Friday, November 12, 2010

Ek tha A. Raja

Although Rahul Gandhi and A. Raja don’t look gay icons, I can’t fathom UPA government’s obsession with A. Raja.

While the whole world may be boggling with the kind of figure (before you open your mouth, it’s about money figure, and not Katarina Kaif’s curves) involved in allocating 2G spectrum to service providers, the congress for the fear of Government collapse is protecting A. Raja in the same vigor Mithun would show while protecting his sister getting molested in some [insert-name-here] movie.

Mr. Rahul Gandhi (who has been diagnosed with the disease called ‘selective memory’ where a person forgets/remembers the things conveniently) who always goes gaga with the congress principles and ethics seems to be hidden under momma’s saree ka pallu when anything unpleasant thing happens with congress men.

Coming back to Hero (I will address A. Raja as ‘hero’ during the remainder of the post - without any particular reason) again....
In the classic defense of himself, the Hero quotes that "We followed the 1999 telecom policy while giving 2G licences". It just doesn’t make any sense at all to sell the licenses in 2008 based on prices in 2001, does it Mr. Hero? If you think so - then for the fuck’s sake you should settle on the salary in 2001 and deny the recent proposed salary hike in 2010.

We are fortunate enough as the Hero didn’t follow policies in 1899 in his previous birth before his re-incarnation in this century; else the money figure involved in scam would have been difficult to handle even for 64-bit CPUs.

This is the most appropriate example of how a government servant with full authority but no accountability can screw the government itself. In bollywood language it’s like jis thali mein khana khata hai usi mein chhed karta hai

The hero goes on saying that ‘She (Jayalalithaa) has no moral right to speak on this.
Okay, by which logic, just because Lady Khali (Jayalalithaa) did some wrong (okay, many wrong) things during her tenure, makes you any less culprit in the 2G scam? You are still 1000% responsible for causing a loss of Rs.170,000 crore to the national exchequer.

As per one more news 'Allegedly the telecom department had followed the policy of first-come-first-serve basis in the allocation of 2G spectrum licenses.'  Is this a mundane PMC bus-stand or goddamnit railway station where you followed the first-come-first-serve rule, Mr. Hero? I’m not sure if you have any daughters and if you have – by god I just hope you would not follow the same rule for their marriage.

Abhi bhi waqt hai sudhar jao, hero. If you still have got some shame, then please resign yourself for the sake of congress’s fucking image at least.

The country no doubt will be on losing end despite the arrival of 3G, 4G, 5G and….[n]G technologies in future unless we get rid of moronic RajaG.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Dear, u keep getting better
    all the best

    Thanks

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