PIO Hall Of Shame: PIOs Fined For Stupidity

PIOs, you are public servants. Arrogance does not do you much good.  You are our servants.

We are your masters, us, the tax paying law abiding citizens of India. Please start obeying your real masters, not the political excuses that come and go and whose rear ends you tend to lick.

To show these excuses of PIOs in their proper light, here are some of the superstars of the PIO hall of shame.

  • Yogesh Mehta:  Law Officer of a disgraced institution known as the NCW. He has been fined Rs 25,000 by the CIC for ignoring an RTI request regarding the Nithari murders, filed by a Naval officer.

Yogesh Mehta is on the right, and he’s dozing while Girija Vyas drones on.

By the way, he said: “489a is one of the most important tools in the hands of Indian women who have suffered abuse” in an article published by Indian Express.  Click here for the pdf. I do wonder why these fools call themselves law officers. They don’t seem to know about a very basic right: the right against arbitrary arrest. Under 498A, more than 1,50,000 women have been arrested since 2004.  Returning to our male Feminazi, Yogesh Mehta — SIF activists had  filed a number of RTIs and heard that he burrowed into a hole to avoid answering their calls. He went to the extent of having someone from the NCW say that he was on a 6 month vacation.  Moron !.

This is what the CIC said while fining him:

  • Dipender Pathak: Excuse of a PIO at Police HQ and Addl. Commissioner of Police (Gen. Admn). This is what the CIC had to say about him:



1 Response to “PIO Hall Of Shame: PIOs Fined For Stupidity”

  1. 1 PublicMaestroGroup October 8, 2008 at 6:15 am

    Damn right sir, lets shame these guys and reiterate who the masters are, in the “By the people, for the people, of the people” democracy!.

    If anyone has a picture of at least the sissy guy Yogesh Mehta, please send it to this blog owner, we need maximum shame on him, pls facilitate ur best to get this done.


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