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Open Secrets can be treated as the first open confession of an intelligence operative

Maloy Krishna Dhar

Over the years, the political system has misused the intelligence organisations.

Maloy Krishna Dhar

What is more insidious is the misuse of agencies in interfering with the elected governments, indulging in toppling games, spying on every conceivable individual and groups of individuals including the members of the bureaucracy, judiciary, Bar councils, university professors and members of the media.

Maloy Krishna Dhar

I do not have a magic wand but my efforts have to be judged with sincerity and not through the prism of the past

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

I would like to be judged by my actions

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

I am going there tomorrow to be with my people and understand their pain and suffering and find a suitable remedy to their problems

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

Surprisingly, everyone asks me whether I want to meet Hurriyat and other separatists groups. I am open to meeting all as has been made clear by the Union home minister (Rajnath Singh) while making the announcement. Why does this doubt arise in the first place

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

I am going to the Valley with no blinkers on. I am willing to meet every common person who has a genuine grievance

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

One needs to understand that the youth and students are our future. They have to take forward Jammu and Kashmir to new heights in the next few years and that is why my attempt is to clear their misconceptions at this stage so that they progress with a focused vision.

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

Foremost in my mind is to create awareness about the Act. As of now there is little awareness. 

Swadhin Kshatriya (IAS Officer)

The Act is powerful. It is precisely for its implementation that commission is made. The government is serious on about its implementation in letter and spirit. 

Swadhin Kshatriya (IAS Officer)

Right to services is not something being recognised for the first time. Citizen’s Charter was built on the same principle but lacked enforcement. 

Swadhin Kshatriya (IAS Officer)

The weakest link being in the actual delivery of services, especially at the grassroots level. In that case, the Maharashtra Right to Public Services Act, 2015 is an evolution out of the experience, unlike its predecessor which ended up in paper without bringing the expected change

Swadhin Kshatriya (IAS Officer)

Delivery of public services to the citizens is a statutory obligation and not a matter of state generosity, as presumed earlier. This Act contributes to the paradigm shift and it is revolutionary.

Swadhin Kshatriya (IAS Officer)

We had an Act before this Right to Services Act, but that was based on the Citizens' Charter on delivery of services within a stipulated time. The earlier Act lacked the enforcement part. The new Act is the best of its kind in the country

Swadhin Kshatriya (IAS Officer)

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