OFF THE RECORD review on some of todays headlines…
1. Langda Tyagi in SRA is a headache for all….
Well the following story is a perfect example how unity works in bureaucracy. Co-op department is no different. Not all, but 90% of the bogus & most corrupt department officials do take good care of each other in Co-op. SRA of Mumbai is no different. Anyways, to cut long story short, one bureaucrat in Collector office somewhere around Mumbai is so irritated and tired of his/her bogus corrupt boss, that he/she has gone out of the way (even though the tenure is over) for immediate transfer, wherein he/she was eligible for getting an extension. He/She has knocked on to the top bosses at the CMO for which he/she has been obliged and been given a new posting as Deputy Collector at the SRA, Mumbai, claim sources. Now the post he/she is leaving because of his/her alleged bogus, most corrupt, third grade officer, who is a promotee IAS and belongs to the Co-op Dept. He/She did not budge to any of this most corrupt officer tactics nor did he/she signed any paper or file which had corrupt intentions of the boss. You all know if your deputy is not with you, mental harassment is just the beginning. Hence he/she asked her known faces at the CMO for immediate transfer. Now is the real fun. SRA also has one of this most corrupt bureaucrat’s (of Collector office around Mumbai) chamcha of the Co-op Dept at a good post in Mumbai SRA. This chamcha has the audacity to fill ears of his boss with all the possible negative feedback about this new incoming officer. But I have heard or what I know of senior & seasoned bureaucrat IAS Deepak Kapoor, he wouldn’t fall for these tactics of “bitching”. He is a no nonsense bureaucrat with work as his top priority and also at the same time he is the one who believes in calling spade a spade. What this chamcha did & am sure to whosoever he is bragging to (that I will not allow this new officer to join), that the new incoming officer was a very troublesome factor at the collector office and to his master. He/She was corrupt but the master was honest & clean as River Ganga….HAHAHA….The whole wide world knows that whom the chamcha is calling an honest officer, that itself is a joke that can last for a lifetime for all the officers at the Collector office, around Mumbai. Chamche, how about not acting like a women and indulging in Gossip? Saala Langda Tyagi….By the way this Chamcha himself occupying the second most important chair at SRA is also not eligible for the post. It is an additional burden on his tired legs…
2. Dhananjay Mundhe tapes episode at House today..
Whole of Vidhan Bhavan today is only talking about Dhananjay Munde. The firebrand leader of Opposition is surely made a scapegoat. There is no conclusive evidence that Munde was even in the phone conversation that the channel has aired. But one thing I did not understand was the stand Ajit Pawar took in the Assembly…Instead of giving an explanation or asking for a debate, Pawar straight away asked for inquiry in the matter himself…I mean Dhananjay Munde is a leader of your party….At least try and defend him…..I’ll tell you, in this politics nah, never stand behind a donkey and in front of Sharad Pawar…Laath pakki hai boss…anyways, the recorded conversation CD’s episode is the next week’s agenda in the House. Now a CD wherein PA of Rural Development Minister asking for Rs. 50 lakhs bribe has been a point of discussion in the Upper House.
3. Mahesh Tapase, only you have the spine!
What’s wrong with NCP? Is the old Nawab Malik the only face left with them as spokesperson? Please promote Tapase as the chief spokesperson. Nawab bhai only talks to selected media…Tapase is young, knows his languages, and is much more presentable than any of his contemporaries at the party. And to top it, he is a hardcore karyakarta of Saheb….Always when Uddhav Thackrey made a statement of not even watching clandestinely the most watched interview of Sharad Pawar by Raj Thackrey, only Mahesh Tapase had the guts to answer back Uddhav..He had a very valid point to make. He said even if Uddhav did not watch, many of the Sainiks were glued to their TV’s and yes, he did say –not all leaders are as great as their mentors. Kya baat hai!!
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