Corruption is like a disease, a disease which can be treated through different therapies and we can see substantial effects of the treatment. If any pharmaceutical company researches on new medicine and there are people of only specific caste or religion then people will have any objection in administering that medicine? When we are prescribed any medicine, we do not know which people developed the formula because we want to save our lives.
Corruption is such lethal atmosphere in which all of us are leading our forceful lives. Corruption has no caste, no religion and no sect. When I first heard about Jan Lokpal bill I thought that our atmosphere is being cleaned irrespective of what the caste and religion of the people is who is behind the drafting Jan Lokpal bill, but I was surprised to see that some people have been trying to communalize the bill.
If a person feels that something is wrong is society and he or she starts a fight against it then anybody can do so. Some people do not have the potential of doing anything good for society and when they see other people doing so they starts undermining their efforts and dishearten by passing comments or recommending unnecessary things.
Anna Hazare started a war against corruption then other people can choose other issues like inflation, education, poverty, and degrading social status of their own community. Different issues maybe specific to different community, but corruption is not limited to only one community or religion.