““I am extremely worried that evidence which can be crucial has disappeared. No one knows where the file relating to this case is. I would like to know what it contains. What documents does it contain that can throw light on this case? When was it last consulted? Who saw it last? When?” Clear replies were needed and political responsibility needed to be taken even on the disappearance of such file.”
“There once was this Zen master sitting on a small stone bench, studying his small Japanese rock garden...
There are only five rocks in the master's garden. Each was chosen for its individual perfection, as well as its unique relationship to the other stones. One day a visitor comes to the garden. The visitor steps slowly around the tiny space, contemplating the rake-grooved gravel and the stones. Eventually the visitor turns to the Zen master and exclaims, "It is perfect." The Zen master shakes his head solemnly and says, "No, it will be perfect when there are only three stones."”