Our revered leaders, time and again, keep telling the history of successes and failures in the long drawn legal battle with LIC and GOI. The readers of the PC are by now very much familiar with them.
The pensioners are more concerned and pray that the leaders try their best to succeed in getting the judgement on their side. It is difficult to find leaders of the same disposition.The leaders are at liberty to play their decisive roles in the matter of court cases as guided by their learned counsellors and in other aspects, within the established rules of accountability, impunity etc but above board completely.
Some readers have rightly expressed in the recent past that there is a need for warring groups to call for permanent truce for good. It is time that our leaders develop a spirit of compromise and mutual trust.
SN (a 1992 pensioner)