4 years ago

It has often been found that government policies prove out to be disasters. However, responsibilities for proper implementation of policies lie with the bureaucrats. Can they really wash off their hands from such responsibilities entrusted upon them?


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usha manohar
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4 years ago

I agree that bureaucrats have a larger role in the implementation ...however they totally depend on the politician/ minister for funds . Normally that's where the delay comes in !


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anil
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4 years ago

It is right that bureaucrats are depends on politicians for funds, but every one know how our bureaucrats are corrupt. For delay in implementation bureaucrats are more responsible than politicians.

Arunima Singh
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4 years ago

Everyone is a part of this corrupt system and the blame game keeps going. There have been bureaucrats who were/are honest and have to pay a huge price for that.  


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anil
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4 years ago
Arunima Singh wrote:

Everyone is a part of this corrupt system and the blame game keeps going. There have been bureaucrats who were/are honest and have to pay a huge price for that.  

Yes at present it is very hard to work honestly in India. In Rajasthan some month ago police killed one gangster in an encounter. In pressure of one community Rajasthan government order for CBI investigation. In this situation who will like to work honestly.

arjun sai
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4 years ago

It's the duty of ministers to ensure that the policies are being implemented. And they only implement those policies which they think will help them.

jabeen
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4 years ago

No doubt its the bureaucrats who implements the policies but its the responsibilities of the ministers to ensure that the policies are being implemented properly by constantly monitoring their work and giving supports where necessary. 

 

usha manohar
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4 years ago

While ministers come and go bureaucrats are always there ..but , in many cases they face interference by the minister in charge and later when a different person takes over the ministry , he or she may find fault with the policy of the previous regime , tends to hold the bureaucrats responsible. Something similar happened in Karnataka when one of the top Lady IAS officer was shunted out of her post and she had to resort to High court . Thankfully , the court saw that she was being victimized by the present CM and ordered that she should be restored back. But from what I hear, her life is not easy now ...


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Shalu Joseph
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4 years ago

We can't blame completely the bureaucrats political pressure make them take lot of bad decisions. So the answer would be both are equally responsible 

Suny Ag
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4 years ago

The red tapism is bad working culture in Indian workforce, especially the government servants won't let the the things move despite having enough funds and means available. We have been seeing the present trend going on forever and there seems to be no chance changing the scenario any time soon.


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anil
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4 years ago
Arunima Singh wrote:

Everyone is a part of this corrupt system and the blame game keeps going. There have been bureaucrats who were/are honest and have to pay a huge price for that.  

But these honest bureaucrats are like salt is flour.

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