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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Karan-Arjun with a twist !!

Have a look at this interview of our Honourable HRD Minister Arjun Singh.

Like the coward that he is, Arjun Singh chose to hide behind "Its-a-parliament-Decision-I-Cant-do-anything" and "This-is-under-consideration-and-hence-cant-reveal-this" Veil. This has to rank as one of the worst interviews given by any politician in India.

In these tumultous times, what was expected of India's HRD minister was to give a Sensible Rationale for Reservation and his actions regarding it . Instead, what we get is this load of crap from him. He comes across as a bull-headed and stubborn person who has taken the decision just for the heck of it. He didn't even know the statistics on which the decision was made. Strange, with the issue burning right across India, atleast now he could have taken the pains to find some facts . Of course, what facts and figures the parliament had in mind is only known to them . Here, Arjun Singh, conviniently chooses to ignore all facts which are inconvinient to him and his agenda.

Two members of knowledge commission have resigned. Will this have some influence on our soporific government. I doubt it ! Yet the world lives on Hope.

3 Comments:

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    By Blogger camelpost, at May 24, 2006 8:33 AM  

  • our politicians r so poltroon and week in their values...bloody they even dnt know the stats and still harping on the reservation fact...even they shud be thrown out of their posts...i m really concerned now when i have seen the Delhi ET edition of 23rd May that the quota for OBCs is gonna start from June,07 session...i thought i shud have taken admission in MBA last year only so that i cud have saved myself from this cut-throat...

    By Blogger Harry, at May 24, 2006 10:30 AM  

  • Thats pretty much true harry . I think we all should move out of India :)

    By Blogger Phooka, at May 24, 2006 11:20 AM  

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