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Friday, October 28, 2005

Mr. Murthy...Do you really deserve this Criticism???

The Ongoing Cold War between former prime minister H D Deve Gowda and the Infosys Chairman N R Murthy has reached some crucial stage.

It all started with Mr. Deve Gowda criticising Mr.Murthy that he has notcontributed any thing to development of the Bangalore airport. That madeMr. Moorthy to resign as the Chairman of the Bangalore International AirportLimited (BIAL), under the grounds that his roles have not been clearly defined as the Chairman.

Now, Mr.Gowda has struck again with his interview to rediff.com.

Here is a small excerpt of the interview :

Interviewer :

In today's situation, is there anything wrong in Infosys wanting to build a big campus?

Mr. Gowda:

Why do you only harp on Infosys, mister? Why do you want? Why do you want? [Shouts, looks visibly angry]. Is he [N R Narayana Murthy] the only person who built the name and fame of the IT sector? Is Wipro not doing anything?

If you are a true journalist you must have a fair outlook. Infosys, Infosys, Infosys. If Infosys goes, all the world goes?

and the interview....continues in a similar fashion...

Mr.Murthy do you really deserve all these Criticisms ???? !!!! ..




5 Comments:

  • At October 28, 2005 12:33 PM, Blogger Pradeep said…

    I am sure Murthy must be wondering the same thing: whether he deserved it all. It's not that Gowda doesn't have any points at all. Some of them (like too much of emphasis on IT, as if no other industry exists), definitely make sense. But problem with our politicians like Gowda is they just talk, and never act. If they act, hardly it is in the larger public good, and more in the personal interest. Gowda forget the fact he is in power in Karnataka, and he has the clout and power to rectify every thing he is complaining about. Sadly he knows only to whine.

     
  • At October 28, 2005 1:28 PM, Blogger Slice Of Life said…

    gowda seems to have some personal enemity with mr murthy?

     
  • At October 29, 2005 2:05 AM, Blogger packium said…

    oh appadiya ..eppadi vera nadakudha...any way this is news for me....

     
  • At October 29, 2005 6:47 AM, Blogger Narayanan Venkitu said…

    And Deva Gowda was the PM who used to sleep in the Parliament.

     
  • At October 31, 2005 2:22 PM, Blogger Rajesh said…

    @Pradeep Sir,

    Thanks for Visiting my blog.

    It's high time that people like Deve Gowda should the way how to speak to a journalist.

    I am just wondering the situation of the person who interviewed, just listening to his angry words...

    @Uma,

    Personal enemity apart, But is this the way Mr.Gowda should show his resentment...

    @Hema,

    Arasiyal 'la ithu ellam satharanamappaa ...Hope you remember this dialogue...

    @Venkitu Sir,

    Thanks for dropping by.

    Mr.Gowda is not so big hearted like Mr.Murthy, to leave his job just on the grounds that his role as a parlimentarian is not defined..!!!!!

     

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