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Is DMRC chief E Sreedharan responsible for the Metro bridge mishap?

Asked by anita, 12 Jul '09 10:45 pm
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Yes he is tetal responsisble becoz he is the leader of the team.He has taken moral responsibility and resigned too.
Answered by hitler, 13 Jul '09 08:31 am

 
  
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Yes he is...
he should have keep check on the safety measures followed at the construction sites and must have showed more vigilance after a similar accident 10months back.
Answered by chetan kothalkar, 12 Jul '09 11:55 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by Quest, 09 Jun '13 11:13 am

 
  
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He himself has taken moral responsibility.But truth will come out only after enquiry.
Answered by anantharaman, 13 Jul '09 04:07 pm

 
  
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There could be some politics in the matter. Mr. Shreedharan is genius with respect to honesty, integrity, hard working and dedication to his duties and responsibilities as the Head of DMRC. His continuance as the Head might not be in the interest of the ones who are all out to pull the carpet from under his feet. Govt. should stand by him.
Answered by Siachen, 13 Jul '09 12:47 pm

 
  
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This is all politics to bring down Hon'ble Shri. E. Sreedharan. Construction lobby is responsible. Government should not accept his resignation. In turn he should be entrusted with most important and sensitive construction duties.
Answered by VIJAY DHANWADE, 13 Jul '09 12:20 pm

 
  
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To some extent, yes. if the pillar was defective it means regular supervisory and technical checks are not being made by his juniors. and as a boss he can be called repsonsible for this
Answered by rajan, 13 Jul '09 06:38 am

 
  
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