Please hold your tongue—yes, we, the rank and file of India, are one with the stern attitude of our most revered Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi. Their bold steps are likely to put an end to the entire rumor.
It is really very much humiliating that the great leaders like Sheila Dikshit, Delhi chief minister and Suresh Kalmadi, chairman, organizing committee of CWG are at daggers drawn over the issues of corruptions where either of them practically no part to play had.
They were evidently extremely busy with the entire aspects that made each of the events along with the opening and closing ceremonies the most outstanding one. We can not understand why they should be held more accountable for corruption in hosting of the Commonwealth Games. Didn’t they sacrifice being out of breath before the commencement of the great enterprise?
Well, Rs 61 crore allegedly incurred on the expenditure of building a bus depot across the Millenium Park, and that of over Rs 700 crore incurred on the renovation of Connaught Place are definitely not surprising. What the bloody hell to do with these national properties! Practically any scam has had nothing to do ever when the things are set well in motion. When we have no way but to use carpet to decorate our well furnished building, it is quite likely that there will be dust underneath.
Excuse me; everybody should try to make money out of such unusual ventures like Commonwealth Games. Actually how little they keep for themselves! They give away almost the total amount disbursed among the public during election to win over and get better birth. After all, the great politicians must survive to make the difference between rich and poor so that peace and poverty live side by side to help the party in power rule the country. How silly all these gossips are!
Dear Prime Minister, please stop these dirty games. We are accustomed to witness and enjoy top to bottom of such noble attempts. Our fates are sealed at the hands of the great politicians not only in India, but everywhere around this beautiful planet. Of course, you are well aware of the consequence of these investigations. You have, indeed, no way but to white wash the obligation raised by the opposite parties.
One thing to add. Why don’t you realize that there is music in every noise and we, the poor, always listen to that and try to live honestly? Gradually, we are becoming intelligent and some day we would be able to stop the game initially. Would you kindly help us to be more and more educated in every village? Let India shine to necessitate each country around her enjoy sunny morning.