Till then, it is good to reflect on Mr Trivedi's reasons:
I listened to my conscience and not some populist voice appeal.I stand to gain nothing from this and if anyone would think why so, would clearly understand that it is done for the railways and railways alone.I have only done my duty weighing the best options and in favour of the railways.What logic is it to weigh this decision of mine against me losing the chair? Nothing in politics is permanent. Tomorrow there will be someone who would do better than me. I only do what is best for the country.
Well, that's some "strange" talk for a politician! Barely does one get to hear such things from politicians... leave alone take such bold stances, wherein they risk losing the very chair from which they are speaking! Great, though!