Sunday, March 8, 2015

Alternative Government In Kashmir

Formation of government by BJP and PDP in the state of Jammu and Kashmir has become a matter of debate and political parties other than BJP and PDP are indulged in dirty politics and media men are fuelling fire to disturbed situation in the state. It is really very much unfortunate and sad for the country.

Opponents of BJP say that BJP is power hungry and some others tag PDP with anti-national term. But as a true patriot, one has to understand the ground reality and suggest best course of action, best political alternative and best common minimum programme which suits the state and stop trying to resort to dirty politics to serve their self interest to grab power by hook or by crook

It is not a case of power hungry, it is a case of super sacrifice by BJP that it adjusted and compromised its principles to give power to PDP to save expenses on fresh election and to pave the way for a democratically elected government.

Had BJP not aligned with PDP or NC, there could have been a vacuum or President's rule in J&K which meant indirect role by BJP.

Can anyone suggest better option?

Will it be NC-PDP o r NCBJP or Congress-PDP or Congress NC or No government ? Here it is important to point out here that even Congress Party tried to form government with PDP, NC extended unconditional support to PDP in formation of government and even NC and Congress Party tried to join hands with PDP .

How is it that when BJP join hands with PDP it becomes a matter of thorn for all?

If any state want growth and development , ruling party which enjoy majority or a coalition government with conflicting parties have to reconcile and work under common minimum programme and mutually agreed programme and avoid all controversial issues. Otherwise frequent election means loss of money as well as loss to image, disturbance in public utility services, stop on developmental work and finally risk to safety and security of the state

People like Aditynath or Togaria or Ashok Singhal or persons  like Mufti or Farooq Abdullah or Obessi family or  an type of hard core fundamentalists are dangerous for the country, for growth and for common men.

Mufti has wilfully resorted to controversial statements, he has released a prisoner bypassing judiciary, he has praised Pakistan and not army for successful election , all these statements and acts cast doubt on his integrity and loyalty to the nation which none of Indians will like.

All Political parties should come together and work for the growth of the country and for common men keeping aside all mean minded approaches based on caste , communities , region or religion.

It is sad that political party like Congress Party which is hundred years old is indulged in dirty politics over important bills like Land Reform bill or Insurance bill or banking reform bill or judicial reforms bill . Parties like RJD, JDU, SP, BSP all are indulged in dirty politics to malign BJP and thus harming the country. It is always the common men who suffer due to dirty politics of political parties and media men always add fuel to fire and the never take the initiative to form the views in national interest.

Lastly if PDP goes against the spirit of common Minimum Programme arrived at with BJP , one cannot take a hard step of breaking relation with PDP on each petty issues . After all there is some limitation to take harsh step for BJP.

I do not hesitate in saying that it is media men who more often than not add fuel to fire and they do not bother whether their act malign the image of the country or not. They can go to any extent for their TRP and it is they who ignite fire even in water. They always try to forcefully introduce their dirty views in the mouth of person they interview. I do not know who will stop their dirty game and when? But people of India have understood their dirty tactics . Sooner or later media men who act as anti-national. who act as anti -peace and who are anti harmonic relation between two communities  will face the anger of common men.

Selective Journalism !!!
BJP will be never against any anti-corruption law which is as per the constitution of India. But paid media & shoot & scoot political ...personnel always paint it differently.
The Bill was introduced in the State Assembly of Odisha on 12 February 2014 and it was unanimously passed after a two-day discussion. The bill has similar provisions of Central Act that was passed by the Parliament in December 2013.

Odisha passes Lokayukta Act, first state to do so after Centre's Lokpal Act-FirstPost-15.02.2015

Odisha on Friday became the first state to enact the Lokayukta Bill within the three-month deadline following the passage of the Lokpal Bill by Parliament in December 2013.

The Odisha Lokayukta Bill, 2014, passed by the Odisha Legislative Assembly, has kept the chief minister, former chief ministers, council of ministers, elected political representatives and bureaucrats within the ambit of the Lokayukta's powers. The law envisages setting up of a six-member anti-corruption body headed by a chairperson who is a chief justice or a retired chief justice of judge of a high court.

Introduced in the Delhi Assembly on Wednesday, the Bill was passed on Friday unanimously after a tw-day discussion.

Non-government trusts receiving government grants, contractors paid by the public exchequer and o outsourced agencies have also been brought under the purview of the Lokayukta's investigation.

The Odisha Lokayukta will be selected by a search team comprising the chief minister, leader of the Opposition, speaker of the Odisha Assembly and a chief justice or any other nominated judge.

The search panel will appoint a "non-judicial person of impeccable integrity and outstanding ability", somebody with long experience in public administration, finance, banking, anti-corruption, law or management as chairman. There will be five other members, including two judicial members. The three remaining members will be from reserved categories.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had earlier announced that his government would make sure the bill is passed within 90 days of the Central Act being passed. Speaker Pradip Kumar Amat had to extend the ongoing session of the Assembly by one day for passing the bill. Of the 60 clauses, only five amendments were accepted by the government before it was passed.

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