Monday, April 6, 2015

Re: [IAC#RG] A simple question

Under the British rule there was better governanance in terms of law &
order. But elsewhere the situation was abysmal, to say the least. So
the idea that 'we were better under British rule` is not acceptable.
True, many of our politicians are dishonest & myopic, but the Indian
political system is so firmly embedded in democratic principles and
values, it will survive the onslaught. Look at the conditions of our
neighbouring countries. Democracy has taken backseat. Our political
system is far better than theirs. So, let all of us move a single
brick towards betterment, let us do our job honestly & sincerely.
Things will improve. We have to improve.

On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 11:24 AM, Anil Jain <> wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> It was surprising that the regular writers did not comment on my simple
> question.
> Why address complex situation when hardly anyone cares to respond.
> I think India developed so well in British Regime rather than after freedom.
> Its better to be a slave of Britishers rather than our leaders and
> Bureaucrats.
> I feel myself in a worst slavery condition rather than my ancestars.
> I will not feel surprised if we are taken over by some powerful nation as
> our leaders and bureaucrats will handover our country for a little money and
> will fly to other country.
> On Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 12:34 PM, Anil Jain <> wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> As a citizen of India , I have a simple question to ask.
>> Why cant we have a drive to push the Government to fix up the
>> accountability with stringent action against defaulters of the Public
>> Servants including the Politicians and Bureaucrats.
>> If job executed is not of the standard and finishing, why aren't the
>> concerned authority is punished as it is prevalent in Private sector.
>> Why a Government Servant consider his job as a life time job without the
>> fear of Pink Slip due to his inefficiencies and lack of commitment towards
>> his/her job.
>> Regards
>> Anil jain
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