Absolutely without comment

Vijay Narnampatti and I had been to Seshadri Road yesterday to talk to the members of the Empowered Committee as they inspected the road, on which dozens of majestic trees are slated to be felled.

While we were waiting for them, this caught my eye….

I am going to let the banner speak for itself!

Comments, though, are welcome!

Comments:

  1. Aswin S says:

    Interesting Banner, yes. But then, not much action has been taken on the caught-red-handed State Govt officials itself, don’t you think?

    I remember reading a report on that sometime back in TOI.

  2. Deepa Mohan says:

    oh, yes; the “catching” seems very symbolic…! the “caught” seem to carry on with their lives and (greedy) careers with great aplomb.

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