Monday, 31 December 2012

What I Stand for?

I have been described variously as a megalomaniac, a crank, a maverick, a publicity seeker, a wild man, a loose cannon, and even a dog (by a Chief Minister), who 'comments on everything under the Sun'.

What am I really ? What do I stand for ? Since the new year is approaching I think a clarification of my views is in order.

I submit that my views are consistent, coherent, and directed to one single aim : To help my country become prosperous with its people having decent lives.

My views are already in my articles and videos on my blog justicekatju.blogspot.in and on the website kgfindia.com, but let me summarize.


(1) Before the Industrial Revolution which began in Western Europe in the mid 18th Century there were feudal, agricultural societies everywhere. The feudal method of production was so backward and primitive (the bullock, buffalo, or horse were used for tilling the land, not tractors ) that very little wealth was generated by it, and hence only a handful of people (kings, aristocrats, zamindars, etc) could be rich, while the vast majority had to be poor. When the cake is small, very few people can eat it.


In sharp contrast, after the Industrial Revolution a unique situation has been created in world history. Modern industry is so powerful and so big that enough wealth can now be generated to meet the basic needs of everyone, and now no one need be poor, and every human being can get a decent life.


However, despite this unique historical situation, the reality is that 80% of the people of the world, including 80% Indians, are poor.


(2) The worst thing in life is poverty. In India there is massive poverty, malnutrition (every second Indian child suffers from malnutrition), unemployment, farmers suicides, skyrocketing prices, lack of healthcare and good education for the vast majority, etc


(3) Science is the only solution to these great social evils. By science I do not mean physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology alone. By science I mean the entire scientific outlook and scientific temper, which must be spread to every nook and corner of our country if we wish to abolish these social evils.


(4) The truth is that the vast majority of our people are intellectually very backward, their minds full of casteism, communalism, and superstitions (see on my blog my articles 'Reply to Young Students', 'The 90%', 'Ten ways of being foolish', and 'Rid our body politic of communal poison'.). And it is not just the uneducated people who are backward. Vast sections of the so called educated people in our society are also casteist, communal, and superstitious.


(5) Therefore my whole effort is to combat backward, feudal ideas and promote rational and scientific thinking among the Indian people so that India emerges as a modern, highly industrialized, prosperous country, in which all its people (and not just a handful) are prosperous. This requires long, steady effort of patiently explaining the truth to the people, which is precisely what I have been doing since long.


(6) We have all the potential of becoming a modern, highly industrialized, prosperous country. We have today (which we did not have in 1947) thousands of outstanding scientists, technicians, engineers, managers, doctors, etc and we also have immense natural wealth, raw materials, etc. We have therefore to convert this potential into a reality so that all our people (and not just a handful) get decent lives.


Is this the objective and thinking of a 'megalomaniac', a 'loose cannon', a 'crank', and a 'wild man' ?


(The Hindu: All eyes and ears : Justice Katju proved to be the most active public speaker of the year 2012 )

83 comments:

  1. Sir, you deserve bharat ratna or some great award.

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  2. No Sir I think ppl who called you so are loose cannon, I would suggest in case if you have time you may suggest ideas for out judicial system which is almost as horrible as unemployment, farmers suicides, skyrocketing prices, lack of healthcare etc. Since you have been so many years in that domain , can you suggest some scientific ways to reform that system ? something where a common ppl like me get justice in a time bound time.I think that would be best from you. and let me assure you writing letters to rotten politic class would not yield any fruit.

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  3. Is this the objective and thinking of a 'megalomaniac', a 'loose cannon', a 'crank', and a 'wild man' ?

    yes, of course, for people who dont want to lose the power they hold. It is not in their interest to see everyone have decent lives. Poverty is being engineered by some set of ruling class so that these poor people could be used as vote banks. How dare you try to remove such a poverty and kill the ruling class' dream?

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  4. Please add "gender biased" to the list of metal ailment of majority Indians...

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  5. Sir, I just wanted to tell that you should not mind the awful comments on twitter and elsewhere. 90% of Indians cannot accept the truth, because it is bitter. Very few people are Dabangg enough to agree with the truth and state it in public. India needs strong leaders like you, who are willing to stand for truth always. I wish every political leader in India had thoughts exactly like you.

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  6. Yes after Industry revolution Capitalism has created
    and which is now controlling whole world whether it is good or not.
    So we have to suffer wht it's outcome to be.

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  7. Dear Mr Katju, It's easy to write sermons, but it is very difficult to practice what you preach. Your preference for corrupt and communal political parties like Indian (Anti) National Congress is too obvious, your "single aim" and "ideas" aside. We have seen you comment always against NDA politicians e.g., against Narendra Modi (Gujarat), Nitish Kumar (Bihar) or against other parties that oppose Congress - e.g., Mamata Banerjee (WB). If we see an honest critique from you about the dynastic, communal, corrupt, anti democratic and anti national leaders of Congress party and Nehru dynasty, we may believe a few of your claims above. Hope for a new Katju in 2013, hope you will not let my hopes go waste.

    -- One of the 90% idiot Indians, proudly so

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    1. phir retirement ke baad pci ka chairman kaun banata?

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  8. you said it right sir. we are proud of you for your scientific outlook and scientific temper. I would like to request you please write a article on " HOW TO PROMOTE SCIENTIFIC TEMPER AMOUNG INDIANS ".

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  9. No u aren't sir. U were brave and straightforward. U said something which none of us had the guts to hear nor the intellect to understand. :-). Ur dream will come true for sure sir.

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  10. Sir, Please talk about the way we imitate Bollywood stars. Hero worship is imitating another so denying one's true nature. Bollywood actors call themselves Stars! Stars have their own light. We need to teach our children to question religion, culture, our established values and our heroes.

    If a man’s wife is kidnapped and when she is rescued, suppose people start saying that she may have had illicit relationship with the kidnapper and the husband suspects so he banishes her and demands she proves her innocence, we call such a husband insensitive and lacking in love. No good man will punish his wife after such an ordeal. But we worship such a man: Lord Rama. He also poured lead into an untouchable Shudra’s ears for listening to the Vedas. Gandhi was so thoroughly conditioned by this God that he even uttered Ram when he was dying after being shot, he never remembered his mother who had been real.

    4. If a man murders his uncle, steals clothes of women while they bathe, plays politics and is treacherous, goes to war and kills people, justifies murder, practices polygamy and does change till his death, we in 21st century would imprison such a man for murder and polygamy. Our Lord Krishna was such a man; we have dance dramas to glorify him and some clever writer has made Bhagavad-Gita flow through his lips. Those days’ tyrants in the form of kings claimed to be gods. Some Tamil actor has a temple, in 300 years if we return we may find our great grandson praying at her shrine! This is how gods are packaged over centuries. Krishna, according to Gita, is an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent god. We never ask why such a god needs to kill, go to war and have such an insatiable appetite for women.

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  11. Respected Sir,

    When their is criticism that means the person is growing.

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  12. We need 100s of people like YOU to save this Great Country.
    At no given time should you be deterred by few barking dogs.
    My Salute to You.

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  13. Pl list out what u did in yr 40 +yrs of public life to achieve these - or u r born just now?

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    1. For starters. He has a name, you don't even have the guts for it.

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  14. Dear Sir,

    with due regards, as a recognized Judge your endeavors for JUSTICE for common man shall be highly appreciated. Let people understand the process of jurisdiction and hope your work and further research on JUSTICE might bring the fruits of JUSTICE, elimination of the evils of bribery, procrastination, nepotism, favoritism, prejudice etc. all that exist denying JUSTICE to common man.

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    1. This is the judge who let three gangrapists off the hook after they agreed to pay compensation to the victim (http://www.indianexpress.com/news/sc-lets-off-gangrapists-after-they-agreed-to-compensate-victim/753416/). What is the fine for your mother, wife and daughter Katju? I don't want fruits of justice from His Excellency. Never let this "recognized Judge" any where in a public space. Just lock him up in a cell next to the Delhi gangrapists and throw the key away. This will spare us of his sermon.

      An idiotic Indian

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    2. If this justice stayed a little longer, he would have given a judgement forcing this poor victim to marry either one or all of them. Welcome to Justice from Justice Katju, Sharia style!

      See another judgement from this justice: “If a man has a ‘keep’ whom he maintains financially and uses mainly for sexual purpose and/or as a servant it would not, in our opinion, be a ‘relationship in the nature of marriage’ for her to claim the benefit of live-in to get maintenance under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.” He rejected the plea for review of this judgment.

      Still we the mango-men from this banana republic are being called the foolish.

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  15. We do have best scientists, technicians, engineers, managers, doctors, etc. But, what about politicians??? I guess, if we have some sane and corrupt-free politicians, then we can think of being highly industrialized and prosperous nation. (You do have the BALLS) RESPECT...

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  16. I hope more of the people currently in power also think the way you do and each of us (common people) start introspecting ourselves. Sir, it is such a relief to see someone who has actually been in the system actually speak up. It is encouraging for the people who do not know where to start from. In the excellent way you put your points trying not to be harsh (unless necessary) makes me believe in your intention. I am sure when you started writing any of these articles you knew that there will be criticism and hence I am sure none of these will stop you from expressing what you believe in. I look forward to your opinion in these issues even if I may not agree to all but I am sure several of us respect your views.

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  17. Sir, you are absolutely right.While some transformation of society is taking place ,still large sections of society are stuck in fuedal thinking.Unfortunate part is the so called educated are also in the name of tradition follow castiest and communal approach.There are misplaced priorities among people still.Bollywood,cricket,too much display of wealth in metros particularly occupy lot of attention.Silver lining is that youth is moving towards awareness to social issues and hopefully that will continue till the change happens.Country need more people like you to intervene and express to make others think atleast

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  18. We do have the ability to rise but we cannot rise until the govt decides to make education a priority. Whether it be science, shunning casteism, unemployment, and ultimately leading a better life - nothing can be achieved without giving the gift of education to a child. Every single govt that the world has seen in the worlds biggest democracy has failed - for obvious reasons. Unfortunately there are no solutions, and probably will not when we are perfectly happy with this banana republic of ours.

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    1. Making education a priority will still not be able to improve the writing skills of people like you! I can only see from your writing that the gift of education (if you were really educated) did not make any difference to you. If you keep the sentences short, you would able to come over this problem.

      Anil Kuruvilla, Mallapuram

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  19. I have been seeing many comments on your posts that are vile, profane and of sick mindsets( sic). I call them of sick mind because some have been vituperative throwing wild expletives at you for being candid.

    Tour opinions in this post is fully endorsed by me. And I again reiterate your statement that 90 percent of Indians are foolish and it is up to each one to determine which side of the percentage they belong.

    Honestly I cannot help not being cynical about the country and its future. I earnestly wish and long I'm wrong.

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    1. Why do you let this fashion designer (still calls 90% of Indians foolish) from Kerala make comments (Kerala and Fashion Designing. Who said Kerala is underdeveloped to let its citizenry to be manials in the Middle East?). Well normally mallus and particularly the mallu fashion designers are prone to being cynical. When you get a full time job, you will able to come out of this cynicism.

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  20. What you have just written should be taken up with what you stood and spoke for and where you remained silent.

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  21. I guess working free(maverick?) as a judge and then switching over to working under the thumb of the government is a signficant shift. The virtues of the former become vices of a government position, where intelligence has to be sugar coated.

    Saab,I have full faith that, with simplicity and patience, you will see all the criticism off.

    You were an inspiration while you were @ allahabad.

    Abhishek
    Allahabad

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  22. Aggression and people with Aggressive thoughts who want to bring about reforms will be faced with barriers, they usually press for a change knowing that its been a frustrating 65 years and still change is nowhere in sight naturally this doesn't go down well in this country with people of a Passive Race.

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  23. Dear Sir,

    With due respect to you and your views, I have been following your statement through media channels. We need more open views of yours on the controlling of media and social networking sites by our own govt.We as an youth of India need more vocal supports from you on our basic fundamental rights.
    Please keep going the way you are. We are all in support of you sir. Looking forward for a more assertive and vocal person in our democracy like you in 2013.

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  24. Sir I have exactly the same aim. I believe political power as the most powerful tool for transformation. What you can do from inside you cannot do from outside. Swaraj Party was one example. I have joined Aam Aadmi Party. Also Sir why is it not illegal for political parties to control/have stake in media firms. I hope you raise the issue and also join Aam Aadmi Party.:-)

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  25. That is because of your outspoken nature sir. People who know you ;have a great deal of respect for your vision and idea. It hits very hard to the listener. It Might not be pleasing to the ears but hard reality.

    I used to be critical of you when you said 90% Indian's are fools but now somehow agree. I referred to that in Facebook while discussing Delhi #Gangrape.

    Justice Katju said 90% Indians are fools. It angered me that day. But started realizing it now why he said that.
    why People do not speak their mind on general issues ??
    Whats wrong with our educated class. Doesn't they understand these issues or they don't feel relevance ?
    Why is only shared posts ?

    Did not find even a single Facebook post from my friends where there is a good and detailed discussion about the problem and proposed solution ??

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    1. They're busy following girls on FB instead of engaging in useless discussion. In fact they've realised it much before you did - this country has gone to the dogs.

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  26. Sir, One final judgement is still due from you your honor and that will solve all the problems of people of India. Satyamev jayate.

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  27. Dear Sir---- you said you stand for "To help my country become prosperous with its people having decent lives"

    Please understand We 90% (as per you) are fed up of this dialogue from all kind of politicians.

    Please tell me what did you to change the situation in reality? There are so many bloggers with more fierce view and more accurate data.

    Being in a position and then talk big , taking some sides , you may get some audience, but you can never make changes in situation ( political, social and economical), come out of the shell and work for those 90% - to make a better life.

    if you think just by blogging, just by making press statements - nothing will change and there is no difference between you and me (fyi i do only blogging not press statement)

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    1. He is a man of words and not of action!! What is his take on judicial corruption in supreme court? If he has not seen it then it is a proof of his observing powers!!

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    2. You me can only press cloths. He presses the press in the capacity of chairman of Press Council of India.:-)

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    3. Sonia aunty ne is liye hi to rakha hai inko!!!

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    4. He will not talk on judicial corruption as his father and uncle were judges in Allahabad High Court, the same court before which he practised.

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    5. Tabhi main sochoon ki bhai sahab judge kaise ban gaye! lage raho!! lage raho!! judiciary bhi pariwaaarvaad ka shikar ho chuki hai! Ab samajh mein aaya ki sahab ko kyon uncle judges ke issue par saanp soongh jata hai. Wah re democracy! katju ji ki jai, salmaan khurshid ki jai, Robert wadra ki jai, gadkari ji ki bhi jai. Aur in sab ki sanrakshika Sonia mai ki bhi jai!! lage raho public ka katne!! aur haan balakrishnan ki bhi jai aur sabbarhwal ki bhi jai!! nira radia, barkah dutt etc ki bhi jai, aakhir inhen kyon bhoolein.

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    6. What the hell?! He is the only Judge who spoke openly about the malice of judicial corruption when he was still a sitting Judge. Do you people not read at all? Look up something rotten in the Allahabad high court. It's so hard for good people to fight for the right things, people like you make it worse. Keep up the fight Judge. There are still people who remember what you have accomplished in your judicial office and your indomitable spirit and integrity.

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    7. Had he named any corrupt judge? That is what matters and not lip service! Courage is required for naming specific judges and not saying that there is corruption!

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  28. Isn't science the root cause of all the issues that you had mentioned. Before lot of inventions people lived a relatively peaceful life. For example there were very little farmer suicides in Tanjore. Only after big building, industries came in, water depleted, there were pollution, health hazards which all affected not only the livelihood of farmers, but all citizens.

    Global warming is an after effect of science. Heat generated by industries and AC's has caused more harm.

    Your opinion Sir.

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  29. Sadhu ki nahin jamaat aur Singhon kay nahin lehdey (True Sadhu or Lion do not roam around in groups ie they do not follow, they lead) Your life has been exemplary and your words have been inspiring. The power of the word or idea cannot be measured. I wish more ex supreme court judges came out like you have done. Wishing you a Happy New and a Productive 2013. Warm Regards.

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  30. To the best of my knowledge, you are perhaps the most outspoken and a person who calls a Spade a Spade. I hope these utterances do not hinder you from sharing your wise thoughts. India needs people like you Now, more than ever.

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  31. You have right to write anything on anything on anyone in anyway. Simple because it is your blog (I know it is free of cost). Even a comment on this will huge waste of cyberspace.

    (Mother of all media: Katju is most outspoken Kapil Sibal is supernovaspoken)

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  32. Dear Sir,Nobody can question your clarity of thoughts and your vision of modern India; perhaps you may be ahead of time in this part of the world, what else can one say about certain adjectives used by some people who personally attack you on your stand on various issues. Regardless of these stray voices, you absolutely right on everything you said so far, except your personal views expressed on developments of Gujarat under Na Mo who fought this election on development plat form alone, not on any caste based politics, in spite of being an OBC himself, whereas most of our current generation politicians who invoke secular cards all the time but discretely uses caste equations and thereby putting dust on minorities / underprivileged sections of the society. A pause and review may not be out of place.

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  33. U mentioned poverty and malnutrition as problem. U then say that ur efforts will be on removing social evils like casteism , communalism.
    I feel these are all misplaced priorities. u can ask any poor Hindu or Muslim family. They will take food from anyone and not just from their religion people.
    May be ur intention is right but perhaps ur direction is wrong.
    I can write blogs mentioning more severe problems of india relating to security, corruption and poverty and they will be good to read but will hardly solve the problem.
    Why dont u use ur position to do something about it. I know u might not have resources now, but who has....to remove social evils u need to connect with people.... Why dont u fight elections and then solve problems , like Jaya Prakash Narayanan.
    U may say that u cant win elections bcoz of casteism , but thats what u want to remove isnt it.

    The tonnes of food being dumped on road in Punjab will not get wasted due to lack of buyers and cold storage and poverty will also get elevated.

    May b ppl of India are communal , but still they are living together and certainly do come together to fight against social evils like corruption , women securoty and poverty.

    It is not that this country has no good people or resources . the problem is that these people dont want to tackle the problem at the root i.e. politics.


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  34. sir you stand for us "WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA"

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  35. "To help my country become prosperous with its people having decent lives."

    Great Aim of life.

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  36. Enlightenment which swept through Europe in the 17th century and ultimately led to the Industrial Revolution never happened in India, and we've never really understood or promoted the importance of rational thought. Ancient Greece which set the tone of western thought had men like Thales speculating the origin of Universe, free from myths of Zeus et. al. in 6th century BCE, whereas the Vedas constantly lumped celestial inquiry with polytheism. The act of speculating about the world's origin without resorting to a supernatural power, or the transition from mythos to logos, is yet to happen in India at large, and we're yet to embrace rational thought.

    We train the masses in the end products of evidence based skepticism such as engineering, medicine and technology, we never really stress principles of rational thought which underpins these fields of study. We end up churning out doctors, engineers, scientists, technologists, lawyers and policy makers who may be trained professionally, but are far from being educated or rational. Doctors prescribe medicine without using differential diagnosis and ISRO scientists pray to Tirupati deity before launching lunar missions. If the strata of society often burdened with rational thought, the intelligentsia, carries muddled thinking at best, what kind of mindset can be expected from the rest of the polity?

    It is from such observations that Katju states that 90% of Indians are foolish. They may know how to read and write, solve differential equations and program computers, but they are not wise, they are not rational, they do not practice objective, reasoned thought.

    The only way out of this mess is to drill down a sense of inquiry into the minds of students when they're still receptive to learning. Celebration of individual human skepticism is missing from the educators and the policy makers and society at large. The issues of caste based politics, gender inequality, corruption can all be tackled if we empower people to question and challenge the roots of human existence, for they will then grow up to be wise, learn the importance of global human equality and will act in a fundamentally good manner according to their free will.

    Unless we realize this mess and make sweeping changes in our education system to include some basic teachings of the Occident, there's no way out. Science and technology are the only way to reform a nation mired in backwardness, and true appreciation of science is only possible by embracing some of the Western Thought.

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  37. Dear Sir,
    Your concern for the Indian public is appriciable. The facts and statistics are available every where. Most of us know the glaring problems that our people are facing. It is time to show some action rather than speaking, and talking at leisure. As it is well said that actions speak for themselves.

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  38. http://www.bhadas4media.com/vividh/7593-2012-12-31-07-17-59.html my reply to mr katju on his facebook page ,anyone wants to reply me please post on my website as I won't see this article again:आपका सब ठीक है, बस यह छोड़कर कि आप करप्ट कांग्रेसी नेतृत्व पर कभी अटैक नहीं करते, और बाकी सभी को गरियाते रहते हैं... यह दोहरा व्यवहार नेताओं सरीखा है, जिसकी अपेक्षा आपसे नहीं रखते. लोग कहते हैं कि कांग्रेस आलाकमान की कृपा से आपको आगे बहुत कुछ मिलने की संभावना है... आपका कांग्रेस नेतृत्व के प्रति साफ्ट कार्नर हम जैसों को चुभता है. दूसरा, आपको देश की इतनी चिंता है, इतनी बड़ी बड़ी बातें हैं तो ग्राउंड लेवल पर आप क्या कर रहे हैं... प्रेस काउंसिल आफ इंडिया के चेयरमैन के बतौर आपने किस भ्रष्ट मीडिया हाउस की खटिया खड़ी की?? और, भाषणबाजी छोड़ दिया जाए तो आप अपने से पहले के प्रेस काउंसिल चेयरमैनों से किस तरह अलग हैं... माफ करिएगा, आपके शब्दों के जंजाल में मैं नहीं पड़ने वाला. हां, कभी मैं भी आपका फैन हुआ करता था. लेकिन आपको नजदीक से जानने के बाद तो मुझे यह कहना ज्यादा अच्छा लगता है कि मुझे हजार दुश्मन दे दे, आप जैसा कोई एक दोस्त न दे... क्योंकि दुश्मन के बारे में तो ठीक ठीक पता होता है कि ये दुश्मन है.. पर दोस्त से दुश्मन होने की उम्मीद नहीं की जाती .... आप एक भ्रष्टतम पार्टी के संचालकों के पैरोल पर हैं, ये आरोप मैं लगाता हूं.. और, आपने कभी इनके खिलाफ दो बोल बोलें हो तो मुझे बताइएगा... नए साल में आप भ्रष्टाचार के मुखिया सोनिया गांधी और मनमोहन सिंह को गरिया पाएं, भ्रष्ट मीडिया हाउसों को ऐतिहासिक दंड दे पाएं... यही दो उम्मीद आपसे करता हूं.. बाकी, लफ्फाजी मैं भी आपसे अच्छा कर सकता हूं लेकिन मैं अपनी बुराइयों के साथ सामने रहता हूं ताकि कोई मेरे आवरण छलावे में कोई न आए... पारदर्शिता के दौर में आपसे भी वैचारिक पारदर्शिता की उम्मीद हम करते हैं मिस्टर काटजू.

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    1. Ha Ha .. Ha.. Well said yashwant , "he should also criticize Chiefs of Corruption Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh , but he will not say as he is on payroll of same corrupt system" , you are true that he has never punished any corrupt media house as PCI chief , just giving comments , which any one can do.. You're My Pumpkin Pumpkin... Hello Honey Bunny...!!!! What a Congress Network...

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  39. i appreciate all the remarks... it represents communication of ideas..idea ruled the world..DOMINANT IDEAS WILL RULE...i worked with the bottom people for 3 yrs..i can clerly say mrs katju is right....he is right in direction..in india commonn people should fight for shelter, food,water, livelihood..ireespective of caste..region, langauge,.unequal dvpt in the society is the main cause of violence..so politics shuld be such issue based, not caste, religion...it is very easy to be a man communal..o casteist..IT HAS EMOTIONAL ELEMENTS..SO THE MAN LIKE JUSTICE KATJU'S REMARKS WILL REALY HELP IN MAKING THE COMMON PEOPLES ISSUE IN THE MAINSTREAM.BY REMOVING CASTE @ RELIGIOUS ELEMENTS..IN HE NATIONAL POLITICS I FEEL THE COMMON PEOPLE ISSUE LIKE NREGA, TRIBES BILL, RIGHT TO INFORMATION BILL, FORIEGN POLICY ISSUE, FDI ISSUE WERE MAINSTREMED AFTER 2005..I AM SURE..WE WILL GO FOREWARD..

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  40. We 25Cr Muslims will kill all 100Cr Hindus if you remove Police just for 15Min - Akbaruddin Owaisi

    Respected Katju sir, I would like to draw your attention on the video that has been published on Facebook :
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  41. Well said Sir. We need freedom from religion and all the assumptions that we make just because there are a few unknowns like the creator of this universe and the creator of life. Let unknowns remain unknown instead of adding our own interpretations of god to it.

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  43. All this is theoretical talk. What have you achieved in your day job as PCI Chairman? Can you please list out your accomplishments (whose quality and impact hopefully matches that of the standards you hold others by?)

    If you were working as a senior official in a meritocratic private company, you would be required to show results for the salary you draw, or else face firing or demotion. Can we know how you have been justifying your salary?

    You come across as a passive-aggressive man who uses his strong opinion to hide his incompetence at his day job. The corporate world is full of such people who do not do any work but create a similar smokescreen of false productivity with rhetorical leadership.

    Frankly, nobody in the country holds you as a respectable father or a leader figure until and unless you show competence at what you have been hired for.

    First do your job. Then talk as much as you want. This is what my boss tells us young professionals. We hate it when he says that but looking at how people such as you turn out when they grow older, I think I should better pay heed to my boss.

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  44. I am aware that you give your two cents on everything and anything (very often with suggestions from Urdu poetry). Could you give your intellectual insight to Higgs Boson ranges? Or is it important to search for "God Particle", when we have so many problems as suggested by you such as massive poverty, malnutrition, unemployment, farmers suicides, skyrocketing prices, lack of healthcare, good education, intellectual backwardness, casteism, communalism, superstitions, backward and feudal ideas, etc., Should I give up my research and go on to read Urdu poety to combat all the problems that you often cite.

    Anil Nambiar, VSSC, TVM, Kerala

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  45. Sir, even worse adjectives were pasted to Respected Mr. T. N. Sheshan. But he could succeed in transforming Indian polity. He had some specific objectives, goals, targets to achieve.

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  46. Very unfair on your part to compare a man of action(Seshan) with a man of words(Katju)!!

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