Friday, 18 December 2015

Self Serving Servants ?

Legislators are supposed to be " Servants of the citizens "

They are - but with a difference 

In case of our domestic servants or employees in our offices , we get a chance to settle their salaries, through " bargaining / negotiations "

And deduct salary for absenteeism

And sack them for non-performance

In case of our MLAs ( and our MPs as well ) , they too settle their salaries through " Collective Bargaining "

Not with the Speaker , but collectively among themselves !

You may even want to call it , " Colluding / Cooperating Bargaining  " !

The only element of " Competition " is with the salaries of MLAs of other States !

Look at the basic Monthly salaries ( excluding perks / benefits / allowances ) of our MLAs :

*      Assam...........................................Rs   60,000
*      Jharkhand / Haryana / HP............... Rs   30,000
*      Punjab..........................................Rs   25,000
*      Karnataka..................................... Rs   20,000
*      Rajasthan..................................... Rs   15,000
*      Delhi........................................... Rs   12,000
*      Uttarakhand................................. Rs   11,500
*      Chhatisgarh..................................Rs    10,000
*      Kerala..........................................Rs      1000

Now , MLAs of Delhi discovered their relative ranking in this " Pecking Order " and decided ( unanimously , of course ! ) that they must raise their salary to Rs 50,000 , in order to " Jump the Queue " and occupy position # 2 

As to what will happen next , your guess is as good as mine !

Irrespective of their political affiliations , all MLAs belong to ,

"  A  Mutual  Admiration  Society  "  !

The only way we can put a stop to this " Self Service Circus " is by :

*   Writing a " Job Description "  for our MLAs and MPs

*   Introducing " Objective Setting and Targets " 

*   Followed by  " Quarterly Online Performance  Appraisals " by voters

*   Enacting an electoral reform called " Right to Recall "

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hemen  parekh

19  Dec  2015

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