Krishnankovil: With the chorus getting strident over rooting out corruption, former president APJ Abdul Kalam on Sunday threw his weight behind the anti-graft movement.
Kalam launched the 'What can I give for India movement' in Krishnankovil to fight the menace. He said eradication of corruption was vital for the development of a nation.
Though India has made significant progress in various fields, there are challenges, including corruption and moral turpitude, he said.
He said the fight for corruption free society and good environment could be a reality only if people changed their attitude and started thinking what they could give to their nation.