spiritual leader said while addressing the sixth convocation ceremony of the Martin Christian Luther University here.
"They (some educated people) pray to God but the purpose of their prayer is to make their corrupt life more successful," he added amidst thunderous applause from the audience at the Soso Tham auditorium.
He seems unafraid to take a controversial stand.