A whistle-blower,fighting against corruption in Oil Cos. for past 12 yrs,attempts to highlight scourge of Corruption;now via Micro Fiction also. The Scam about Stock Losses/Promotions/Transfers/ Eng. Jobs/Adulterations/Purchases/Misuse of Kerosene/Short Delivery through Petrol Pumps etc. is more widespread and murkier than 2-G/Coal Scam. As the Oil Ind. thrives on Corruption, Sycophancy, Wine,Women,Wealth; the articles too depict the same vices.(Also see the Real Fight-Non Fiction.)
An Open Presentation to PM
The Real Fight- Non-Fiction: The Readers not interested in Fiction may see an open representation to PM about corruption in Oil Cos. The Presentation is also embedded below.Details about the fight in the right side column down below. Pl See Why am I a Blogger? (I may also write occasional articles on this blog for self, friends, Family and Indibloggers on diverse subjects.)
the Chief Manager, and Reno the Senior Manager were eternally grateful blokes. Appreciating
Topi’s services, they decided to have yet another massive Overhead tank constructed
by 'Topi Pissoo Mehta’ the Contractor. Approval to construct the tank on single
quotation basis was not a problem. SPCL had a beautiful, dutiful system
of generating ‘File Notes’ so as to ‘pile notes’ with impunity.
blank ‘File Note’ is a thick
sheet with several dotted lines on which thick-skinned bosses sign to hilariously justify some
utterly unjustifiable actions like: out of turn promotions/transfers, placement
of Orders on single quotation basis on exorbitantly higher rates, enhancement of Kerosene Quota in cities where
no body uses kerosene, reconstitution/resitement/appointment/termination of
dealerships , writing off huge stock losses/bad debts in hundreds of Crores,
relaxation in payment terms for big industrial houses including famed Airlines, sending chosen Officers
to Europe for training in LPG Operations in India, reimbursement of air travel /
hotel expenses of Ministry Officials, purchase of expensive gifts for various Govt.
sponsored bosses’ air travel and the five star hotel stay in Nachpur, the
district headquarters of Tapri village. (Bosses got the bills reimbursed from
SPCL also and pocketed the money matter of factly, without evincing any trace of eructation...) Topi
arranged a lavish party in bosses’ favorite and an exclusive nude Cabaret Joint-
Bhogi Bar-pride of Nachpur District, frequented by Politicians, Govt. Servants and
desi Oil magnates.
file note to construct the Overhead tank was originated by Reno, recommended by
Satak and handed over to Topi for taking the approval from the bosses. Topi
gave the File Note to Shanno, the star performer of Bhogi Bar and darling of
the bosses. Shanno, Julie, Gulbadan and many others arrived, performed and
pleased the bosses as planned by Topi, Satak and Reno.
Shanno, the ecdysiast, finally showed her designer ‘latke-jhatke’; covering her coveted body with only a 'file
note'. Accustomed to these desi Oil Magnates, she too knew how to pile currency notes
from file notes. She ensured that nobody touched her before signing on the File
Note. The bosses sitting in the innermost ring appreciated the game of ‘paper
strip’ teasing .They first stylishly threw the notes, sponsored by Topi, on
Shanno. Then, they attacked on the file note granting their approvals hurriedly
without looking at the body of the File Note. But, the other body in question did
not escape their probing eyes & hands…
Reno and Topi, sitting in the middle ring were harmoniously singing just
released the then Doordarshan Hit, “Mile Sur Mera Tumhara …” to the every step
taken by Shanno, Julie and Gulbadan.
knowledgeable audience of SPCL Officers sitting on the periphery appreciated
Topi Pissoo Mehta by singing: ‘Jai Mehta
Di, Jai Mehta Di!’. As the chorus gained momentum, Shanno and other dancers
started enchanting the bosses with their plastic love. Excited and ecstatic bosses
also started chanting sacredly in mesmerized tones: ‘Jai Mehta di, Jai Me’ta di!’.
thrilled Topi thanked his stars and roared most religiously, as was his wont:
“Jai Mata di!”.
The SPCL community reverberated heartily: “Jai Me’ta di!”.