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Planning Commission who advocated to justify Rs. 32 per day per head as baseline for poverty, now as per news report they spent Rs. 35 Lakhs on high-tech Toilet, with provision of smart e-cards for access to controlling toilet doors? Should not this unnecessarily spent amount be recovered from their salary as an austerity measure?

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Asked by gangadhar dalal, 07 Jun '12 12:24 am
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We get the government we deserve, friend, when the elections come, we sell off our votes, based on caste, creed, religion, region, etc., but not the uncorrupt and clean people. It is noticed that the clean people or those who are of clean image always end up on the losing side
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 07 Jun '12 07:54 pm

 
  
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It should be recovered from salaries of concerned persons......but it looks quite definite that no such recovery will be ordered as planning commission is headed by pm who is himself an alleged culprit of sound corruption charges and he and his party are making cover-up only in public.............
Answered by vijaykumar Srivastava, 07 Jun '12 03:30 pm

 
  
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If the money is recovered from salary they will make it up by earning that much extra by way of bribes or by fudging their tour bills in their monthly foreign trips. They should now be made to use the toilet as their office space and work out of toilet so that their present office space be converted into dormitory for use by those who are earning less than Rs 32 per day.
Answered by Shyam, 07 Jun '12 02:59 pm

 
  
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Yes, it is high time someone is held responsible for making decisions to 'waste' govt/public money.
Source: self
Answered by Ramesh Bhutani, 07 Jun '12 02:49 pm

 
  
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Upgrading the toilets are not a crime but not and under tax payers money
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 07 Jun '12 02:37 pm

 
  
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Mere sapno ka bharat
jaha koi garib na ho
jaha koi ashikshit na ho
jaha koi bhookha na soye
jaha koi jurm na ho
jaha charo tarah khushi ho
jaha kisi me bair na ho
jaha sab milkar ek sath rahe
''''''' in logo ne iss desh ko capitalists k sath me bech diya hai...sayad Gandhiji ne bhi aisa na socha ho iss desh ka aisha haal karenge aaj k raajneta..."""" garib bechara humesha pishta hai aur aage bhi pishta rahega....
Answered by ambuj kumar, 07 Jun '12 12:39 am

 
  
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First of all , the whole team is to be sacked and themoney spent to be deducted from them
They lost their moral ethics
Sad
Economical giants are watching this
Who knows Monteksingh maybe elected as president of India
Answered by hitler, 07 Jun '12 12:29 am

 
  
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