Saturday, October 15, 2016

WOULD PM TAKE THIS ACTION IN THE INTEREST OF THE NATION?

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A CIVILIAN'S LETTER TO PM, NARENDRA MODI...


We have often seen PM Modi speaking aggressively and addressing the nation against Subsidies given to Indians that should have been abolished for the sake of India's development and he later even launched a campaign on march 27, 2015 asking Indians to surrender their subsidies who did not need it and subsequently made it mandatory too for certain class to who have been earning above ten lakhs. 

Ironically, PM finds subsidies a great burden on Indian Exchequer but has not cared to ask Indian politicians to give up on their subsidies of Lifelong Pensions. I strongly doubt Modi would even give second thought to what this civilian Geeta Nargundkar has requested. Would he take such an important action in the interest of our nation that has been requested through the following letter by a civilian, Geeta Nargundkar. 









I endorse & support her views that it is high time their lifetime pension must end for good because we all know what kind of perks and privileges are already given to Indian politician. Moreover, within a short span of five or ten years they amass exponentially their assets, properties, gold, fortune and wealth manifolds. Once in power, they even offer such opportunities to their friends, families and relatives getting them high value govt. contracts. 

In the times when media is so strong, it is not a hidden fact any longer how these politicians enjoy the highly rich subsidized food in the parliament canteens on dirt prices along with scores of other facilities. Majority of them are rich, some filthy rich and some are even facing never ending investigations for amassing disproportionate assets and wealth.















The wealth of our Indian politicians definitely gives a tough competition to several politicians across the world.

Looking at Indian Politicians' wealth profile and how they lead their swanky lifestyles, do they really deserve lifetime pensions? I have sent this post to PMO as well so that our PM knows how we feel about it. I am pretty sure, most of the Indians would subscribe to her views like I do.


LETTER TO PM NARENDRA MODI...

Geeta Nargundkar (Nabar):

Opinion of a civilian !
Hits the nail on the head ! All sensible Indians will definitely support this view...


Shri Narendra Modi ji,

Namaskar!

Make this change and the country will recognize your leadership...

Life time pension accorded for one tenure of politicians - is gross injustice compared to the rest of the government servants who have to put in a minimum of 20 years of service. This is a drain on the public exchequer.


No one has been able to explain why young men & women who serve in the Military for 20 years or more, risking their lives protecting our freedom get only 50% of their pay on retirement & Short Service Commissioned Officers who also risk their life for a term varying from 5-14 yrs - get ZERO retirement benefits after their assignment.

But Politicians who hold their political positions in the safe confines of the capital, protected by these very same men & women, receive Full-Pay on retirement after serving just one term of 5 yrs. Does it make any sense ???

PM SIR, CHANGE THIS RULE AND THE NATION SHALL BE GRATEFUL TO YOU FOREVER...

Abolish, politicians' pension for life.

Just like you motivated common people to give up subsidy, motivate MPs to give up numerous undeserving exorbitant perks and subsidies granted unanimously by themselves, including pension.

And we hope it starts with yourself... You are a great motivator..

Thanking you in anticipation of a favorable response,

Yours sincerely,

[ If each person who receives this forwards it to 20 people, in 3 days, most people will have this message, and it may lead to a national campaign.

If you choose not to pass it on, you still have made a choice. These brave soldiers have given you that right to "freedom" for which they pay dearly...!

JAI HIND !
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