In any Organization, things do go wrong. As Murphy’s Law proclaims – if something can go wrong, it will. Murphy’s Law may not be RIGHT all the time; Murphy’s Law too can go wrong and it does. In other words – things do go wrong – not all the time, but, some times. An extension of the law says – things go wrong when least expected.
INDIA is in IMMEDIATE NEED OF POWER - and therefore, of COAL - So, some one who is in such dire need of coal must be allocated the Coal Blocks with strict stipulation that he must start mining, say, within 6 months of allocation and use it for specified purposes.
There is another news that MANY Non-UPA, Non-NDA PARTIES have come together to voice their OPPOSITION to the DISRUPTION OF PARLIAMENT. As this Blog has said earlier - whatever one have to say - say it in PARLIAMENT. Let the country know all facts - from the most authorized source, namely, the Parliament - not from Media. PARLIAMENTARIANS of both UPA and NDA must both first discuss the CAG REPORT in Parliament - and thereafter only, in Media. It is definitely not healthy for MPs to discuss CAG Reports in Media first and in Parliament later. Also, demanding RESIGNATIONS even before start of discussions is meaningless. One Party's view need not be MAJORITY VIEW - and Majority view must prevail. The call of many parties for review of the coal block allocation by a SITTING SUPREME COURT JUDGE is perhaps the BEST SOLUTION. Both UPA and NDA must support this method of resolving the issue. But, even for that - Parliament must discuss the issue - at least for a day - without disruptive atmosphere. This precedent can become a permanent feature of Parliamentary functioning if not stopped now - and will boomerang on BJP also - in states where it is in Power - and at centre, if and when it becomes the Ruling Coalition at Centre.
Leaving the COALGATE its present stage – let us see how GROWTH vs INFLATION debate continues.