SYSTEM–my-FOOT Series of vidhwa vilap from an enigmatic, diabolical and vicious split personality – full of contradictions, a Megalomaniac and overall, a Devil incarnate

Baba Bakhoran Dass (BBD) is at a loss as usual, recollecting so many incidents in sync. Having said so, the present write up firmly establishes his character as megalomaniac. The story is about an organisation where a mini microscopic population was called as FR, and by and large the population was happy and by their contributions, the organisation was happier and better acknowledged by all stakeholders including controllers and regulators. Then, destiny brought a transplanted head, and this tribe was rechristened with new 3 letter word replacing ‘Representative’ by “OFFICER”. So, the new designation stated showing its true colour and instead of ‘real’ “rural” development, the elite class of OFFICERS were used/abused/misused and the gap between the service seekers and providers started widening. The whole scenario has changed in such a manner that it resembles a situation of a long queue wherein the person at place Y is happy that has picked the valuable from the pockets of person standing in the queue X forgetting that the person at Z has already picked his pocket. The moot question remains unanswered – and that is WHO is the real beneficiary?. All of us are jointly and severally are cheating each other. No proper assessment of credit gap(need) and supply. Majority of service seekers have become mentally corrupt and the providers have assumed the lead role of Kabuliwala lender. Either, too less or FAAAAAR More than actual requirement (to enable to treat the human being as pawns (target). We have graduated with distinction is showing our brave face as well wishers of Farmers. Let us introspect within! Are we really playing the true role of service providers or are bogged down with so many useless statistics (which no body uses to compare and examine its authenticity/accuracy/relevance.

Author: mahesh3006

A retired development banker with strong bias towards rural development through microcredit