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sir, I am sure all government agencies have a clearly defined protocol and authorization/approval process for deviation. I am ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

sir,
I am sure all government agencies have a clearly defined protocol and authorization/approval process for deviation. I am sure, those protocols would have been followed. It is my experience that ‘babus’ are smart enough to know that ‘nethas’ will come and go but their job will in the line if they don’t follow protocol. Ofcourse, they find loop holes to accommodate needs of nethas. It is practically not possible to consult court before every change in process/policy are enacted. They have to do it on good faith basis. If court intervenes then remedies will have to be done. So, wastage/rework/cancellation are unavoidable. There is no point in finding the netha or babu who promulgated this change and punish them. If you do so, none of the systems will change/improve/get better. We will be living in stone age.

Regarding reaction from BJP state functionaries… It is a human trait, very acute among Indians, not to take criticism in stride. Either they will reject entire criticism as baseless/motivated or get personal and attack the criticizer. Politicians exhibit the extreme case of same. You need not go that far to observe this phenomenon… check out older blogs of yours and perform self evaluation.

1. you never thanked the person who took time to write a review against your opinion.
2. you never appreciated other person’s view point and consider the merits.
3. have a strong prejudice that the critiquing person is from BJP. For one, I don’t belong to BJP. I have never voted for BJP. Amongst my friends who are strong BJP supporters I am considered a LEFT!
4. Get personal/emotional


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sir, I am sure all government agencies have a clearly defined protocol and authorization/approval process for deviation. I am ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

sir,
I am sure all government agencies have a clearly defined protocol and authorization/approval process for deviation. I am sure, those protocols would have been followed. It is my experience that ‘babus’ are smart enough to know that ‘nethas’ will come and go but their job will in the line if they don’t follow protocol. Ofcourse, they find loop holes to accommodate needs of nethas. It is practically not possible to consult court before every change in process/policy are enacted. They have to do it on good faith basis. If court intervenes then remedies will have to be done. So, wastage/rework/cancellation are unavoidable. There is no point in finding the netha or babu who promulgated this change and punish them. If you do so, none of the systems will change/improve/get better. We will be living in stone age.

Regarding reaction from BJP state functionaries… It is a human trait, very acute among Indians, not to take criticism in stride. Either they will reject entire criticism as baseless/motivated or get personal and attack the criticizer. Politicians exhibit the extreme case of same. You need not go that far to observe this phenomenon… check out older blogs of yours and perform self evaluation.

1. you never thanked the person who took time to write a review against your opinion.
2. you never appreciated other person’s view point and consider the merits.
3. have a strong prejudice that the critiquing person is from BJP. For one, I don’t belong to BJP. I have never voted for BJP. Amongst my friends who are strong BJP supporters I am considered a LEFT!
4. Get personal/emotional


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while I don’t have expertise to comment on the subject matter, i see a positive sign of democracy here. ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

while I don’t have expertise to comment on the subject matter, i see a positive sign of democracy here. Government is backing off from decisions when they see legitimate opposition. shouldn’t this be appreciated? KM sir keeps drumming that this government is autocratic. They don’t listen to people’s voice etc., I see the opposite here.

The same thing is happening on education policy. They drafted a new policy with some vision. Government is asking for people/school/teachers/etc., to comment on the policy. I am sure they will amend things based on the input received. This is a perfect democratic arrangement. We should be glad and appreciate.

There are several policies that are dated ( very old and contain clauses that not applicable today ). This includes labor, health, education, procurement etc., Any government should revisit them and make amendments from time to time. Naturally there will be opposition. What one see as good will be seen as bad by many… for example, KM sir will see bad in everything BJP does! Government is seeking input from all and making amendments if they are reasonable. So, everything is good. Democracy is alive!

Keep writing more ‘indraya swarasyam’. They are the best sir!


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while I don’t have expertise to comment on the subject matter, i see a positive sign of democracy here. ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

while I don’t have expertise to comment on the subject matter, i see a positive sign of democracy here. Government is backing off from decisions when they see legitimate opposition. shouldn’t this be appreciated? KM sir keeps drumming that this government is autocratic. They don’t listen to people’s voice etc., I see the opposite here.

The same thing is happening on education policy. They drafted a new policy with some vision. Government is asking for people/school/teachers/etc., to comment on the policy. I am sure they will amend things based on the input received. This is a perfect democratic arrangement. We should be glad and appreciate.

There are several policies that are dated ( very old and contain clauses that not applicable today ). This includes labor, health, education, procurement etc., Any government should revisit them and make amendments from time to time. Naturally there will be opposition. What one see as good will be seen as bad by many… for example, KM sir will see bad in everything BJP does! Government is seeking input from all and making amendments if they are reasonable. So, everything is good. Democracy is alive!

Keep writing more ‘indraya swarasyam’. They are the best sir!


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I had very high opinion on you ( KM Sir ) when you quoted kanchi mahaperiyava several times here…. ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

I had very high opinion on you ( KM Sir ) when you quoted kanchi mahaperiyava several times here…. advice religious tolerance etc., that gave me an impression that you bat for universal citizen concept – that all are child of same god regardless of country, caste and religion. At least I strongly believe in that.

Very sad to see you argue for not feeding Biharis. Do you think your mentor Bharathiyar would approve your stand?

At least with in India, let us break the wall of barriers in the name of language, race etc., etc.,

Coming back to the subject, up till 20 years back mobility of Indians across state was very limited to central govt., employees to few upper class exemptions. Last 20 years has broken this barriers, students from one state go to other for studies, low level labors move, graduates and employed category people move across the country. In such environment, it is the duty of government to facilitate such moves as seamless as possible. Thanks to Passport/Pan/Aadhar your identity follows you, thanks to core banking your bank account follows you, if ration card is converted to a national ID then your social benefits will follow you. This sounds very logical to me… regardless of which government

Have a good day ahead.I pray almighty that you get ‘visala parvai’


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I had very high opinion on you ( KM Sir ) when you quoted kanchi mahaperiyava several times here…. ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

I had very high opinion on you ( KM Sir ) when you quoted kanchi mahaperiyava several times here…. advice religious tolerance etc., that gave me an impression that you bat for universal citizen concept – that all are child of same god regardless of country, caste and religion. At least I strongly believe in that.

Very sad to see you argue for not feeding Biharis. Do you think your mentor Bharathiyar would approve your stand?

At least with in India, let us break the wall of barriers in the name of language, race etc., etc.,

Coming back to the subject, up till 20 years back mobility of Indians across state was very limited to central govt., employees to few upper class exemptions. Last 20 years has broken this barriers, students from one state go to other for studies, low level labors move, graduates and employed category people move across the country. In such environment, it is the duty of government to facilitate such moves as seamless as possible. Thanks to Passport/Pan/Aadhar your identity follows you, thanks to core banking your bank account follows you, if ration card is converted to a national ID then your social benefits will follow you. This sounds very logical to me… regardless of which government

Have a good day ahead.I pray almighty that you get ‘visala parvai’


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I can’t say if this is good or bad. But one thing I can say for certain… All practical ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

I can’t say if this is good or bad. But one thing I can say for certain… All practical questions raised by KM sir would be debated by the implementation team, which will have IAS officers I am sure they will address all of these basic questions. They may not make it 100% fool proof… just like GST, it will come with flaws and get fixed over a period of time.

Give some credit to deserving officers! even if they are not as intelligent and smart as KM sir, they would not be dumb. Its shear arrogance on our part to start with the assumption that others are idiots.

I very well remember KM sir, making sarcastic comments about one of the ministers ( I think it is Piyush Goyal ) when he made announcements about electric vehicles. Today, I can say with certanity that charging infrastructure is being set up all over the country. In a matter of few years from now you will all malls, apartment buildings, gas stations having EV charges. Tenders are floated by various organizations to set this infra. Once this infra is ready, it is a matter of time before you see Electric vehicles plying our roads. Like any big implementation, vision comes first… implementation next… I give full credit to this government for the great vision to transform this country. Needless to say, they fail badly in the implementation. Even if they are 40% successful, its still a great achievement.

The same thing about waterways, small airports, payment banks, bankruptcy laws etc.,


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I can’t say if this is good or bad. But one thing I can say for certain… All practical ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

I can’t say if this is good or bad. But one thing I can say for certain… All practical questions raised by KM sir would be debated by the implementation team, which will have IAS officers I am sure they will address all of these basic questions. They may not make it 100% fool proof… just like GST, it will come with flaws and get fixed over a period of time.

Give some credit to deserving officers! even if they are not as intelligent and smart as KM sir, they would not be dumb. Its shear arrogance on our part to start with the assumption that others are idiots.

I very well remember KM sir, making sarcastic comments about one of the ministers ( I think it is Piyush Goyal ) when he made announcements about electric vehicles. Today, I can say with certanity that charging infrastructure is being set up all over the country. In a matter of few years from now you will all malls, apartment buildings, gas stations having EV charges. Tenders are floated by various organizations to set this infra. Once this infra is ready, it is a matter of time before you see Electric vehicles plying our roads. Like any big implementation, vision comes first… implementation next… I give full credit to this government for the great vision to transform this country. Needless to say, they fail badly in the implementation. Even if they are 40% successful, its still a great achievement.

The same thing about waterways, small airports, payment banks, bankruptcy laws etc.,


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All governments miserably failed in water management,society also to be blamed for this situation un-planned expansion,corruption at all levels.Always ...மேலும் வாசிக்க

All governments miserably failed in water management,society also to be blamed for this situation
un-planned expansion,corruption at all levels.Always remember simple living-Noble thoughts


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