The incident is of Geleki, Sivasagar, Assam, where a District Forrest Officer(DFO) was shown physically assaulting a manager of a tea cultivation land, while evicting that area, which was said to forest land. I don't really want to comment regarding the land possession, as I am in lack of information regarding that. But, by question here is does such type of behavior acceptable, by a govt. official belonging to such a high rank??? This is not my question, I guess the whole of Assam and even people residing out of Assam too, will be asking this question. The DFO, was aware of the press personnel present there with cameras, still he carried on with such kind of behavior. Footage clearly showed, how he snatched one of the forest guard's service rifle and threatened to kill the manager, by pointing it towards him.
With this, comes the need for implementation of a proper behavioral training for all the govt. officials. Whenever we visit a govt. office, we always have to face the ill-treatment and misbehaviour of the officials present there, be it a clerk or a high rank officer,I guess we all are aware of it and many of us have already faced it.
So, I feel that along with departmental and official training, the govt. should also start to train its officials regarding proper behavior and manners. They should be taught about good manners, how to talk with elders, how to behave with women and ofcourse, the proper utilization of time (which is very much lacking). Though, I may sound very witty talking about these things and these things seem to be very useless and amusing, but by looking at the condition of our govt. offices and officials, I strongly fell that, there is a need to implement these kind of lessons.
With the inclusion of such topics and trainings we can bring a development and progress in our govt. departments to a large extent.
The above stated views are completely my personal and I apologize if I have unknowingly hurt anybody's sentiment.