The recent address of Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik and senior state bureaucrat Ganesh Naik exposes how bureaucracy works in nexus with politicians often to fool public. The elite and the distinguished are words that can perfectly describe the names present for the IMC Foundation Celebrations at Vashi. And amidst this gathering, the unspoken and untold stories came out quite naturally by the dignitaries. Some confessions that exposed how bureaucracy often works in nexus with politicians – almost making fun of the general public. And that a royal politician bureaucrat nexus exists was exposed when R C Sinha – senior state bureaucrat confessed about an incident when Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik was state opposition leader and he was CIDCO Managing Director. At that time, when R C Sinha was going to take action in a case that he refused to divulge, Ganesh Naik asked him to wait for three days so that Ganesh Naik could leave for the Nagpur session and then would not be approachable to anyone. And after R C Sinha took action, Ganesh Naik would take out a morcha against him. R C Sinha’s statement is an example of how bureaucrats and politicians always work in nexus with each other and often fool the public. It also proves that political stunts and gimmicks exist in the system. On the other hand, Ganesh Naik endorsed what R C Sinha said about him and praised the officer for supporting him throughout his tenure. And if you heard stories about capitalists funding politicians during elections – even these were endorsed by the Minister himself when he narrated how he gets calls from industrialists including the Ambanis for campaigning during elections. Though both politicians and bureaucrats are directly related to the common man as politicians is elected after a common man’s mandate and the common man’s tax forms the salaries of the bureaucrats but unfortunately both exploit the same common man for each others vested interest. With cameraperson Abhay Prasad, Zeba Warsia for NMTV News.
September 15, 2008
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