Mr. Sampath, please stop playing dangerous game with democracy
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From: Save Indian Democracy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, May 8, 2014 at 8:37 PM
Subject: Mr. Sampath, please stop playing dangerous game with democracy
To: Save Indian Democracy <email@example.com>
Dear Mr. Sampath,
It is destiny that has chosen you to lead India’s elections at a critical time in India’s history. Groomed throughout your lifetime as a bureaucrat playing second fiddle to politicians, you do not seem to understand the significance of the position you are holding or the significance of the period in India’s history you are holding this position. This is not about Modi, this is not about BJP, this is about people’s will, this is about India’s democracy which you are entrusted to protect and execute.
It is said that a coward is more dangerous than a crooked. The timidity EC has displayed during this election leaves a lot to be desired and questions your eligibility to the position of Chief Election Commissioner of this great country. Your timidity may stem from your lifetime obedience to bosses, or perhaps the truth in allegations of your disproportionate wealth and your alleged involvement in various scams from Coalgate to Airbus scams.
If in your mind you think you can play partisan with your responsibilities, please think again. It only enhances those whom you try to suppress. If you think the security cover given by corrupt establishment will save you after elections, please think again. The rage of 1.2 billion Indians will not save you and your fellow commissioners.
Your actions are putting India’s democracy at a great peril that will have tremendous consequences. Please recoup your sources and do your duty, as one great India’s figure said, Just do your duty, rest will take care of itself.
Save Indian Democracy