Jayant Bhandar writes: When I once went to visit a public sector electricity-generation plant in New Delhi, one of their top officers told me this: “I dump the ash (the residue from burning coal) in the river, I do not pay the railways for delivery of the coal, I do not pay the coal company, and I will keep running it this way.” Forget about the so-called charitable thoughts of public servants, I could not believe that I was talking to a human being. He was corrupt and irresponsible to the core. FULL ARTICLE
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