Cops register case against NRN

Police has registered a case against NRN. Home minister MP Prakash termed it as an unpardonable act.

1. Vatal Nagaraj has been instrumental in organizing Bandhs as and when he pleases all through his life. Is that n pardonable act?
2. When DR.Rajkumar died, so many people created problems for normal citizens by retorting to violence, closing down businesses etc. What has happened to the case against them? And the government just kept quiet. Is that a pardonable act?
3. Just because he wanted to prove his political mileage, Siddaramiah organized a bandh in Mysore few days back. Is that a pardonable act?
4. Former CM Dharam Singh said everything is right in Bengalooru and put citizens to hardship by not focusing on the infrastructure. Is that a pardonable act?
5. Every time something minor happens, the city comes to a standstill because of the violent mob mentality of the politicians. Is that a pardonable act?
6. All the MP’s of Karnataka sleep and ensure that the state doesnt get a better rail connectivity. Especially between Bengalooru and Mangalore. Is that a pardonable act?

Why cant these people let us live peacefully. It seems Mr Vatal Nagaraj asked for a CBI enquiry into the National Anthem issue. CBI enquiry? I guess this city can sustain on its own without any politicians. Why cant they let the people live peacefully.

I sincerely wish and hope that they dont call for a Bandh for this issue!

9 Comments so far

  1. Anjan (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 11:25 pm


    1. I can bet, most politicians cannot even sing the correct anthem.
    2. Not paying taxes is unpardonable.
    3. Throwing garbage as and where you like is unpardonable.
    4.Making CBI work on things which dont need them and wasting precious tax dollars is surely upardonable.
    5. Taking 10 years to build a intl quality airpoirt is unpardonable.
    5. Not being able to provide water and electricity to all villages and cities in k’taka is unpardonable.

    List foes on….who will call a enquiry/file a case against all these?

  2. good_slap (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 11:38 pm

    Hope some of the politician are reading this blog.
    But no they even don;t know ABCD of internet.

    And media got one more spicy story, now tomorrow in every newsppaper of India, this will in Front page.

  3. silkboard (unregistered) on April 13th, 2007 @ 11:42 pm

    The thing is, you and me don’t file FIRs or PILs against them. Perhaps because we are too busy with our own selfish lives. Or perhaps because we are not united or in agreement on all charges you leveled above.

    At the end of the day, we “let” them get away.

    Another point is, these politicians don’t fall down from the skies. One amongst us only “grows” up and becomes one. As I see it, they reflect us, us the people. Expecting them to change without the “roots”, that is “us” changing – is a bit unrealistic.

  4. Goutham (unregistered) on April 14th, 2007 @ 12:59 am

    SILKBOARD – I couldn’t agree with you more.

    However ever since this controversy started there are some politicians falling head over heels to pounce on Murthy. Here is my 2 cents on why they are doing this. I know one thing that these guys want to be elected again. Most of the things they do and say is with that in mind.
    Remember the Pro Merit remarks that Murthy made in the reservation issue? Remember the resignation from BIAL over spat with the politician’s name I don’t even wish to mention. How about speaking the truth on Cauvery bandh?

    Over time all this has built a anti Murthy politician brigade. Now they are striking back. But I don’t think this anthem issue think has any natural constituency .If they go overboard in attacking him it may just back fire and hopefully some of them will not return to Vidhana Soudha.

    BTW I want Mr Murthy to stand for elections from Bangalore South. Even as an independent he will win.( If Ananth Kumar does not run ) If he is getting into controversy anyway why not join the fight head on and take these negative politicians head on.

  5. zia (unregistered) on April 14th, 2007 @ 6:10 pm

    Karachi, Pakistan based English language daily

  6. Anil (unregistered) on April 14th, 2007 @ 6:58 pm

    This is the biggest problem with most of our politicians. They love the flag, anthem…(atleast they show as if they do) and none of them love the country. Even our constitution has laws for the flag, anthem… why there is none for spitting, peeing, dirtying the city. Isn’t that a crime, I say it is bigger insult than any thing. I would love to see some video or picture taken on these so called politicians, how they create garbage every where.

  7. Sanjay (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 4:41 pm

    So people, fault of politicians and system justifies Murthy’s insult of National anthem. Great Logic.

    How low can one get in Hero worship?

    So what next? Since the tricolor would be offensive to the eyes of foreigners in Infosys shall we replace that with Union Jack or Stars & Stripes.

    Next, the various rules of constitution would also be highly inconvenient to the foreigner cronies of Murhty, so what about burning that and then adopting the US constitution and US president as President of India. Perhaps that would satisfy your Mr. Murthy.

    Take a hike guys.

    The majority of India is not on blogosphere and it does not subscribe to your views.

    We must take steps to curb the corruption in our public life but that does not justify what Murthy has done.

    Ask a couple of hard questions. What has been the contribution of Narayan Murthy in India, other than creating some snobs.

    How many villages he provided water for?
    How many schools he funded?
    questions are many?

  8. Goutham (unregistered) on April 20th, 2007 @ 1:14 am

    Your idea of what a person can do for india is very limited…Do you know how many jobs narayana murthy has created through Infosys?Do you know the value of wealth created? There are direct visible things like opening schools,joining NGO’s etc…But where do you think all the money for running those organisations come from?
    Besides INFY is also involved in the “HUGE” mid day meal program.

    I am not hero worshipping anyone …just the facts..
    Besides whats wrong in having a national anthem played by band…why should anyone sing it? I would rather have 10 non singing narayana murthy’s than 10000 singing no user politicians…

  9. M.K.sridhar (unregistered) on April 25th, 2007 @ 6:47 pm

    Unfortunately in India those who talk sense are fools and those who talk nonsense are leaders.Mr Narayana murthy should learn that while he continues to do excellent work he has been doing,while talking to TV’s,newspapers etc he should learn how to talk like neta’s to be in their good books-In otherwords duel personality to be learnt

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