How less-educated leaders mock hard-working IAS officers

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Lucknow, August 4: In an ugly display of power-play, Samajwadi Party (SP) minister Narendra Bhati, who is a Class 12 pass-out, proudly, gave a speech to villagers of Greater Noida, that how he got IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal suspended in just 41 minutes by a phone call to party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav.

The most surprising fact is that, in this whole episode of Durga's suspension, there is not just one villain, instead, there are 83 such 'Narendra Bhatis', who claim to have snatched the power of honest IAS officers.

Less-educated leaders mock IAS officers

These 83 'Narendra Bhatis' are those tainted MLAs, who have been chosen by the public of Uttar Pradesh and they are studied even below Class 12. The report card says that out of 83 MLAs, 36 are Class 12 pass, 25 are Class 10 pass, 13 are Class 8 pass and 2 are just Class 5 pass. Shockingly, Nine MLAs just know how to sign or give thumb impressions!

The reason behind showing details of SP ministers educational qualification is that how these MLAs have ruthlessly played with the hard-earned career of those students who have studied by burning the midnight oil and have made a career in the prestigious Indian Administrative Services.

We all are aware of the fact that it is not at all easy to crack the entrance exams of IAS, or for that matter, any other exam. So, who gave these under-educated MLAs, a license, to play the dirty game of politics with such hard-working students like Durga Shakti Nagpal.

There is no doubt that some ministers in the UP government are hand-in-gloves with sand mafia behind the suspension of Durga Shakti Nagpal. That's why, the Supreme Court has rightly asked Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, that what steps he has taken in this case.

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