MISUSING POWER IS DAMAGING TO THE COUNTRY
Mark Tully has raised an important issue in ‘The moot question: who’ll guard the guardians?’ (Nov 4) regarding the blatant misuse of power by those at the helm of administrative affairs. Politicians are often not very well conversant with the finer points of governance. Neither elected representatives nor public servants take care of the people. That’s when gridlocks occur in development. To prevent a chaotic state of affairs, the government should not interfere with the autonomy of its institutions and the media must expose their wrongdoings when necessary.