Saturday, March 28, 2009

Royal Varun on national launch

Varun Gandhi the grandson of former Premier Indira Gandhi is the other Gandhi next generation leaders on the side of saffron party today to court arrest at district collectorate office in Pilibhit in UP from where the Royal charm is to contest for Lokh Sabha polls 2009 for the first time to initate his career.Varun ultimately to go scot free after a warning from all quarters of judgement still law of land must have its recourse is similar case Kalyan Singh former UP CM for demolition of Babri Masjid.Varun similarly speaking for vote catching in election months is to lure voters of one commnity.Family debate started by Varun sister Priyanka coming to give her cousin the word of wisdom has also been played by the electronic media with lot of hype but the best part is the young brother remains inert and did not clash in public domain thus giving the Royal cousins the best organised family inspite of their estranged relations are all parts of vote catching devices.Brothers or sisters speaking on public domain evince extra interest by channels to extend their trp.His launch is most media attended due to the controversial alleged hate speech he has made during his campaign in Pilibhit on March 8.Congress members are stupefied with Sanjay Gandhi son making hard hitting speech in his first camapign as contestents for Lokh Sabha.
Apolitical Gandhian are submitting their sense of feeling on Varuns speech. The hate speech by various other political leader never raised the cresendo but the inflammation caused in the national media and its uproar is due to Gandhi descendent taking the hot shot.BJP's Hindutava live wire activated when its coalition righteousness diluting its frame. BJP on spree of hindutava the gain getting wide publicity of their ideology with splintered controversies making national headlines about religions,mandal,kamandal, criminal and crime in political arena.BJP therefore to make the event more successful giving more importance to the alleged hate speech of Varun.He has been asked by various political big-wigs Murli Manhohar Joshi, Sushma Swaraj former Federal ministers and others demand for the new Royal charms to campaign in their constituency along with CM of Gujarat Narender Modhi.

Election Commission recommended to the BJP Varun Gandhi shoul not be allowed to contest as a candidate for the Lok Sabha elections after holding him guilty of violating Model Code of Conduct for his hate speeches against Muslims.
Commission in a 10-page order said Gandhi's controversial speeches in Pilibhit(UP) early this month contained "highly derogatory" references and seriously provocative language of a "wholly unacceptable" nature against a certain community.Censuring the grandson of Indira Gandhi for outraging the religious feeling of a particular community, the Commission observed that he does not deserve to be a candidate in the coming general elections.Commission said it is conscious of its limitations under the law that it cannot debar him from contesting elections unless he is convicted or held guilty by courts and therefore expected the BJP to "deny" Gandhi a party nomination for the coming elections.The EC's order is unprecedented because never before a party been told by it not to field any person as a candidate because the law does not give it the authority to disqualify a candidate, a fact admitted in its order on Sunday.

Is the Election commission right to give his verdict on the act of Varun hate speech before the President has issued notification for General elections.EC valued advice will be meaningful to BJP are some of the question raised by political experts.
Prime Minsterial candidate of BJP who was getting a moderator to garner allies sport find himsself in exalted position with Gandhian coming talk the radical diction.However Varun Gandhi has been denying the total statement and said the CD in question is doctored. His stance of calling himself proud Hindu has pumped up the BJP and its frontal organisation taking it as national pride.

PM also named Varun's Inflammtory communal speech in Pilibhit as national shame and BJP on communal divide is not worthy to run this country.Prime Minister alleged that endorsement of the inflammatory speech of Varun Gandhi by BJP is a reflection of its communal agenda.The BJP is dividing our people on the basis of the communal lines and the most recent shameful instance of this is their endorsement of the line that its young leader Varun Gandhi has taken with regard to his speeches that he made in Pilibhit, Singh said.

Priyanka Gandhi advised his cousin Varun Gandhi to read the Gita properly following his controversial election speech.Rahul Gandhi too said that We are taught that hate and angers blinds the man.

Congress today alleged that the BJP candidate was "strongly influenced" by his mother Maneka Gandhi."He (Varun) is influenced strongly by his mother," AICC spokesman Mohan Prakash told a news conference in reply to a query what the Congress thought of Varun's reported inflammatory speech at Pilibhit.

BJP nominee from Pilibhit Mr. Varun Gandhi has announced to court arrest at district Collectorate on Saturday. He had withdrawn his bail plea from the Delhi High Court. BJP's Pilibhit unit has made preparations to draw a large number of supporters at the Collectorate. The state government has clarified that Mr. Gandhi will not be arrested on the way to Pilibhit. The government has also indicated that the UP police might not crackdown on him on the plea that investigations were still in progress into the cases lodged against him for his alleged inflammatory speeches. The district administration has taken several security measures and additional police forces have been deployed for strict enforcement of Section 144 CrPC during Gandhi's Pilibhit visit. Administration has not allowed any gathering at entry point of the Pilibhit and large numbers of police personnel are deployed there. Security forces have conducted flag march in the town.The Election Commission had already transferred the DM and the SP of Pilibhit besides suspending the ADM and the ASP. It had also sent notices to Varun and UP BJP President Ramapati Ram Tripathi to explain their views on the hate speeches.

RSS wanted in early eighties Sanjay Gandhi to be part of RSS frontal man,history turn complete cycle with Varun taking the cudgels to lead the BJP as new emerging face of hinutava delivering inflammatory speeches in Pilibhit.

Not many intellectual could have trusted that Varun with such suave sense of Indian politics will fall into cheap gimmick of national politics with hate speech for one community thus tearing the social fabric of the society.His lineage to Nehru-Gandhian family which has all their life propogated the secularism the best possible ideology for this country.Varun the heir to this family has found meddling with words which are full of hate and create dissension by playing communal cards.May be local resons for her mother Maneka could not emerge as mass leader.However Varun with many qualification in his belt most of the people of this nation feel that his juriprudence must not be for local cause but must Varun be developed for the Cause of the nation to the lineage and heriditary roots to which he belongs.A new BJP Avatar has come to focus the ideation of BJP and its hindutava stands now figure with utmost interest which way the saffron party is in moods.Varun is likely to be next vote catcher projected by some political experts and quite interesting to watch the next move of the BJP to consolidate on hindu votes in specially in Hindi speaking states.
The entire national event initiated by the Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswamy on Thursday,19 March said that it was for the BJP Lok Sabha candidate to prove that the video showing him making anti-Muslim comments was tampered with.

Varun,legendary lineageof Nehru-Gandi family now trio fix, is making his political debut from Pilibhit, for allegedly making inflammatory remarks and inciting communal feelings during rallies held on the 2nd and the 8th of this month is in third fix with news that the the Election Commission has asked for a report on the alleged distribution of money by BJP leader Varun Gandhi on the 4th of this month. Chief Electoral Officer Anuj Kumar Bishnoi told reporters in Lucknow that the Commission got some inputs regarding alleged distribution of money by him and it has sought a report from the district magistrate in this regard. He said as directed by the EC, two separate FIRs have been lodged against Varun Gandhi.Varun Gandhi, has filed a petition in Allahabad High Court seeking to quash the FIR lodged against him. He also moved the Delhi High Court for anticipatory bail.

N Gopalaswamy further said, "We have seen the video. The video was not taken by us. He has said that the tape is doctored. It is for him to prove this," Gopalaswamy told reporters at the Raj Bhawan in Kolkata.On what action was being contemplated against Varun, he said, "We have already taken action." When asked whether Varun, who is to contest from Pilhibit in Uttar Pradesh would be allowed to do so, Gopalaswamy said "at the moment the question does not arise, we will look into it when nomination starts."To a query whether action would be taken against the BJP, the CEC said the Commission would decide on it after the party filed its reply to the notice.

Prime Minster said, if these comments are correct, then they are very unfortunate. Gandhi icon the grandson of former prime minister Indira Gandhi who is planning to make his electoral debut in the upcoming general elections as BJP candidate from Pilibhit alleged in his petition that the FIR, which was lodged nine days after he made the speeches, was "a part of a political conspiracy" to spoil his political career and tarnish his "secular image".

He has also alleged that the video footage of a public meeting, on the basis of which the Election Commission has taken the action, "has been tampered with" and did not contain his voice.In the FIR, Varun has been accused of having delivered an "inciting speech" on 8th March which has "caused insecurity in the minds of one particular community". FIR also states that he meeting addressed by held was held without permission and in violation of Section 144 imposed by the local administration.

Poll event one of world biggest democratic process event for 543 Lok Sabha seats in India are up for grabs for governing the biggest democarcy in the world with participation of over 1000 political parties in the coming general elections.Since the last Lok Sabha polls in 2004, the number of political parties has gone up considerably with the Election Commission listing names of 1,027 parties.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Fusion of third Front

Fusion of Third Front

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2009-03-16 08:35:09 - Third front is ready to regroup again to go for national anti-Congress and BJP votes in their kitty.Third alternate descibed by its star campaigner Mayawati is expecting to form federal government
in the center.Congress and BJP combine in case if remains below the220 marks out of 543 total seats in the parliament,the third front wil have an opportunity to form the government with an idea of rotational Prime Minister.

Dalits and women having better chance to rule this country when India goes for poll in the mid of April and within two months with outcome of results of Nuclei orbits having charge to rule this country gets surfaced,the fusion and fission is likely to take place in case of hung results.

Will this General elections will be the repeat of
1996-98 when four Prime Minister changed in span of two years:
1 Atal Bihari Vajpayee 16 May 1996
2 H. D. Deve Gowda 1 June 1996
3 Inder Kumar Gujral 21 April 1997
4 Atal Bihari Vajpayee 19 March 1998.
A prepoll coalition of nine parties which can inflate to the total of more than twenty smaller groups after the poll results has emerged.Third front is a neo force in the far flung areas especially in rural belts and constituencies where the development works has not trickle down since sixty years of India's independence.

Tribal parties,communal and provincial verbatim to lure the voters to give utopian state by the national parties will not be taken seriously and the localised party will gain for reasons of their accessibily .

National parties specially Congress and BJP to suffer most the casuality along with their inner fights,squabbles and poor selection of candidates in remote areas of rural and for the development to have not trickle down for any reasons.

Third front success depends on the total number of seats gained by each party and therby having the power for the top or second slots in formation of the federal structure for goverance.

Official media PTI reports BSP chief Mayawati tonight said leaders of
all the parties present had resolved to provide a non-Congress and non-
BJP "secular" alternative which will strive to form the next
"We senior leaders (of the Third Front) have resolved that we will
collectively present a non-Congress, non-BJP secular alternative
before the nation," she said reading out a brief statement before the
media even as the dinner attended by leaders of nine regional
political parties was underway at her residence.Uttar Pradesh Chief
Minister claimed, would "form the next government" at the
Centre.Mayawati said the policies of a government formed by this third
alternative would be "completely in the interest of the country and
the people".She said that at the dinner, the leaders discussed current
political situation and the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

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Sunday, March 8, 2009

BJP-BJD coalition collapse:BJD in Third front

"The party's central leadership will come out with an official response on the issue only after the meeting of its office-bearers tomorrow," BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said last night.

BJP Legislature party last night met Orissa Governor M C Bhandare and intimated him its decision to pull out from the government.The party also demanded President’s rule in the state stating that the government had reduced to minority after their withdrawal.The BJD-BJP combination has 61 and 32 MLA respectively in the 147 member Orissa Assembly.However, BJD govt appeared safe as it was close to mustering the support of 14 more MLAs from JMM (4), CPI (1), CPI-M (1) and eight independents necessary to reach the majority mark of 74 in the 147-member state assembly.Coming out of the Raj Bhawan BJP Legislature party leader Biswa Bhusan Harichandan told the waiting newsmen that the Governor had a patient hearings and assured the BJP delegation that he would take appropriate steps in the right time.The BJP Leader said the people of Orissa have voted for the alliance in the last Assembly elections and not for Naveen Patnaik or the Biju Janata Dal.
He said Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has closed the chapter of long eleven years of alliance by unilaterally declaring to contest the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections in the state separately.Naveen Patnaik-led BJD last night said it was not averse to join the third front, being cobbled up by left parties and others.”We are not averse to join the third front. If the parties trying a third alternative approach us we will certainly consider their proposal,” BJD MP and party’s chief strategist Pyari Mohan Mohapatra told reporters in Bhubaneswar. Mohapatra’s statement assumes significance as it came a day after CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury made it clear that the third front would include BJD in its fold if the regional outfit severed its relationship with “communal” BJP.BJP meets today in New Delhi after withdrawing support to the BJD-led government in Orissa, the BJP has convened an urgent meeting of its central officers-bearers in New Delhi on Sunday to discuss the future course of action.”The party’s central leadership will come out with an official response on the issue only after the meeting of its office-bearers tomorrow,” BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said last night.Party President Rajnath Singh will be present on the occasion.
BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani, who is out of the capital and is scheduled to address a public rally in Dehradun Sunday, is likely to rush back as soon as possible.

SP Congress alliance in mess

Maya coming to power with more than fifty seats haunts both SP and Congress:The former lose hold in UP and laters chance to form federal government remain bleak: Duo realise that if Maya wins 50 Lok Sabha seats, there will be no stopping her to be center of power in the centre.Friday happens to be unholy for prepoll tie between SP and Congress:SP leader Amar Singh announcing alliance fell apart with the Congress after their unilateral announcement of 24 candidates:

Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi met her party colleagues to thrash out the haze which has culminated after beakdown of their prepoll alliance.Digvijay is in hopes that SP to keep the live wire intact for the betterment of two political outfit:

Congress feels that Farrukhabad, Rampur, Pratapgarh, Padrauna, Fatehpur Sikri constituencies where friendly contest is possibility but SP is not in favour.

SP in line to leave not more than 17 seats for the Congress which in turn wants to contest nearly 24 seats.SP has already announced its candidates for 63 seats and congress going on air announcing 24 seats in UP state which has only 80 Parliamentary seats to contest.

Seven overlapping seats on which the two parties are unable to come to terms has ignited the two big names in UP to contest with either to forgo and keep the alliance intact with loss of seven or to dismatle the total adjustment arrangments opt for total loss.

SP Leader Amar Singh mingling with NCP chief Sharad Pawar swiftly extending renewed talks with NCP. Amar Singh met NCP chief Sharad Pawar giving last bid effort for pre and post possibility of formation of a possible alliance minus Congress probalities in forming federal government.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Sensex gains to support IT sector at lower levels

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Sensex gains to support IT sector at lower levels

2009-03-06 13:40:19 - Sensex recovered by 49 points after a weak opening on emergence of buying by funds in fundamentally strong stocks.

Bombay Stock Exchange barometer, which had lost over 150 points at the outset, was trading higher by 49 points at 8,246.92 at 1200 hrs with most of the banking and capital goods shares posting smart gains.

Sensex, after making forty month bottom in the yesterday day trading, was in flux with safe and selected buying by investors and institutions led इन IT sector shares market gained support lower levels before ending with a gain of 127.90 points to 8,325.82 and Nifty of the NSE rose by 43.45 points to 2,620.15. Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex on Friday closed nearly 128 points higher on funds buying blue-chips led by software exporters.Meanwhile, wide-based National Stock Exchange's index, Nifty, rose by 15.10 points to 2,591.80.

Analyst said the market turned green as investors purchased fundamentally strong shares available at attractive low levels. Sustained heavy selling in last two trading sessions pulled down the market to a 40-month low level.IT sector index gained the most by rising 3.05 per cent to 2,072.32, led by a steep rise in Infosys, a heaviest on the index.Infosys, the second-largest software exporter, gained 3.08 per cent to Rs 1,219.20 as the rupee headed for its third weekly drop.

Tata Consultancy Services, the largest, added 3.84 per cent to Rs 480.80, and Wipro, the third-biggest, by 3.37 per cent to Rs 213.20.Over 50 per cent revenue of the Indian software companies comes from the US markets.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

CEC appointment in controversy

CEC appointment in controversy 2009-03-05 06:21:36 - BJP with tough words for appointment of Navin Chawal as next CEC is beginning of new debate on keeping touch the sovereignty within institution of constitution:"The appointment of Navin Chawla is an affront to the Indian democracy. It is unfortunate that he has now been appointed as the Chief Election Commissioner," party general secretary Arun Jaitley told reporters here on Wednesday. Chawla comes to this office with a whole baggage of history of his past and recent conduct,."The onus on him to show that he is politically not attached (to Congress) is going to be very heavy. We will continue to watch the situation very closely," Jaitley said.

Election Commissioner Mr Navin Chawla to take over as the next Chief Election Commissioner on 20th April, due to his seniroity and thereby succeeding Mr N Gopalaswami who retires on that day.President Mrs Pratibha Devisingh Patil has approved the name of Mr Chawla for the post. Mr Chawla, an IAS officer of the 1969 batch, will hold charge till 29th
of July, 2010 when he will attain the age of 65 years.With the name of his appointment the NDA-BJP has raised their displeasure for his intend to freeze the BJP symbol in geight of CD controversy:

The elevation of Mr Chawla comes after a controversy triggered by Mr Gopalaswami's recommendation to the President for his removal from office for alleged partisan functioning.

Mr Chawla has been elevated to CEC's post on the advice of the government which had rejected Mr Gopalaswami's plea for his removal, saying there was no merit in the allegations against the Election Commissioner. Mr Chawla in continuance as Election Commissioner has been challenged in the Supreme Court. Supreme court bench headed by Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan has decided to hear petition seeking a direction for implementation of recommendations of Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswamy for his removal and the petition filed by the United Communist Party of India, on the 20th March 2009.

The appointment of Mr Navin Chawla as the next Chief Election Commissioner, has been descibed by the BJP as unfortunate. BJP leader Mr. Arun Jaitely alleged that political parties have questioned Mr. Chawla's impartiality to hold a Constitutional post.

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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Lok Sabha polls in five phases

The constitution of the 15th Lok Sabha is in process with EC annoucing the schedule the poll panel said a total of 714 million electorate will cast their votes on 16th 23rd, 30th April and 7th and 13th May to elect the 543-member House.Counting of votes will take place on 16th May, Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswami, flanked by Election Commissioners Navin Chawla and S Y Quraishi, announced at a press conference at New Delhi on Monday.

Uttar Pradesh, which has the maximum of 80 seats, and Jammu and Kashmir will have five-phase polls while Bihar will go to polls in four stages.Maharashtra and West Bengal will have three phased polls, while Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Orissa and Punjab will have voting in two stages.
The remaining 15 states and seven union territories will have one-day poll, he said.
Assembly elections to Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Sikkim will also be held along with the Lok Sabha polls.The elections will be held for the first time in the redrawn constituencies.
Fifteenth Lok Sabha is required to be constituted before the 2nd June 2009.

The following is the polling schedule for states announced by Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswami on Monday.
Phase 1
16th April- Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Andaman and Nicobar Island, Lakshadweep.
Phase 2
23rd April- Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Goa, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Orissa, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand.
Phase 3
30th April- Bihar, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Dadar and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.
Phase 4
7th May- Bihar, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Delhi.
Phase 5
13th May- Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Chandigargh and Puducherry.
11 ‘General’ Lok Sabha seats become ‘Reserved’The category of as many as 11 Lok Sabha constituencies have undergone change from General to Reserve in the coming parliamentary elections following redrawing of seats.
Of the 543 total seats, 84 have been reserved for Scheduled Castes — an increase of five seats over 2004 elections, Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalawami said at a press conference at new Delhi on Monday.
Similarly, 47 constituencies have been earmarked for Scheduled Tribes category — an increase of six seats, he said.
Model code of conduct has come into force with immediate effect, the CEC said.

The upcoming polls will also witness for the first time use of photo electoral rolls in 522 out of the 543 constituencies.At least 71.4 crore voters will be eligible to elect the next Lok Sabha, an increase of 4.3 crore over the last general elections in 2004.A massive deployment of 40 lakh civil personnel and 21 lakh police personnel will be made for the smooth conduct of elections.