Government policy of rewarding mediocrity cause of airline problems

On December 27, 2016, two near mishaps were reported at Goa , Dabolim airport involving a Jet Airways flight, and an Indigo, Spicejet flight at Delhi airport. The former director of Air India in a television interview said that the government policy of not rewarding or valuing experience, technical skills is one of the reasons why air travel in India has become very unsafe.
In USA, the federal aviation body has downgraded indian airspace safety after looking at the policies, systems and people in charge. The DGCA, Directorate General of Civil aviation in India is supposed to look after safety standards for airlines and planes, however the administrator in charge is only a civil servant, he has no prior experience in the aviation sector, so will not have the indepth knowledge required to improve conditions.
This is in line with the government policy of rewarding mediocrity, laziness, inexperience and fraud with senior government jobs, For example for more than 6 years, cbi, ntro, tata, google, indian government have been allegedly falsely claiming that 10 lazy greedy google, tata sponsored goan sex workers, cheater housewives and other fraud indian intelligence employees who never answered JEE or worked as engineers, have zero online experience, investment have the impressive resume including btech 1993 ee degree, investment online and offline of a google competitor, an experienced single woman engineer and india’s largest female domain investor

Many of these fraud indian intelligence employees have almost no computer and internet skills or knowledge, yet the indian government allegedly continues to dupe other countries, companies, domain buyers with its false claims due to its policy of worshipping frauds and mediocrity. It appears that top CBI, NTRO, intelligence and security agency officials think that experience, knowledge, hard work, professional skills do not matter at all in India today, due to which the country is facing many problems including airline mishaps