Thursday, May 24, 2012

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Sudden Price Hike On Petrol Condemned by BMS

New Delhi: May 24: The abnormal price hike on petrol around Rs. 7.50 per litre from the midnight on 23rd May 2012 has strongly effected common people.

            Shri B.N. Rai, General Secretary, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) said in a press release that this is the direct effect of devaluation of Indian money in the market for which the Central Government is alone responsible.

             This UPA Govt. has no care for people of India.  They are taking unilateral and whimsical decision against the citizens of our country.

            BMS strongly condemn the such action of UPA Govt.  It is surprising that other political parties of the UPA are also criticizing the policies of the Govt. but they are not taking any effective action.

            Therefore BMS call upon the people of India to lodge strong protest by different democratic agitional programmes.

            Considering the gravity of the situation all Central Trade Union Organisations are going to meet on 26th May 2012 for finalising nation wide democratic agitation programme.  

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Saturday, May 12, 2012

New Delhi: Various Hindu organisations on Friday converged at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar to protest strongly against government’s devious design to shorten the Baba Amarnath Yatra. Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), Jammu Kashmir People’s Forum, Bajrang Dal and Sanatan Dharma Pratinidhi Sabha were among the several Hindu organisations that took part in the protests against the forcible shortening of Baba Amarnath Yatra. During the protests the protestors performed Tandava Nritya of Lord Shiv. They later on burned an effigy of NN Vohra, the governor of Jammu & Kashmir. Addressing the protestors, former Parliamentarian and Kendriya Advisor of VHP Shri BL Sharma “Prem” said, “All atrocities are committed against Hindus in this country, only because Hindus do not protest and react. I, on behalf of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad warn the government that each and every VHP activist will fight against atrocities on Hindus till the last drop of blood in their body.” Shri Prem added that in 2009 the Amarnath Yatra was allowed for 60 days, in 2010 it came down to 55 days, in 2011 it further came down to 45 days and now in 2012 the Yatra has been reduced to 39 days. All this is happening despite an exponential increase in the number of Yatris. Shri Prem added that the Shrine Board’s job is only to oversee the arrangements of Amarnath Yatra and not decide upon its tenure. As per the decision of Courts and recommendations of the Sen Committee only 10,000 Yatris can perform Pooja and Darshan at the Holy Cave of Baba Amarnath in one single day. By this calculation around 4 lakh devotees can perform Pooja and Darshan in the forcibly stipulated 39 days in 2012. However, around 7 lakh devotees had gone for Darshan and Pooja in the last year and it is expected that around 8 lakh devotees would want to go for the Amarnath Yatra this year. Also, according to Hindu religious beliefs the Yatra can begin only from Jyeshtha Poornima (June 4). Shri Tarun Vijay, Rajya Sabha MP said that around 90% tourists and revenues of Jammu & Kashmir come from Maa Vaishno Devi and Baba Amarnath Yatra. “Under no circumstances will the terrorists decide the duration and tenure of Baba Amarnath Yatra.” Shri Vijay added that Hindu religion follows the principle of Vasudev Kutumbakam and I want to warn the Abdullah government that they should not dare to wake up a sleeping tiger. Shri Avinash Khanna, the Parliamentarian from Punjab who raised the issue of shortening of the Amarnath Yatra, said that the Amarnath Yatra is as important to Hindus as Haj is for Muslims. He added that though the government has said that it would respect the sentiments of Hindus yet till the time Hindu community does not struggle, as a whole, this government is not going to take any substantial step. Other leaders who participated in this protest included Shri Satyendra Mohan, Mahamantri VHP, Shri Gurdeen Prasad, Prant Mantri VHP and Shri Brij Mohan Sethi, Vice President VHP. Leaders from the Jammu Kashmir People’s Forum included Ajay Kaul, Smt Vandana Bhagat and Shri Manoj Khandelwal. Also present were Sardar Jaswant Singh from the Youth for Nations, Smt Simmi Ahuja from Matrishakti and Smt Sanjana Chaudhri of Durga Vahini.

Friday, May 11, 2012

RSS-Vagish Issar: Defamation suit is a mere tool to silence just cri...

RSS-Vagish Issar: Defamation suit is a mere tool to silence just cri...: Defamation suit is a mere tool to silence just criticism: Subramanian Swamy New Delhi: Defamation suits have been blatantly us...
Defamation suit is a mere tool to silence just criticism: Subramanian Swamy
New Delhi: Defamation suits have been blatantly used by politicians as a tool to silence all critical voices against them and deter journalists from reporting against them, said Dr Subramanian Swamy, President of Janta Party at a function to commemorate the Narad Jayanti. “A journalist should not be afraid of defamation suits. A politician merely uses it at as a deterrent tool to silence just criticism from investigative reporters. In fact, all reporters should get a detailed and first-hand knowledge of the law governing defamation suits so that they can understand the scope of this law,” said Dr Swamy. He added that till date around 125 defamation suits were filed against him of which he did not loose any such suit. Drawing a parallel for journalists with Maharishi Narad, Dr Swamy said Narad ji was the first reporter/journalist of the universe. “Devrishi Narad was a thinker who propagated news throughout the universe. The same is expected from today’s journalists in their dissipation of news and views.” Indraprastha Vishwa Samvad Kendra, on Monday May 7th, 2012 celebrated the Narad Jayanti by felicitating journalists and honouring their commitment and contribution towards the betterment of the society. The felicitation ceremony was attended by around 125 people. Shri Shripal Shaktawat, the Rajasthan Bureau Chief of P7 news channel and Shri Sant Sameer, Chief Copy Editor of monthly Hindi Magazine Kadambini were honoured with Maharishi Narad awards for their positive contribution to society through their reporting and writings. Among Shri Shaktawat’s various investigative stories the sting operation titled “Kokh Mein Qatl” deserves special mention. The operation exposed around 100 doctors involved in illegal sex determination and female foeticide. Shri Sameer’s report “Satrah lakh saal purane pul par hathaura” exposed the devious designs of government to damage the revered “Ram Setu”. Dr Swamy was the chief guest and Shri Indresh Kumar Ji Member, Rashtriya Karyakarini of the RSS was the chief orator at the ceremony. Deliberating further on the need and importance of Sanskrit Dr Swamy added that even the US-based space centre NASA in a report said all information in the cyber world needs to be saved in Sanskrit. “Inclusion of more Sanskrit words in Hindi would help the convergence of Hindi with South Indian languages as these languages have many Sanskrit words in their lingo.” Shri Indresh ji stressed upon the need to declare Narad Jayanti as World Journalism Day. “Enlightened individuals and journalists bring awakening in the society.” Stressing upon the need for independent thoughts and rational analysis Shri Indresh Ji added that it’s not necessary that the words and analysis of those in power are always true and up to the mark. Also present on the dais were Shri Kulbhushan Ahuja, Delhi Prant Sanghchalak, Shri Ashok Sachdev, President Indraprastha Vishwa Samvad Kendra and Shri Vagish Issar, Secretary Indraprastha Vishwa Samvad Kendra.

RSS-Vagish Issar: Regional issues should not precede over National i...

RSS-Vagish Issar: Regional issues should not precede over National i...:  Subject: Sri Lanka symposium     Regional issues should not precede over National interest: Dr Subramanian Swamy      New Delhi: Indi...

Regional issues should not precede over National interest: Dr Subramanian Swamy

 Subject: Sri Lanka symposium

Regional issues should not precede over National interest: Dr Subramanian Swamy 
New Delhi: India Foundation on Wednesday, May 09, 2012, organised a symposium on “Bharat Sri Lanka Relations and New Challenges” at the Indian International Centre at Delhi. The conference was attended by a galaxy of intellectuals and the list of speakers included Dr Subramanian Swamy, President of Janta Party, Shri Balbir Punj, Rajya Sabha MP and D Raja from the CPI. Shri Balbir Punj was the Chairman of a delegation of Indian MPs that had recently visited Sri Lanka.

Dr Subramanian Swamy said relations between India and Sri Lanka is both cultural and historical. Lord Ram anointed Vibhishan Ji as the King of Sri Lanka after defeating Ravan. In fact, scientific reports have proved that the DNA of people from India and Sri Lanka are the same. Dr Swamy said that in the wake of these facts the government of India should focus its attention on the plight of ordinary Tamils and not on the LTTE. He added that if India spoils its relations with Sri Lanka then yet another neighbouring country would become our enemy and would then be exploited by China and Pakistan. Dr Swamy further said that the issues of Tamil people are regional and regional issues should not be given precedence over national interest. Due to myopic policies of the present UPA government at the Centre, all neighbouring countries are turning hostile towards India which marks a big diplomatic failure of the government, he said.

Shri Balbir Punj said that Sri Lankan Parliament has a statue of Vibhishan Ji, who is revered and acknowledged by Sri Lankans as their first King. Shri Punj added that though Sri Lankan people do not understand much of Hindi yet they love and watch Hindi movies and like listening to Hindi songs. He further said that Lankans are followers of Buddhism and have a deep regard towards India. Yet, Tamil and Sinhalese live in complete separation in Sri Lanka. Sri Punj, further explained that Lankan Army has been imposed in all Tamil dominated areas and the situation is so grim that if any individual from the Tamil community wants to organize a function or a party, he/she needs to first inform the Army. No decision can be taken without Army’s permission, he added. Shri Punj said various associations of Sri Lankan Tamils have told him that they all want and favour an undivided Sri Lanka.

CPI’s D. Raja said that he was the first person who spoke for the rights of Sri Lankan Tamils. Detailing on the ground realities, Shri Raja said Tamils can live in Sri Lanka but cannot be a part of the ruling set up. Preference to Sinhalese language is given across government jobs and other places. The Sri Lankan Army and Police have almost zero percentage of Tamils. He further explained that after independence, India and Sri Lanka had entered into an agreement under which Sri Lanka sent back a few Tamils to India. This was unfortunate. After Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination Tamil movement in Sri Lanka turned into a terrorist movement. Shri Raja further pointed out that today all Tamil monuments are being destroyed in Sri Lanka. Though I am a Communist yet I have to say that Buddhist idols are being put up at the Hindu temples in Sri Lanka. At several places it becomes difficult to distinguish whether the temple is Hindu or a Buddhist. In fact, now the movement has graduated from terror opposition to being a Tamil opposition, said Shri Raja.

The symposium was convened by BJP’s National Spokesperson Smt Nirmala Sitaraman. Shri Chandan Mitra, Shri Tarun Vijay, Smt Jaya Jaitley, Shri R Balashankar, Shri Ram Madhav, Shri NN Jha and several other intellectuals of the society participated in the symposium.

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