Asking Dr. Drabu to step down is unjust
Just came across the news from your website regarding the Government having asked Dr. Drabu to step down as the Chairman and Chief Executive of the J&K Bank.I as a growing entrepreneur, express my views for this, yet another economically barbaric act on part of the Government of J&K.
It must be the decision of someone who has completely lost his mind and is certainly a hardcore enemy of the growth, development and economic prosperity and wellbeing of the state and the people of J&K. Someone who cannot assess the contribution of Dr. Drabu and his role in pulling the common man of the state from rags to riches, is simply unworthy of the position he is holding..
Alas, the poor brained, self centered and self proclaimed leaders of the state could never do anything good for the people of J&K, rather they have gone a big way ahead once again, to kill all possible hopes that the commoners had, with Dr. Drabu in chair.
Why does the government fail to understand the reality that it's not Dr. Drabu who needs the chair, rather it's we, the suffering, struggling and needy people of J&K who desperately need him on chair to support and continue the process of empowerment of a common man, conceived and initiated by him. Government just shouldn't ignore so unjustifiably that intellectuals are very very rarely to be spotted and then to be had, heading a crucial, key financial organization which is like backbone of the state. The rest remains unexplained for all, once again.
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