A Tribute to the Martyr Who Stood Against Corruption
This is the third year after Satyendra Kumar Dubey was killed by unidentified assailants in the wee hours of November 27, 2003 for standing against corruption and not abetting the bribes that was given to him, on the outskirts of the holy town of Gaya City. Check out this page.
An honest and upright engineer working on one of the Golden Quadrilateral project was Satyendra Kumar Dubey. Enraged by the efforts to pull him also into the corruption scams, he also wrote to the PMO office. The letter did traverse through a number of nodes in the bureocratic chain. He recieved a number of threats from the people on whom he blew the whistles on. As the investigations were underway, he was shot dead by unidentified assailants on November 27, 2003. Let us spend two minutes of our time in silence to pray Lord Almighty to have SK Dubey’s soul rest in peace and also the corruptions to vanish from Indian soil.
The Letter that he wrote to the PMO scanned in JPG format is missing from SKDubey website. A friend of mine had the attachments in his mailbox and he forwarded me. Thanks to Irfanview, that I have combined everything (1.jpg to 10.jpg) as a single image and presented here for readers reference.