President of India in town

…wasting everyone’s time who is trying to get to work and do something useful. While she spent another day spending tax payer’s money cutting ribbons and giving uninspiring speeches/talks.
What surprises me most is that, these people (read presidents of India) never had anything to say about what they feel about wasting people’s time, spending tax payer’s money on useless things and wasting precious energy (using dozens of cars).
At the end of this blog, I am wondering whether these presidents of India even worth this blog.

(Edited the post little bit, because it seems I ought to show some respect, even though millions of Indians get insulted everyday because of their lack of wisdom)

8 Comments so far

  1. spider man (unregistered) on February 4th, 2008 @ 6:50 am

    Real Story of Pratibha Baiii’s "election" to the "highest" office in our land.
    ==================================================

    Back in 2007, Madam Sonia Gandhi asked her naukrani who was washing her family’s dirty clothes "O Baiii, pichle 30 saal se kapde dho rahi hai, ab jaakar ke Rashtrapatnee banogee?"

    ..Naukrani said "O Malkin, Main tho aapke paon ke dhool samaan nahin hoon, Mujh jaise ghoongi ko aapne is laayak samjha badi meherbaani hai. Udhar Rashtrapathi Bhavan mein rehke main aapke kapde dhokar aaapko bhijvaaoongi."


  2. Venkata (unregistered) on February 4th, 2008 @ 8:59 am

    Even though this blog sounded a little too insulting for the first citizen of the country, I must agree with you to a certain extent. I was very disappointed when APJ Kalam was not given the second term. Imagine having Sri Kalam as our president and Karnataka under presidents rule. It would have been the golden period for the city.


  3. deepa (unregistered) on February 4th, 2008 @ 11:43 am

    Whatever be the case, I believe any person in that post of president deserve respect. Metroblog which is a public blog should take care of such things. I am wondering if there are any moderators to take care of the things published on this site.


  4. chappar (unregistered) on February 4th, 2008 @ 12:13 pm

    Its our fundamental duty to respect the chair no matter who occupies it….. Actually i was little disappointed when i saw a snap in todays Deccan herald where 2 people are tying lace of the footwear of not only president but also presidents better half!!!! Well contrast to this we had our dear respected Dr.APJAK whose name can be used as an alternative to the word humble!!!


  5. Anirban (unregistered) on February 5th, 2008 @ 11:28 am

    How right you are! India is a sham republic — the titular head of state is not popularly elected, but politicians elect her. Pranab Mukherjee, minister on asked whether the current president will be a people’s president like Dr. Kalam, famously said, "The people don’t elect the president, we do". What a republic.


  6. deepa (unregistered) on February 6th, 2008 @ 11:26 am

    People dont go for voting assembly elections,do they have enough time and interest to vote for one more election?
    Those leaders who choose president are chosen by people only right? I have so many examples around me who are well educated, earning good, living good but dont vote!


  7. Orly Dias (unregistered) on February 6th, 2008 @ 4:55 pm

    Well, people this is pathetic! Truly pathetic… This is not what the President of India deserves, does it? And that too on a professional blog like this! Well somehow statements like "the President is wasting money, your time, my time, creating traffic jams, using our taxes for traveling" have become cliche. And do you know why? Because people have learnt, ofcourse "the hard way", that rather than cribbing, there is a better solution, and the solution is "TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT". So I would suggest you probably raise a petition with the Supreme Court and ask them for all such "fizool ke kharche" and probably ask them to declare where they spend and what they spend and why they spend so much… :) instead of commenting on a blogspot which would be read and forgotten
    (any other suggestions are truly welcome…) !


  8. Dheeraj (unregistered) on February 6th, 2008 @ 5:47 pm

    The opinion expressed here is too strong. We are no one to pass the final judgment without having any supporting facts or numbers on what the president is doing. keep personal opinions to yourself, and let the public blogs be less opinionated and more informative or supportive.



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