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Monday, April 23, 2007



Shifting jobs to India may theoritically look good for the banks. But it is bad for the bank and the shifted people. Bcause, the Indian government planning is not based on expected poplation increase. Hence the shifted people will suufer due to insufficient supply of bsic needs (food, shetlter and clothing). Also India practices and promotes apartheid (dividing people and reserving education and opportunities by caste, religion, sex,allpossible methods etc..). The shifted people will suffer as low grade citizens. Ultimately the bank will suffer with a volume of shifted people in psychological and social stress. They will engage in strikes and destrucion of bank properties etc.., encouraged by the government with communist (extinct all over the world !!) support. I take pity on the bank and the people facing a shift for bad !!!!

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