Plunder in the Name of Progress
I have read most of your stories but this one made me write to you because I am from Chhattisgarh (Raigarh). Your story is an eye-opener, and a slap on the face of the Raman-led BJP government. My parents always vote for
I have asked them to read your story. I wish each and every person in Chhattisgarh could read this story.
CURE FOR APATHY
Now we understand the reason why the BJP blocked Parliament from functioning. So that the corruption and worthlessness of the BJP government may not be exposed. What a cheap trick, at the expense of the nation!.
JACOB SAHAYAM, ON EMAIL Refer to ‘ The Invisible Dead’ by Revati Laul and Anil Mishra, 22 September. Refer to ‘ The Plunder Under His Watch’ by Ashish Khetan, 29 September. Read your story on the Raman-Raj. Thanks for making things clear. Congratulations.
BHUWANESH JAIN, ON EMAIL Please accept my heartiest congratulations on writing this story. While the ground analysis was exhausting, the tearing into the so-called state government was inimitable. Backed by minutest facts, the Chhattisgarh government has been unmasked. And you deserve applause for that. The article has been so touching, I just couldn’t help write this mail in the middle of the night. Your hon- In the hideously unequal society of Chhattisgarh’s Maoist zone, the malaria epidemic has proved to be a great leveller. It has spared neither the hunter nor the hunted, neither the perpetrator nor the victims. Refer to Ashish Khetan’s ‘ The Silence of the Lamb’ 15 September.
AMIT MANUVIRAJ, ON EMAIL
Your article was superb. I appreciate the effort you have put in. Once again underscores the label given to Manmohan Singh as a weak prime minister.
VIVEK, ON EMAIL
TRUTH ALSO DARES
Refer to ‘ The Sting in the Story’ by Ashish Khetan, 8 September. Just read your report on the Naroda Patiya case. I sincerely appreciate your courage and