Friends – This is in response to my write-up on same subject dated 01 July, 2018. This was responded to with negative comments as well as very harsh responses. All are highly appreciated and respected.
A- Bank Nationalization – this was the biggest economic reform of its time. There might have been some teething problems at the initial stages. Which are expected in any big decision of this kind. But the whole thing made the banking at the door steps of the common men. Once during the 90’s when economic reforms were brought in a good number of foreign banks came in and this brought in competitive banking. Having dealt with foreign banks as well as public sector banks I have no hesitation in saying that SBI has excelled in all banking activities.
B- A friend of mine commented “Chamcha Giri Chodo” Don’t talk politics it is very bad. I ask “Chamcha Giri of Who” More then 40 years spent in uniform where the solemn word was “HARD WORK, KNOWLEDGE, and PRROFESTIONALISM.” Those friends who could not with stand the organizational pressure decided to leave for greener pastures. Though it was call of the time. One may not be in politics but has to remain politically vigilant and alive. Don’t We Vote ? We excise our choice of party and the candidate in a confidential manner, isn’t this Politics ?
C- An observer mentioned about half a dozen names of probable PM’s. May be none of them find a place to become the PM but don’t for get the system throws in anybody. We have had Morar Ji Desai, Charan Singh, Chandra Shekhar, VP Singh, I K Gujral, even Devi Gowda reached the position of PM. No body lasted what to say of full tenure, Some of them didn’t even the face the parliament. Our country has seen many challenges and capable of facing them.
Comment : The divisive, disruptive and destructive policies can not be supported. Truth hurts and absolute truth makes one wonky. Our activity has to be with in the defined parameters of our CONSTITUTION. The pre amble is very articulative on the subject.
Wake up India, Stakes are high, are we the people of India Vigilant.