Monday, November 07, 2005

This really ought to deter Corruption


Natwar Singh has been stripped of the external affairs ministry and made a minister without a portfolio in the United Progressive Alliance government headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The decision followed Natwar Singh's hour-and-a-half-long meeting with Dr Singh. Finance Minister P Chidamabaram was also present at the meeting.

Wow, this one decision will act as a deterrent to corrupt officials all over India. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the real head of Government UPA Chair Sonia Gandhi have sent a clear message to prospective wrong-doers: If you commit a crime, we will do our best to ignore it. If provided with firm evidence that you committed the crime, we'll wait for a week or two to make sure there's no way to get out of punishing you. And if that strategy doesn't work, we'll put you in a job that has the same pay scale, the same status, and no responsibilty.

Yeah, good job. Now no one will even think of taking kickbacks.


Blogger Patrix said...

Do you really think so?

10:34 PM  
Blogger Kunal said...

You're kidding, right?

11:36 PM  
Blogger shreevardhini said...

lol!but whether as a last resort or not,atleast natwar singh got kicked out:good riddance to bad rubbish.ok here's a very 'girl' statement but i think that tho natwar singh's son defn looks like a crook but that other guy(sahgal right?) looks too cute to be one.. was telling my grandpa that he is a misunderstood innocent u can see the helplessness in his eyes and to put it mildly,my grandpa blew his top...ah well,better stick to the facts of the case and not get carried away by gut feeling ;-)

1:51 AM  
Blogger doubtinggaurav said...

Not so quick buddy

He will be back

But seriously everyone has forgotten that Congress was also named in the reports

12:03 PM  

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