Ever visited DDA Office , in Vikas Sadan ?

Ever visited DDA Office , in Vikas Sadan ?
The public is made to go to every UDC responsible , to cry for his rights. One look at the said Office and one wonders , how they can be responsible for developing the Capital city of Delhi. One enters corridors , with rows and rows of Steel cupboards greeting you. Some of them lead to halls , also divided by monstrous steel cupboards. The Babus are still living , as if Computers dont exist. They keep scanning the file , for ages , with no success.
If they cant even keep an Office in order , how can they look after the city ? Broken furniture occupying pride of place in such an expensive Office space ?
Several email, remain unanswered.
Will CVC have a study done to see why we are still in the 19th. Century.Why provide Computers and waste public funds, if the methods employed are so archaic.False advts. also a waste of funds. This is the surface, See the banners and Bill boards outside, but what really happens ? more  

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The Govt servants in our country are having powers much more than the ministers even. Ministers come and go,but govt babus remain the same. They suck the blood of MOTHER INDIA and shall always suck its blood,till every portfolio, however important for the country is privatized and privates you know,they suck the blood of employees and of the customers. So, socialism of capitalism,both are equal in our country. They are not for the ordinary man- Aam Aadmi aise hi marta rahega,jabtak wah ek jut v niisvarth hokar,situation ka mukabla nahi karega. more  
Corruption has become a part and parcel of life. How can one think to make India free of corruption! There is only one way that the Govt. and authorities follow i.e. get the person complaining/fighting corruption involved in some criminal or other case. Who cares for the true person? Only mighty and powerful/scoundrels get favor everywhere. Earlier, people used to boycott those people, who were characterless. But now a days people put such people on their heads as they are afraid of such people for they might entangle them in some or the other problem. more  
this country will run like this only.Very very difficult to change the system.Govt servant while in his office thinks that he is KING. They don't listen to public. more  
True to the core. let CVC step in. more  
The rust and dust has jammed the system so badly that even authorities have given up on them. I am aware of what you meant by the offices you describe in your post. Alarming and shocking is the sight, i wonder how it can go unnoticed in a country where media and so called political parties are soo active. People for that matter bring these things to notice. I mean our prime minister is going all over the world to bring business back home but just see the plight of these offices. Sadly, first own house has to be clean then only we can invite visitors and guests. The plight of these offices remains so no matter how much scrutiny is observed since the nexus is strong, old and highly corrupt. Whenever someone visits such an office, take pictures and post here. I recently went to MTNL office in my area. Couldn't stand there for more than few minutes due to smell and disgusting environment. more  
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