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What way the Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel is responsible for yesterdays plane crash and he has offered resignation owning responsibility.

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Asked by bhaskar erram, 23 May '10 11:35 am
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As a minister it is his moral responsisbility Boss.
Only very few are deciding to submit resignation now a days.
Answered by hitler, 23 May '10 11:38 am

 
  
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"Please crucify me if I am guilty. What have I done wrong?" said Praful Patel , minister of civil aviation, reacting to the criticism he has been facing in the country after the Dubai-Mangalore flight crashed on Saturday.~!
The tragic air crash, which killed 158 people, is a blot on Patel's major-accident-free career graph. !
The minister was in New Delhi when he was informed about the air crash. !
He said he immediately supervised the rescue operation, coordinated with the Karnataka state government and ensured that the airport police, state police, fire brigade and other agencies had reached the site.!!!
(Exclusive: Air India system didn't fail, says Patel)
Answered by Oberoi, 23 May '10 11:52 am

 
  
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More than aviation minister it is the technical snag or human error that are responsible for this accident.The norms of safety must be followed sincerely and any deficiencies in the system must be rectified by the Engineers and all concerned.Engineer must not succumb to political pressure if it compromises security of the people.
Answered by Ramsingh Sachan, 23 May '10 11:43 am

 
  
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