A Deputy Commissioner of Police(DCP) in the National Capital Region(NCR) has committed suicide. He has left a suicide note alleging blackmail by a Station House Officer(SHO) and a journalist. The SHO is a Muslim. He fast-tracked himself to promotion from constable to SHO, perhaps using the techniques which ultimately ensnared the DCP also and placed him in a situation in which he could be blackmailed. Hindi papers of the area are also hinting at a “woman.”
Most of the Indian bureaucracy has become like that: hungry for bribe money, associating themselves with all sorts of shadowy characters in the process. When easy money comes, it soon starts getting splurged on women floating in the corridors of power for this purpose only, more often than not from the oldest profession.
Hindus have contracted money-rabies. Like mad, they are running after money. No morals, no scruples, no caution, no shame, no honour only money. Means, not an issue. Source, not an issue.
Babus soon become amenable to blackmail. If India is chained against a petty mafia gang masquerading as a religion, corruption is the main cause. Muslims specialise in the bribe game: even as they rule our cities as mafia dons, they make sure that the babus’ cut is never late.
Hindus have contracted money-rabies. Like mad, they are running after money. No morals, no scruples, no caution, no shame, no honour only money. Means, not an issue. Source, not an issue. You want to smuggle RDX, no issue, just make sure our cut reaches us. You want to love-jihad a 12-year-old Hindu girl, no issue, just make sure our cut reaches us.
And in the end, Hindus lose everything, including money, and life. India remains one of the poorest places on the planet, per capita.
Honesty and integrity are not empty words. Not hollow philosophy. They are life itself. Only honesty and integrity make life, and prosperity, possible.
Indian bureaucracy needs to step back, take a deep breath, and ask itself: to what cockroachhood they have reduced themselves to.
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