Comments on: Sprint’s antitrust pitch hedges against DoJ miss Mon, 26 Sep 2016 03:26:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: gauravrao Fri, 28 Oct 2011 05:29:56 +0000 Rajat is is just an ordinary human being and deserves the maximum punishment possible. The again proves to show that ivy league has little to do with integrity.
Calling from the boardroom or after a top secret meeting is absolute breach of trust.
The law of the land may imprison him for 105 years.
you could be a high profile worker but if you transgress the law its the flaw of common sense again that you lack and not financial intelligence.
Even rajat surrendered on diwali day as it is auspicious but diwali is not a festival of lights to be precise …its festival of triumph of good over evil ( lord Ram defeated the raavan ) hence to celebrate the defeat, Indians light up their houses and burst crackers. rajat is the financial evil that comes in a pleasing form – he is qualified and dignified. He has proven that appearances are deceptive.
Perhaps next birth he may be off the noose but this birth after readibng who is co-ordinated with rajaram he has to escape.