Thursday, August 31, 2017

Cartoon by Dr k Prabhakar Rao

Ganesh ( Hindugod)............Hey mooshik ( Rat his mount) I am fed up with the silly songs being played. I want to run away from here

Mooshik.....What to do Sir, If these songs are not played no one shall turn up to see you

Note...In India  Lord  Ganesha is worshipped with great devotion  and on a particular day in an yera  his staue is worshipped by placing in a decorated tent for ten days and in the end is taken in procession with pomp and show  and immersed in a pond

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was French citizen and when Germany attacked France. She helped mostly British to escape to England. When her activities were betrayed she fled to England in 1942.She joined SOE and was trained for her role. She was para dropped in France at Arliere but was immediately captured by Gestapo who were waiting due to betrayal . Shipped to Gestapo headquarters on the Avenue Foch in Paris, Damerment was subjected to examination and torture. On 12 May 1944 she was sent with several other captured SOE agents to the civilian prison for women at Karlsruhe, Germany. She was held there under horrific conditions until 11 September when she was abruptly transferred to Dachau concentration camp with fellow agents Eliane Plewman, Yolande Beekman, and Noor Inayat Khan. she was executed along with three more SOE agents each by single gunshot at back of the head. She was honored with British king"s commendation for bravery apart from French honours.

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi resistance fighter


She was associated with white rose during WW II.She was initially a music student at Music school and came in contact with White rose like Sophie Scholls .She also took part in distribution of pamphlets. After the arrest of Scholls and their execution she was also arrested along with remaining members and was tried. They could not establish her role in the generation of the pamphlets. And thus survived the death sentence while others were sentenced to death and executed. After the war she became a cello teacher and took part in politics along with her brother. She passed away at the age of 92 years.

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


He was a German SS non commissioned officer and he served in Leichten burg, Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen Concentration camps before he was posted to the notorious Auschwitz camp. Along with him there were thirty other prisoners to carry out  some special duties. He was a barrack in charge. He derived great pleasure in killing prisoners. He also was found to beg corrupt and stole belongings of the prisoners. The camp inmates placed lice having typhus into his clothes. He did not die but his wife died. After death of his wife, he started having illicit relations with women of camp among prisoners. These were found out by authorities and he was found undesirablr and sentenced to death. However, this was not carried out., And he was sent to Burgeon A Sub camp as punishment. He was subsequently dismissed from SS and thrown out. It is learnt that he was killed in occupied Czechoslovakia in the battle of Budapest in June 1944. He enjoyed very bad reputation in the camps. He claimed that he executed 25000 prisoners. Commandant Hoess wrote in his memoirs that he was very sly and worthless person and wanted to rise to power over the dead bodies.He had a bad character indeed.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Pencil sketch of an Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar rao


 He was Brazilian nation who studied at Technical university in Berlin and joined Waffen SS as a foreigner in 1942. Later he was shifted to Auschwitz camp as translator and stenographer, He remained with the camp till 1945 . He was arrested by British forces when he was liberated and released in 1947. He was arrested again in Nov 1964 and tried at Auschwitz trials as defendant for his role as Supervisor for selection of the prisoners to be eliminated at Birkenau. he was sentenced to 4 Years in prison for his role in , selection, interrogation, torture and executions. While he was in custody , he wrote his experiences in the camp voluntarily.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Naresh... Sir the guy prostrating in front of Ganeshji appears tp be highly devoted

Professor. This guy is our colonys corporator. He is praying that lord should grant him maximum collections by corrupt practices.

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi SOE agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was an American and intelligence officer who opted work in SOE F section in UK. She took part in resistance activities in occupied France and she survived the WW II. She went back to US after the war and became part of CIA.She won honours from French Govt for her contribution during WW II and to France.

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi SOE agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was the sister of Eileen nearne daughter of a an englsih fater and Spanish mother. They were brought up in france  where she became fluent in French too. When germany attacked France the family left for London. She  secured a job in SOE F section and was trained as radio operator. She was sent to Occupied france in 1943 by air to take part in subversion activies and to be liaison with other networks. She travelled by train carrying radio spares in her hand bag although it was very dangerous as Gestapo was hunting for SOE agents. She returned to England in 1944. She was awarded MBE in 1945. She stated in London along with her sister. She died at the age of 82 yeras

84 Pearl Whitherington

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi SOE Agent by Dr K prabhakar rao


 Eliane Plewman was a British member of Special Operations Executive (SOE) an agent and member of the French Resistance working in the "MONK circuit" in occupied France during World War II. She was involved in a number of highly successful sabotage missions but was arrested and tortured by the Gestapo later being murdered by the SS at Dachau Concentration Camp.She was honored with King George's commendation for bravery and French awards for her contribution to France in the war

Pencil sketch ofa a Nazi by Dr K prabhakar Dao


 He was SS member at Auschwitz camp and was very brutal and was famous for using a crow bar with which he made pulp of the cam in mates. He is known to have killed scores and after WW II he evaded arrest till 1959. He wax tied at Auschwitz trials and was sentenced to life. He died in prison after serving 19 years.

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi SOE agent by Dr K Prabhakar rao


Wartime service 

Pearl Witherington was born and raised in France, but was a British subject. She was employed at the British embassy in Paris and engaged to Henri Cornioley (1910–1999) when the Germans invaded in May 1940. She escaped from occupied France with her mother and three sisters in December 1940. She eventually arrived in London, where she found work with the Air Ministry, specifically the Women's Auxiliary Air Force.  Determined to fight back against the German occupation of France, and wanting a more active role in the fight, she joined the Britain's Special Operations Executive (SOE) on 8 June 1943. In training she emerged as the "best shot" the service had ever seen. 
Given the code name "Marie", Witherington was dropped by parachute into occupied France on 22 September 1943. There she joined Maurice Southgate, leader of the SOE Stationer Network. Over the next eight months, posing as a cosmetics saleswoman, she worked as Southgate's courier. 
After the Gestapo arrested Southgate in May 1944 and deported him to Buchenwald concentration camp, Witherington became leader of the new SOE Wrestler Network, under the new code-name "Pauline", in the ValencayIssoudunChâteauroux triangle. She reorganised the network with the help of her fiancé, Henri Cornioley, and it fielded over 1,500 members of the Maquis. They played an important role fighting the German Army during the D-Day landings. They were so effective that the Nazi regime put a ƒ1,000,000 bounty on Witherington's head. The Germans even ordered 2,000 men to attack her force with artillery in a 14-hour battle. Cornioley reported, "We were attacked by 2,000 Germans on the 11th June [1944] at 8 o'clock in the morning and the small maquis, comprising approximately 40 men, badly armed and untrained, put up a terrific fight, with the neighbouring communist maquis which numbered approximately 100 men. 
Witherington records that the battle raged for 14 hours and that the Germans lost 86 men, while the Maquis lost 24 "including civilians who were shot and the injured who were finished off".[5] Witherington fled to a cornfield until the Germans left the area. Although the Germans broke up Witherington's unit, she quickly regrouped and launched large-scale guerilla assaults that wreaked havoc among German columns travelling to the battlefront through her area of operations. The force she commanded ultimately killed 1,000 German soldiers while suffering few casualties, and disrupted a key railway line connecting the south of France with Normandy more than 800 times. She would ultimately preside over the surrender of 18,000 German troops.  Witherington was one of the only women to lead a maquis during the war. 


After the war, Witherington was recommended for the Military Cross, but as a woman, she was ineligible and instead was offered an MBE (Civil Division). Witherington rejected the medal with an icy note pointing out that 'there was nothing remotely "civil" about what I did. I didn't sit behind a desk all day.' She accepted a military MBE and in recent years was awarded the CBE. She was also a recipient of the Légion d'honneur. 
In April 2006, after a six-decade wait, Witherington was awarded her parachute wings, which she considered a greater honour than either the MBE or the CBE. She had completed three training parachute jumps, with the fourth operational.
"But the chaps did four training jumps, and the fifth was operational - and you only got your wings after a total of five jumps", Witherington said. "So I was not entitled - and for 63 years I have been moaning to anybody who would listen because I thought it was an injustice." 

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 She was a British Intelligence officer and member of SOE F section in WW II. Her exploits in France in anti nazi operations, great suffering at the hands of Germans made her life a subject for. Films after the war. She is one of the very few SOE members who survived the war and Gestapo crimes. She was the first  one to be awarded GEORGE cross and French honor Chevalierdela legion d ,honour. She passed away at the age of 82 years on 13 March 1995

Friday, August 25, 2017

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Field Marshall Cariappa  after India became free country addressed troops and said.. Aaj hum muft (given freely at no cost )  ho gaye hain... He should have said Mukt ( freed )ho gaye hain. true. He was weak in Hindi being a Coorgi from Karnataka state. Indian army has been degraded year after year after 1947 by the Govt policies and to day it has come to a level where Ex servicemen have to go on strike to get OROP. Although FM Cariappa never meant anything, it became true..  

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Venkiah naidu.... I can not eat anything today as my stomoch is filled with praises by KCR during my maiden trip to Hyderabad

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Wife... Why are you like this. Did you go to Bank. What happened at bank?

Husband... Shit..Bank guys have deducted Rs 120  from my account  because I made tghree transactions of depositing Rs 100 each. Crank guys indeed.

Cow.  What do you think ?

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Wife..... What is this ? The call charges are only Rs 30. But  telephone bill is for Rs 800.. Oh God! What to do

Husband.. dear it indicates state of  fleecing people in the country by Govt agencies. We have to bear for another two years.

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 Helmut Oberlander (born 15 February 1924) is a former Canadian citizen who was a member of the Einsatzgruppen death squads of Nazi Germany in the occupied Soviet Union during World War II Oberlander is on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's list of most wanted Nazi war criminals Since 1994, the Government of Canada has made repeated attempts to revoke Oberlander's citizenship.In 2017 again Canadian govt tried to revoke his Canadian citizen ship in order to deport him to Germany for trial. Supreme court however ordered that just being an associate in the war period , he can not be considered to have committed war crimes. It has to be proven that he was a willing participant in the murders. Therefore he is still at Canada.

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi SOE Agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was the daughter of an Englishman. And Spanish mother along with her sister Jacquelene and brother. In 1923 they moved to France where the sisters became very fluent in French.When Germany attacked France the sisters moved to London via Barcelona, Portugal, and Spain. She was offered a job in Women's Air Force she refused it and joined SoE F section.Initially she received messages from agents working outside. later she was sent by aircraft along with Jean Savy to France on 2 March 1944 where she worked as wireless operation. They had to engage in activities of sabotage apart from assisting raising finance for resistance. Her code name was Rose. they setup a net work called Wizard in Paris.She transmitted 105 messages in next five months. She was arrested in July 1944 when her transmitter was located.She was taken to Gestapo head quarters in Paris and tortured. She tried to fool Gerstapo saying that she sent messages to a business man not knowing that he was a British. in 15 Aug 44 she was sent to Ravensbruck camp where she refused to do prison work. her head was shaved and sent to forced labour camp at Silesia. She as a member of working gang in a forest escaped on 13 April 45. She was caught by SS but she fooled them and was released. She was hidden by a father in Leipzig till Us forces entered Germany. And she was free woman. She returned to London. And stayed with her sister at London till 1982 when her sister died. She moved to a flat in Torquay . She died of heart attack and her body was not found till few days as she was alone in the flat. She was given a free funeral by District funeral body on 2 sept 2010. She was earlier awarded MBE by King George VI and Groix de Guerrero FG by France for her services in liberation during WW II.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Pencil sketch of a Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 He was a very cruel and sadist Gestapo officer.during WWII.He formulated every time new torture methods for victims Hecwas from Cologne in Germany. After war he was arrested and handed over to German govt by allies. He was tried by west German court and was sentenced to 9 years prison term. He was however released after pardon in 1953. He went back to cologne and took up business as a merchant . He died in 1973. He did not pay for his crimes sufficiently.

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 He was a doctor of law and a politician.  In 1918 he joined Independent socialist  emocratic party of Germany . Soon he became an MP of  Thuringia parliament. where he stayed till 1933.In 1922 he formed a new party  Socialist Democratic party  SPD and was also a member of Reichtag. Nazis met resistance from him when they joined a coalition govt in Thuringia, He was the member of an inquiry team that  investigated W Fricks dealings in which Adolf Hitler was called as a Witness. After Brills first meeting with Hitler, he decided to resist at any cost. Once Nazis came to power , he left SPD  and with Otto  Bran he started a resistance group. He published many  articles opposing Hitlers regime . He was arrested by Gestapo  for anti nazi activities and  was sentenced to 12 yeras in prison He was sent to  Bradenburg.. Goerden prison from which he wassent to Buchenwald in 1943. The camp was liberated  in 1945. After the WW II. he took active part in East German politics and he was grilled by Soviets and consequently he left for Berlin to take part in West German politics.He died on 22 June 1959.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi agent SOE by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was a British  origin, lived in France and returned to England once France was attacked by Germans. She joined Womems auxiliary airforce and SOE   F agent being fluent in French .
She was sent to France for anti Nazi activities where    she was arrested by the Gestapo while meeting a contact in Montélimar in Drôme on 15 September 1943. She was sent north to the Fresnes prison in Paris where she was subjected to brutal interrogation and torture. A few months later in early 1944, she was shipped to Ravensbrück about 50 miles from Berlin. The Nazi concentration camp held approximately 30,000 women and children. With the defeat of the Third Reich imminent, the camp had become a frantic killing centre.  Lefort - along with other prisoners - was made to do hard labour for hours such as paving streets by pulling a huge iron roller. By the end of 1944, she was suffering from extreme malnutrition, diarrhoea and exhaustion.
In early 1945, she volunteered to be transferred to a new camp which SS-Obersturmführer Johann Schwarzhuber - the recently arrived deputy commandant of Ravensbrück - said was for sick prisoners. The new camp had been established at Uckermark on the site of a former youth camp for delinquent girls. However Schwarzhuber, who had formerly been responsible for gassings at the women's camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau, had built the camp as an extermination center. Sometime in February 1945 Cicely Lefort died in the gas chamber . 

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi agent SOE by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


Maria Krystyna Janina SkarbekOBEGMCroix de guerre (Polish pronunciation: [krɨˈstɨna ˈskarbɛk]; 1 May 1908 – 15 June 1952), also known as Christine Granville,  was a Polish agent of the British Special Operations Executive (SOE) during the Second World War. She became celebrated especially for her daring exploits in intelligence and irregular-warfare missions in Nazi-occupied Poland and France.
She became a British agent months before the SOE was founded in July 1940 and was one of the longest-serving of all Britain's wartime women agents. Her resourcefulness and success have been credited with influencing the organisation's policy of recruiting increasing numbers of women.  In 1941 she began using the nom de guerreChristine Granville, a name which she legally adopted upon naturalisation as a British subject in December 1946. 
Christine Granville was stabbed to death in the Shelbourne Hotel, Earls Court, in London, on 15 June 1952. She had begun work as a liner stewardess some six weeks earlier with the Union-Castle Line and had booked into the hotel on 14 June, having returned from a working voyage out of Durban, South Africa, on Winchester Castle. Her body was identified by her cousin, Andrzej Skarbek. When her death was recorded at the Royal Borough of Kensington's register office, her age was given as 37; over the course of her life she lost seven years.   She was awarded George Medal.  Several years after the Digne incident, in London, she told another Pole and fellow World War II veteran that, during her negotiations with the Gestapo, she had been unaware of any danger to herself. Only after she and her comrades had made good their escape did it hit home: "What have I done! They could have shot me as well 
For her work in conjunction with the British authorities, in May 1947 she was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE),  an award normally associated with officers of the equivalent military rank of lieutenant-colonel, and a level above the most usual award of Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) given to other women agents of SOE.
French recognition of Skarbek's contribution to the liberation of France came with the award of the Croix de Guerre.[ 
Her assailant was Dennis George Muldowney, an obsessed Reform Club porter and former merchant marine steward whose advances she had previously rejected. After being convicted of her murder, Muldowney was hanged at HMP Pentonville on 30 September 1952.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

The traffic police in Hyderabad stop a  bike rider at a traffic island. they ask for documents and identity.

bike Rider ( Irritated much ) Look sir. Vexed up I have  got the Adhar card number, Pan number , driving licence number address  tattooed on my both cheeks. Please look  at them and verify.

Constable ( to SI )... Sir book this man and write challan  for fine..

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was a British subject and during world warII she joined SOE as an agent. She operated in occupied France. She was captured by the Gestapo and she was executed at a concentration camp in 1944

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


  He finished his studies in Berlin with a doctorate in medicine. Thereafter, Groscurth worked at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical Chemistry. There he got to know Robert Havemann, with whom he founded a resistance group some years later.From 1933 Groscurth worked as an internist at the Robert Koch Hospital in Berlin, and later at the MoabitHospital, also in Berlin. In 1940, Groscurth was appointed as a lecturer at the Friedrich Wilhelm University, where he came to Rudolf Hess's attention when he became Groscurth's patient.Since Groscurth witnessed not only his Jewish colleagues being removed from their positions when Hitlercame to power beginning in 1933, he knowingly broke his professional discretion and tried to communicate to resistance groups everything that Hess had told him during medical consultations. This included, for example, plans for new concentration camps and for an attack on the Soviet Union. Together with the chemist Robert Havemann, the architect Herbert Richter-Lukian and the dentist Paul Rentsch, Groscurth then founded the resistance group Europäische Union ("European Union"). They hid Jews and fugitives. Whenever he could, Groscurth certified soldiers unfit for combat duty. In 1943, he got to know Galina Romanova, a Soviet doctor from Dnepropetrovsk who had been forcibly brought to Germany as a slave labourer. He treated her with medications, gave her professional advice, and supported her in organizing the resistance.
The European Union resistance group was betrayed in 1943 and Groscurth was seized on September 4, 1943. Afterwards, he was sentenced to death at the Volksgerichtshof. The death sentence was signed by the judges, Roland Freisler and Hans-Joachim Rehse. Groscurth was hanged at the Brandenburg-Görden Prison on May 8, 1944.


Saturday, August 19, 2017

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


She was originally a Romanian born to Gebrman Jew father and Brish Jew mother.Her father was a wealthy man but unfortunately lost his wealth in 1932 and died a year later. She with her mother later migrated to UK. SHe became intelligence officer in UK and worked with SOE F section related to France during WW II. She was assistant to Colonel Buckmaster From 1941 to 1945. She was commissioned in women's auxiliary Air Force. She became British national in 1944. After the war she was demobilised in 1947. She did not marry and lived long life to the age of 92 years. She was awarded CBE by UK govt.

Pencil sketch of an anti Nazi agent by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 She was an sOE agent from UK and operated in occupied France in most dangerous conditions Against Germans. Gerstapo hunted for her, but she survived the war. After the war she returned to UK and married an Royal airforce officer. Subsequently she resigned from the job in 1957. She won many awards and medals from UK. France, Australia and Newzealand. She was interested in Australian politics. But did not make it a big success. Her husband died after 40 years of married life. they had no children, She returned to UK and settled there. She stayed at home for the aged and passed away at advanced age of 98 years

Friday, August 18, 2017

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

This cartoon was drawn by me  in 1985 for a national seminar at Delhi on captive power generation. The original cartoon painting  in colors has suffered vagaries of time and still preserved.

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

                                      CRAZE OF ADHAR CARD AT CREMATORIUMS 

Pencil sketch of a Nazi criminal by Dr K Prabhakar Rao


 He was a SS major during WW II and he was in criminal investigationof Police Dept.He was made responsible for catching the anti resistance fighters, soviet and czech spies, Parachuters doing espionage. He hardly moved out of Berlin office but with his wide network of agents could break Red orchestra group. He also investigated 20 July plot against Hitler.Most of the agents of SOE of UK operating in occupied France were captured by his agency.  They were executed in concentration camps and burnt away in crematoriums.  He  was arrested after WW II but was saved by British agencies in order to obtain information on breaking soviet spy net work during Cold War. He dictated detailed notes to his secretary on the said work and was later released in west Germany. He lived long in post war period and escaped all punishments and trials although he was a war criminal

Pencil sketch of an anti nazi.. agent


She was a French national working as Special operation executive with UK in Resaistance activities. She was captured by Gestapo and was executed at Ravensbruck concentration camp on 5 Feb 1945 and was disposed off in crematorium

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

When weapons of Police men do not work at right time what can be done?Instead of they hunting goons . goons will hunt them. There were instances when  pistols of SI ?CI did not function  when they were  targeting  anti socials.

Constable ( At PS )... Sir. I purchased these as they are safe and reliable. Better to have these.


Truth but only truth.. Poem by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

Dr K Prabhakar Rao
Corrupt in the state are so many 
who swindle the nation as sweet honey
common man is lost in this dirty world today
While all are eating grass and hay.
Modis efforts with note ban
vanished like water drop in a hot pan
Claims of course are very long
officials are busy reciting govt song
Prices no way came down in the nation
People are still struggling for rations
Modi is engufed by crazy guys
Most of them say plain lies
Poor venkiah is off from limelight
he already is fading into a dark night
Hamid ansari enjoyed for five long years
In the end he shed for Muslims some fake tears
In Bihar Nitish and Lalu betrayed people
Nitish played the dirtiest trick like a weasel
Modi was waiting for a chance to strike
Laloo was thrown out to other end with a sharp spike
Modis men propped up Nitish again
They had everything in world to gain
Nitish was put again on the throne
while Laloo was crying with deep moan
No party has any scruples in India
all are sailing with the sold media
To gain power is the main aim of all
Cliams of course they make very tall

OOgara oogara uyyalo XXV Telugu poem

Dr K Prabhakar Col Kuntamukkala Prabhakar Rao
OOgara oogara uyyalo
Oogi kinda padara uyyalo
Kinda padda neeku uyyalo
Moothi pallu raale uyalo
Vinave ma amma uyyalo
Vinave maa nayana uyyalo
Modi raju aaye uyyalo
Goppaga cheppiri uyyalo
Congress peeda viregenu uyyalo
Tanni tagalesiri uyyalo
Laagi tante vallanu uyyalo
Lankalo paderu uyyalo
Modi vachhinanka uyyalo
Tamasha rajyamochhe uyyalo
Aadhar Verri atiga perigenu uyyalo
Verri veyi talaluvese uyyalo
Banku ku aadharu undali uyyalo
caru nadapalante kooda adharu kavali uyyalo
Talatikka rajyamla uyyalo
Pichhi chettantaye uyyalo
Hotella room adigethe uyyalo
Adharu adugatharu uyyalo
Plane ticket konte kooda uyyalo
Adharu adugutharu uyyalo
dawkhana lona kooda uyyalo
Adharu adugutharu uyyalo
RTA officela uyyalo
Adharu tappadu uyyalo
Talatikka rajyamura uyyalo
centerla tala ledu uyyalo
Kovindu rajayye uyyalo
govindunu vetuku ra uyyalo
Paperla Vekaiah photlu uyyalo
vetikina dorakavu uyyalo
Yadiki pothunnamu uyyalo
Anta mangalamu uyyalo

Cartoon by Dr K Prabhakar Rao

In Hyderabad city people are fleeced by Traffic police and the most hit section is the two wheeler drivers.At traffic junctions and other places, riders are stopped for various offences such as not wearing helmet not in possession of vehicle papers, and driving license etc  and pester them for adhar card and identity proof etc.Police has its own  reasons and want to curb lawlessness among people. However people feel that excesses are being committed.. Hence the cartoon

Naresh.. Sir look How clever he is ( shows a parked motorcycle, A board is fixed to the bike displaying his adhar number, Pan number,  Driving license number and  House address .

Professr. What he can do.. will he die. I lost my hera and became bald wearing helmet all these yeras.