Friday, 4 March 2016

COMMENTS RECEIVED ON MY BOOK ‘A FRAUD IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION’ AND MY REPLY

After publication of the book, ‘A FRAUD IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION’ I received many comments in the positive. At the same time I also received some negative comments. I do not want to comment on positive ones, but I would like mention below some of the comments received and my reply to them because some of you may also have the same comment in your mind.
COMMENT-1
Serving in a organisation and kept mum and on retirement roaring is not a sign of Hippocrates.
MY REPLY:
At least read the preface of the book which is freely available in www.amazon.in upto 2nd chapter.You will get the answer. From the tone of writing, I think you are badly affected.
In an anger, I think you have not even read the caption of this posting itself. Otherwise you would not have raised this foolish question which is already in the caption. To repeat it, "This is my own story - fighting against corruption/scams while in service. Quit the job to publish this book to expose the hurdles I faced while working in the India Government Service."
COMMENT-2
There is nothing new in organised scams. This was started immediately after independence. Political Boss and top Bureaucratic Bosses looted the wealth of the country and there was not a single year without scam until today.
MY REPLY:
Sir, I do not agree with your comments. First of all, there are traces to the effect that even during the period of Chanakya, there were cases of corruption. Further, there are some Birbal stories narrating corruption incidents from the days Mughal Emperor Akbar. So it was there in India before independence also. It is true that it has increased after independence. But does it justify its recurrence? Similarly, theft, murder, rape, etc. were even existing since time immemorial. So there is nothing special about these also?
COMMENT-3
Story of a dissident and frustrated ex-employee. Such employees are in each organisation.
MY REPLY:
Yes, you are correct. I already admitted this fact in the preface to the book and specifically in concluding part of chapter 1 that such people are very rare in Government service and at the most not more than 30% of the entire work force. I think you have not read it. Up to 2 chapters can be read freely in www.amazon.in and also in www.amazon.com ( go to the link: http://www.amazon.in/FRAUD-IN-THE-INDIAN-CONSTITUTION-ebook/dp/B00SQKTADY and click ‘LOOK INSIDE’ button. Then you can read from cover page to 2nd chapter free on your screen). Those who had read the book appreciated it and encouraged to come with the next part. Those who have not read it is commenting in the negative.

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