Friday, May 10, 2013

Role OF Flattery And Bribery In Promotion AND Posting

Many Bansal Titled Persons had been Picked Up For Various  Key Posts during the tenure of Mr. Pawan Bansal in Finance and In Railway Ministry--This Happens In India Only---Promotion depends On Flattery AND Bribery to A Great Extent.  If CBI dares initiate investigation into promotion process of all public sector banks, the startling scam in promotion will surface and many key bankers will be exposed. Let us see what happens in future. 

At least one point is crystal clear that as long as Person like Manmohan Singh IS PM of the country, corruption cannot be checked, terrorism cannot be contained, price rise cannot be controlled, and foreign enemy may fearlessly intrude into Indian Territory and what not. In the age of flattery and bribery, persons like Lalu, Nitish , Thakre did  not stop in putting crown of honesty on the head of Pawan Bansal even after the expose of Bribery in Railway General Manager's episode.

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As a matter of fact, as long as a person is in power, majority of persons prefer worshiping and flattery to such powerful person and very few dare speaking bitter truth and negligibly few has courage to say spade a spade. Lalu was treated as Master in Management as long as he was in power despite his involvement in Chara Ghotala.

In Indian context, if a person or group or a company or an organization has to get a work done from any government office or bank, he has to first develop 'SETTING' in that department. It is by way of Setting only that Vadra could grab hundreds of plots of land and Khemka could be transferred to shunting place and insignificant post. There are hundreds of officials in banks or in the administration where honest IAS officers and IPS officers are subjected to torture and humiliation by top bosses if they prefer sticking to their honesty and law abiding characteristics. In the name of merit , corrupt ministers and corrupt powerful officials do not hesitate in rape of merit .

Setting means to have good relation with a few staff of that department. Setting Staff may be a peon, a manager, an executive or departmental head or the officials of concerned ministry or powerful politicians who has close relation with that department. 

Relation is first initiated directly or indirectly through some middlemen through flattery and then developed by bribery. Flattery and bribery taken together forms the master key which can open any strong lock.

Bribery may be of three types depending on the nature and character of the person with whom setting has to be developed. These three powerful weapons are WINE, WEALTH and WOMAN called as WWW in public domain. And When www is applied on any minister or department head, indications of success in ill-motivated task are received through invisible signals emanating from lip movement, eye posture, facial expression and sometimes by verbal concurrence of the powerful persons .Bribe reaches the targeted person in several way and in ninety percent of the cases, bribe taker does not leave any evidence behind. Bribe game is played in a very clever way and for this one does not need any MBA degree. This is why person like Pawan Bansal and his blind followers and flatters boldly say that Pawan Bansal is innocent.

Every common men knows very well that it is not easy to get his work done in any government department without having setting in that office with someone or the other. If setting is lacking, one may run from pillar to post for years together, but there is no guarantee that his or her work will be done.

When the work is not done in lawful and proper manner, the common men develops frustration and become ready to use any improper or illegal ways to achieve success in his target work. Though there are many banners, quotations painted on walls of the office, hoardings, preaching, giving the message that honesty is the best policy, but the bitter truth is that dishonesty is the best policy in Indian context.

If a person has to take a loan of say a few lac of rupees from a bank he will first develop relation with and then motivate a field officer or loan officer. He has to development similar relation with Branch head if the loan sought is to the tune of a few crores of rupees. He has to develop good relation with Regional Head or Circle Head Or Zonal Head if his requirement of loan in more than 10 or 20 crores and he has to have good rapport with a few General Manager, Deputy General Manager , Executive Director or CMD posted in Head Office, Minister, RBI Officials etc  if the loan requirement is to the tune of hundreds of crores of rupees. 

Similarly to get a Low Income Certificate a person has to buy a staff of Circle office and to get a pollution free certificate an industrialist has to buy a staff of Pollution department. One has to motivate a drug inspector if he has to start business in medicine. And so on....

Without SETTING, it is hard nut to crack. One has to be a good manager and a good manipulator than to be a good performer a perfect law abiding citizen 

Many positive minded persons or who are supporter of corrupt culture will always try to blame the bribe giver. He never accepts the theory that a bribe giver offers bribe only under compulsion and never by choice. Bribe giver has very little options if he has to get his work done in legal and proper way.

But bribe taker has the power and expertise in art of taking bribe and he forces the common men to succumb to his delaying tactics and become ready to blindly follow the bribe culture. When the head of any office corrupt, entire team is tuned to that culture and very smoothly paper moves with the lubricant of bribe and flattery.

Pawan Bansal is not an isolated example of flattery and bribery, the bitter truth is that the culture is prevalent in all Ministries and in all departments. 
CBI, CVC, Anti corruption Bureau etc all are follower of the same culture. 

I however salute Mr. Ranjit Sinha ,Director CBI who has at least made an historic example in 65 years of freedom by forcing two ruling and powerful ministers to submit his resignation. But the real remedy does not lie in only resignation, but on real and severest punishment to such ministers so that message may enter into minds of every evil doer. 

I have been writing for year together that  if any government or any departmental head has to make his office corruption free, he has to and he must ensure by his action that flattery and bribery has go no value . Rules and laws are to be framed in such a way that it abolished all scope of discrimination. 

Arvind Kejriwal, Kiren Bedi ,Anna Hazare and Ramdeo like persons did a lot during last two three years to make CBI free from clutches of Government  and for establishment of strong Jan Lokpal but unfortunately they  were targeted by government officials and none of the politicians came boldly in favour of their movement. Arvind Team rightly claim that if strong Lokpal is set up, most of ministers will be sent to jail. And the officers of many departments will face the same music of Strong Jan Lokpal. If India is to be saved , the people of India and specially the politicians have to understand the value of ethics and to make all efforts to enforce the principles of justice for common men.

Pawan Kumar Bansal is a honest person: Lalu
Patna: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Sunday backed Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, saying he is a "honest person" and that his nephew could have misused his proximity to him. 

"Bansal is an honest person (Bansal ek imandar wyakti hain)," the former Railway minister told reporters here. His kin could have taken advantage of their proximity to him as it so happens in public life, he said. 

Relatives do misuse their proximity with ministers, Prasad said. 

Bansals' firms received Rs 60 crore loans after confidante became Canara Bank director

CHANDIGARH: Firms owned by the Bansal family, including the railway minister's wife, sons and a tainted nephew, received a flow of loans from Canara Bank, amounting to at least Rs 60 crore, after Pawan Bansal installed the family auditor and his sons' business partner, Sunil Gupta, as a director with Canara Bank in 2007. Bansal was Union minister of state for finance when Gupta was appointed.

The flip-side of Bansal: Thriving black market of government jobs

Ex-Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, and at least one of his many nephews, deserves our thanks for having brought to our attention a very special but rarely discussed perversion of the Indian state: sale of government jobs. The official who had allegedly committed to pay a handsome consideration for a railway board job was participating in a flourishing market that offers — for the right price — many jobs across almost all government departments, including some types of military and policeposts, and at central as well as state levels.

Moral outrage, of course, won't kill the market. Neither will investigative agencies. Like all flourishing black markets, the incentives for buyers and sellers of government jobs are high enough to accommodate the downside of occasional arrest. Black markets get killed fastest when supply increases dramatically: there's no black market in phones any more but there's still one in LPG cylinders; the supply of the latter is still erratic and short of true market demand.

But can the market where the Bansal nephew was operating with so much elan be killed by increasing supply? Not really. The jobs that are usually for sale are, by the very nature of the government, limited in number. If there were 10 posts of member (electrical) in the railway board, presumably the job will be less attractive. But you can't have 10 such jobs. Neither can you indefinitely increase, say, the supply of jobs at the entry levels of military and police, even though many poor young Indians stump up substantial amounts of cash for these sarkari naukris.

Killing the black market for government jobs will require deeper, more complicated changes. Two kinds of attractions define a saleable government job. Either, and typically these are relatively senior-level jobs, there's money to be made from abuse of discretionary powers. Or, and this applies to lower-level jobs, a government job is simply the only option available to certain kinds of applicants and is, therefore, extremely valuable.
For the first kind of jobs, the black market will be killed only if governments change how they spend large amounts of public money. Why would a railway official be willing to pay five or Rs 10 crore for a railway board jobthat, however senior the post, offers government-scale salaries? Because the return on his investment is guaranteed through his control over certain kinds of railway procurement. Making all government procurements transparent enough so that officials have far fewer discretionary opportunities is not difficult — in theory. In practice, it's pretty much impossible because such a reform, if applied seriously and on a wide scale, will attack the very foundations of the current Indian state, which is basically a quasi-socialist, quasi-criminal system. And this state sits on a very expensive-to-run electoral democracy.

Think about it: why do nephews of ministers or close aides of ministers get into this black market? Because it has participation from, as they say, the highest levels of our governments, both in the Centre and in states. Therefore, the first kind of black market can be tackled if we have less socialism — but our political-administrative class is having too good a time running a quasi-socialist state.

The second kind of black market — government jobs that are attractive because they are the only kind of jobs available for certain groups of Indians — can be tackled if we have morecapitalism. Police and military entry-level jobs, for example, are so prized by young village men because for love or money, there are no private sector jobs.

Till there's a huge expansion of factory floor jobs, poorly educated, poor young men from, say, UP or Bihar will gladly pay a bribe to become a constable or a jawan. If we can't have less socialism, can we at least have more capitalism?

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