There are so many leaders in India, who should never be elected to power. The recent verdict towards the Railway minister by an autocratic dictator shocked me. It’s really bad to ask a minister to resign for a sensible budget. The people of India will never fight for 30 paisa hike on a kilometer, but won’t tolerate with the current situation of Railway. At least don’t we want a railway station in India without feces.

Dirty politics by these kind of elected autocratic dictators has delayed the economical reforms. India needs to modernize the railway network. I don’t understand the Mamata’s logic on railway fare hike. Indian railways want money to operate, either it can be collected as fare or can be allocated from budget, but either way it’s the people of India who pays the amount. Why can’t they go in  a transparent manner, rather than making the people blind and fool.

People are now less concerned with 30 paisa than their security and  comfort. And it’s good to leader to remember that people want their leaders to serve and not to rule.

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  • March 20, 2012 at 9:40 AM
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    Azhar, common people are ready to tolerate the 30p hike, but the dirty politicians do not want them to do. Everybody who travels by Indian railways know how badly we need to modernize our Railway system. For example, still our railways are spreading the human waster all around our country. Such practices are followed Nowhere in this world ( some African countries may have exception ) . There should be a common agreement among our political leaders when it comes to this kind of basic needs.

  • March 20, 2012 at 5:24 PM
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    Yes. It’s really shame. These type of politicians will ruin the country.

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