Prasada Rao Sripada Writes a Letter to the Prime Minister

Sir,

My respects to you.

I think, to run a country like India requires not big brains, but a determination to succeed. It is mere hard work and plain thinking. A great bureaucrat like you should never fall prey to unnecessary influences of other people. You know what is good for the common person living on road.  As a Prime Minister if you cannot help him, who else can? What is the use of so much of your experience and knowledge? You are a good person but loosing that name is not good.

As a Prime Minister if you try to convince us that it takes a very long time to provide minimum comforts like food, shelter and clothes to the poor, not even an uneducated person is willing to agree. Many Prime Ministers have come and gone and you will be one among those who faded from our memory.

Why not rise and shine! And turn the present, rotten climate of this country into good? Just don’t vanish from the scene after the term but try to permanently live on in our hearts. I am ashamed of hearing about corruption in politicians. Today it is possible to fool a citizen, but you cannot live in his heart…

But still we have some, very little, hope.

Can we see light at the end of the tunnel? Well, that’s up to you.

Yours Sincerely,
Prasada Rao Sripada

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