Mangaluru: DC Sasikanth Senthil resigns, says decision purely personal one


Fundamental building blocks of diverse democracy being compromised, says Senthil

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Sep 6: IAS officer and deputy commissioner (DC) of Dakshina Kannada Sasikanth Senthil tendered his resignation on Friday, September 6 citing personal reasons.

Sasikanth Senthil S, an IAS officer of the 2009 batch, hails from Tamil Nadu and has previously served as DC of Raichur.




DC Sasikanth Senthil's letter to friends

He holds a BE degree in electrical and communications.

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  • YOGI THUNTA, MANGALURU - NEAR PUMPWELL CIRCLE

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Since the GOVT ruling on people religious sentiments there is no scope for the EDUCATED people who willing to work sincerely to the nation !

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Finally, only the Uneducated will remain in India ...

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  • V. Kumar, Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    There are quite a number of mafias such as sand, building, transport, real estate are operating in Mangalore (DK Dist). IAS/IPS officers are pressurised by many corrupt politicians and illegal business people. Honest officers like Annamalai, Sasikant Senthil and few others dont compromise with their principles. They work for the people and not to the politicains or business people. So Central and State BJP governments will have to pay heavy price for all these things. Only God can save our country and not the corrupt system.

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    People who have involved in corruption and put up wealth in the wrong ways will walk with BJP hand in hand, to avoid raids, investigation and jail! Sincere officers won't bend/surrender, because, they don't have anything to hide.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    I AM VERY VERY DEEPLY DISTURBED WITH SUCH AN OCCURRENCE!!

    "The young child is free of fear; children are born without any fear. If the society can help and support them to remain without fear, can help them to climb the trees and the mountains, and swim the oceans and the rivers, if the society can help them in every possible way to become adventurers, adventurers of the unknown, and if the society can create a great enquiry instead of giving them dead beliefs, then the children will turn into great lovers, lovers of life -- and that is true religion. There is no higher religion than love."
    -Osho-

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  • Karuna, Bangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Tamil IAS officers have a different way if thinking than others. They do not trust party politics having democratic value Their pilitics is a kind if personality based. Anamallya is another example

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  • Prajwal J.P., Mangaluru

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Some 16 months back when Yadiyoorappa sworn in as CM, he first did a great job of transferring IPS Police officer Annamalai from Chikmaglur as demamnded by C.T.Ravi. Now lots of transfers take place in Karnataka. DC Sasikant Senthil resigned due to the princoples of Central and State BJP government policies. RSS leaders are interfering in every field like education, law and order, media, judiciary etc. So political system is collapsed day by day.Nobody should question the government.If someone questions, he becomes Deshdrohi. If corrupt political leaders like Mukul Roy, Narayana Rane, Himant Sharma and others join BJP, then they becaome Mr.Clean! If they dont join then they have to face the music from CBI, ED and other agencies. In this situation sincere and honest Officers like Annamalai , Sasikant Sentil and others cant work under the pressure of some corrupt politicians. Yadyurappa's drama of persuading DC Sentil was nothing but fooling the people of Mangalore.

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  • madanson, mangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    after DSP M.K.Ganapathi, Anupama Shenoy, D.K.Ravi, IPS officer Annamalai, one more addition. except Senthil sir, all other officers worked under congress/jds govt. so congress party could be knowing the actual reason for these resignations & they cant escape simply protesting in this case.

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  • ismail Sayyed Nadiguthu, Jokatte/ Doha-Qatar

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Honest officer.We miss you Sir.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    When the able DC 's are not allowed to work according to the capabilities then why we need to appoint other DC's? If higher authorities can govern from their chair... let them only administer.. no need of appointing new ones just for name sake and transfer them within few months... Or persuade them to resign.. !!they cannot impart justice nor they can administer fairly...

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  • Anand, mumbai.

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Where is our.MP and MLAs. IF any burocrates going against their wishes they will be transferred.

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  • NN, NN

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Most IAS officers do not want to work as Peons of politicians. Anyone can be a politician but not IAS officer. A street thug with money power and muscle power with their political affiliation can dictate the terms to these officers and make them feel underdogs. How do we expect them to do their duty honestly and efficiently? Did someone write in this portal stating that this is not the right time to leave because of the flooding and disaster? BS. He doesn't need anyone's permission to leave. Well, take over from him, if you have an ability to manage. We need to have a legislation to make these IAS officers function independently with no interference from anyone. Interfering in discharging the duty of public servants by the politicians requires a stringent punishment.

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  • Touheed Maldar, Bhatkal

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Wondering about the future of Indian administration, where the qualified administrators are feeling unsafe about the regulation of the system , then how can (we) normal citizens are safe and will be safe ???? The question has lots of things to think but literate people are aware of the scenario . Hope for the best and pray for rest honest officers present in the system.

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Mr Sentill is A ROLE MODEL OF A ROLE MODEL OF AN OFFICER WHO HAS RENDERED YEOMAN SERVICE TO THE THE CITY OF MANGALORE AND THE PEOPLE OF MANGALORE.. Wherever he goes, he will go with the blessings of senior people of Mangalore and with the best wishes from the entire community.

    Mangalore has lost a fine officer.

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  • Thinker, Kudla

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Will honest and straightforward officers survive in new India under current dispensation??

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    90%of the IAS /IPS who have resigned at middle age have joined different political parties. Some have won and most have lost
    We will wait and see

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  • K T Kumar, Bangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Mr Santhil's resignation is ill timed when state is reeling under heavy rain and sever flood. I think public servants need to learn professionalism by seeing successful units like BARC , ISRO etc. Don't politicise when your service is very much needed.

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  • John Monteiro, Bondel Mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    As a keen media monitor, I found that DC Senthil led from the front with hands-on initiatives – especially in respect of tourist promotion and in combating mosquitoes to control diseases like dengue, malaria and other mosquito-related diseases by showing by example how stagnant water can breed mosquitoes that lead to the ailments and can be tackled by eliminating stagnant water - the breeding spaces for mosquitoes. He personally demonstrated where mosquitoes bred and emptied water containers which were the culprits.
    As for tourism promotion, Senthil was hands-on and I still remember a photo of his parasailing in the backwaters of Falguni (Gurpur) river during a tourist promotion campaign last year.
    When Senthil was at headquarters, people used to rush to his office which turned into an unregulated darbar. I had an occasion to see this when I went there to meet him regarding a book, DK Darshan, which his predecessor DC had commissioned and I had to present him a digital copy of the final draft as also a copy of my latest book, published in USA, titled Corruption - India’s Painful Crawl to Lokpal.
    That the digital copy of the book is yet to be published is another matter. But what I found during that visit was that Senthil had immense patience with his visitors some of whom argued their points as they would do in a court.
    In retrospect, now, I think such people-centric bureaucrats are misfits in today’s political setting.
    We can only wish Senthil well in whatever he seeks to do.

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  • ad, mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    India is not a democratic country anymore under this government. Its a "name sake democracy". Real Democratic people and rule of law principled cannot function in this scenario.

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  • Valerian Menezes, Kota

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Day by day the country's administration is going from bad to worse. This resignation is shocking.

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  • Dr. Haneef Shabab, Bhatkal

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Bad Days ahead.... for.... Good People

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  • Prakash V. Shetty, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    First IPS Super Cop Annamalai and now IAS civil servant Sashikant Senthil. Yedyurappa's most corrupt BJP Govt never allows honest officers to do ther job in DK and Udupi Dists. It is nothing but trasfer mafia which is looting. Plum posts are sold for crores of rupees. But Central Govt is dumb and deff. Where is the CBI and ED? Where is Anna Hazare? Where is Baba Ramdev? Where is our PM Modi and Home minister Amit Shah? Where is RSS general secretary B>L.Santosh? Who have been souting about the corruptin cases of Congress and JDS parties? Can BJP CM Yadyurappa and state president Nalin Kumar Kateel answer the above questions asked by common citizen of Mangalore in particular and Karnataka in general? Can CBI and ED take action on the BJP MLAs, MPs and businessmen? DK and Udupi are always targetted by BJP.There are majority of MLAs elected from Coastal Karnataka.But none of them open their mouth!! What a shame to BJP!!

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  • Tea Boy, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Democracy has ceased to function in India since 2014. It's emergency rule by BJP. In Kashmir the situation is worse than EMERGENCY!!!!!??????....

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  • rahul, kochi

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    There is no BJP govt in kochi, hence kochi got a metro rail. and its easy to fool congress for big money tickets.

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  • Mohammad Arif, Al Khobar/Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    It's really unprecedented haven't seen in my lifetime people taking the drastic step of leaving IAS and shows what horror must be going on behind the scenes, to prompt these kinds of resignations.

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  • Valson Mendonsa, Mangalore/USA

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Too many 'BAD Mangoes' in the bad basket today … So, 'GOOD Mangoes' cannot survive in the bad basket, Its that Simple..
    Before somebody orders....Not to see.. Not to talk.. Not to act.. Just say what command say!! YES to- yes..then NO to- no. that leaded to Go Off....Great guy..

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    No need to explain the governance of BJP, which we have realised.

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, India

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Individual freedom is under threat in present times. Character assassination is enjoying golden period. Most pro Govt people have become Vice chancellors of " certification university ".. RTI has been diluted. Under public safety act any one can be arrested without giving reason for a term. Where India's future will go by resigning all such civil servants.

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Soldier desserting his army has nothing to celebrate....move on..we have thousands of capable people....

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Yes, you are right and fully agree with you. One upright and honest officer leaves the service there are one hundred corrupt, unethical and dishonest candidates are in waiting to grab the chair under present times.

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  • Manohar, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Uneducated can't understand this. Ignore them.

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    its not that easy, passing IAS exam itself is tough, getting a post requires superficial amount of influence.

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  • Appana Kodimanaye, Halady

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    You mean to say there are lakhs and lakhs of CHAI BHATHIS waiting in Hindustan????????

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  • Anil Dcunha, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    From many days, observing the political scenario in this district and in the nation as a whole, unfortunate incidents like these were expected. Though the saying goes like "truth always prevails" we see that it doesn't come out. Some people commit suicide and some really upright and sincere personalities tender their resignation for the reason that cannot compromise democratic values for political pressure. Senthil Sir is a very good, sincere, kind and committed person above all he is a very good human being. Sir, your decision to resign from the post you earned with so much of struggle and hard work, is definitely not an act of running away from the clutches of political influence, rather its a serious and dangerous alert to all those who think about the betterment of our country. This country is not in safe hands. How we could encourage our children to write competitive exams. If so much of political indulgence, overpowering, domination and bossism from political circle is there on bureaucrats, how to work for the development of the country? We want you to continue your Administrative service. If it is impossible then pls enlighten our young generation about the present scenario and motivate them to think progressively and not lean towards religion and power. We salute you sir. and wish you all the best. May the Almighty bless you in every way in your decisions.

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  • Sunny, Mlore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Begani shadi mein Abdulla Deewana

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  • Salim, Bagalkot

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Sorry to hear this news. God knows why he resigned. Anyways all the best for his future. People come and go but the show must go on.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Read his resignation letter again and you'll know the reason!!

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  • Vincent, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Sudden shocking news. An efficient Officer who's good work was everyday was getting to read in the newspapers is resigning. Very sad news. Very bad news.

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  • Manohar, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Person who loves and respects our constitution cannot work under present central govt.

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  • Roshan DC, India

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Though they are highly qualified people but have to work with Uneducated Elected Ministers....its our faulty system. Currently its all the more.....

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  • RANGA, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Stop demonizing Bjp govt. how can u forget BBMP officer Mathew,police officer Anupama,D Roopa, Bande, DC DKRavi so on. Which govt was there back then. Even though it’s personal decision but I think Senthil, Anupama had better option to continue n serve than resign. They should learn from Police officer Roopa who is continuing service without compromising.

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  • societal web, dubai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    read his tweet my friend and you will understand, if at all.

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  • Hussain, Kaup

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Did you watch ganapathy interview as well as his death note???

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  • irfan, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Indians wants to be number one country in the world but Educated and talented officers not having freedom and power to do their duty. If Uneducated and corrupt politicians in power and wants to control everything in unethical way how any officer can work honestly for the country.

    Kya hogha mere Desh Ka? phir bhi dil hai hindustani ...

    lets united in the name of Indian to give better future for our kids and society rather than fighting in the name of religion, caste, language.

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  • Sangram sangam, Kundapur

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    DYSP MK Ganapathi mentioned even the name of Minister,But nothing happened

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    What DYSP's case has go to do with the resignation of DC Senthil.

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  • mamatha, mangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    What 5% economy is to do with chidambaram geting into Thihar.?

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  • Kasturi, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Ashamed, at first Mr. Annamalai quits and then Mr.Senthil .. it's sad if people have to quit because of inefficient/ corrupt system.. u can fight to some extent but when system in large is corrupt then it will destroy ur self existence.. even if he wants to enter politics as people are commenting it's fine it's his decision we have to respect it, anyways politicians are considered as God's and have immense power in India though it's a democratic country.. then having unethical/ lazy politicians its better to have a ethical/ hard working one..
    Agony is that criminals flourish and honesty is punished..

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  • Jamal, Mangalore/UAE

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Brave decision but will lose a honest and efficient IAS officer. Bad name and a blot on us in DK.
    We can only pray that Indian progresses and good old days will return back.

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  • Student, Mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    WE MISS YOU SO MUCH SIR

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  • abdul, udupi

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    very well said DC Sir. The educated and upright people can never work with the saffron government.
    What a pathetic state of the country.
    We are marching towards autocracy.

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  • Prashant Karkera, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    He resigned in India, not in Pakistan .... He is an IAS officer, not pakistani civil administrator ....

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  • saran, Mlore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    You should admit mental hospital IMMEDIATELY .

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    His, scathing, parting comments says it all; where the country is headed!

    His decision to resign from IAS tells that he is a very upright gentleman and would not tolerate nonsense which his conscience doesn't permit!

    I am reminded of a similar resignation of an upright IPS officer, YP SIINGH who left seeing the rampant corruption in the system!!

    BTW, WHERE IS BHANDARKMAAM??

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  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Why Baab Rudolf ? Why me ? When some official resigns ?
    Is this a case in isolation ?
    Do you remember one I A S officer Khemka and his story ?
    Each official may have his own views about the regime he works under.
    No big deal.
    Not the end of the road surely ?
    Or do you mean to say previous regimes were extra ordinary ? Then why were they booted out not once but twice ??
    Let it be very clear....
    Men may come and go
    Officials may come and go
    Top Politicos may come and go....but
    Our Country will go in Forever....
    Everyone has their likes ,dislikes so what ??

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Bhandarkmaam, the rot was always there was a rot in the system, but he has made a very broad statement, in a very wide perspective, indicting the danger to the democratic fabric the very base our nation is based on, and not some personal allegation! Nobody would dare do it, and dump IAS, unless the situation he faced was very serious!!!

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  • Prashanth, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Though cited personal reasons, it seems to be impersonal the way he ended resignation letter. We lost another sincere and ethical leader.

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Irrespective of the party in power it will be more and more difficult for straightforward and honest people to survive in the days to come.

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  • RRS, Bangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Very sad...
    Wondering why the headline says decision is purely personal whereas he has clearly written in his resignation letter that he has resigned citing crumbling democratic values in the country

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  • Rational thinker, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    There is no doubt that it is utterly humiliating to take unjust orders from so called "unpad" politicians.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Very good officer in deed! Worked hard for the betterment of our district... It's really a shocking news to all of us.. Sir... We wish you all the very best and a happy and healthy life in future... May god bless you abundantly...🙏🙏.

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    He wasted someone's opportunity to be s IAS....he should not have written the exam in first place.

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  • Shamsuddin, Dubai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    He has studied and trained to do public good and unbiased service unlike our 10th. fail politicians to whom he has to report...

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Shamsuddin, D'Souza, rational thinker.....i have said and i stand by it...what a waste of opportunity not only for him, he has wasted the person's chance who he scored on.....its a act of cowardness... running away from job due to pressure is as good as a soldier desserting his army....such a waste.

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  • joel, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    did u write the exam ?, then shut up

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Why should i ? You shut up....joel....who the hell are you to say that?

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  • Dsouza, Mlore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Better u don't comment mr Sanjay

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    D'Souza, why are you getting angry?😀 I am living in a democratic country, have every right to freedom of speech...you can file a case, it my comment offended you though....but what i said, i stand to it.

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  • joel, Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    i am a citizen of the same democratic country, i can say whatever i want ..... sanjay... . you haven't answered my question yet. did i write the civil exam?

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Are you insane?

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Usually I don't reply to fakes names like you...but i am sure mobile network jammers need to be installed in kankanady to prevent mental patients like you to comment in public.

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    May God Bless You!

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  • Rational thinker, Mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Extremely stupid, silly and unwanted comment.

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  • Vishu, Moodbidri

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Can't Believe at all, if it is true, here, there is another leader born to serve the nation. All the best.

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  • Joseph Tauro, Kavoor

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    It is very sorry to hear such an efficient and Honest officer resigned mid-way
    Creating large vaccum in the development of dakshina Kannada.
    Wishing him very best in his future endeavours

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Joseph Tauro, Kavoor,for every person comes a time where he cannt go on further and has to make a stop before fully breaking down or jumping in Netravati.So better simply resign and find peace of mind .There is always the chance to take up a job when he feels he will,so long he has a good education to present.Once learnt never be taken back.learnt is learnt.They cant tell a third person what is in their mind and what he had to suffer under horned people.He has done a good job and go back to Nature.Have a nice time .Later he may decide what to do-

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  • RkR, Mangalore/ Dubai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Enjoy your retired life rather waste time being a robot.
    Corrupt system vs Honest administrators

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  • Mbhat, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Warped Logic. Whoever resigns is honest and efficient and those continue are corrupt and dishonest. Grow up readers, soon he will join some political party in TamilNadu. Wait till then.

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  • Karthik, Konaje/Navi Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Either you have not read or not understood the last paragraph of his resignation letter.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Are you OK?

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  • Mbhat, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    If he cannot do anything as an IAS how can he achieve as an ordinary man? lets wait and watch his next move.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    WHAT ONE CAN DO, IF ALL REGULATORY AGENCIES HAVE BECOME "CAGED PARROTS" !!

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  • Elwyn Goveas, valencia

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    One of the best and efficient IAS offficer Dakshina kannada has ever seen . Always for the people.His drive to wipe out dengue and awareness about it will be always remembered.You will live in the heart of everyone.

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  • KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Self respect matters most for non corrupts...that's the crux of the issue.
    Very difficult for educated admin officers to take instructions from uneducated politicians....

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  • LAN.........,, Belman / Washington, DC.

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Excellent comment about this subject so far.....

    ...Tak...Takk...

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  • Pradeep Fernandes, Mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    "ACHHE DIN " started in Dakshina Kannada.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    This is the difference between Educated and uneducated. It is very difficult to work under present day politicians. I wish his future life will be full of joy and happiness with his family.

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  • madanson, mangalore

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    I totally agree with you. the best example is Annamalai, Singham of Karnataka Police. for him it was very difficult to work during that time politics. he was never surrender for any pressure.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    It is most unfortunate and sad to know that DC Senthil resigned from his post. In his short period of dedicated service, he will be missed by all. Good luck in your future plans and God bless you.

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  • DHANALAXMI VAN, KATEEL ROAD, BAJPE

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Dark day in the Dakshina Kannada's history.
    Imminent , honest , dynamic and efficient IAS officer resigns
    Political presure is the main reason
    Honest officer doesnt go opposite to their ethics which taught during their training tenure!

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  • Indian, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    I was expecting Udupi DC's transfer/designation, But this is sudden shock....All of sudden many young government officers are resigning recently , is this any silent warning to Indian public ??????
    Sochnapadengha??????

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    No IAS officer is spared by politicians. Thats what they mean by personal reason when IPS, IAS officers resign. They want to live and work with dignity as per their training and not be slaves of politicians.

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  • Bob, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 6 2019

    Another Efficient IAS officer resigns.

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