सोमवार, 22 दिसंबर 2014

religious conversation is only a fall out of multiple factors

  • There has been lot of hue and cry over the issue of religious conversion. It is a fact well admitted that the Hindus were converted to other religions under pressure/temptation. Our country was ruled by foreign powers for a very long time. They tried and succeeded to some extent to thrust their religion on our people. This situation prevailed for a very long time with the result that a vast population of our country got converted under pressure/threat and temptation.
  • However, it is important to think as to why we remained under foreign powers for such a long time? Why we could not through them out ?We must find answers to this question ?Then only we can save our country from facing similar situation in future. India was divided in very small units and each unit was like an independent nation. They used to fight with each other for  small things  and invited even foreigners to destroy their neighbours.
  • Has this situation changed now? The answer is big NO. We continue to fight with each other for small things. We do not have a united voice even on national issues. We need to think a lot over our day to day activities.
  • The religious conversation is only a fall out of multiple factors social, economical and political. The Hindu society has greater danger from its own weaknesses than anything else. Why cannot we care for our poor fellows so that  they do not fall prey to small temptations .It is more important to undertake positive actions for improving the pathetic situation of the poor People .If this happens ,there will be little scope of conversions in the future.

बुधवार, 10 दिसंबर 2014

Pl stop migration to cities.

As we are aware, most of the people living in villages migrate to cities once they get a chance.
This is happening mainly because of want of basic amenities/facilities in villages. There is very poor health care and medical facilities are almost nil. Anybody falling sick has, therefore, to rush to nearby towns even for routine check up. The possibility of getting  gainful employment in rural areas is also not good.The result is that the people who go to cities in search of jobs hardly return to their roots..

They get employment,and facilities for a comfortable life in cities and ultimately do not return to their villages as they get used to them. There is, therefore, constant rise in population of cities whereas  village population is depleting day by day.
It is important that the State as well as Central Governments are able to formulate policies which should  be village centric .The recent scheme of adopting a village by a Member Parliament is a good step  in the right direction but we need to do more. The people have to make sincere efforts to make their villages a place where all modern facilities like internet, phone,etc should be easily available.

बुधवार, 15 अक्तूबर 2014

No more Mandal and Kamandal.

 The Congress Party is, too, busy protecting Mrs Sonia Gandhi and Mr Rahul Gandhi following huge setback due to unprecedented defeat in the Lok Sabha elections.In order to protect herself and her son Mrs Sonia Gandhi can go to any length and action against Mr Tharoor is only an example. The Congress Party lost in the Lok Sabha elections because of poor performance by the UPA Government which was immersed in corruption .Instead of learning from the past, the Congress leadership believes to regain the lost ground just by criticizing Mr Narendr Modi and his government. Whatever the Central Government does, the Opposition parties start criticizing. They are ,too, crazy to prove that the Modi government has not come to people’s expectations and that the promises made by the BJP during election campaign are all false. But how that is going to help the Opposition? The people of India are wise enough to understand their gimmicks and that is why they lost the Lok Sabha elections. The false propaganda in the name of secularism and casteism could not bring dividends .the slogan Kisan and Musalman raised recently by an Opposition leader is only reflective of the same mentality. Youths aspirations need to be understood. They want progress,they want jobs and no more Mandal and Kamandal.

सोमवार, 8 सितंबर 2014

why senior citizens are not granted concession in basic fare for Tatkal tickets?,"

The Railway Minister should end discrimination in fare concession to Senior citizens for Tatkal tickets. Though senior citizens get 50% concession of tickets for female passengers and 40% for male, the same concession are not granted in basic fares while buying a Tatkal ticket.

Tatkal is not a fare but a charge levied by the railways for additional berth quota it makes available. "The railways levy Tatkal charge for special quota but why senior citizens are not granted concession in basic fare?,"  All concessions & facilities to Senior Citizens are also as``Respect to Elders`` and not exclusively for financial relief, as such concessions are admissible to Ambanis, Tatas etc also. Each Public Authority has to take effective steps to improve the quality of life of all Elders, strengthen their legitimate place in society and help them to live their last spell of life with purpose, dignity and peace. Keeping this Mandate in view, Ministry of Railways must reserve some quota for Senior Citizens in Tatkal Tickets also and give concession, as for other tickets. Moreover, concession in fares is for all classes of all trains and Tatkal Tickets are also for these trains and not for any Special/Superior trains like local or passenger trains for which concessions are not given!! One more action of Ministry of Railways to give 40% to males & 50% to females is discriminatory and causing divide in the Society! Definition of Senior Citizen does not discriminate between males & females and as such fare concession should be same for all Senior Citizens.

सोमवार, 18 अगस्त 2014

Opposition lacks contructive programme

It is high time that the opposition parties understand the mind of youths of the country. They are interested in jobs, better educational opportunities and want to live a dignified life ,They are fed up with petty politics over caste and religion. That is why these things did not work in the last general election to the Lok Sabha.This is likely to be repeated in the assembly elections to be held in the near future.
Power grabbing by hook or crook has become the main and only target of Indian opposition parties with the result that they always try to create vote banks by generating social divides in the name of caste and religion. They do not have any constructive programme to serve the people of India and win their hearts by service. The result is: even the smallest event take communal colour due to over reactive and opportunist opposition politics. Reservation in government jobs on caste basis were played again and again with the same target in mind.New political alignments in Bihar have come up with the same caste politics in mind but they must understand BJP won the last elections not due to caste/religion but on the basis of new hope for growth and  prosperity generated by the Honourable PM,Narendra Modi.
Let all political parties understand  the message given by the Indian electorate through its voting pattern in the last general election and adopt a constructive stand  for national building instead of opposing everything for the sake of opposition and finding faults with the Central Government.

रविवार, 3 अगस्त 2014

disband the IAS and like services and bring real democracy in India.

Recently lot of controversies have been going on with regard to the process of holding examination for selection of IAS/IPS etc. every young graduate is aspiring to be IAS. But why??IAS/IPS  officers  consider themselves as super human and have highly inflated EGO.They may be talented but there is huge pool of other talented persons who can serve the country better,if given a chance.Basically the Britishers had created ICS to rule this country from thousands miles away.Things have now changed.India is now a free country but we are still continuing with the legacies of the past.We are a welfare state.We have to work for the progress and prosperity of millions of Indians and live with our head erect.

There is necessity to allow people with talent to serve the Government  in Power for implementation of their policies.Experts/specialists from different fields can be recruited by the Government on contract basis to serve the full term of the Government and then they may revert to their field of specialization once the new Government takes over who can have their own team of officers similarly recruited.

The huge establishment running the day to day business of the Government also need to be pruned and minimized. IAS becomes heads of everything as if they know everything and others who may be specialist in their fields are all mediocre. This attitude must go.

Let there be opportunity for qualified and talented people to serve the country in top positions not on the basis of seniority in a particular service like IAS but on the basis of merit tested at the nick of time.A person passes an examination/interview(howsoever tough it may be) some thirty years ago and then keeps ruling the country all over his life.This is ridiculous.It is appropriate that the  Government reviews the system,disbands the IAS and like services and bring real democracy in India.

मंगलवार, 8 जुलाई 2014

pl improve railway ticket booking system..................

Railway budget has come.Opposition parties are making unnecessary hue and cry.Railways are in shambles and need complete overhauling.The opposition leaders who have hitherto been ruling railways have spoiled the whole railways specially the ticket booking system.When people are willing to purchase tickets directly from the railways or IRCTC where is the justification for having agents for booking tickets.Internet and mobiles are available everywhere and the travelers can book tickets directly from railways/irctc.There is horrible bungling in booking TATKAL tickets ONLINE.The relevant webpage opens and logsin only when  the tickets get waitlisted and touts sell them for anything.Some efforts were made earlier also to improve the system but these are not delivering the desired result.

Let the new Railway Minister have a freehand in checking such loopholes in the railway functioning.
Image of the Railways can be improved though the single act of checking malpractices in the railway ticket booking by bringing more transparent and efficient ONLINE ticket booking  system.The Rail Minister has announced booking of rail tickets though Post Offices. This will certainly help but much more remains to be done in the matter on priority basis.

शनिवार, 28 जून 2014

UPA appointed Governors must resign....................

New government headed by Honourable Modiji was elected with thumping majority by the people but the Governors appointed by the UPA Government are still clinging to the chair and trying their best to save it..This is unethical,and illegal .Everybody knows that the Governors are appointed as their representative in states by the central government in power at that time.Once the government has changed,they should have resigned from the post automatically.But the fact of the matter is that most of them have not resigned so far despite being told to do so by the Central Government.Congress ,too, is supporting them to create confusion and legal difficulties for the Central Government without perhaps remembering that they themselves had removed several BJP/NDA appointed Governors in 2004 in similar situation.

It is appropriate that the Governors appointed by the UPA Government resign without delay failing which the Central Government should remove them as per existing precedents in this regard.

सोमवार, 23 जून 2014

Prime Minister to keep a watch over MPLADS

To-day`s newspapers have reported that the Honourable Prime  Minister will keep watch over the MPLADS. As per news, the development works being done under this scheme will be watched by third party specially in cases where the expenditure involved is more than Rs 25 lacs.The projects being done under this scheme for societies,trusts,or NGO will also be kept under watch.If this is really done ,it will be a great thing as an amount of about Rs twenty five thousand crores are proposed to be spent during next five years under  this scheme and so many things were  being heard about the unfair practices being done in implementation of such schemes.

Let us hope that things will surely improve now given the fact that the matter is being looked into at the highest level!

रविवार, 22 जून 2014

stopping the officers/private persons who were Private Secretaries/OSD in the previous government............

The Honorable Prime Minister Modiji has done a wonderful thing by stopping the officers/private persons who were Private Secretaries/OSD in the previous government,from taking similar posts under the present government.This will help the  present government Ministers in many ways which hardly needs to be detailed.The fact of the matter is that the power brokers used to remain the same whosoever became the Minister.There is no dearth of talented officers in the country and it would be inthe fitness of things that new setof officers take over in these sensitive posts.
Let us hope this government fulfills the difficult task to protect and strengthen Mother India!

शनिवार, 21 जून 2014

increase in railway fair is justified but....

The decision of the Central Government to increase the rail fair is wholly justified. Successive Rail Ministers have failed to perform this unpleasant task which is responsible for present precarious condition of the railways. If we want the railways to improve, we must be ready to pay for then services it provides.
It is,however,inportant that the government  also makes efforts for increasing facilities for the travelling passangers.first of all, the railway reservation system needs complete overrhauling. The booking of tatkal ticket over internet is a total failure. Security of passengers in the trains needs to be improved .More trains have to be provided during peak seasons. New railway lines should be developed in backward areas and for all these things railways will need money. Let us, therefore, cooperate with the Central Government in their efforts to make improvements in the railways.
It is common knowledge that the previous Rail Ministers have been more concerned with their political future than the future of the country. We must say good bye to the subsidies and freebies.Let us pay for the facilities we take. But then the Central Government should ensure that our railways are really world class and for that the people of India ,too, will have to cooperate with the hard policy decisions  being taken by the Central Government.

रविवार, 1 जून 2014

Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS).should be abolished

  Under the Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS), each MP has the choice to suggest to the District Collector for, works to the tune of Rs.5 Crores per annum to be taken up in his/her constituency. The Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament can recommend works in one or more districts in the State from where he/she has been elected. The Nominated Members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha may select any Districts from any State in the Country for implementation of their choice of work under the scheme.

The MPs identify works, which are allowed under the guidelines, and recommend them to the District Authority, which in turn is responsible for the overall implementation of the works. It is the responsibility of the District Authority to scrutinise and sanction the recommended works and to identify an implementing agency to execute the work. Local self governments such as the Panchayati Raj Institutions and Urban Local Bodies, government departments (such as Housing Boards, Electricity Boards and Urban Development Authorities), or reputed NGOs can be selected for implementing works.

The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation formulates the guidelines, releases funds, and monitors implementation. At the State level, a nodal department is responsible for coordinating, monitoring and supervising the implementation along with other relevant departments and the District Authorities. 

MPLADS has been in contention since its very inception. There are a number of issues which plague the scheme. First is the issue of corruption - there have been cases of widespread corruption and mis appropriation of funds. In a lot of cases, private contractors (which are not permitted) are engaged to implement the works.1  Also, there have been instances where expenditure has been incurred on works which are prohibited under the scheme.2  Second relates to funding - there are large amounts of unspent balances rising over the years, low utilisation of funds and an expenditure bias towards a particular sector. A significant number of MPs are yet to open a bank account.3  Third relates to delivery - there are weaknesses in the process of sanction. The District Authorities tend to execute works without receiving any recommendations from MPs concerned or on the recommendation of the representatives of the MPs rather than the MPs themselves. Further, there are lapses on the monitoring and supervision front, with the District Authorities failing to inspect the required number of sanctioned works as well as in sending regular monitoring reports.4  Fourth issue relates to the sustainability of the scheme - there have been charges that the scheme goes against the spirit of the 73rd and the 74th Amendment, with MPs enjoying the privilege of an uninterrupted yearly flow of funds to do the work which local bodies are better placed to deliver. The constitutionality of the scheme has also been questioned, with the argument that the scheme erodes the notion of separation of powers, as the legislator directly becomes the executive.5 

Along with these, there are other issues such as - lack of adequate information available to MPs, which sometimes leads to a disproportionately large amount of money flowing into one district. There also seems to be an absence of a proper mechanism to ensure constituent participation in order to determine locally felt needs, leaving open the possibility of a small group, having easy access to the MPs, impressing upon him to recommend works according to their needs.

The Comptroller and Auditor General has examined this scheme thrice and the government has sponsored independent surveys to assess the scheme. On each of these occasions, the auditors and surveyors have expressed concern over lack of supervision at the district level and gross violation of guidelines by MPs. But, there is no sign of credibility measures to set matters right.
The CAG also found that contracts were awarded without adopting standard tendering processes. Another irregularity was the absence of financial sanction and administrative approval. Auditors found that 26 per cent of the works were executed without sanction in four states that were surveyed by them.
The auditors have also come up with evidence which establishes fraud. Some samples of state- and district-level records showed misappropriation of funds in some states including West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar and Mizoram. School classrooms which were “constructed” by village education committees were nowhere to be found. An FIR had to be lodged with the police about the missing classroom! In Jharkhand a company took an advance of Rs 8 lakh for installing solar water pumps and vanished. In Bihar, officials of the National Rural Employment Programme were duping the government by claiming MPLADS funds for roads already constructed.
In Sikkim, funds from this scheme were used to construct anti-erosion bunds and walls to protect the private property of the MP and his relatives. Of 22 works sanctioned, all but one related to private property and in a dozen cases the contractors were also the beneficiaries. But, the biggest area of misuse is allocation of these funds to trusts and societies, often controlled by the MPs themselves. In ten states, the CAG found that funds in excess of the prescribed ceiling per society or trust had been released. In seven states, auditors found that 145 ineligible societies and trusts were given funds. Finally, the accounts are not audited regularly.  The auditors found 40 such districts. Strangely, the accounts of one DA (District Authority) in Jammu and Kashmir and one DA in  Lakshadweep had not been audited since the inception of the scheme in 1993!(Public Money, Private Agenda -- The Use and Abuse of MPLADSby A Surya Prakash)
This is clearly an executive function which should be handled directly by the Central/State Gpvernments .There is lot of murmuring in the public about functioning of this scheme which may or may not be correct but the fact is that that  the scheme involves huge funds which could be better utilized by direct involvement of the executive.

The new central government should  look into the matter and abolish the scheme and utilize the funds so saved in a better manner for development of the country.

गुरुवार, 29 मई 2014

Article 370 of Indian Constitution

There has been ongoing discussion over abrogation of article 377 of the India constitution.Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is a 'temporary provision' which grants special autonomous status to Jammu and Kashmir. Under Part XXI of the Constitution of India, which deals with "Temporary, Transitional and Special provisions", the state of Jammu and Kashmir has been accorded special status under Article 370.

All the provisions of the Constitution which are applicable to other states are not applicable to J&K. For example, till 1965, J&K had a Sadr-e-Riyasat for governor and Prime Minister in place of chief minister.

The provision was drafted in 1947 by Sheikh Abdullah, who had by then been appointed Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir by Maharaja Hari Singh and Jawahar Lal Nehru. Sheikh Abdullah had argued that Article 370 should not be placed under temporary provisions of the Constitution. He wanted 'iron clad autonomy' for the state, which Centre didn't comply with.

According to this Article, except for defence, foreign affairs, finance and communications, the Parliament needs the state government's concurrence for applying all other laws. Thus the state's residents live under a separate set of laws, including those related to citizenship, ownership of property, and fundamental rights, as compared to other Indians. As a result of this provision, Indian citizens from other states can not purchase land or property in Jammu & Kashmir.

Under Article 370, the Centre has no power to declare financial emergency under Article 360 in the state. It can declare emergency in the state only in case of war or external aggression. The Union government can therefore not declare emergency on grounds of internal disturbance or imminent danger unless it is made at the request or with the concurrence of the state government.

By far, the most debated and discussed article in the entire Constitution, the current  debate on the abrogation of Article 370, has once again brought this provision in the limelight.
But what exactly is Article 370 and why is the Article so important to keep Jammu and Kashmir as a part of India? Here are 10 facts that explain why:

1. According to the Constitution of India, Article 370 provides temporary provisions to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, granting it special autonomy.
2. The article says that the provisions of Article 238, which was omitted from the Constitution in 1956 when Indian states were reorganised, shall not apply to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
3. Dr BR Ambedkar, the principal drafter of the Indian Constitution, had refused to draft Article 370.
4. In 1949, the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had directed Kashmiri leader Sheikh Abdullah to consult Ambedkar (then law minister) to prepare the draft of a suitable article to be included in the Constitution.
5. Article 370 was eventually drafted by Gopalaswami Ayyangar
6. Ayyangar was a minister without portfolio in the first Union Cabinet of India. He was also a former Diwan to Maharajah Hari Singh of Jammu and Kashmir
7. Article 370 is drafted in Amendment of the Constitution section, in Part XXI, under Temporary and Transitional Provisions.
8. The original draft explained "the Government of the State means the person for the time being recognised by the President as the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir acting on the advice of the Council of Ministers for the time being in office under the Maharaja's Proclamation dated the fifth day of March, 1948."
9. On November 15, 1952, it was changed to "the Government of the State means the person for the time being recognised by the President on the recommendation of the Legislative Assembly of the State as the Sadr-i-Riyasat (now Governor) of Jammu and Kashmir, acting on the advice of the Council of Ministers of the State for the time being in office."
10. Under Article 370 the Indian Parliament cannot increase or reduce the borders of the state.

Horrendous Consequences of Article 370
1. Secessionism spread to other states
The venomous tendencies of secessionism and separatism, strengthened by those, who incorporated the baneful Article 370 in the Indian Constitution, later on spread to Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram and the Punjab.
2. Regionalism and parochialism
The Article 370 tanned and fed the forces of regionalism, provincialism, parochialism and obscurantism. It created regional conflicts, collisions and controversies in truncated India.
3. Denial of fundamental right to settle permanently
Under Article 19 (1) (e) and (g) of our Constitution, it is fundamental right of the citizens of India to reside and settle permanently in any part of the country, and to practice any profession or carry on any occupation, trade or business. But Article 370 deprived the citizens of India of the right to settle permanently in Jammu and Kashmir. Is it not a strange discrimination that citizens of Jammu and Kashmir could settle in any province of India but the citizens of India could not settle in Jammu and Kashmir, because of this discriminatory Article 370? Even Pt. Nehru, the Prime Minister of free India, could not settle in his own ancestral land Jammu and Kashmir, because of the baneful barrier of Article 370. No citizen of India could go to the state of Jammu and Kashmir without a permit issued by the state government, headed by Sheikh Abdullah. Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, the founder of Bharatiya Jana Sangh (the progenitor of BJP) defied the permit system and entered the territory of Jammu and Kashmir without permit. He demanded from Nehru Government the abrogation of the detrimental Article 370, which smacked of secessionism. Consequently he was arrested on May 11, 1953, and detained in Srinagar Guest House. On June 23, 1953, Dr. Mookerjee breathed his last, while in police custody in the Srinagar Hospital under suspicious situation: The unofficial probe pointed to medical murder. Thus the founder of Bharatiya Jana Sangh sacrificed his life for the abrogation of the venomous Article 370.
4. Denial of Fundamental right to purchase property
Under Article 370, citizens of India cannot purchase immovable property in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, but the people of Kashmir can purchase property in other states of India.
5. Deprivation of the right to vote
The citizens of India cannot become the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. Due to Article 370, they are deprived of their right to vote in the elections to the state assembly or municipal council or panchayats.
6. Denial of Jobs
On account of Article 370, Indian citizens cannot get jobs in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. All the jobs in the state are reserved for the citizens of the state.
7. Detrimental to women of the state
Article 370 is highly detrimental to the women, who are even born and brought up in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. If a woman, who is permanent citizen of the state, gets married to a man who is not a citizen of the state, she loses her properly. She is deprived of even her ancestral property. In the state of Jammu and Kashmir, domicile certificates issued to women are valid up to their marriage only. They have to acquire fresh 'Permanent Residence Certificate' after their marriage.
8. Denial of admission and job to Kashmiri women after marriage
If a woman, who is born and brought up in Jammu and Kashmir and is permanent citizen of the state, marries a citizen of India, she cannot get a job in the state, nor can she get admission in medical, engineering or agricultural colleges established with the financial aid by the Union of India.
9. Victimization of Hindu Immigrants - Supreme Court helpless:
On account of unholy partition of our holy Motherland, unfortunate Hindus were ousted from their ancestral homes in West Pakistan. A few thousand Hindu families migrated to Jammu and Kashmir and settled there. Though, fifty five years have elapsed since their migration, yet they, their children and even grand-children have not been granted citizenship on the ground that outsiders cannot settle permanently in the state on account of Article 370. Consequently, these unfortunate Hindus are deprived of their fundamental rights. They cannot purchase land for construction of their houses. Their names are not included in the electoral rolls of the state assembly. Hence, they cannot exercise their franchise in elections. They cannot get Government or semi-government jobs. They arc not sanctioned loans by the state government. They are not granted government licenses for the purpose of business. Their children are not granted admissions in medical or engineering colleges of the state, though the Government of India bears most of the expenses of the said colleges. Thus, they are treated as second-class citizens in a state, which is declared as an inseparable part of India. Having seen no other alternative, the unfortunate displaced persons knocked the door of the Supreme Court. It is a matter of irony, agony and astonishment that though the Supreme Court realized the injustice rendered to them; yet, it could not give any relief to them because of the discriminatory Article 370. It is a heartrending tale that the honorable judges of the Supreme Court, in spite of having recognized their grievance as justifiable, expressed their inability in their judgment to give any relief to the unfortunate Hindu immigrants in view of the peculiar constitutional position prevailing in the state.
10. Incapability to alter the boundaries of Kashmir
Under Article 3 of the Indian Constitution, the Parliament has the right to change the boundaries of any province, provided the President consults with the authorities of the concerned province before signing the bill. But, on account of Article 370, the Parliament of India cannot alter the boundaries of Jammu and Kashmir. For doing so, it has to seek approval from the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir. It indicates that the Constituent Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir is above the Parliament of India. Had Pt. Nehru not applied Article 370 to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian Parliament could have split Kashmir into various parts and annexed the said parts to the adjoining provinces. The only panacea to the problem of Kashmir is to abrogate Article 370, split Kashmir into parts and annex the said parts to the adjoining provinces in such a way that the Muslims may lose the majority, and Hindus may be induced to settle permanently in the said parts with overwhelming majority. The well-planned systematic dispersal of Muslim population and settlement of Hindu population in its place is the only remedy to the malady of Kashmir.
11. Non-acceptance of Hindi
The decision of the Union of India pertaining to Hindi as National language could not be applied to Jammu and Kashmir because of Article 370. No member could speak in Hindi in the State Assembly without prior permission of the speaker.
12. No CBI in Kashmir
On account of baneful barrier of Article 370, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was not allowed to work in Jammu and Kashmir. Thus Sheikh Abdullah and his accomplices were let loose to collude with Pakistani conspirators and infiltrators. The reports of his collusions and conspiracies with Pakistani agents and spies could not reach the ears of the ruling leaders of India.

मंगलवार, 27 मई 2014

give the government reasonable time to gear up and deliver.

With the Modi government having been formally set up ,there is a sense of pride and achievement in the entire country.People have been waiting for a change.They have given clear mandate for a new government so that it should be able to function free from pressure tactics of regional parties/allies.Now that the Modi government  has finally taken over,people are expecting positive results.Of course,it is not possible to bring about a total turn around overnight but initiatives in the right direction will itself make a lot .Inviting SAARC countries for participation in the swearing ceremony of the Prime Minister Modiji and his cabinet colleagues has been a master stroke in the field of foreign affairs.There are lot of issues inside the country which if suitably attended,will create tremendous goodwill in favour of the central government.Difficulties being experienced by the common man in getting railway reservation is one such problem which needs immediate attention

We must,however,give the government reasonable time to gear up and deliver.Let us hope and pray that the Modi government brings a new era of development in the country.

रविवार, 25 मई 2014

Nation building is not to be left to the government alone.

We have all voted for a strong,stable central government and it has  brought the desired result.After a long gap,we have  a government with clear majority and the result is obvious.The government is able to take stand even before its formal take over despite opposition from powerful regional leaders with narrow minded approach over national issues.

Then our job is not over with casting of votes.We must all contribute  to the cause of national building which is possible only if we our conscious of our duties more than our rights.

Nation building is not to be left to the government alone.It is the collective effort which alone can help us keep our head high among the nations of the world.That is possible only when we stop fighting for small things in the name of caste and religion and discard sectarian and casiest leaders .Once the people give firm message to the political class about their resolve to vote for development prone ,honest persons ,the political leaders will fall inline and stop taking castiest,and sectarian approach.

शनिवार, 24 मई 2014

The division of India was the greatest blunder

It is a great news that the Prime Minister of Pakistan,Mr Nawaj Sarif has accepted invitation to participate in swearing ceremony of Shri Modiji as the Prime Minister of India.Modiji deserves credit for taking such a dynamic step in inviting SAARC countries on this occasion.
We must have coordial relations with our neighbours,if we want to propsper.Every sensible person will only pray that the goodwill between the countries is not only strenthened further rather is strong enough to solve all impending issues being faced by the two countries.
The division of India was the greatest blunder for which both the countries have paid heavy price so far.The Britishers played greatest mischief by engineering division of India in the name of religion.This was not only unnatural rather highly impracticabl as well.It is high time that the governments on both sides  sit together (and involve Bangla desh also in the process)and work for reuniting India,Pakistan and Bangla Desh into one nation.Till such time this situation comes,let them have a good working relation among themselves.This will help everybody in the region .

शुक्रवार, 23 मई 2014

Bihar Model :how long Bihar will continue to be exploited in the name of secularism and casteism??

After JD(U)  lost  Lok Sabha  elections ,Mr Nithish Kumar  resigned from the post of Chief Minister on moral grounds. He should have resigned much earlier when he broke away from BJP as the people of Bihar had given mandate to NDA to rule Bihar.However,he chose to stick to chair till he lost in the recent elections. He should have recommended dissolution of the state assembly and should have faced fresh election.But he lacked courage to do so because of imminent defeat in the event of fresh election to the state assembly. Therefore he brought a mahadalit Chief Minister,and developed friendship with RJD to whom he had been criticising all along for fomenting caste politics.The question is :how long Bihar will continue to be exploited in the name of secularism and casteism. Already the state is facing acute backwardness. Education system is in mess. There is hardly any industry worth the name in the state. like rest of the country,Bihar,too,must grow and that is possible only if the government there is concerned with the growth and development .It should not count its survival on caste equations. Mr Nithis Kumar has done long time damage to the People of Bihar by throwing it back into the dirt of caste politics for narrow political gains.
Let people of Bihar teach them lesson by casting vote in favour of development and prosperity setting aside caste and pseudo secularism in the next election to the state assembly as and when it is held so that the narrow minded politicians are taught a lesson forever.

गुरुवार, 22 मई 2014

mismanagement in the rail ticket booking system should go

People of India are naturally waiting to see the new government at the centre to perform.There is enormous scope of improvement in government functioning .The existing system of railway reservation specially tatkal tickets need immediate attention.Despite  efforts made so far, the system of railway reservation is still not satisfactory.Huge number of travelors are facing trouble due to slow mooving  IRCTC website.When there is so much demand of railway tickets and the facility of internet reservation is easily available even in remote areas,the need to have so many agents is beyond our understanding.The new government should immediately scrap the system of booking railway tickets through agents and improve the IRCTC internet booking system so that it is easily accessible and people are able to book ticket without wasting time.If this simple work is done,this government will gain  lot of goodwill as the present mismanagement in the rail ticket booking system is causing  lot of difficulties for the common man who look  at the new government with great expectations.

सोमवार, 19 मई 2014

good bye to castiests and pseudo secularists !

Recent election results are game changers not only for the Governance of the country but is also a great lesson for the hypocrites .So far the practice has been that who so ever invited Muslims to vote in their favour in the name of religion became self styled secularist. Smt Sonia Gandhi went to the extent of calling for unity of secular votes.Many other political outfits followed the same philosophy not because they were really concerned about the welfare of minorities but they expected to benefit from the vote bank politics being followed in the name of secularism and castiesm. Castiesm and 

Pseudo-Secularism have done great harm to this country.

Selfish  politicians  exploit  minorities by creating fear psychosis.

Had they been really concerned about their welfare,minorities would not have been struggling at the bottom level even in the states being ruled by these secularists.The caste politics has done greater damage to this country than anything else.People vote on caste lines which results in politicians who hardly have any interest in real development.Bihar and U.P. are worst sufferers.
Ihe people of India has shown courage and wisdom in rising above the caste and religion in voting for a development man,Shri Narendra Bhai Modiji.If there is development in the country,everbody will be benefited.so we must say good bye to castiests and pseudo secularists to ensure peace,prosperity and growth in the country.

रविवार, 18 मई 2014

purity of the Ganga water will be restored soon.!

There were celebrations everywhere. Modiji was given wonderful welcome  on his arrival in Delhi yesterday.Then he went to Varanasi and participated in worship to Lord Vishwanath and Ganga aarati programme..The touching speech he gave from the banks of the Ganges will be ever remembered.We all need to do something to restore the pride and purity of the Ganges.Rght from the very childhood we have been witnessing every household keeping  the Ganga water to be used on auspicious occasions.A drop of the Ganga water can purify everyone and everything!That Great Ganga certainly needs immediate attention of one and all.It can not be left to the Government to clean it.We also need to be careful while dealing with it.
Let us hope that the purity of the Ganga water will be restored soon.!

शुक्रवार, 16 मई 2014

India has won!

Indian is celebrating victory of Shri Narendra Modiji who is going to lead the nation as its next Prime Minister. After thirty years India is going to have a Central Government wilh absolute majority. Shri M.J.Akabar is right in saying that it is a great unjustice to say that minorities are against Shri Modiji.It was a great conspiracy which has led to the massive defeat of Congress.Congress had never such defeat in the history.
The voters of the country have voted with great introspection. They had a great hope in the leadership of Modiji.They have voted for development, and prosperity of the country.Modiji came out with a new policy which vouched for growth,and development.People from all sections of the country liked and trusted this and voted for Modiji.
Not only Narendraji rather entire india has won.this election is a message to the narrow minded leaders who expected to win by following divisive politics.
India is great!
India has won!
jai Bharat!
Vande Mataram!

बुधवार, 14 मई 2014

Let the country prosper!

Final results of the recent elections are yet to be formally declared .The entire country is holding its breath to see the change at the Centre. But the time is not very far. It is, however, important that  the new government, which is certainly going to be headed by Modiji ,is allowed free hand to perform so that it should  be able to keep its promises made to the people of India on the  eve of the Election. Senior BJP Leaders who are above 75 should voluntarily keep themselves away from the day to day functioning of the government and should do social work .They must give place to youngers .People of India are watching silently and have great expectations from the new government. Let us all cooperate with new government and create a appositive atmosphere so that the country prospers. Congress must gladly accept its defeat and function like a constructive opposition. Even the opposition party has a great role to play in a democratic system.

मंगलवार, 13 मई 2014

exit poles have shown NDA getting majority

Most of the exit poles  have shown  NDA getting majority in the sixteenth Lok Sabha, thus paving way for Modiji taking over as the next PM of India. There are many lessons to be learnt from the elections held recently. We must amend the constitution to ensure that only national parties participate in future elections to the Lok Sabha so that the narrow minded regional parties are not able to generate hung parliaments and thus blackmail the government for selfish gains at the cost of national interests. Further voting should be made compulsory with provision for deterrent punishment against the defaulters .This will minimize vote bank politics in the country. The so called secular parties have been running from pillar to post to get Muslim votes. For that they used to create fear psychosis among the minorities. But they must learn that India wants to vote for those who can bring about prosperity and development, create job opportunities  so that Indians can keep their heads high all over the world. let us hope that the new government to be headed by Shri Narendra Bhai Modiji is able to deliver and bring about peace and prosperity in the country.

सोमवार, 12 मई 2014

Final round of election to the sixteenth Lok Sabha

Final round of election to the sixteenth Lok Sabha will be over within a few minutes. The entire country is holding its breath to know the final outcome .These elections  prolonged  for more than a month which should have been minimized to a week or so. The entire country was virtually at standstill during the lengthy election process. In this age of technology the  Election Commission of India must find out ways and means to shorten this period for future elections. In fact, the election system of our country needs lot of improvement to make it truly democratic. The rising election expenditures has made it beyond the reach of a common man. Moreover holding separate elections for LOK SABHA and state assemblies also creates lot of problems including avoidable load on the state exchequer. Elections to the LOK SABHA should be able to give stable and strong government at the centre   who should be able to protect the national sovereignty and should be able to create an atmosphere conducive to development in  the country. If necessary the constitution should be amended to achieve these targets.

रविवार, 11 मई 2014

Indian Democracy is at the crossroads

Indian Democracy is at the crossroads. Elections are essential part of a Democratic set up. There is need to hold them peacefully and to accept the peoples verdict gracefully. This Lok Sabha election will be ever remembered for political leaders of different parties crossing all limits in abusing Shri Narendra Modiji  who has become a national HERO in the eyes of Indians. If a political party is going to loose ,it need not start abusing the winners rather should make introspection   and wait for the next election. Even opposition  has a great role to play in the system. Most of the parties have read the writings on the wall and it is that the victory of Shri Narendra Modiji is only awaiting a formal announcement.

Elections for the Lok Sabha is ending to-morrow

Elections for the Lok Sabha is ending to-morrow. It seems to be Modiji vrs  All.There has been lot of noise during more than a month long period during which this process of election  has been going on this time.It is  now to see ,if we get a stable government with full majority so that it can deliver ??

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