Dog and idle! (May 27) Read this article. Someone had to write about the so-called ‘activism’ of that steel frame, which brought to light the resilience of the bureaucracy. Because examples of such babugiri like ‘Ek Dhondhenge to Hazar Milenge’ are found all over the country. With a few exceptions, pride is his birthright. In this single case, it is unfortunate that in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh these dog loving couples were killed one by one. Even those districts should have good administrators from time to time. Otherwise there will be similar ‘punishment appointments’ for most managers. So Jujabi pretends to work and waits until he comes out. Even in Maharashtra, appointments in places like Gadchiroli district are considered ‘punishment’. Many such ‘punishment’ districts are scattered across the country.
The funny thing is that even with these remote ‘punishment appointments’, the determined authorities are further annoying the people there. Because there is almost no one to answer them. He does not look back and forth as he was mistaken for treason on social media and other media.
One wonders how such corrupt, inactive officers can be selected through scrutiny by administrative or police officials. Similarly, what if such abuses of power do not come to the attention of the co-rulers? You are afraid that you will fall into that trap or they may be involved. An IPS officer was also among those recently ordered by the Supreme Court-appointed inquiry committee to open fire and register a case. Maybe it’s because they work so poorly. He expressed concern that the entire system would collapse if not addressed in a timely manner.
– Prabhakar Nanavati, Passion, Pune
The British left, but their attitude remained the same.
‘Dog and idle!’ This article (May 27) was read. The British established the Honorary Service of the Indian Civil Service (ICS) with the aim of appointing their own persons to the highest level of governance to govern Indians who were foreigners in their view. The sense of aristocracy, intellectual superiority and sovereignty created a sense of dominance among these high-level managers and hence created uniqueness. Lokmanya made the following observations about the Tilak administration. These observations are thought-provoking.
He thinks that what is good for our intellect should be good for others. What do people want to hear? I learned a lot. I get paid so much. I have a lot of duty. Whatever I do, I do it for the welfare of the people. You bring a 21 year old young man from abroad. What does he get and where does he have experience? Suddenly he arrives, where the same thing happens to him as an assistant collector, a 60-year-old case officer. Many times he puts a 60 year old case in front of us. Do not even give a chair to sit on. And how does this person get the experience? How to become a character? And has anyone thought about how to drive this car? (Retrieved from Navbharat Magazine, January 2006 to April 2006.)
Although the new IAS system in independent India, which is steeped in British heritage, is not British, the attitude of contempt for British supremacy and others persists to this day. The ego of being such an attractive, intelligent, knowledgeable person came from these Chartered Officers. (Respect for Exceptions) They consistently maintain our so-called distinction from the lower echelons of the administration. That is why it is natural for such dogfights to liberate the stadium from the common people and the underprivileged. Isn’t that their right?
– H. Come on. Sarang, Latur
Value education lessons should be told to prospective executives
It has been repeatedly observed that this option is not effective in checking the honesty of students who have passed the UPSC. This is probably the reason why there is so much difference between a candidate preparing for a competitive exam and an officer after passing. In many private institutions, psychology, along with other subjects, is a compulsory subject, which shows the integrity and honesty of the candidate. In UPSC, MPSC exams, this subject should be included in the written test and value education lessons should be given within a specified period after selection. In the future, no officer should be allowed to walk like a dog on the field. Otherwise it would not have taken long for democracy to be ruled by a bureaucracy.
– Shubham Sanjay Deshmukh, Buldana
Do officers need to act ethically?
Read the editorial (May 27) on ‘Dogs and Inactivity’. While men’s dowry rates are rising after joining government jobs, these officers are struggling to get benefits after retirement while on the job, while ordinary employees are better off than they are. When he retires, he goes back to his hometown and enjoys retirement. Reports of administrative officers beating his wife and inhumane treatment of domestic workers for dowry are often published. Reading this raises the question of whether the authorities have any morals.
– Rajaram Chavan, Kalyan
The journey of youth from loneliness to cruelty
This is not the first time an 18-year-old boy has been shot dead in an elementary school in Texas. The only difference between small and adults is the number of children shot during this time. There will be mourning ceremonies, consolation speeches, aid to the dead, and criticism of the police. Psychoanalysts try to find the root cause of such an unruly mentality. But do they analyze the social system, the family system?
What happens to us occasionally in America is that while we have young men with scythes and swords in our hands, the only difference is that young people in America have pistols in their hands and take many lives at once.
Depression may be the main reason behind this inhuman behavior of youth. This problem is exacerbated by increased loneliness. There is tremendous competition in education and economics. It encourages young people to succeed and boosts their self-confidence, but it also increases the likelihood that frustrated young people will become depressed. The joint family system is now extinct. Lack of intimacy, commitment, love, affection and guidance from adults is key to success in youth. Social media depicting pornography and cruelty is constantly in the hands of young people. So family climate study should be given priority to prevent such crimes.
– Sharad Bapat, Pune
Even Hindus do not like this hate politics.
Religious tensions have been rising in the country over the past few years. Some political parties, especially the ‘parivar’, are doing anti-Muslim politics. India is only a country of Hindus, if others, especially Muslims want to live here, they have to live as dependents, otherwise they have to walk in the country. The climate is warming, with evidence from history. He said there was a need to maintain unity and interfaith harmony in the country today. There are many serious challenges that people face, it is necessary to work together for it, but unfortunately it is not so. The feeling of hatred is growing. How long will the excavations be held in the temple-mosque dispute? Political parties are achieving their immediate goals by abusing caste, religion and creed for ballot paper. While the ‘prime ministers’ of the country remain silent on critical issues, other leaders of their party and family organizations are engrossed in investing in these undesirable issues. Now there are no expectations from the opposition. What direction is this climate going to take the country? Is there any guarantee that the common man will get utopia if a ‘Hindu state’ is formed? Even the majority of Hindus in the country do not like what is happening today.
– Anant Borse, Shahapur, Thane