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Is Mr. Sreedharan's resignation justified?

Asked by ankit shivam, 13 Jul '09 09:26 am
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Dear AS,
Good morning.
Mr. Sreedharan is giant of a personality and over all a very gentle human being. In India, where we find that biggest scams and corruption in every field, terrorist attacks in our country killing several innocent citizens, Non accountability of every bureaucratic set up, It is just like a breath of fresh air, that a very reasonable person has resigned due to moral responsibility of which he is very-very distantly related to the unfortunate cause. Have you ever seen any politician or a public servant resigning out of moral cause?
Well, Mr. Sreedharan is a visionary infrastructure craftsman for India with morals. He justifies his moral obligation. Point is whether govt. should accept or reject his resignation. The outcome would decide the moral of govt. . Mr. Sreedharan was a hero and is a hero. Well done Sreedharan sir. You have shown the path by example.
Answered by prabhat kumar kumar, 13 Jul '09 09:38 am

 
  
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As a moral responsibilty, Team leader shd resign from the post after disaster.Hw come they fail in keeping the poor quality Pillar/ Column that too for a load coming from a bridge.
Even if it just architectural feature, and wont take any loar, Basic duty of the Proj Team shd check the quality measures and if any crack or fissure in RC Member shd be properly attended,
Lack of concentration and nobody appplied their mind in the structure knowingly or unknowingly.
Answered by hitler, 13 Jul '09 09:29 am

 
  
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There is no doubt about Mr. Shridharan\'s potential and capabilities. Being a team leader he admitted the responsibilities and submit his resignation, he did not try to make stories it shows his honesty and dedication, in lieu of all this, Delhi CM did not accept his resignation.
Now Mr. Sridharan should stand up once again not to happen these kind of mishaps again.
Answered by NAVEEN, 13 Jul '09 09:34 am

 
  
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At least there is some one in this country who cares for moral responsibility. He is right in resigning. But govt would be right in declining to accept his resignation as it is - the contractor - Gammon India which should be penalised
Answered by Shashi LS, 13 Jul '09 09:34 am

 
  
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No, for person of his stature and commitment shown throught - resignation should not be accepted.
Answered by Lucky, 13 Jul '09 09:31 am

 
  
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It is. He has to bluntly tell the useless politicians that doing project does not mean killing people as these politicians do by taking bribe
Answered by ashwani agarwal, 13 Jul '09 09:31 am

 
  
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All is justified in this country. It is india.
Answered by XYZ, 13 Jul '09 09:28 am

 
  
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Yes it is, but more importantly those engineers, who were involved in the project should be questioned.
Answered by manish varma, 13 Jul '09 01:49 pm

 
  
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Yes.
Answered by radha kashyap, 13 Jul '09 09:56 am

 
  
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Not at all.
Answered by neeta, 13 Jul '09 09:47 am

 
  
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