With a global reputation of a great economist, Manmohan Singh, till date the Prime Minister of India completing ten years of ruling, or say a mess ruling, the country, has to ultimately call it a day relinquishing his office to be now taken over by his successor tomorrow. Possibly he was the weakest Prime Minister of India the country ever had. The mess he created during ten years of his governance obviously forms a great burden for his successor. He was one of the successors to star performer like great Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of free India, but his working style could never create an impression that he was any thing more than a mouthpiece of some one else always obedient and submissive to ‘his master’s voice’ which factor was natural on the face of the fact that he was chosen, rather nominated, for only the qualities like these. His successor may prove to be strong on governance taking positive measures to strengthen the economic conditions of the country with a grip on law and order situation coupled with aggressive steps on developmental front, corruption and soaring prices but this shall be too much to expect him to play miracles overnight on these counts. May be it takes more time than expected of him to put the massively derailed rail back to its wheels with an overall functional improvement in the interest of the people of the country. It looks like talking crude but when it comes to calling a spade a spade one has to go by the reality that if Manmohan Singh is retiring unhonoured and unsung with ridicules from the people in general throughout the country, this is exactly what he deserves in all fairness.