A few weeks ago Harikesa Maharaja suggested to Prabhupada a way to reduce his involvement in management. Some of the letters he receives are routine inquiries on subjects he has dealt with many times. Harikesa proposed that such letters could be sent to the GBC chairman, and then dealt with by the GBC men. They would reply to the letters instead of Srila Prabhupada, signing their own names. In this way Srila Prabhupada could get some relief.
Prabhupada tentatively agreed with the proposal, but he has now discovered that several letters came addressed to Harikesa as his secretary. Harikesa had replied to them, without first showing Prabhupada either the letters or his replies. This morning Prabhupada chastised him for this, telling him that he must be shown every letter. He later told me that Harikesa's judgement was not good enough for this work, and he feared Harikesa would create some havoc.
Reference:Transcendental Diary Volume 4 by Hari Sauri Dasa