Isn’t it a case of criminal proceedings against them:



 They are openly making statements that they are not going to spare those who didn’t vote for them in the last elections and that why should they provide basic amenities like electricity, water, etc. to those areas wherefrom there was no support extended to the candidates of their party. These are stutters as from Mulayam Singh Yadav, Samajwadi Party supremo, and his Chief Minister son Akhilesh Yadav. This Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh (India) is unbridledly out not only to harrass the people of the State but also the bureaucracy, the non elective body of governance, victimising them with their bulk transfers to places most inconvenient to them simply on a doubt that they too did not actively support the party. What could have been their support? Doesn’t it mean that they were required by the State Government to help the booth capturers and cause an open loot on ballot boxes? If yes; it is a clear case of proceeding against them under the laws of the country. Such an offence  is in fact something much worse than corruption.

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http://gallery-neelkanth.blogspot.in/2014/06/shame-on-you-mr-chief-minister-up.html

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6 thoughts on “Isn’t it a case of criminal proceedings against them:

  1. The similar statement given by Shiv Pal Singh Yadav also day before yesterday in circuit house on a question raised by a media person on electricity problem.Whole of the family is a family of criminal mentality.

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  2. The very essence of democracy is ‘government of the people by the people for the people’. The functional democracies in the world (mostly those in the West and West supported Japan) follow this fundamental doctrine. It also implies that those in power are mere agents of the people who have been assigned the job of managing the affairs of the polity for a definite period, in one go and not more than that. The resources which they have been given to manage belong to the people and not to those who are at the helm as representatives. Representatives cannot claim ownership of those resources. Unfortunately, in our country the very first step of democracy has been breached. Representatives are ‘rulers’ as if they are monarchs. The concept of ruler and the ruled is root cause of the arrogance and defiance of people’s will. The truth that ‘the sun rises in the east’ is holding good to the extent that ‘the son rises in the east’! During centuries of democratic dispensation ‘the son has never risen in the west’. This amply demonstrates that we are a pseudo democracy and not the real one. At the most it can be termed as an oligarchy. How a leader should behave has been so simply and yet vividly narrated by Goswami Tulasidas ‘मुखिया मुख सो चाहिये खान पान कहु एक
    पालइ पोषइ सकल अंग तुलसी सहित विवेक’. That is the eternal culture and practice of our civilization. But this matters to those who are civilized! By the grace of our democracy such people have reached at the helm of our polity who have to do nothing with the civilized means. They treat the state as their fiefdom and consider themselves not only above law but they themselves as law. If such persons are tried for any breach of law, given the truth that the machinery is either slave or their “partner in progress”, no one can dare in this misadventure. Also the frequent and reckless shifting of bureaucrats has its genesis in the fact that majority of this class is so selfish and corrupt that they have completely lost their sheen and moral authority. They are bosses of hapless and have-nots. and prostrate in front of the political heads and their goons. The caste based politics has further vitiated and destroyed the fabric of our polity. We need some messiah to put the system on the right track. However, we need not get dejected; our system has been curing the ills time and again, from times immemorial – “यदा यदा हि धर्मस्य ग्लानिर्भवति भारत । अभ्युत्थानमधर्मस्य तदात्मानं सृजाम्यहम् ॥” How come this time it can be exception!

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  3. Respected Sir,
    What is said in the article about the Samaj badi party and their leaders is quit correct. In the benefit of the people of U.P. this party should go the out side from the Government.

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  4. Son and father rule is an anethima to democracyFamily should be separate from Rule of law.The results ofthe latest Loksabha elections is a sharp indicator that people do not believe in Feifdoms.Glad Mr Modi has steered clear of this malady.

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