New Income-tax Return Forms
Please refer to “Tax - New Three-page Income-tax Return Forms” (Moneylife, 25 June 2015).  The income-tax return (ITR) forms have been revised after public protest on lengthy forms and cumbersome information sought earlier. It is yet to be seen how these forms are simplified; as on date, these are not notified. It is hoped that the new ITR won’t require assistance from professionals to fill up. It would have been better still if the one-page saral form for all taxpayers had been re-introduced. Details of expenditure and all bank details, etc, should have been avoided altogether as these are matters of expenditure tax (which has been abolished). For foreign income in foreign banks and properties outside India, the government should simply ask us to declare, if it is taxable and, if not, let the figures of exempted foreign income be declared in exempted income column.  
 
The full details can be safely asked only in select cases of scrutiny, and not in ITRs. To safeguard against non-declaration of income, the declaration in the form—that all income is truly reflected in the return—is sufficient to prosecute, if not true. The income-tax department has already collected information relating to various financial transactions through various concerned organisations and departments (TDS/ TCS/AIR). The rest of the information must also form the part of Form 26AS and the necessary changes must be made in the existing Form 26AS for this purpose. The system on e-filing of pre-filled I-T forms—as per information with the income-tax department—must continue not only for TDS (Form 26AS)  but also for all information which I-T department has obtained from various sources. This is important so that no taxpayer has a chance of non-declaration of such income like on sale of properties, etc. 
Mahesh Kapasi, by email
 
 

Okada Finger Pressure Therapy

This is with regard to “‘Scientific’ Mumbo-Jumbo” (Moneylife, 11 June 2015) by Prof BM Hegde. My guru, Mokichi Okada (of Japan), had said all this about Western medicine way back in the 1920s, when he discovered an alternative means of healing (Okada finger pressure therapy or Jo Rei).
Suchindranath Aiyer S, online comment
 

Toothpaste for Children

This is with regard to “Science and Business Reality” by Prof BM Hegde. Please name a few toothpastes for children and for adults without Triclosan.
Narendra Doshi, online comment
 

Bail is the Rule!

This is with regard to “Bail, not Jail” by Bapoo Malcolm. It was Justice VR Krishna Iyer who had laid down very important principles, like ‘jail is the exception, and bail is the rule’, decades ago and, in his judgements, he gave a very strong human touch to criminal law.
Mohan, online comment
 

Investors Must Show Patience

This is with regard to “Fortnightly Market View: Disconnected from Modi” by Debashis Basu. The stock market movement is largely dictated by three factors—sentiment, liquidity and fundamentals. Narendra Modi’s election victory suddenly improved the sentiment resulting in rise in stock markets. But, the fundamentals of the economy reflected in the financials of the companies, cannot be ignored for long. The steps taken by this government will take time to show results. Investors must show patience and not become greedy.
Rajat Dhar, online comment
 

Criminals Will Always Exist!

This is with regard to “What the Essar Diaries Mean” by Sucheta Dalal. Clearly, the mistake is with the Rserve Bank of India (RBI) which appears grossly inefficient and corrupt too. 
 
Essar, Ispat, United Breweries, Sahara, etc, have taken advantage of the system, while being aided, abetted by corrupt bank chairmen, who have gone unchecked by RBI. If governor Dr Raghuram Rajan spells out a policy of sacking of bank chairmen who allow such bad debts, these industrialists will not have the courage to cheat the system. Why is RBI keeping quiet? Controlling inflation is not the only job of RBI. The amounts owed by these defaulters, if recovered, will fund agriculture and, perhaps, we can write off the entire agricultural loans of drought-hit states. Maybe, this will also help reduce interest rates and rein inflation. Perhaps, RBI does not want to antagonise these defaulters and the powers that be. In fact, our focus is to reform RBI. Criminals will always exist. If we can set up a good policing system, we can avoid such crimes.
S Padmanabhan, online comment
 

Issue to Die a Natural Death?

This is with regard to “Manufactured Hysteria over Maggi” by Sucheta Dalal. Sure. Succinctly summarised. I am wondering why the government did not take cognizance of this revelation when the product was launched? Is it the laxity of the regulator over the past three decades? Or, is it that the firm refused to heed the advice of the regulator? Why is it that regular roadside foodstalls, or even budget hotels/restaurants, are spared? Why can’t the regulator ensure that safe and healthy food is provided to the consumer by any source: be it street-side vendor or packaged food industry or ‘licensed’ restaurants? Again, this whole issue is going to die a natural death, as we have seen in earlier instances.
Srinivas, online comment
 

Really, Useful Article

This is with regard to “How to Use Your Smartphone, Smartly” by Yogesh Sapkale. This is a really, useful article. Most of the information was new for me. 
I would like to thank the author and Moneylife.
Kaviraj B Patil, online comment
 

Problem with Stocks

This is with regard to “Tough Job for Fund Managers” by R Balakrishnan. I think, the problem with stocks is this: Most of us are under-qualified, with not enough time to gain chartered accountant-level knowledge of finance. We are not able to acquire the in-depth research skills needed to locate great stocks. Many people owning stocks reflect the same ‘herd’ mentality: buy the most popular/talked-about stocks. 
Anand Vaidya, online comment
 

Irremediable Situation

This is with regard to “Dr Subramanian Swamy on black money, hawala, Rafale, taxes and politics”. As Dr Swamy says, he is not part of the government. If he were, the replies would have certainly been very different.
 
As regards cooperative banks, they are not the source of black money. All the banks work under dual regulation: SEBI, RBI and even the third one, GOI insofar as public sector banks and foreign banks are concerned. The pity is that for cooperatives, the regulators do not understand their domains. The registrar of cooperatives is not accountable for the regulations he is expected to administer which he hardly knows. By the time he gets to know them, he gets transferred.
Governance and management are issues in cooperatives and sensible legislative interventions are not acceptable to any body politic in this country. Cooperatives are in irremediable situation. 
 
The Modi government should do skill-building and knowledge-building of politicians. Simultaneously, skill-building of youth should be taken as top priority. The recent move to give away Rs25 crore as MPLAD fund is the surest route for black money accumulation in this country.
B Yerram Raju 
 

Review The Approach!

This is with regard to “Aadhaar is a disaster, says Dr Swamy”. Aadhaar, like the New (National) Pension System came in without any legal backing; hung around with support from certain vested interests; and, now, is being supported by the government. This is a government which dared to dismantle the Planning Commission. It should have reviewed the approach to Aadhaar and NPS. 
MG Warrier
 

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Go Direct, Save Costs
If you know what to invest in, it’s sheer folly  not to take advantage of ‘direct’ mutual fund (MF) schemes that give higher returns than the ‘regular’ schemes. If you don’t know what to invest in, you will soon figure it out, as a regular Moneylife reader. The savings of direct investment will keep adding each year with lower expense ratio along with compounding effect and, hence, don’t underestimate the enormous benefit of going direct.
 
Raj Pradhan enumerates the steps along with the real-life experiences of direct investment, to ensure you save time and efforts. Our survey reinforced the need for this Cover Story, to bust the misleading campaigns being run by intermediaries. Asset management companies (AMCs) have done a good job to ease direct investment. AMCs and registrars will help you complete the initial formalities.
 
In her Crosshairs column, Sucheta highlights how a doctor, based in Kolkata, was taken for a ride by Standard Chartered Bank. The Bank rigorously churned his portfolio over a 19-month period leading to a loss of Rs68 lakh. Where are the regulators? In another instance of regulatory breakdown, Sucheta highlights how the unscrupulous promoters of Dr Datson’s Lab duped investors, running what looks like a money-laundering operation.
 
With the Lalit Modi-Swaraj-Raje drama, suddenly, the BJP is looking rather shaky on delivery of good governance. Will prime minister Narendra Modi exert enough control to prevent such small scams from causing major damage? A bigger issue, though, is this government’s senseless tardiness in appointing the right people to various Central institutions, or even filling vacancies on time, as Sucheta explains in her Different Strokes piece. This opens up the path to mistakes and indiscretions. 
 
We have lined up two seminars on insurance, hosted by Moneylife Foundation, on 26th June and 4th July. To know more and to register for these events, do visit—goo.gl/ztPR0q
 

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Why Does Narendra Modi Want Weak Institutions?

The PM’s apparent lack of respect for institutions like CVC, CIC, FTII etc. and those who head them, is worrying

 

The media hysteria over the Lalit Modi-Shushma Swaraj-Vasundhara Raje saga has exposed ethical transgressions, incestuous equations and dubious financial transactions which only show that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was hardly different from the Congress and its allies. Deals of BJP leaders, either when they were in the opposition or in BJP-ruled states, were well known; but they seemed distant memory after Narendra Modi took charge. Now, two senior leaders stand badly exposed. As we go to print, a news channel is crowing about how the two powerful ladies, caught in the crossfire, may soon resign. 

 
It is interesting to note that Lalit Modi had been in London for four years of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. UPA made no attempt to extradite the flamboyant czar of the Indian Premier League. Far from hiding, Lalit Modi seemed to mock Indian authorities with his endless tweets and television interviews; he heckled politicians and also had a lot to say about the Sunanda Pushkar murder. Indeed, Union minister Shushma Swaraj should not have interceded on his behalf, especially when her husband and daughter were on Lalit Modi’s legal team. And Vasundhara Raje role as a ‘secret’ witness for him stinks, now that Modi’s financial deals with her son are out in the open. 
Suddenly, the BJP is looking rather shaky on its high moral perch. That there have been no major scams in National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA’s) first year is an empty boast if many small ones begin to erupt from various states and ministries. And let us not forget the eerie silence about the 41 mysterious deaths in the cash-for-jobs scam (Vyapam scam) of Madhya Pradesh, which include even governor Ram Naresh Yadav’s son.  
 
Will prime minister (PM) Narendra Modi be able to exert enough control to prevent a string of small scams from inflicting major damage? Mr Modi’s worst detractors agree that he is personally honest. But the same was said about Dr Manmohan Singh; and, yet, he presided over the most corrupt governments in recent history. Unlike Dr Singh, Narendra Modi is a leader and not a proxy; he also rules with an iron hand. But that can be a double-edged sword if past indiscretions and newer ones begin to blow up in the media with regularity. 
 
What should worry the BJP’s core of middle-class supporters are some ominous signals that reflect the PM’s apparent lack of respect for institutions and those who head them. A pattern is beginning to emerge and this has nothing to do with BJP wanting its own people in key positions. Consider these examples:
 
Public Sector Banks (PSBs): It is more than a year since the BJP has been in power, but key banks remain headless. At Rs.2.78 lakh crore, the gross non-performing assets of PSBs are a serious problem. There is growing pressure on the government to use taxpayers’ money, once again, to recapitalise them. A shortage of senior officers is also a concern; but the government is in no hurry to complete the appointment process. While banks have remained headless for over a year, the swift appointment of former Bank of India chairman Vijaylaxmi R Iyer as a whole-time member of the insurance regulator less than a month after her retirement has raised eyebrows. Why isn’t the same alacrity shown in appointing even non-executive chairmen at PSBs after the post of chairman and managing director has been bifurcated? It is not even clear what knowledge of insurance she brings to the job. TM Bhasin’s appointment as vigilance commissioner on 9th June is stranger still. While Indian Bank, reeling under bad loans, remains headless, Mr Bhasin, who was its managing director and CEO was allowed to quit and is appointed as the CVC. He was also the chairman of Indian Banks Association. Now, both remain headless. 
 
Central Information Commissioner (CIC): Vijai Sharma, the new CIC has only 179 days to retire. The backlog of cases has mounted to over 40,000, as the post was vacant for over nine months. What is worse, the government filled only one out of four vacancies for the posts of information commissioners when it appointed Sudhir Bhargava. There is no explanation for why it did not find any suitable candidates from over 500 applications. Activists suspect that the PM has never been in favour of the Right to Information (RTI) Act and that is why it is being deliberately weakened. This would be a real pity. If India erupted in anger at the colossal corruption in every walk of life and was swayed by Narendra Modi’s promise of good governance, it is because thousands of empowered citizens used RTI to get facts and expose wrongdoing. A natural corollary to Mr Modi’s election promises would have been to strengthen this institution rather than weaken it.
 
Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC): The appointment of KV Chowdary, former chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), created a furore even within the BJP’s staunch followers. The formidable Ram Jethmalani, once the law minister in a BJP government, was incensed enough to write to the PM about his objection and post his letter on social media. Pointing out that Mr Chowdary faces several inquiries, Mr Jethmalani’s angry missive ended with this flourish: “Now we shall fight it out in the Supreme Court and the court of the people of India. My diminishing respect for you (the PM) ends today.” Well-known advocate Prashant Bhushan has also levelled several charges against the new CVC. 
 
The Film & Television Institute of India (FTII): The controversy over the appointment of Pahlaj Nihalani as chairman of the Censor Board has not even died down when students of FTII have erupted in anger at the appoint of a little-known television actor, Gajendra Chauhan, as chairman of the governing council of FTII. Like with the Censor Board (where even avowedly pro-BJP members are at loggerheads with Mr Nihalani), the issue is not about a political appointment but respect for the institution by appointing the right person to head it. Mr Chauhan is merely known for playing the role of Yudhishtir in the television series Mahabharat. Eminent film-makers correctly say that a prestigious institution like the FTII, which counts some of India’s finest actors and film-makers among its alumni, must be headed by a person of eminence and all round knowledge of film-making. It is not as though the BJP could not find such people even among its supporters. Media reports have pointed out that someone like Anupam Kher or Raj Kumar Hirani (both FTII alumni), if appointed as chairman, would not have angered students or the film fraternity. Incidentally, Mr Nihalani continues to spark new controversies at the Censor Board every few days. 
 
Ironically, and in stark contrast, the government is simultaneously working on an electronic system to streamline the functioning of the appointments committee of the Cabinet headed by the PM. This will monitor vacancies, bring in more transparency and facilitate proper appointment of Union secretaries and directors on the boards of public sector entities. Since the government does not communicate, we are clueless about the strange contradiction in its actions. 
 
Appointing the wrong people to institutions, or failing to fill vacancies, is the path to mistakes and indiscretions. And, when you have a PM who is hands-on and unabashed about centralised decision-making, the buck will only stop at his door. It is possible that you may not have gigantic, UPA-style scams, but the lesson from the Lalit Modi-Swaraj-Raje drama is that even small transgressions flare into a media frenzy, especially as the country heads towards major state-level elections. The PM’s apparent lack of respect for institutions, and those who head them, is worrying

 

(Sucheta Dalal is the managing editor of Moneylife. She was awarded the Padma Shri in 2006 for her outstanding contribution to journalism. She can be reached at [email protected])

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COMMENTS

R Balakrishnan

1 year ago

This PM has a monstrous Ego and cannot stand anyone brighter than himself at the helm of any office. And a control freak. So obvious. One man, to whom three more are important- I , me and myself. Being a glib talker, he has the populace on his side. And as institutions deteriorate, we head towards an autocratic rule. Lok Ayukta be damned

S Hariharan

1 year ago

S Hariharan
S Hariharan 4 seconds ago
Simple... only then an undeclared emergency can flourish without any
hindrance.
Let India be governed, democratically or not at all.
There is at news item "Shah strikes a note of caution on Emergency" (Jun 26), and here's a humble introspection. Indeed, weren't there, then, signs of a clear consensus that Emergency was 'scripted jointly' by Indira Gandhi and JayaPrakash Narayan? The country's premier sociologist, Andre Beteille, Historian Bipan Chandra and scholar Ramchandra Guha agreed that the 'anarchy' that JP was promoting and the 'authoritarianism' of Indira and her son, Sanjay, were the 'two sides of the same coin'. Some others asked whether the saintly JP was justified in 'inciting' the armed forces and the police to disobey the government of the day. When the hammer-blow actually fell, there was dead silence. No wonder, Indira told a confidant: 'Not a dog barked.' While then BJP was calling 'Maunvrat Singh' days as an emergency, now Cong is making same potshots against 'MaunMuni' Modi! Now too, are there bold dogs to bark?
True, reasons are quoted for the changing view of the Emergency today. A very important one is that much more than half the country's population was born after 1975. It knows little about the Emergency and cares even less. Moreover, today NDA with more scams than were there with UPA, aren't we realising that even a Modi government can't be doing the promised 'terrible things' without a formal proclamation of the Emergency or an unclaimed one?
Not only the margadarshan mandal of BJP; Even Amit "Shah strikes a note of caution on Emergency" says the4 news item today! The material fact still holds good that if Indira Gandhi's Emergency proved anything at all, it established that India would be governed, to the extent it can be governed, democratically or not at all.

Rajan Manchanda

1 year ago

PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS

Instead of granting new Bank licences,the banks should be sold off. The Govt will not need to infuse funds,the Npa's will not be a concern and the banks will become efficient like the private sector banks.The staff can be issued part of the equity held by the Govt to over come hurdles of privatizing.The Govt will get funds into it's coffers which can be utilized for housing. The govt can continue to hold SBI for meeting it's social objectives.

If all the bad /stressed loans are to be provided for, may be quite a few bank will go bankrupt.

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LALIT SHAH

In Reply to Rajan Manchanda 1 year ago

If govt. Sold out all PSU than who will land money to those politicians favourite corporate houses and some Run by politicians. Try to find growth in finance ministers you will socked some politicians needs money for theme self and there generation some power Hungary politicians like modi need for staying on powerfull chair and lavishly living style which even any politician live in world ..bolo BHARAT mata ki jai

Bapoo Malcolm

1 year ago

Mr. Lalit Shah,

Would like to read your comment. May we have it in plain English? It seems interesting. Thanks.

Rajan V T

1 year ago

I am/was/will be (? Not sure!!) a fan of Modi, as there seemed to be no alternative! But slowly and surely, am getting disillusioned at the pace of reforms that CAN take place. The usual 'excuse' of many is that we should give them time and not be in a hurry and that vis a vis Congress rule (?) of 60 years, we should wait for 5 years,etc. I wonder why we should keep comparing and call for such a long wait! At least, people in my age group would not live to see a great country, if this is the pace and quality of change (especially wrt to the kind of interest being taken in appointments as you have rightly pointed out Sucheta) we would get to see.

Prakash Bhate

1 year ago

Our state is similar to that of animals in Animal Farm where "Do you want Jones back?" was the rallying cry of the pigs whenever they wanted to justify their dubious actions.

thulasi reddy

1 year ago

Madam Sucheta dalal garu,

Thank you for the new insight on the PM. I SHALL COME BACK TO YOU at your email id.

thank you.

thulasi reddy. bangolore.

webkitendfullscreen

1 year ago

After everything's said and done here you have to note that it is the job of the fourth pillar and intellectual society who understand governance to keep pointing out the flaws in the system. That is a job which needs to be undertaken seriously. It is regardless of whether you are largely satisfied or dissatisfied with it. Society moves ahead when there is constant polarisation of views. When it's a unipolar society we are then a society of bigots and it's time to flee.

Gupta

1 year ago

All that is said here may be true and fair... but we need to get rid of this temptation of coming so easily to the conclusion that "which only show that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was hardly different from the Congress and its allies". Time and again, Congress has used this as a strategy to paint others black because they know they cannot paint themselves white. It is upto to sensible people to differentiate between a President of a party getting caught with a Rs. 1 lakh bribe and another party's small minister doing a 2 lakh crore scam. Amazing how all these people are so easily placed in the same basket. Which leads people to say.... ok, let's give the power in the hands of the default owners of India, the Gandhis. Let one more generation of theirs plunder India... after all, any other politician will also loot India. It is Gandhis who killed the roots of this country right after independence and left so much muck around to clean that it will take decades for any sincere soul to get any results and meanwhile he will always be attempted to be painted black by the establishment, whether it is Modi or anyone else. Let's give people a chance for change.

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LALIT SHAH

In Reply to Gupta 1 year ago

Cheack all BJP-RSS PEOPLES GROWTH IN WEALTH INCREASED 100 TO 500 % IN LAST 13 MONTH
yesterday READ SOMEWHERE THAT F.M.'S WEALTH INCREASED 338%
YISE KIYA KAHOGE ?
CUMOUT OF HINDU-MUSLIM MINDSET THINK OF NATIONAL AND COMMON MAN INTREST

LALIT SHAH

In Reply to Gupta 1 year ago

Do you think crores ki chori chori hey aur 1 lakh ki chori chori nahi right.
Modi wear 15 Lakh's suit. Still today sayad Amitabh Vachan ne ki Adani Ambani me Se kisine bhi nahi pehna HOGA .Aur WOH 4.30 crores me lene wale ko kaise jamin land me 50 Se 500 crores ka fayda kar diya gaya. Ab YIS desh ko Arvind jaise saaf admi ki zaroorat hey

TIHARwale

1 year ago

Only fools will trust NaMo when he put Smriti Irani as HRD Minister. also Lalit Modi has made it clear even if one hair his is plucked then Arun Jaitley will also be made to give company inside TIHAR so Lalit Modi will not step into India. Do u think London police will hold on Lalit Modi even for a minute if NaMo Govt issues a Red Corner Notice for Lalit Modi this will not happen because then Amit Shah will also cool heels inside TIHAR

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LALIT SHAH

In Reply to TIHARwale 1 year ago

absolute right

LALIT SHAH

1 year ago

YSSE HI TRANSPERANCY KAHETE HE
KHATA NAHI AUR HAMMARE SIWAI KISSI KO KAHNE DETA NAHI

Ravi Panchapakesan

1 year ago

PJ Thomas for cvc....where where u...audacity to comment saying weakening of institutions it seems....

PRAKASH D. BASRUR

1 year ago

We Indians are well-known for our emotional quirks and cumulatively it gets into a national hyseteria in the form of Indian media outbursts ! We have lost the significance of "Breaking News" because every news item has become a "Breaking News" due to our over-sensitivity !
We , as a nation , have forgotten the very fact that the roots of "Breaking News" invariably fo back to 65 years' brute majority rule of Congress Party! So much so that nobody cares to go back into the facts of cases such as LAMO's ,i.e. Lalit Modi was a crony of Sharad Pawar who under UPA shielded him most ! Even the TRP hungry media fails to analyse the background of a "Breaking News" as to the root cause of the TRP news in the limelight ! UPA govt. could have moved matters , but for Sharad Pawar's backing to LAMO , during their regime when LAMO "ran away" to UK during day light !
If one sincerely analyzes , TRP and Arnab's Kangaroo courts on TV apart, any such "Breaking News" item then one always ends up with a thought that the roots of all such mishaps date back to the 65 years' so called "Democratic" ( brute majority ) rule of the one and the only Congress Party !

Dahyabhai S Patel

1 year ago

Mr. Modi had proclaimed when he was Gujarat CM (called himself as Common Man) that, "hu' khaaTo naThee ( I do not take bribe) ane khaavaa deTo naThee (nor allowing others to take it). Would any body elaborate why he did not appoint Lokaayukt for 9 years, spent tax payers'Rs.45 crores to fight the case in courts and to lose the same and did not want CAG reports to be discussed in Vidhansabha? Whom he was protecting?

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PRAKASH D. BASRUR

In Reply to Dahyabhai S Patel 1 year ago

Dayabhai ! You seem to have an old axe to grind against Mody ! Do you , that too as a Patel , expect Gujarat or for that matter India to have a 12th "Avatar" as a CM/PM so as to be a "Bhagwan" ?
Today India , after 65 long years of mis-rule by one "Family" , has become a "Mahabharat" of dirty politics with a Shakunimama (Pawar ?) , Duryodhana (Rahul?) and so on !
I am not saying there is a birth of "Sri Krishna" due to "Yada Yadasi Dharmasya" ! But there is a ray of hope and let us not kill it instantly with our extra-ordinary "Freedom of Speech" ! Let us hope the situation , 67 years after independence , has not become so bad as to use "Sudarshan Chakra"!

PRAKASH D. BASRUR

In Reply to Dahyabhai S Patel 1 year ago

Dayabhai ! You seem to have an old axe to grind against Mody ! Do you , that too as a Patel , expect Gujarat or for that matter India to have a 12th "Avatar" as a CM/PM so as to be a "Bhagwan" ?
Today India , after 65 long years of mis-rule by one "Family" , has become a "Mahabharat" of dirty politics with a Shakunimama (Pawar ?) , Duryodhana (Rahul?) and so on !
I am not saying there is a birth of "Sri Krishna" due to "Yada Yadasi Dharmasya" ! But there is a ray of hope and let us not kill it instantly with our extra-ordinary "Freedom of Speech" ! Let us hope the situation , 67 years after independence , has not become so bad as to use "Sudarshan Chakra"!

Dahyabhai S Patel

1 year ago

Mrs. Sucheta, I totally disagree with you on "Mr Modi’s worst detractors agree that he is personally honest. " Is it possible to get the topmost position bypassing so many stalwarts without the use of coloured monies, collected through and supplied to parent organization and party funds, from industrialists, collectors, commissioners etc. You might be knowing about Mr. Luke who revived GACL and GSFC and his whereabouts now and the plight of the company called GSPC which is going to be merged with Gujarat Gas! You also must be knowing about the Ahmedabad Metro and Sanjay Gupta!

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LALIT SHAH

In Reply to Dahyabhai S Patel 1 year ago

personaly honest my foot

he ware 15 lakh suit which brought by lalji @4.30 crores and lalji benifited in land which was in fix
what do u say now

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