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Modi is the Problem

We don’t wish similar thing happening to India. The problem is not as what happened in last 70 years. Actually, the problem is what Modi has been trying to do in last 4 years.

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India has come a long way since 1947 and the credit entirely goes to Congress party which was in power for almost 55 years. If India has become a frontrunner in almost every field, it’s not because of some magic but it’s all because of the futuristic vision and statesmanship of leaders like Pandit Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shashtri, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Narsimha Rao and Manmohan Singh.

It is RSS and BJP’s rumour factory which has been spreading this canard that nothing happened in last 70 years. We have world class institutions like IITs, IIMs, IIS, ISRO, NTPC, ONGC, SAIL, BHEL, DMRC…………..This all happened in Cong rule.

India today is the third most powerful in economic indices. Today we have the largest road network in the world. We are the 7th largest energy producer and the 5th largest energy consumer in the world. India is the second larger exploiter of wind energy in the world after USA.

Between 1951 and today we have changed from importer of food grains to exporter of food grains, from importer of consumer goods to exporter of consumer goods. Today we not only provide technology, know-how, to a number of countries but also the skilled manpower.

With the advent of planning, extension of hospitals and medical facilities there is a sharp decline of death rate to a level of 7.2 per thousand from 18.0 per thousand at the time of Independence.

The Railway route electrified in last 60 years has increased by 4970%, freight transport by 891%, and passenger movement by 493%. The Road length between 2011 and 1951 has increased by around 43 lakh Kms. The number of Registered Vehicles is more than 15 crores which is an increase by 4626% in last 60 years.

Today 99% of Indian Population is covered by Radio and TV. This has enabled the Country to remain united even though each State has its own dialect, culture, traditions. Mrs. Indira Gandhi as a dynamic leader showed to the world that India cannot be taken lightly and not only she broke Pakistan into two parts and thus saved the Country of the fear of its Border being attacked from the Eastern Side.

Never before in the History of the World have 90,000 soldiers or more of any Nation laid down their arms before any other country. It was because of the courage, boldness, and foresightedness of Mrs. Indira Gandhi that Sikkim, an independent Country merged on its own with India to become the 22nd State on 16th May 1975.

Today, if you are working as a top executive in a leading Pvt firm, it’s because of leaders like Narsimha Rao, Rajiv Gandhi and Manmohan Singh who had that unique foresight to open and liberalise the Indian economy. Today, we have one of the best medical facilities available in India which is world class and so affordable that patients from developed countries are making a beeline to avail them.

It’s not that nothing happened during last 4 years of Modi rule. Well! The ubiquitous service tax was @12% but now it is @18% under the new avatar of @GST. The bank charges have gone up 6 times. Now, the minimum balance charges for banks increased from paltry 25 Rs to 150 Rs. Under Modi, Banks have become virtual predators and I won’t be surprised if very soon if you reach as close as 20 metres to any Govt banks, you will be charged for that too which will be deducted automatically from your account.

The price of petrol which was around 60 Rs/litre during UPA has gone up to 85 Rs/litre and that too when the international crude prices were lowest during last 4 years. During UPA II bank frauds of approx 18000 cr took place which has gone up to mind-boggling 60000 cr in just 4 years. Gujarati corporate like Ambanis and Adani have been given virtual license to loot and only Adani is responsible for a NPA worth 100,000 cr.

Manmohan Singh had signed Rafale deal for 564 cr per aircraft with the French company but when Modi became the Prime Minister, he took Anil Ambani along with him and reached Paris and signed a new deal with the company where the prices increased to 1575 cr per aircraft, a 3 fold rise. The deal was snatched from HAL and was awarded to Anil Ambani’s aviation company which was formed only a fortnight back.

BJP is not a game changer, they have so far proved only a name changer. They have changed names of more than 500 roads, universities and institutions. It was BJP which made the playing of national anthem compulsory in cinema halls and also tried to enforce Yoga in BJP ruled Govt schools.

After BJP came to power at centre, an impression was created that chanting Vande Mataram and Bharat Mata ki Jai will solve all your problems. When Congress was busy fighting and its leaders were making sacrifices for independence, RSS was busy doing “Kasrat” in their Shakhas and making compromises with Britishers.

BJP has no moral stature and locus standi to talk about nationalism and patriotism. They are fake and full of poison. If the progress of party is not checked in the next year’s Parliamentary election, it will turn India into a Hindu Pakistan. Most of the Muslim countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan who follow radical Islam are on the brink of destruction.

We don’t wish similar thing happening to India. The problem is not as what happened in last 70 years. Actually, the problem is what Modi has been trying to do in last 4 years. In fact, the biggest problem India is facing today is Narendra Modi himself and sooner we get rid of him is better for us. Should I conclude by saying Vande Mataram, Bharat Mata ki Jai?

Disclaimer: These views are solely of the author.

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Obituary – MoS Railway Angadi will be remembered for warm gesture, smile

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New Delhi, Sep 23 : Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi, who passed away on Wednesday evening at a hospital here where he was being treated for Covid-19 will always be known for a big smile and warm gestures by his colleagues and friends.

Angadi was made the Minister of State for Railways in May last year by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Soon after his appointment as MoS for Railways, he knew that he has to meet the expectations of PM Modi to improve the train services.

During the inaugural run of second Vande Bharat Express train between New Delhi to Katra on October 4 last year, just two months after the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, he travelled in train with media persons to give a message that the government is standing with the people of J&K for the overall development of the region.

There were around 80 media persons along including the camerapersons to cover the inaugural run of the Vande Bharat Express.

During the trip, Angadi kept on interacting with the media about the plans of the Railway Ministry to bring development in erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.

He gave interviews for four consecutive hours without any break and assured that he answered all the tough questions posed to him.

Speaking to IANS on the same trip, Angadi had said, the Indian Railways, which has witnessed delays in completion of several important projects, was aiming to finish all of them by 2022, on the occasion of 75th Independence Day.

He had also said that the national transporter sees the option of allowing private operators to run trains as an opportunity to provide world class services.

Angadi had said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed that all the pending projects and works be completed by 2022. We are focusing on completing pending works, like doubling and tripling of tracks, electrification, installation of CCTVs and signalling system upgrade.”

“New projects will be taken up only after completing them,” Angadi said.

He also favoured giving trains to private operators, and cited the example of private TV channels and said, “The entry of private players will generate more jobs and investment opportunities. In the long run, a lot of development will follow due to the competition.”

In countries like China trains run at 400 kmph. But in India trains were not running even at 160 kmph, he said.

“To compete with the world, we have to opt for investment from many sources. When a private company or people comes and invests in railways, it will create opportunities to develop economy,” he had said.

The railways had last year proposed to corporatise Rae Bareli Modern Rail Coach factory in UP.

On opposition of the Congress and other parties to corporatisation and privatisation of railways’ manufacturing units, the Minister said, “The Congress never thought about development. It has always opposed development.”

“We have not got to think of the Congress, but development and competition, and let the economy grow and create employment opportunities,” Angadi said.

Citing examples, he had said, the national highways remained undeveloped till the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government took it up and today even foreign countries were appreciating them.

Angadi in the railway ministry was also known as one of the most punctual minister. He always came to the ministry on time and ensured that the press briefing started on time.

Angadi represented Belagavi constituency of Karnataka in Lok Sabha.

He first won from the seat in 2004 and remained undefeated from the seat till 2019.

He was also known as a media man, who always remained responsive to the queries of media even late in night.

Following the news of gis death, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said, “Deeply anguished at the unfortunate demise of Suresh Angadiji. He was like my brother. Words fall short to describe his commitment and dedication towards the people. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends in this hour of need. Om Shanti.”

Angadi Angadi admitted at AIIMS on September 11 after testing positive for Covid-19. He breathed his last on Wednesday evening.

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It was all about being ruthless: MI skipper Rohit Sharma

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Abu Dhabi, Sep 24 : Rohit Sharma, on Wednesday, returned to his usual, elegant self with a masterful innings to lead Mumbai Indians to a 49-run win over Kolkata Knight Riders at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Rohit scored 80 off 54 as MI scored 195/5. In reply, KKR managed to score 146/9.

Interestingly, this marked MI’s first ever victory in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), having lost all of their matches in 2014 when a part of the group stage was played in the UAE.

“It was only two players from the 2014 squad. It was all about how we executed our plans today, we never let it go. We were in good position throughout the game but it was all about being ruthless, getting as many (runs) as possible. We knew the wicket was good and dew was coming down,” said Rohit in the post-match presentation ceremony in which he was declared Player of the Match.

As the KKR bowlers fumbled with their line and length and gave Rohit short deliveries, the MI captain replied with his trade mark pull shots to deposit the ball over the boundary.

“I back myself to play (the pull shots), love playing it and practiced it quite a bit. Pretty glad it came out well, they were all good (laughs), can’t pick one. I haven’t played a lot of cricket in the last six months time and was looking to spend some time in the middle; it didn’t come out well in the first innings but glad to have done it tonight,” he said.

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Changing alliances set the tone for Bihar Polls

The BJP’s Bihar unit President Sanjay Jaiswal says the NDA has jumped into the poll fray with full force. The BJP-led NDA parties were contesting on the sole plank of development.

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Patna, Sep 23 : Political parties in Bihar are busy chalking out strategies for the Assembly elections which are likely to be held in October-November this year though the Election Commission (EC) has not yet announced the poll dates.

In many cases, parties which were friends during the last elections will now be seen as opponents while foes in the last polls have joined hands.

In the last assembly elections, the BJP and the Janata Dal (United) fought against each other but in this election they are together in the NDA-fold.

The Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) is likely to remain in the NDA this time as well but the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) which was with the NDA during the last elections has severed ties with it. Former Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha’s party RLSP is now part of the Opposition Grand Alliance (Mahagathbandhan) for the forthcoming election.

However, the RLSP and the Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) are said to be upset as the seat-sharing formula in the Grand Alliance has not yet been decided.

Former MP Pappu Yadav has also announced to contest this year’s election through the Jan Adhikar Party (Loktantrik). Yadav has not yet aligned with any opposition party.

The BJP is enthused with the JDU coming back to the NDA. The importance of the Bihar elections for the BJP can be gauged from the fact that its National President J.P. Nadda has already reached Patna and is busy reviewing preparations for the polls.

The Left which contested the last elections alone is likely to join the Grand Alliance this time. There have been several rounds of talks between the Left and the RJD on contesting the elections together.

RJD spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwari said the Opposition grand alliance should expand its outreach. Negotiations were on with many other parties, he added. Asked about the resentment over the seat-sharing formula, he said candidates who could guarantee a win were being selected.

The BJP’s Bihar unit President Sanjay Jaiswal says the NDA has jumped into the poll fray with full force. The BJP-led NDA parties were contesting on the sole plank of development.

In the last Bihar assembly elections, the JDU, the RJD and the Congress had contested together under the Grand Alliance and formed the government with absolute majority. Later, however the JDU broke away from the alliance and formed the government in Bihar by joining hands with the BJP.

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