Darbar move

This refers to the letter by Dr. Javaid Muglu (GK, 12-1-09). I agree with his viewpoint. He has portrayed the sentiments of a common Kashmiri regarding the so called Darbar move: a mere wasteful exer...

This refers to the letter by Dr. Javaid Muglu (GK, 12-1-09). I agree with his viewpoint. He has portrayed the sentiments of a common Kashmiri regarding the so called Darbar move: a mere wasteful exercise in this modern globalization and internet age. This exercise is just an escape phenomenon for the bureaucratic machinery and ministerial staff including officers of higher cadre from facing the wrath of harsh winter months and problems associated with it. It would have been wiser, and in the interest of a common Kashmiri, had these people stayed here and faced the problems themselves so that they could have come up with a solution to these problems that would be of immense help to a common citizen. The idea of having two offices in two regions simultaneously running throughout the year seems reasonably achievable instead of ad hoc approaches like setting up of an eyewash winter secretariat by weekly rotation of ministers, which will do nothing but will be just a winter recreation for these ministers. The young C.M should rise to the aspirations of the younger generation and play a vital role in overhauling the rusty administration, so that, like his grandfather, he becomes a leader in real sense and restores the lost credibility of his conglomerate.
Inhas Ashraf
N.I.T, Srinagar

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