LETTER OF THE EDITOR OF “THE TIMES OF INDIA ” TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA

I am born and brought up in Mumbai for last fifty eight years. Believe
me, corruption in Maharashtra is worse than that in Bihar . Look at
all the politicians, Sharad Pawar, Chagan Bhujbal, Narayan Rane, Bal
Thackray , Gopinath Munde, Raj Thackray, Vilasrao Deshmukh
all are rolling in money. Vilasrao Deshmukh is one of the worst Chief
ministers I have seen. His only business is to increase the FSI every
other day, make money and send it to Delhi , so Congress can fight
next election. Now the clown has found new way and will increase FSI
for fishermen, so they can build concrete houses right on sea shore.
Next time terrorists can comfortably live in those houses, enjoy the
beauty of the sea and then attack our Mumbai at their will.

Recently, I had to purchase a house in Mumbai. I met about two dozen
builders. Everybody wanted about 30% in black. A common person like me
knows this and with all your intelligence agency & CBI, you and your
finance ministers are not aware of it. Where all the black money goes?
To the underworld, isn’t it? Our politicians take help of these
goondas to vacate people by force. I myself was victim of it. If you
have time please come to me, I will tell you everything.

If this has been a land of fools, idiots, then I would not have ever
cared to write to you this letter. Just see the tragedy. On one side
we are reaching moon, people are so intelligent; and on the other
side, you politicians have converted nectar into deadly poison.I am
everything  - Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Scheduled Caste, OBC, Muslim

OBC, Christian Scheduled Caste, and Creamy Scheduled Caste; only what

I am not is INDIAN. You politicians have raped every part of Mother

India by your policy of divide and rule.


Take example of our Former President Abdul Kalam. Such an intelligent
person; such a fine human being. But you politician didn’t even spare
him and instead choose a worthless lady who had corruption charges and
insignificant local polititian of Jalgaon WHO’S NAME ENTIRE COUNTRY
HAD NOT HEARD BEFORE. Its simple logic your party just wanted a rubber
stamp in the name of president. Imagine SHE IS SUPREME COMMANDER OF
INDIA ‘S THREE DEFENCE FORCES. What morale you will expect from our
defence forces? Your party along with opposition joined hands, because
politicians feel they are supreme and there is no place for a good
person.

Dear Mr Prime minister, you are one of the most intelligent person, a
most learned person. Just wake up, be a real SARDAR. First and
foremost, expose all selfish politicians. Ask Swiss banks to give
names of all Indian account holders. Give reins of CBI to independent
agency. Let them find wolves among us. There will be political
upheaval, but that will be better than dance of death which we are
witnessing every day. Just give us ambience where we can work honestly
and without fear. Let there be rule of law. Everything else will be
taken care of.

Choice is yours Mr. Prime Minister. Do you want to be lead by one
person, or you want to lead the nation of 100 Crore people?

Prakash B. Bajaj
Editor Mumbai-Times of India

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14 Responses to “LETTER OF THE EDITOR OF “THE TIMES OF INDIA ” TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA”

  1. Bipu 29 July 2011 at 11:48 AM #

    Honorable PM, now it’s the climax… prove yourself a real SARDAR otherwise Indian political history will mark you as the 1st PM having no personality. Thanks ‘Editor Mumbai-Times of India’

  2. Anupam 29 July 2011 at 12:04 PM #

    Which country we r living. When the sun will rise? We r the one who can change. Let the revolution began!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Dwijapada Bouri 29 July 2011 at 3:32 PM #

    I agree with Anupam

  4. biplab das 29 July 2011 at 11:38 PM #

    I cant understand one thing. Why all of you think that, only our prime minister can eradicate the corruption, change the system. Is he out of the corruption? if he is , then why he is not resigning? If anyone is sitting on chair and accept all corruption , then he is also a corruped leader. Atleast he should realise this truth as he has spent his valuable 35 years as a burocrate or as a leader or minister.

  5. A K Bairagi 30 July 2011 at 8:09 PM #

    I agree with the Editor of “Times of India” and I want to gige him thanks.

    I always agree with Mr Bipu.

  6. নীল ধ্রুবতারা 30 July 2011 at 11:30 PM #

    I agree with biplab da…and its realy the time to be a real SARDAR for PM.

  7. Anupam 31 July 2011 at 1:48 PM #

    The Sradar become Choro ka sardar

  8. Gablu 31 July 2011 at 7:32 PM #

    Thanks to SRAI.

  9. Madhusudan Mahato 2 August 2011 at 2:24 PM #

    I am agree with BIPU. Thanks to Srai.

  10. Asok Kumar Das 5 August 2011 at 5:52 AM #

    [While enjoying a comfortable sleep last night, I clearly heard - as heard by the godmen the messege of gods or satans - our busy Prime Minister (busy in unearthing story of his partners' corruption to reburry those properly in the forgetful minds of the people) whispering in my almost deaf ears asking me to reply you on his behalf. Hence, below is his dictated creation. Enjoy and believe.]
    D R A F T
    _________
    P.M.O.
    New Delhi
    Dear Mr. Bajaj,
    Editor,
    Times of India, Mumbai

    The letter you wrote to me is not expected from an experienced newsman like you. You have projected the fact of corruption as a NEWS, a news as good as the news of a man biting a dog. Your news is as common as of a news of a dog biting a man. Fact of corruption is not a news at all. Rather fact of eradication of corruption, if happen anytime accidentally may be a news to be sold by a newsman like you. People have desperately waiting to read such news for thousands of years. But before making such an unexpected breaking headline we must find the ways to eradicate corruption. And for that we must find its source first.

    Know that all human beings are devided into three groups – ‘the corrupts’, ‘ corrupts-in-waiting’ and ‘abnormal honests’. Corrupt people are those as listed by you, although you have missed the criminals like astrologers,godmen,thieves etc.. The corrupt-in-waitings are those who are eagerly waiting for having an opportunity of being corrupt. And third category of people, viz honest people are abnormal human being, the unsuccessful wastes. Since number of such honest people are very few, their feeble phylosophical voices may be ignored or suppressed in our democracy of crowds. I am the leader of majority, comprised of corrupts and fans of corrupts. My duty is to protect the interest of corrupts and to keep worming the hope (the hope of having a chance of being a corrupt)of the corrupt-in-waitings.

    Now see my friend, people desire recognition and respect in the society. And to gain social recognition and respect money is necessary. Corruption is the easy way to gain quick money. A rich man, even corrupt are honoured and respected by the society. People respect corrupt but financially successful people and redicule the honest unsuccessful ones. This, along with the passion of greed lead people to be corrupt.The animal instinct of grabing property is also responsible for such mental disorder. Thease are the source of corruption. So long the people love corruption, respect corrupt people, no Prime Minister can eradicate corruption.

    Mind that I have become a Prime Minister with the help of dishonest people, with the support of corrupt people. I am the leader of corrupt people, their Sardar. I am the guardian of majority and protector of popular corruption. Why should I resign? In fear of loosing power,even Ramchandra, the ideal model ruler himself sided the corrupt mass and divorced honest Sita inhumanly (or devinly).

    Hence your petition is rejected.Fight out corruption by other means.
    Yours sincerely,
    Monmohan Singh.
    Prime Minister of India.

    P.S. No permission has been obtained to post the letter

    Asokdas Charbak
    United States of America
    asokdas.godless@gmail.com

  11. Asok Kumar Das 5 August 2011 at 9:12 AM #

    [While enjoying a comfortable sleep last night, I clearly heard - as heard by the godmen the messege of gods or satans - our busy Prime Minister whispering in my almost deaf ears asking me to reply you on his behalf. Hence, below is his dictated creation. Believe it or not, but I heard it]
    D R A F T
    _________
    P.M.O.
    New Delhi
    Dear Mr. Bajaj,
    Editor,
    Times of India, Mumbai

    The letter you wrote to me is not expected from an experienced newsman like you. You have projected the fact of corruption as a NEWS, a news as good as the news of a man biting a dog. Your news is as common as of a news of a dog biting a man. Fact of corruption is not a news at all. Rather fact of eradication of corruption, if happen anytime accidentally may be a news to be sold by a newsman like you. People have desperately waiting to read such news for thousands of years. But before making such an unexpected breaking headline we must find the ways to eradicate corruption. And for that we must find its source first.

    Know that all human beings are devided into three groups – ‘the corrupts’, ‘ corrupts-in-waiting’ and ‘abnormal honests’. Corrupt people are those as listed by you
    (you have missed the criminals like astrologers,godmen,thieves etc..) The corrupt-in-waitings people are those who are eagerly waiting for having an opportunity of being corrupt. And third category of people, viz honest mionorities are abnormal human being, the useless wastes. Since number of such honest people are very few, their feeble phylosophical voices may be ignored or suppressed in our democracy of crowds. I am the leader of majority, comprised of corrupts and fans of corrupts. My duty is to protect the interest of corrupts and to keep worming up the hope (the hope of having a chance of being a corrupt)of the corrupt-in-waitings.

    Now see my friend, people desire recognition and respect in the society. And to gain social recognition and respect money is necessary. Corruption is the easy way to gain quick money. A rich man, even corrupt are honoured and respected by the society. People respect corrupt but financially successful people and redicule the honest unsuccessful ones. This, along with the passion of greed lead people to be corrupt.The animal instinct of grabing property is also responsible for such mental disorder. Thease are roughly the source of corruption. So long the people continue to love corruption, to respect corrupt people, no Prime Minister can eradicate corruption.

    Mind that I have become a Prime Minister with the help of dishonest people, with the support of corrupt people.This democracy is by the corrupt, for the corrupt and of the corrupt people. I am the leader of corrupt people – their Sardar. I am the guardian of majority and protector of popular corruption. Why should I resign? In fear of loosing power,even Ramchandra, the model ruler himself sided the corrupt mass and divorced honest Sita.

    Hence your petition is rejected.Fight out corruption by other means.
    Yours sincerely,
    Monmohan Singh( yet to be signed)
    Prime Minister of India.

    Asokdas Charbak
    United States of America
    asokdas.godless@gmail.com

  12. Rebello 10 August 2011 at 7:09 AM #

    Guys & fellow citizens, we do get patriotically emotional on this subject. No doubt the bane of democracy is people wanting to do better for themselves at the expense of others. This is a good thing and a bad thing. The trick is to detect and stop the bad part in its tracks. The rich will and have always used money power to achieve their aims. When such actions go unpunished or under punished the problem can get out of hand. When it reaches the top it starts corrupting everything below. What do we do? Standup and oppose & expose within the society. Publish lists and offences and ask for clearifications. Dont accept commissions and weigh all ommissions (generally the bane of Govt servants). Set timeframes and report in local papers. Push the iron frame to take timebound decisions. then well thought off schemes do not come out of it. And yes all of us are inherently curruptable, so try not to endure but to perciveour. Big words but needs small efforts continously and in a continued manner. Liberate minds from a culture of acceptance, that is our moral DUTY to mankind and the Nation and future generations (one worse than us if we dont change).

  13. V Kumar 11 August 2011 at 11:41 PM #

    1. The Times of India is legacy of British Raj,
    2. They have supported Emergency and Mrs Indira Gandhi although she did every effort to destroy the democratic fabric of India by her one by one novel method such as AAYARAM GAYARAM SYSTEM, which has plagued the Indian democracy till date with no solution is forthcoming,
    3. They have always toed the Government’s opinion about anything especially Congress Government
    4. They have never dared to oppose the Central Government on any issue, let alone confront or challenge the authority of Central Government headed by Congress (may be out of fear or any pecuniary benefit, which they themselves better know)

  14. rajesh kulkarni 28 December 2012 at 3:44 PM #

    DEAR SIR
    EVERY THINK IS ALL RIGHT IN YOUR LETTER BUT WE ALL INDIAN ARE DUMB AND DUF PEPOLE


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