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SOMETHING to write about in a hurry. The firing of Y. T. Tejaswi Reddy, Chairman and Managing Director of Indian Oil Corporation is one of the most unfortunate and out of the order things to happen. Whatever the reason(s) for it, my heart goes out to him.
Nothing good can come out of a dark place. Sometimes there is no way to go back, but what you need to do is to make sure you don’t go that way again, or see that it is the only way out of a situation that’s threatening your very existence.
The way he left, leaves me wondering what kind of a person he is. My thoughts are not restricted to one way of thinking. Many people have given their opinion on what really happened, some say he was dismissed because he was refusing to clean the list of corrupt politicians who were in his pay. Afterall he is a Dalit and he might have been blackmailed to clean the list. Well, this is not fair to the victims of the alleged corrupt politicians. It’s not as if politicians have not suffered in the past. They do have their share. I think people are still scarred of politicians lying and cheating on their promises to the public. It’s time we come clean and be held accountable for all of the dishonesty that we have displayed in the past, not that we don’t deserve a second chance.
But before that we must look at how the past has shaped our present. I know some of us feel that I should forgive and forget, and move on. Well, I think it’s important to keep a record of all those who are brazen enough to cheat and destroy the future of the country, without any accountability. We need to have a one-way mirror to tell them to leave politics for good.
I could see a lot of people with a wide range of thoughts and emotions, but I can assure you, I’m not the least bit surprise that the government that we voted for, won. Yes, there was a reason, but it’s not always about the reason.
Politics is a dirty game. Very often, it becomes about who can be the worst, and how can the people pay for that? A lot of people think that getting rid of him (YTR) will restore the value of the rupee and bring down inflation. He has a reputation of being the costliest.
He has the credit card for everything, and he’s not afraid of spending. When the trend of inflation was running at 35%, he 0b46394aab