Thursday, April 26, 2012

Re: [HumJanenge] Is corruption "good" and to be encouraged

Sorry to say that even eminent writers and people of knowledge (?) write like this.

Gen VK is man with balls!!! He has taken the bull by its horn and has done tremendous good for the Army and the COUNTRY.

If you have not understood it now, well hope that you do it before its late!!!


From: aravind kumaran <>
Sent: Thursday, 26 April 2012 12:12 PM
Subject: Re: [HumJanenge] Is corruption "good" and to be encouraged

We are surprised that people have misunderstood the stand taken by the
true soldier Gen VK Singh. As far as the General is concerned, he has
reached the pinnacle of the Army career. Most of the people think
about life after Retirement and get good or plum appointments like
Governors, Ambassadors, or high level posts in PSUs and other Govt
Organisations. Gen VK Singh sacrificed these and took upon himself and
exposed the corruptions in the Govt. We sholud all stand up and salute
him. Let the corrupt get exposed. Let there be a few more like him,
Anna Hazare etc who can change the present autocratic political and
bureaucratic system. This should done fast.

On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 10:06 AM, Balbir Kataria
<> wrote:
> Certain amount of corruption !!!!! What is certain amount of corruption? It
> seems our country has got so used to corruption and people cannot live
> without it. I wish people would aspire, seek and insist on totally
> corruption free India.
> Talking about General VK Singh; he knows what exactly he is doing. He knows
> his responsibility very well. He is totally loyal to India, he is a true
> leader and totally capable. Nobody should miss read him  Only persons with
> ulterior motives articulate false hood and hope their message would be
> carried.
> Maj General Balbir K Kataria
> From: Sarbajit Roy <>
> To: humjanenge <>
> Sent: Thursday, 19 April 2012 5:54 AM
> Subject: [HumJanenge] Is corruption "good" and to be encouraged
> What folows is based on a story publ;ished in "The Week" magazine last month
> In a nutshell.
> 1) Gen. V.K.Singh has left the Indian Army in a shambles and unable to fight
> even a 2 day war with China.
> 2) He has done this for his personal goals (at the instigation of his family
> members)
> 3) He has draped himself in the cloak of a corruption fighter and thereby
> ensured that no important file for procurement of vital supplies desperately
> needed by the Army was processed. In fact even files already approved were
> reopened.
> 4) The net result is that the majority of SERVING officers are bitterly
> opposed to CoAS V.K.Singh whereas the veterans (IESM) seems to back him.
> In this background (and considering that enough information has emerged from
> both sides), can we discuss the larger question
> A) Is a certain amounty of corruption acceptable to ensure that "things get
> done" (ie. speed money). ??
> Sarbajit

With Regards,
Col PA Kumaran (Retd)

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