Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Unforgettable moment? Or compensation?

Events add up in memory. And reach till a boiling point. Like number addition.
The latest grid failure is an unforgettable moment. All the people have to be suitably compensated with money. But in India there is no compensation. They make it an unforgettable event.
People boil with rage due to power breaks and sometimes pick stones for pelting on government employees and buildings. The politicians say when electricity comes back everything will become thanda.
Buddhadeb has said that even the President has admitted that development does not trickle down from up. Maybe true. But what trickles down from up is playing politics.


sm said...

slaves do not have any rights and they do not get compensation

Kirtivasan said...

But one must not forget history. Delhi sultans. They were mini moghuls in some respects.
A woman became a ruler.Music fluorished.River plains became agricultural land. And . . . a slave became a king. Balban, I think.

Destination Infinity said...

If the few people responsible for the breakdown were fired or transferred to remote locations, others might be careful in the future.

Destination Infinity

Kirtivasan said...

Yeah DI. Sometimes I feel like Bajaj, Kidwai, Jain, Mahalingam, Chatterjee and other businessmen should join and start loans at negative rate of interest.
To . . . . force voluntary retirement.

Bikramjit said...

True what you say .. but then in our great nation its like who cares..

in all the history no one ever gets fired for doing anything wrong especially if its a politician or some heads of companies


Kirtivasan said...

Thanks, Bikramjit.