ToIndia Against CorruptionWHITHER MR. MODI'S ANTI CORRUPTION WAR ?
The question uppermost in the mind of the people now is whether Mr. Modi would really succeed in ensuring a corruption free India. Large number of people appear to be still sceptical, though they think that Mr. Modi is very sincere and they wish him well.
With the government machinery and the law enforcing agencies themselves considerably corrupt, with many politicians both in Mr. Modi's party and in the opposition parties suspected to be of indulging in corrupt practices and with the black money becoming an essential need for the political parties to fight elections, many people seem to think that Mr. Modi may be waging a losing battle against corruption.
However, the redeeming fact that has come out after the demonetization exercise is that the people are willing to stand by Mr. Modi in his battle. They expect him to give a very strong lead for the anti corruption movement in India and people would follow if it would be practically possible.
Mr. Modi's New Year eve speech on 31st December,2016 certainly has made people think that here is a Prime Minister who has the courage to say that dishonest and corrupt officials will not be spared.
Mr. Modi has certainly kindled hope amongst common men that the anti corruption movement would go forward and would succeed sooner or later.
Nandini Voice For The Deprived
Sunday, January 1, 2017
Re: [IAC#RG] Fwd: WHITHER MR. MODI’S ANTI CORRUPTION WAR ?
5) Do you really think that IAS / IPS lobby will allow action to be taken against their own officers who are neck deep in corruption - even when presented with unimpeachable proof of their serious wrong-doing ? Nipping corruption is not only about catching officers with unaccounted money / gold bars (which BTW are easily planted). The people who are being "trapped" and pilloried in the bania owned media are the actually the relatively honest ones. (eg. would you like to have a poll on this list to see if ex- IAF chief Bundle Tyagi was really the kingin of Augusta scam and why the actual culprits are not arrested ?)
4) The anti-corruption movement will go on despite Mr. Modi and not because of him. You are surely aware that Mr. Modi is again propping up worthless and bought out persons like Anna Hazare and Yogendra Yadav to masquerade as the anti-corruption movement and they are being promoted by Modi's bania-owned media houses and CIA-owned social media channels.
3) That a small portion of this money is being channelled to certain opposition leaders / parties in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab to throw the match so that when the votes are counted BJP can show "that the people are willing to stand by Mr. Modi in his battle". It also helps that Modi controls the CBI. Or at least this is what is being whispered to me by my high sources inside the BJP.
2) My own reading is that the present Govt have set up a scenario which has allowed them (and their friends) to eventually walk away with about Rs. 3 lakh crore in money laundered fake notes. Or at least this is what high sources in RBI whisper to me.
1) Your post proceeds on the assumption that there are numerous corrupt people within BJP and Congress, but that Mr. Modi himself is clean and above suspicion. Another assumption would be that the top is corrupt and the corruption seeps downwards.
Dear Mr. Venkatraman,A very provocative post from you. But kindly allow me to list some doubts.
On Sun, Jan 1, 2017 at 6:18 PM, Venkatraman Ns <email@example.com> wrote: