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While Anna wants a Lokpal bill, U P state under Akilesh Yadav seems to passed a Shivpal bill by which officials are permitted to steal a little of public money. Since the 'little' is not explained what do you think will that amount be? .

Tags: money, bill, public money
Asked by Shyam, 10 Aug '12 03:52 pm
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"Agar mehnat karoge, jee lagaoge, agar inhe meetha paani de doge to chori kar sakte ho (If you work hard, if you give them water then you can steal),"

This is the preamble of the sensational Shivpal billI. I find absolutely nothing wrong in this. The proverb says " to err is human" and the basic fact is, if you work there is bound to be mistake. And if the mistake is within the limits set in the bill, the officers can work in an environment, free from fear. In today's work culture, fixation of responsibility gets more importance than getting the work done even in wrong manner. So, by witch-hunting, you reach nowhere. Hence Shivapal Bill would be morale booster for those who have their eyes on work.

Now coming to the question of the extent of legal loot, may I ask you to remember the constitution amendment done by Late Mrs Indira Gandhi for extension of President's Rule and increasing lifetime of a particular parliament assembly. She decided it to suit her political need and ...more
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 15 Aug '12 10:40 pm

 
  
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It should be less than 800cr in a month!
Answered by up front, 10 Aug '12 03:53 pm

 
  
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It is national shame and we have not learnt any lessons from our economic slow down
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 10 Aug '12 03:53 pm

 
  
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National shame
Answered by Bichchu, 26 Oct '12 09:35 pm

 
  
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