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UK Ministers, abuse of funds and resignations August 7, 2009

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UK MinstersWhen UK Justice Minister Shadin Malik resigned in June 2009, on the allegation of expending excess public funds, people become aware of the trouble going on in Browns cabinet. Few more ministers resigned on the same ground making the Prime Minister Gordon Brown own post vulnerable to challange.

PM Brown denies to resign saying that the situation is unexpected but not serious enough to resign.

The Labour Party survived the onslaught but it performs poorly in the following local government elections. Most of all, the people lost the faith on the politicans and their respect to the public money.

In a country like Bangladesh, one cannot imagine such a situation. Here Minister resigns if he/she is asked to by the Prime Minister, Otherwise he has no failure and he make no corruption or embezzlement of fund during the tenure of his government. There is no court and no commission which could dare to investigate any allegation against a sitting Minister.

For Bangladesh, probably it will always remain a dream to see a minister resign on the charge of corruption or embezzlement of fund during the tenure of his Government.

An ordinary citizen


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