He also said that his decision to join politics was
strengthened after he found officials taking dictations from ministers.
“My understanding is that they (bureaucrats) are struggling
with the system. My decision of joining politics… I have seen Vice-Chancellors
kneeling down before ministers and taking dictations from them,” said Faesal.
Faesal said he encountered constraints while working as a
bureaucrat because bureaucracy works within a defined “ecosystem”.
“My very less experience in civil services tells me that…it
has been an amazing, fascinating journey to serve at the very important departments
that are critical for our growth. So, IAS has been an absolute privilege… But
then at the same time it is also about ecosystem. We always find it very easy
to blame bureaucrats, civil servants for non performance.”
“But then bureaucracy always works within an ecosystem. My experience tells me this, more so when I
joined the education department. I had very critical learning there,” said
To elaborate on his point, Faesal said: “You have the state.
The state wants to keep the schools open because open schools give a sense of
normalcy to rulers. And then you have
the non state. The only consideration of the non state is that the schools
should stay shut because it refutes or denies the sense of normalcy, which the
state tries to have… And then you say that education activity is something that
can be completely decentralized from politics of the place,” said Faesal.
“This time we have Governor’s rule in the state. Governor’s
rule is effectively rule by the bureaucrats. There is no political system. This
time we should expect the best governance in the state. …development activity
should be there. Roads should be built. But why is that in spite of having a
bureaucracy in the state, this time we see some sort of absence of governance.
Why, because this is in the ecosystem,” said Faesal.
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