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Uttar Pradesh deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya again said that while a Ram temple is being constructed in Ayodhya and work is underway on the Kashi Vishwanath corridor project in Varanasi, wait is on for a temple at Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura.

Uttar Pradesh deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said on Thursday temples and corridors are not election issues for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Reiterating his controversial statement in a tweet wherein he spoke about a grand temple in Mathura, Maurya said while a grand Ram temple is being constructed in Ayodhya and work is underway on the Kashi Vishwanath corridor project in Varanasi, wait is on for the construction of a temple at Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura.

Mathura is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The supposed temple site, a subject of multiple lawsuits, is located inside an Aurangzeb-era mosque in Mathura and shares its premises with a prominent temple.

Maurya’s repeated statements on the issue that came despite prohibitory orders being in place in the temple town is likely to have been made in view of the upcoming Assembly election in the state.

On November 28, the Mathura district administration imposed prohibitory orders under CrPC Section 144 following an announcement by the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha to install a Krishna idol at the deity's “actual birthplace”, which it claims is inside the mosque.

“Nobody will be allowed to disturb the peace and tranquility in Mathura,” district magistrate Navneet Singh Chahal had said then. Source : ht

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The move is being seen as a signal that the union government could introduce a Bill to repeal the three farm laws on the first day of the winter session of Parliament, which starts on November 29.

A three-line whip issued by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to its members in the Rajya Sabha instructing them to be present in the House when the winter session of Parliament begins on November 29 is being seen as a signal that the government could introduce a bill to repeal the three farm laws on the first day of the session.

The whip said that the BJP members have to remain present to support the government while an “important” business was being taken up for discussion and passage in the House on Monday.

Cabinet gives nod for repeal of farm laws

Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week announced that his government has decided to repeal the three farm laws that were being opposed by a section of farmers in Punjab, Haryana, and parts of Uttar Pradesh.

On Wednesday, the union Cabinet approved the repeal of the laws that triggered protracted farmer protests along the borders of the national capital. Source : ht

 

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Underlining that Manjinder Singh Sirsa’s joining had exposed Akali’s proximity to BJP, Amrinder Singh Raja Warring on Thursday said it won’t be a surprise if Bikram Majithia joins BJP.

Punjab transport minister Amrinder Singh Raja Warring lays the foundation stone of a Kharar Bus Stand at BDPO draft office Kharar on Thursday.

Underlining that Manjinder Singh Sirsa’s joining had exposed Akali’s proximity to the BJP, transport minister Amrinder Singh Raja Warring on Thursday said it won’t be a surprise if SAD leader Bikram Singh Majithia follows suit and joins the BJP soon.

Warring, who was in Kharar to lay the foundation stone of the modern bus stand, claimed that Majithia would break the news of joining the BJP anytime.

While reacting to AAP “theatrics”, he claimed that the entire opposition was rattled. Taking a potshot at Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, he said leaders like him were constrained to orchestrate inspection of a toilet at a school.

Urging people to give the Congress power to keep serving Punjab in 2022, Warring said the entire world was talking about Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi’s work in two months.

Almost 400 buses, including 70 of Badals, had been impounded, Warring said, adding that anyone flouting norms would not be spared at any cost.

Lays stone of Rs6.5-cr bus stand

Giving a major fillip to the infrastructure in the region, Warring laid the foundation stone of the modern bus stand to be built here at a cost of Rs6.57 crore. The upcoming hi-tech bus stand will be equipped with all modern amenities. It will be developed on a 16 kanal land of the panchayat samiti in the heart of the city.

“The chief minister had shared with me that he had once travelled to Kharar by bus to join an agitation and at that time buses did not stop at Kharar. He had then decided to ensure that the city gets a proper bus stand,” he said.

Warring assured shopkeepers that nobody’s business would be impacted and they would be suitably accommodated in the upcoming complex.

Dr Manohar Singh, younger brother of the chief minister, said the construction of the bus stand in Kharar had been the dream project of the chief minister.

He mentioned that the chief minister had recently laid the foundation stone of a state-of-the-art modern model school to be set up in an area of 5 acres at Badali village, an English medium school where around 5,000 students would be imparted quality education. Source : ht

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However, the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir added that he prays the grand old party manages to secure over 300 seats in the next elections.

Congress veteran Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday said he does not see his party winning 300 seats in the Parliamentary elections of 2024. Speaking at a gathering in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, Azad said that "only the Supreme Court can decide on reversing the abrogation of Article 370" in Jammu and Kashmir or the Congress "has to come to power with 300-plus seats but he does not see that happening".

However, the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir added that he prays the grand old party manages to secure over 300 seats in the next elections.

"Only the Supreme Court can decide on Article 370. Besides the apex court, only the ruling government can do it. The current government has abrogated it, how will they do it? And I cannot assure you that Congress will win 300 seats in the 2024 elections. I pray that Congress wins 300 seats but I don't see that happening now," the Congress leader was quoted as saying.

The former Rajya Sabha MP’s statement came at a time when the Congress is facing a serious crisis of inner tussles besides a lot of leaders jumping ship in search of greener pastures. The party is also struggling to stitch a united Opposition during the ongoing winter session of Parliament.

On Wednesday, West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee said the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) does not exist anymore. "What is UPA? There is no UPA," said Banerjee. “Considering today’s situation and the ongoing fascism, a strong alternative force is required in the country against it. No one can do it alone. We all need a strong alternative and if someone is not ready to fight, then what can be done,” she said.

She said this after a meeting with Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar in Mumbai to make a pitch for a united front of opposition parties against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The central government led by BJP had abrogated Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir in 2019 and bifurcated it into two Union Territories. The government has said that the statehood of Jammu and Kashmir will be restored at an appropriate time. Source : ht

 

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Budget negative, super flop show, anti-people: Mamata

Written by Thursday, 25 January 2018 10:56

Kolkata, Feb 1 (PTI) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee dismissed the union budget presented today as "negative and a super flop show" and said the "anti-people" BJP government is not fit for governance.
"I am disheartened with the union budget. This is a hopeless, negative and super flop budget. It is a big bluff budget. I think this anti-people BJP government is not fit for governance," she told reporters here.

She said the country's middle class is completely disheartened with the budget as it has nothing to offer for them.
"We heard that they (the central government) would take some measures to appease the people. But it has nothing to offer except disinvestment," she said about the union budget, which is the NDA government's last full budget before the general elections.
Banerjee said the budget does not spell out the direction on employment generation and has cut allocation on various other social schemes.
"Small scale and medium industries have been badly hit due to demonetisation and GST. We have been saying this from the very first day," she added. Source : pti

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OPPN-BJP SPAR OVER TRIPLE TALAQ BILL IN RS

Written by Thursday, 04 January 2018 07:45

A united opposition today had a face-off with the government over the triple talaq bill in the Rajya Sabha and stalled a debate on it insisting that it should be sent to a select panel, as the ruling BJP strongly sought its expeditious passage to stop the unlawful practice.

Amid noisy scenes, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad introduced the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill 2017 for discussion and passage, but pandemonium broke out in the Upper House with the opposition creating an uproar and the BJP countering it vociferously. The House, which had met at 3 PM after witnessing three adjournments over the Maharashtra caste violence, also witnessed procedural wranglings from both sides. The bill, which seeks to make instant triple talaq illegal with up to three years in jail for the husband, was passed in the Lok Sabha on December 28.

While the government emphasised the need to pass the bill on an urgent basis citing a Supreme Court judgement pronouncing triple talaq as unconstitutional, the opposition countered it saying the views of various stakeholders must be taken by the select panel. While supporting the bill, the Opposition parties especially those from the Congress, Trinamool Congress and Samajwadi Party, insisted that it be referred to a select panel for further scrutiny. As heated exchanges continued despite warnings and appeals, Deputy Chairman P J Kurien adjourned the House for the day, without giving any ruling on the validity of the opposition's motion on the select panel. Terming it "a historic bill", Prasad said the Supreme Court on August 22 "called triple talaq as unconstitutional ... The judges appealed to Parliament to come out with a law.

Until then, it stopped the practice for six months. Even after Lok Sabha passing it, triple talaq is being given."  Appealing for its expeditious passage, the Minister also said that the Congress had supported the bill in the Lower House and asked it to clear its position here. However, the opposition remained adamant on its demand for setting up of a select committee, with Congress Deputy Leader Anand Sharma moving a resolution to this effect. Sharma gave a list of opposition members to be part of the proposed select committee and asked the ruling party to suggest its names to the panel, which should give its report in the first week of the Budget Session.

Besides Congress, SP and TMC, the names proposed by Sharma for the panel included leaders of AIADMK, BSP, DMK, NCP, CPI, CPI(M), TDP, RJD, BJD, JMM, IUML and nominated member KTS Tulsi. The Congress leader, along with Derek O'Brien (TMC), also insisted that the resolution on sending the bill to a select panel be put to vote in the House and a division was sought.

Dubbing Sharma's motion to set up a select committee as "invalid", Leader of the House Arun Jaitley objected to the procedure followed by him, saying Rule 70 (sub-rule 2a) cited by Sharma was not applicable here because the bill did not orginate from the Upper House. It orginated in the Lok Sabha and was transmitted to the Rajya Sabha. The other objection Jaitley raised was that the notice for setting up of a select panel was not given before, thereby breaking the parliamentary procedure.

Not only the names given for the proposed panel were proportionate to the strength of the parties represented in the House but the consent of these members was also not taken, he claimed. "Now, we are taken by surprise that we all assemble here after 3 PM, a motion is suddenly submitted to us. For the first time breaking all parliamentary convention and procedures, an invalid motion is moved," Jaitley said.
Citing reasons for the urgency of the bill to be passed to end the unlawful practice, Jaitley explained why the bill should not be referred to a select panel. "The practice (of triple talaq) was declared unconstitutional on August 22. Two of the judges...held the practice to be unfair. They used their extraordinary power to suspend this practice for six months. Those six months expires on February 22.

"They said we (court) beseige all political parties to come out with an appropriate legislation. Therefore, there is an urgency which the country expects from Parliament and the urgency is that the practice is unlawful," Jaitley said. The minister further said that some people have said that "we will defy the judgement and resort to this practice. So, the legislature must act with responsibility and act expeditiously and give it a legislative face."  Hitting out at Congress, Jaitley said, "The whole country is watching that in the other House you supported the bill and here you are trying to derail it" and sought a ruling from the chair on this matter. Countering Jaitley's views, Congress leader Kapil Sibal said the Minister referred to a minority judgement of the Supreme Court on the issue while there was no mention of urgency in the majority judgement of the apex court. As unruly scenes continued, the ruling party members including ministers were up on their feet and asked, "Is it wrong to give respect to women?" 

Responding to them, Sharma said the Congress respects the women's rights and supports the bill. "We are not opposing, we are supporting it. We are not hypocrites. We want to ensure the bill goes through legislative scrutiny." He also chided the ruling party for claiming to the champion of the women's cause but not bringing the women's reservation bill. As noisy scenes and sloganeering continued forcing the chair to finally adjourn the House for the day. Source : pti

 

 

 

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Both experts and political parties believe the actor will have to do a lot of ground work and convince the voting public about his motivations to make it big in Tamil Nadu.

Rajinikanth is only the latest in a long list of actors to enter politics in Tamil Nadu, a state known to place its film stars on a pedestal.

Will he emerge successful in his political endeavour? One must look at the close relationship Kollywood has shared with Tamil Nadu politics through the years to answer that question.

MG Ramachandran (or MGR, as he is better known) and J Jayalalithaa, two great stars, successfully took up politics to become chief ministers of Tamil Nadu. However, theirs was no easy journey to the top. They had to slog it out on the field, winning perception as well as electoral battles against much fancied opponents to finally emerge triumphant.

Dravidar Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) founder CN Annadurai was a scriptwriter, but he still managed to garner enough clout to become the party’s first chief minister. The same was the case with incumbent DMK president M Karunanidhi, who occupied the hot seat on five occasions since 1969.

Both Karunanidhi and Annadurai were individuals steeped in the Dravidian movement, with strong ideological moorings.

MGR – a Keralite by origin – broke away from the DMK to form the All India Anna Dravidar Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and later become the chief minister. He managed to replicate his onscreen persona of the ideological do-gooder on the political scene, turning Tamil Nadu into a welfare state and becoming a legend for generations to come. MGR first became the chief minister in 1977, and continued in the position until his death.

Jayalalithaa had to wage a prolonged war of succession against MGR’s wife, Janaki (also a film star), becoming the leader of the opposition over five years after his death. Only after proving her political prowess on the electoral battlefield could she become the chief minister.

There have been failures from Kollywood too, and high on the list is Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam (DMDK) founder ‘Captain’ Vijayakanth – who could not even retain his own seat in the 2016 elections. MGR’s contemporary Sivaji Ganesan also floated his own party, only to fail miserably.

Vijayakanth had witnessed political success in his initial days, when he launched the DMDK in 2005 and notched up to 10% of the vote share in Tamil Nadu. Later, in the 2011 elections, he even teamed up with Jayalalithaa to win 29 seats and become the opposition leader with cabinet minister status. However, he soon fell out with Jayalalithaa and walked out of the political alliance. He contested the 2016 elections on his own but failed to retain any of his 29 seats.

“Nevertheless, it must be acknowledged that Vijayakanth worked hard as a politician for five years before finally launching his political party. Another five years went by before he became the opposition leader,” says Jhon Arokiasamy, perception strategist and political analyst, adding that Rajinikanth also needs to work hard on the field to prove himself.

Arokiasamy believes that perception is based on ground reality. “People may start looking at Rajinikanth differently the moment he enters politics. He will be judged as a leader going by what he stands for, and what he does,” he adds.

Professor Ramu Manivannan from Madras University is harsher in his assessment. “I don’t see Rajinikanth as an alternative,” he says. “The superstar, unfortunately, happens to be a part of the very decay he talks about. He has cosied up to the powerful so far, and now that a vacuum has opened up in the political space, we see him stepping up to occupy it.”

Manivannan feels that any film star can draw crowds, but it is the work he does on the ground that matters in the long run. On that count, he finds both Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan – another actor on the verge of joining politics – sorely wanting.

Haasan had stolen a march on Rajinikanth by announcing his intention to enter politics, and even launching an app to fight corruption. But, after the initial buzz, he shifted gears and re-immersed himself in movies.

Arokiaswamy recalls the numerous instances in the past when Rajinikanth seemed set to enter politics. “On those occasions, his hints more-or-less coincided with film releases. However, he does seem serious this time,” he says.

Rajinikanth’s next film, Robot 2, is all set for a grand release next year.

Though the superstar’s decision was welcomed by political parties in the state, many pointed out that he was still a long way from launching his own outfit.

“I congratulate Rajinikanth, he has finally put an end to his fans’ expectations. (However) His entry will not have any kind of positive or negative impact on our fortunes,” DMK working president MK Stalin said soon after the announcement.

The BJP – specifically state unit president Tamilsai Soundararajan and Union minister of state Pon Radhakrishnan – hoped Rajinikanth would back the saffron agenda in the upcoming general elections. “We welcome Rajinikanth’s decision to enter politics. Corruption-free India and good governance is the sole aim of the BJP too,” said Soundararajan.

However, BJP politician Subramanian Swamy did not believe niceties were warranted in the circumstances. “Rajinikanth is an illiterate person with no clear agenda to fight corruption in Tamil Nadu. Has he announced the party name? Let him, and then I will expose him,” he said. Source : ht

 

 

 

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The focus, through every method, needs to be on improving female representation in every sector and not simply on increasing the number of women candidates

With the first days of this session of Parliament coming to an end, there is anticipation for the government’s agenda on gender equality and empowerment. The bill on Muslim women’s empowerment has already been introduced which focuses on deterring talaaq-e-biddat (instant triple talaaq) in Muslim families. Yet another important legislation that received much attention before the session began is the Women’s Reservation Bill. A bill that has been languishing in oblivion since its introduction, till recently being brought up by Sonia Gandhi in an open letter to our Prime Minister, reiterating its necessity and relevance.

In the current global scenario where India is looked at as a serious competitor to developed and developing countries alike, it should be a matter of alarm that we rank at a dismal 108th place in the annual Global Gender Gap Index, behind countries like China at 100th and Bangladesh at 47th among many others. The report highlights the lack of political participation of women in the country as a major cause for the disparate gender gap. To put this further into perspective, closer home in the South Asian region, out of the 8 SAARC countries, India’s position is a mediocre 5th after countries like Nepal and even Afghanistan.

The question we need to ask at this juncture is whether reservation for women in parliament is enough. If the end to be achieved is to have greater representation of women in roles of socio-political leadership, then ensuring their representation in roles of political leadership needs to be just as important. Our focus needs to be on expanding, not just in terms of seat reservation but also in roles of political party leadership and membership. A modern political party needs to have methods that encourage participation of women and remove structural barriers for women in politics where money and muscle power are known to rule.

The pending bill proposes to reserve 33% of all seats in the Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies. It had been passed by the Rajya Sabha in 2010 and needed to be passed by the Lok Sabha and 50% of all state legislative assemblies, but lapsed as a result of not receiving due assent.

An alternative or consecutive form of reservation could be in the form of reserving membership and candidacy for women within political parties which exist today in countries like South Africa, Germany or Sweden which have successfully increased female representation in governance through voluntary quotas by political parties. With women comprising of 42% of its national assembly, South Africa serves as an excellent example of a successful experiment with voluntary party quotas. Sweden, similarly overcame a gender gap of over 34% in its own parliamentary representation by adopting this method. Perhaps the most significant lesson from the global experience with quotas was summarised by a Stockholm IDEA report, which concluded that, “in almost all political systems, no matter what electoral regime, it is the political parties, not the voters that constitute the real gatekeepers to elected offices.”

Party leadership should re-evaluate their internal roles so that a party can be more inclusive of women, creating an environment where the presence of women is not mere tokenism but an opportunity to make the party more representative of contemporary India. The focus, through every method, needs to be on improving female representation in every sector and not simply on increasing the number of women candidates.

Having more women members in a party will force the leadership to take note of candidates with a history of insensitive comments or misconduct against women. Women with senior roles within the party can also mentor the younger generation and help them navigate through the doors and ladders of a political party in India. This rule can be enforced by the Election Commission of India for Indian political parties to be recognised. Hopefully through this route, the road to empowering women to enter politics will be less daunting and far shorter.

This article was written with assistance from Gopika Mahapatra

Gaurav Gogoi is a member of the Lok Sabha and a member of the Indian National Congress

The views expressed are personal Source : ht

 

 

 

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A day after he was denied permission to hold a rally in Mumbai, Gujarat MLAJignesh Mevani clarified in New Delhi that his speech at an event in Pune on January 1 was not ‘provocative’.

Newly-elected Gujarat legislator Jignesh Mevani on Friday accused the ruling BJP of “targeting” him and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to clarify his position on the safety of Dalits, a day after he was denied permission to hold a rally in Mumbai.

“Why aren’t Dalits safe in this country? Why is the monster of caste still alive when we are trying to find out if there is water on Mars,” Mevani asked.

“I will go to the PM on January 9 with a copy of the Manu Smriti and Constitution and ask him what do you choose,” he told reporters in New Delhi.

Mumbai Police on Thursday denied permission for a convention where Mevani and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student leader Umar Khalid were supposed to speak.

Authorities detained the organisers of the proposed event at Bhaidas Hall in Vile Parle and banned the assembly of more than four people. The move was met with angry protests at the venue of the convention, with agitators accusing the city police of bias.

A day earlier, Mevani and Khalid were charged for allegedly making “provocative” speeches at an event and spreading disharmony and rift between the Maratha and Dalit communities, which led to the violence and the death of a 28-year-old man in Pune’s Bhima Koregaon on January 1.

The event was organised to commemorate the 200th anniversary of a British-era battle of Bhima-Koregaon at Pune’s Shaniwar Wada on December 31.

“No part of my speech was provocative or inflammatory. I am just being targeted,” ANI quoted him as saying.

“The members of the Sangh Parivar and the BJP made a childish attempt to tarnish my image and target me. It is an after effect of the Gujarat results and it is also because they have a sense of fear about 2019,” he said.

Dalit groups were celebrating the bicentenary of the Bhima-Koregaon battle, in which Dalit soldiers of the British East India Company emerged triumphant over those of the Peshwa, on January 1 when they were allegedly targeted by upper-caste men. As the Peshwas were Brahmins, the victory is seen as a symbol of assertiveness by Dalits.

Mevani had spearheaded protests in Gujarat a year ago after four Dalits were allegedly flogged by upper-caste men for skinning a dead cow. Source : ht

 

 

 

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The party on Monday said that the (BJP) should reflect on their image, if their President (Amit Shah) himself has been summoned to the in a riot case.

"They should realize what kind of image has inif their President has to be summoned in a riots case," MP Sushmita Dev told ANI.

today appeared before a sessions inas Maya Kodnani's witness in the 2002 Naroda Gam riots case.

The former minister of state for Women and Child Development in the of Gujarat, Maya Kodnani, has been accused of involvement in the Naroda Gam massacre that broke out on February 28, 2002, killing 11 Muslims.

Dev also said that talks a lot about the 1984 Riots, but stays quiet about the 2002 riots.

"They should first introspect themselves before making claims against Congress," Dev quipped.

Continuing her attack on BJP, Dev also criticised Prime Minister Modi-led government's economic policies.

"It is wrong to state that PM Modi gave economic integration to because he has done economic disasters," Dev said, giving demonetisation, farmers, and rise in petrol prices as examples for the same.

Mocking the BJP/RSS led government, Dev said that the slogan of "Acche din" has become a joke for the poor, the farmers, and the common people.

Responding to the defamation case filed by Rashtriya Samajsevak Sangh (RSS) against claims of RSS's connection in senior journalist Gauri Lankesh's murder, Dev, "If an RSS worker has filed a defamation case against the claim that RSS is behind Gauri Lankesh's murder then the entire country would be held in the case; if RSS heeds to social media, they will find that the entire country is saying that RSS is behind her killing."

Dev further said that the party is not afraid of the defamation case, adding, "It's in fact a good opportunity to bring the history of RSS- from (Nathuram) Godse to (Maya) Kodnani- in front of the judiciary."

The leader also slammed the in Haryana for the delayed CBI investigation into the murder case of a student within the premises of Gurugram's Ryan International School.

Dev said that the value of an investigation becomes questionable if the crime site is not sealed and public is allowed to enter the area.

The now infamous Ryan International School reopened today, even before the CBI investigation of the school could take place.

"This issue should be taken seriously, because it creates fear among the public about the ability of to maintain law and order," Dev added.

 

 

 

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