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facebook debate 18-19 October 2013

Prasanna Mishra

#CBI — An investigating authority needs to do its work professionally rather than loudly. There is need for handling an issue with great degree of sensitivity. Mere registration of a case should not be treated as scoring a point. Ultimately an investigation has to be concluded with either a final report or a charge-sheet. Even at the stage of filing a charge-sheet the investigating authority needs to be convinced that the evidence with it will surely secure a conviction.

These niceties need to be followed by every investigating agency and surely by India’s premier investigating agency– the CBI. There needs to be far greater degree of circumspection in handling investigation. The increasing love of trial by media must stop. So should be the tendency of playing to the gallery.

Naveen Patnaik, if one recalls , was in the habit of referring even unimportant issues to CBI as a cheap expediency, to gain political mileage. He was acting more for his own image rather than upholding the supremacy of law. The country is well aware how Mayawati and Mulayam Singh were witnessing CBI blowing hot at times and cold at times.

The country needs far greater professionalism and sobriety in handling investigations. While there should not be political interference, the investigator must have to act professionally with utmost respect for the law of the land.

Santosh Pradhan

The CBI and media both have bigger to play to expose corruption at the top.Just imagine what it takes to expose a well educated, foreign qualified, blue blood legacy carrying gentleman like Navin Patnaik.This man with his deceptive look and media management skill , has the potential loot entire Odisha without anyone getting any hint of it.Hightime for all national and international agency to chip in.

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LRanjan Nanda

Sir, I agree with u.But the problem with CBI is that it is nt governed by any separate act.It is still the same British era Delhi Police act which govern it.It has become a tool in Congress(I).Lalu is convicted,nt Nitish.Mulayam is set free.So far Naveen sir concerned I don’t think he has done any wrong by recommending HINDALCO,an MNC.He had nt taken the decision,it was the PM who has taken decision.

Balaram Sahoo

LAW OF THE LAND SHOULD BE RESPECTED IN ANY COST.

Santosh Pradhan

What do we expect Navin to do to call it wrong.He did what an utterly corrupt politician could have done to agrgue in favor of a lost case for the benefit best known to him and his “chamchas”.It is high time people and CBI to ask him why all his recommendation are coming under scrutiny?

Satyaswarup Mohanty

There was no valid reason for recommending coal allocation for Hindalco as the the company had failed earlier to use the coals allocated to and create the required capacity. besides the company had an alternatice supply route from MCL . please read this artcile to know how there was no case whatsoever justifying any recommendation.

Satyaswarup Mohanty

http://www.thehindu.com/…/article5244824.ece…

Dhanada Mishra

The only declared donation above 20k received by BJD was for 5 cr from the Birla Electoral trust. Ofcourse the trust donates to many other parties also. See http://adrindia.org/… for details.

Prakash Mahanta

BJD had also recd some amount from Vedanta and given them thousand acres of land belonging to Lord Jagannath.

Jagannath Prasad Mishra

You are right sir. CBI must investigate with out any Political interference under direct monitoring of Supreme Court . Central Govt should provide all related papers and documents to complete investigation for submission to apex court for hearing and final judgement with in reasonable time frame.

Tapan Padhi

Who will ensure political noninterference sir? If police comes under judiciary, may be some hope expected

Niranjan Tripathy

Any investigation should be impartial with utmost human concern for justice and rule of law

Smarajit Mohanty

Can we ever expect the agency fair and free from any interference as long as it is controlled by political bosses.

Prasant Kumar Patnaik

sir you are absolutely right . It may not happen as long as the political as well as bureaucratic system is clean and responsible .

Prakash Mahanta

Abolish both of them

Prasanna Mishra

Information on receipt of funds by a political Party is in the public domain. The Party in a democracy is duty bound to reflect it correctly in its accounts. Let friends see how much of funds Biju Janata Dal has been receiving year to year and whether last year’s receipt is adequate even to fund the air travel cost of its President in connection with the last Election to the Municipal Bodies and the likely air travel cost for the expected Election to the rest of the Municipal Bodies and coming General Election. If you feel that the Party has been reporting meagre receipts which can never meet the Election related expenses actually incurred, then should you not ask at least to yourself how the lavish expenditure on Elections is being met ? Have we ever considered the import of such a practice that has been followed during the long rule of the Regional Party whose only rationale is to develop the state?

Chinu Mahanti

Yes, indeed. But why only regional parties in general or BJD in particular? The whole lot of these free booters in other political parties should do that too. Let the oldest bandicoot of the tribe, the Holy cow Cngess party do it to start with. Since Odisha is our first concern, I understand the urgency & importance of your worry, Prasanna.

Rajkumar Dash

Applicable to all parties

COALGATE & NAVEEN PATNAIK- II

Biswajit Mohanty

In the best interests of the state ? Naveen backs Hindalco , a part of the Aditya Birla business combine which is also involved in the mining scam in Odisha ! Wonder why Naveen thought that such dirty groups should be given all natural resources in the “best interests of the state ?”

Orissa CM says backed Hindalco in the best interest of the state – Indian Express

www.indianexpress.com

Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Thursday said he had written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in August 2005 to examine Hindalco’s request for the Talabira II coal block in Jharsuguda district …

Ardhendu Sekhar Chatterjee

jai hind!

Ranjit Kumar Patnaik

The excuse for every such act of this kind, cannot be other than being good of the State or Country

Laxminarayan Kanungo

If at all he would not have recommended for a reputed company the critics would have asked on which ground he recommended for a novice company ? Can’t we call it as policy paralysis?

Biswajit Mohanty

Which reputed name you mean? Hindalco ? Their group company in Odisha is already involved in the mining scam . Was he not aware of this ?

Biswajit Mohanty

How could he recommend the name of a dirty company ?

Laxminarayan Kanungo

Pl. enlighten about the purported scam…

Biswajit Mohanty

The name of the Company run and owned by Aditya Birla group is Essel Mining. They face cases filed by the mining department and forest department and owe several thousands of crores of rupees to the state govt. as fines for excess mining!

Laxminarayan Kanungo

CM has written he has given priority for companies who were adding more value in ‘our state’ instead of sending the raw material to some other state…

Prasanta Patnaik

SINCE MR NAVEEN PATNAIK’S PAST ACTIVITIES ARE NOW UNDER THE C.B.I. SCANNER, LET US WAIT AND WATCH THE RESULT AND BE SURE THAT HIS RECOMMENDATION FOR THE COAL BLOCK WAS FOR THE “BEST INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF ODISHA OR TO SERVE INTERESTS OF SOMEONE ELSE. TRUTH MUST PREVAIL…..

Biswajit Mohanty

Why blame him since no one is all that clean as they portray

Dhanada Mishra

The only declared donation above 20k received by BJD was for 5 cr from the Birla Electoral trust. Ofcourse the trust donates to many other parties also. See http://adrindia.org/… for details.

Tapan Padhi

Let him prove the so called ” State Interest”

Biswajit Mohanty

The issue is if companies who do value addition will be recommended by the CM, did he consider other offers ? Was this advertised in the papers inviting interested parties who want to set up power plants that coal blocks will be recommended and what they can give to the state in return ? Nothing of this kind was done. It was a direct one to one approach just like the allotment of minor ports where it is difficult to calculate the value given by the successful allottee and find out whether it was in the interests of the state as claimed by Naveen !

Jayanta Panda

The State should not be holding its own interest, it is there to look after the interest of its constituent.

So long as a concept such as “the public interest” (or the “social” or “national” or “international” interest) is regarded as a valid principle to guide legislation—lobbies and pressure groups will necessarily continue to exist. Since there is no such entity as “the public,” since the public is merely a number of individuals, the idea that “the public interest” supersedes private interests and rights, can have but one meaning: that the interests and rights of some individuals take precedence over the interests and rights of others.

Sandeep Mishra

Realize the fact that what is in the best interest of BJD is in the best interest of the state..

Cma Ananda Mohapatra

COAL Policy required to be revived & restructured taking into consideration Power Crisis & Sustainable Development

Ranjit Kumar Patnaik

The excuse for every such act of this kind, cannot be other than being good of the State or Country

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