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Author – Speaker – Columnist
For every law, there is a loophole. Those who have interest in exploitation exploit it to the hilt. Only very clever people, who have scant regard for the law, do it. That law is not possible to frame or conceive a law which meets all the contingencies. It is for the Government to be wary of the corrupt, be they our countrymen or our neighbours and stay two steps ahead of them. The fact is the Government is always two steps behind. Exploiters do their dirty work and disappear. We are never the wiser. Government starts acting only when the damage has been done.
Contradictions are galore in our polity. A court sentences a former Prime Minister and a Home Minister on corruption charges. They are still given an impressive cavalcade, when they arrive to go to jail term. The law provides Special Protection Group cover to the former Ministers and their families, even though they are disgraced. It is only in India where we continue to lionise the criminals and give them wide media coverage, even after they have brought shame to themselves, to the high offices they held, and to the country. Why should the common honest taxpayer be made to pay for the security to such people who have been proved guilty and convicted by the Court? If there is any danger, and if such people still apprehend threats or danger to themselves, give them security by all means, but at their own cost. When one time top leader of the country gets convicted of corruption charges, it takes a lot of time to improve and better Nation’s negative image. Valiant efforts are needed for damage control.
JOGINDER SINGH, now a well known author and columnist for several National and States newspapers, joined Indian Police Service in 1961, in his first attempt at the eligible age of 20. He has served in his Karnataka cadre and Government of India, in several capacities, including the last high profile job of Director, CBI, India (Equivalent of FBI of USA). He has authored 29 books so far and some of them have been published in all Indian languages as well as in Bhasha Indonesia. His books include the magnus opus, “Inside CBI” and his autobiography “Without Fear And Favour”, apart from books on the contemporary conditions in India, like Inside India, Inside Indian Police (Both Hindi and English), Police Ke Kahani Meri Zabani (Hindi), Good Governance, Discovery of Independent India, Indian Monocracy, Scams, Demise of Indian Dream. He is an excellent motivation and management speaker and is in great demand all over the country. His books on Inspiration and encouragement include the following; Be The Best, You Too, Can Succeed, Winning Ways, Flying High with Broken Wings, Positive Thinking and Success Mantras.
His book ‘Directing the CBI’ is available on Ideaindia.com