echoed the voice of millions of Indians who often complain about potholes in newly laid-out roads. First let’s see what all she said when she got angry.
Is this your work? You will go to jail for this!
This money belongs to the people, not you. Commission-khori ki bhi had hoti hai! (Even bribery has a limit!)
Out of the 17 contracts given to you, work has not begun on 10 of them," said Chandrakala. "Chup! Galti aap logon ki hai. (Shut up! The fault is yours.)
An FIR should be lodged against this kind of work. Otherwise, an FIR will be registered against all of you.
Have some shame. Morality has died in you.
Within two days, road construction with new tiles should begin here. Otherwise, you will be blacklisted.
But who is Chandrakala?
Chandrakala is 35-year-old IAS officer. She originally hails from Andhra Pradesh. Her mother tongue is Lambadi, according to DoPT records. In fact, most Banjara or Lambadi people of India live in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. About 2.2 million people like Chandrakala speak their own dialect along with Telugu.
A post graduate in economics, Chandrakala was till recently the DM of Mathura where from she was transferred out, reportedly without assigning any reason.