Friday, February 28, 2020

[IAC#RG] Fw: WILL SUPREME COURT JUSTICE ARUN MISHRA BE ANOTHER P. SATHASIVAM?

Fully endorse.

I personally feel the same should apply to our
top Heads of Army, Navy & Airforce and other para...
forces as NOT TO appt. them as Governors of States,
Ambassadors to foreign countries, e.t.c.

JAI HIND!!!

AMARIA, BOMAN E.
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Subject: [IAC#RG] WILL SUPREME COURT JUSTICE ARUN MISHRA BE ANOTHER P. SATHASIVAM?

The loyalty of every Judge in our country has to be only to the very sacred Constitution of India. The recent eulogizing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by Supreme Court Judge Arun Mishra was totally uncalled for an in utter bad taste. Justice Mishra who is due to retire on 2nd September went well overboard. . We all saw how then Chief Justice of India P. Sathasivam who within weeks of his retirement was rewarded by Narendra Modi with an appointment on 31st August 2014 as the Governor of Kerala.   

As a desperate BJP wants to overpower the Judiciary too, there is a very disturbing disquiet over the slippery slope on which judicial values are slithering. With Narendra Modi all out to corrode and corrupt even the Independence of the Judiciary, to ensure the highest standards of judicial independence and to ward off even the faintest trace of governmental influence on the judiciary, there needs to be at least a two year "cooling off period" for retiring judges before they accept any post retirement posting.

As judicial independence of Judges rests entirely on maintaining an incorruptible detachment from the government of the day, it cannot be allowed to be morally compromised by lobbying for cushy post-retirement sinecure postings. We have witnessed instances where Judges have fixed their retirement nests much prior to even demitting office.

In times when the Indian Judiciary is passing through a very turbulent phase, this "jobs-for-the-judges" syndrome could place judges potentially open to governmental influence leaving scope for "pre-retirement judgments" being predisposed by the craving of a "post-retirement job".

A former Chief Justice of India Justice R M Lodha led by example that judges should not take any constitutional or other position at least two years after demitting office. The Constitution of India is very clear on the distinct roles of the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. It envisages a free, fair and independent Judiciary. The highest standards of judicial independence must be ensured by warding off even the faintest trace of governmental influence on the judiciary.

The demand to keep Supreme Court and High Court Judges away from immediately taking such post retirement benefits becomes the need of the hour and will thus ensure that those about to retire do not run behind those in the establishment thus giving a death knell to the independence of the judiciary. There is a need of concerted efforts towards propping up highest standards of judicial accountability.

The Judiciary should never be manned by persons who are tilted or aligned to any political party. Judges should have the spine to crack on illegalities done by all politicians, regardless of how high positions they hold. It has to be ensured that judicial accountability is maintained at all times with every Judge conforming to the highest standards of uprightness and integrity. If Judges cannot independently balance the scales of Justice, the Temples of Justice become pointless ending up as dens of chicanery and jugglery. 

 


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Re: [IAC#RG] WILL SUPREME COURT JUSTICE ARUN MISHRA BE ANOTHER P. SATHASIVAM?

Dear Advocate Rodrigues

Not all of us are as educated or erudite as you seem to be, however, my short comments after reading all your eloquence is that apparently you mistakenly believe

1) that India is a democracy
2) that India has a Constitution and Constitutional setup which is functioning for the citizens.

Please wake up and smell the coffee.
This is the new Democratic People's Republik of Hindutva, and if you don't like it then you are either free to go to anywhere or to any other country which will have you or free to pick up the gun and fight for your own interests against those of your oppressor(s).

Sarbajit Roy

On Fri, Feb 28, 2020 at 5:38 PM Aires Rodrigues <indiaresists@lists.riseup.net> wrote:

The loyalty of every Judge in our country has to be only to the very sacred Constitution of India. The recent eulogizing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by Supreme Court Judge Arun Mishra was totally uncalled for an in utter bad taste. Justice Mishra who is due to retire on 2nd September went well overboard. . We all saw how then Chief Justice of India P. Sathasivam who within weeks of his retirement was rewarded by Narendra Modi with an appointment on 31st August 2014 as the Governor of Kerala.   

As a desperate BJP wants to overpower the Judiciary too, there is a very disturbing disquiet over the slippery slope on which judicial values are slithering. With Narendra Modi all out to corrode and corrupt even the Independence of the Judiciary, to ensure the highest standards of judicial independence and to ward off even the faintest trace of governmental influence on the judiciary, there needs to be at least a two year "cooling off period" for retiring judges before they accept any post retirement posting.

As judicial independence of Judges rests entirely on maintaining an incorruptible detachment from the government of the day, it cannot be allowed to be morally compromised by lobbying for cushy post-retirement sinecure postings. We have witnessed instances where Judges have fixed their retirement nests much prior to even demitting office.

In times when the Indian Judiciary is passing through a very turbulent phase, this "jobs-for-the-judges" syndrome could place judges potentially open to governmental influence leaving scope for "pre-retirement judgments" being predisposed by the craving of a "post-retirement job".

A former Chief Justice of India Justice R M Lodha led by example that judges should not take any constitutional or other position at least two years after demitting office. The Constitution of India is very clear on the distinct roles of the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. It envisages a free, fair and independent Judiciary. The highest standards of judicial independence must be ensured by warding off even the faintest trace of governmental influence on the judiciary.

The demand to keep Supreme Court and High Court Judges away from immediately taking such post retirement benefits becomes the need of the hour and will thus ensure that those about to retire do not run behind those in the establishment thus giving a death knell to the independence of the judiciary. There is a need of concerted efforts towards propping up highest standards of judicial accountability.

The Judiciary should never be manned by persons who are tilted or aligned to any political party. Judges should have the spine to crack on illegalities done by all politicians, regardless of how high positions they hold. It has to be ensured that judicial accountability is maintained at all times with every Judge conforming to the highest standards of uprightness and integrity. If Judges cannot independently balance the scales of Justice, the Temples of Justice become pointless ending up as dens of chicanery and jugglery. 

 


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Thursday, February 27, 2020

[IAC#RG] WILL SUPREME COURT JUSTICE ARUN MISHRA BE ANOTHER P. SATHASIVAM?

The loyalty of every Judge in our country has to be only to the very sacred Constitution of India. The recent eulogizing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by Supreme Court Judge Arun Mishra was totally uncalled for an in utter bad taste. Justice Mishra who is due to retire on 2nd September went well overboard. . We all saw how then Chief Justice of India P. Sathasivam who within weeks of his retirement was rewarded by Narendra Modi with an appointment on 31st August 2014 as the Governor of Kerala.   

As a desperate BJP wants to overpower the Judiciary too, there is a very disturbing disquiet over the slippery slope on which judicial values are slithering. With Narendra Modi all out to corrode and corrupt even the Independence of the Judiciary, to ensure the highest standards of judicial independence and to ward off even the faintest trace of governmental influence on the judiciary, there needs to be at least a two year "cooling off period" for retiring judges before they accept any post retirement posting.

As judicial independence of Judges rests entirely on maintaining an incorruptible detachment from the government of the day, it cannot be allowed to be morally compromised by lobbying for cushy post-retirement sinecure postings. We have witnessed instances where Judges have fixed their retirement nests much prior to even demitting office.

In times when the Indian Judiciary is passing through a very turbulent phase, this "jobs-for-the-judges" syndrome could place judges potentially open to governmental influence leaving scope for "pre-retirement judgments" being predisposed by the craving of a "post-retirement job".

A former Chief Justice of India Justice R M Lodha led by example that judges should not take any constitutional or other position at least two years after demitting office. The Constitution of India is very clear on the distinct roles of the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary. It envisages a free, fair and independent Judiciary. The highest standards of judicial independence must be ensured by warding off even the faintest trace of governmental influence on the judiciary.

The demand to keep Supreme Court and High Court Judges away from immediately taking such post retirement benefits becomes the need of the hour and will thus ensure that those about to retire do not run behind those in the establishment thus giving a death knell to the independence of the judiciary. There is a need of concerted efforts towards propping up highest standards of judicial accountability.

The Judiciary should never be manned by persons who are tilted or aligned to any political party. Judges should have the spine to crack on illegalities done by all politicians, regardless of how high positions they hold. It has to be ensured that judicial accountability is maintained at all times with every Judge conforming to the highest standards of uprightness and integrity. If Judges cannot independently balance the scales of Justice, the Temples of Justice become pointless ending up as dens of chicanery and jugglery. 

 


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Re: [IAC#RG] HOW TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

A clever transgression from the issue that has broken an artery of Delhi society. 

R.N.Malhotra 

On Thursday, February 27, 2020, 12:22:59 PM GMT+5:30, Sarbajit Roy <indiaresists@lists.riseup.net> wrote:


Dear Mr. Venkatraman

I think it is FACTUALLY INCORRECT to say that "Islamic group" have been agitating against CAA.
The truth is that HINDU GROUPS are also and equally agitating against CAA, albeit for different reasons.

For Hindus we proclaim,
Firstly, partition took place in 1947 and the Citizenship laws of India and Pakistan followed a few years later.
Secondly, India has absorbed enough Muslims, Buddhists and atheists from Tibet, Burma, Afghanistan and Bangladesh as refugees since then.

As we have also said consistently, since day 1 of this list, AAP and BJP are 2 sides of the same USA sponsored coin. It is an open secret that AAP won in Delhi 2020 because of a tacit understanding with BJP. It is for Arvind Kejriwal to explain how motivated agitators like Kapil Mishra (who comes from an RSS family as does Kejriwal, Sisodia etc.) was a cabinet minister in his AAP government.

What we at IAC really ought to be looking at is why INDIA is sucking up to USA and awarding big-ticket deals to them at highly inflated prices. Are we to be the next "designed in USA" failed fundamentalist US client-state-nation like Pakistan and Iran who all had US backed dictators to purchase the output of US arms manufacturers ?

I remind you, that we PROUD HINDUS (not ashamed to say who we are) are still to see any 50% countervailing export from Anil Ambani group ( which has just declared BANKRUPTCY) in overpriced RAFALE deal. As HINDUS we are concerned that MODI (bania OBC) and AMIT SHAH (Jain posing as Hindu) 2nd. EAST INDIA COMPANY  have converted HINDUSTAN into dumping ground of consumers for US MNCs like AMAZON, WALMART, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, if this is not overseas 2nd EAST INDIA COMPANY Government then we don't know what is.

Modi welcoming Trump is like visit of George punchum in 1911 to be crowned Emperor of India.

Finally, do you really want Yogi Adityanath (or Arvind Kejriwal) as India's next Prime Minister ?

Sarbajit Roy

On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 8:44 AM Venkatraman Ns <indiaresists@lists.riseup.net> wrote:

To

India Against Corruption

                                                                      HOW  TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

 

For the last several days, some members of the Islamic group have been agitating against CAA. Now they are blocking roads in Delhi, Chennai and other places, though the government has assured that CAA would not affect any citizen of India and judiciary have banned such road blocking protests .

But, the agitators are determined  to continue with road blockade. Obviously, they want to create a law and order situation, so that the government will forcibly remove them which will lead to stone throwing, violence, lathi charge and may even be firing. 

Probably, the agitators want to create a situation where  India will look like a disturbed country and draw the attention of the world and discredit the government. Of course, some Islamic countries and some opposition parties in India will call the government action as suppression of freedom and minority oppression.

Can anyone tell me how the government of India should deal with this situation.? So far, government of India has been extremely patient and silently watching. How long can this continue ?


N.S.Venkataraman

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Re: [IAC#RG] HOW TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

Dear Mr. Venkatraman

I think it is FACTUALLY INCORRECT to say that "Islamic group" have been agitating against CAA.
The truth is that HINDU GROUPS are also and equally agitating against CAA, albeit for different reasons.

For Hindus we proclaim,
Firstly, partition took place in 1947 and the Citizenship laws of India and Pakistan followed a few years later.
Secondly, India has absorbed enough Muslims, Buddhists and atheists from Tibet, Burma, Afghanistan and Bangladesh as refugees since then.

As we have also said consistently, since day 1 of this list, AAP and BJP are 2 sides of the same USA sponsored coin. It is an open secret that AAP won in Delhi 2020 because of a tacit understanding with BJP. It is for Arvind Kejriwal to explain how motivated agitators like Kapil Mishra (who comes from an RSS family as does Kejriwal, Sisodia etc.) was a cabinet minister in his AAP government.

What we at IAC really ought to be looking at is why INDIA is sucking up to USA and awarding big-ticket deals to them at highly inflated prices. Are we to be the next "designed in USA" failed fundamentalist US client-state-nation like Pakistan and Iran who all had US backed dictators to purchase the output of US arms manufacturers ?

I remind you, that we PROUD HINDUS (not ashamed to say who we are) are still to see any 50% countervailing export from Anil Ambani group ( which has just declared BANKRUPTCY) in overpriced RAFALE deal. As HINDUS we are concerned that MODI (bania OBC) and AMIT SHAH (Jain posing as Hindu) 2nd. EAST INDIA COMPANY  have converted HINDUSTAN into dumping ground of consumers for US MNCs like AMAZON, WALMART, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, if this is not overseas 2nd EAST INDIA COMPANY Government then we don't know what is.

Modi welcoming Trump is like visit of George punchum in 1911 to be crowned Emperor of India.

Finally, do you really want Yogi Adityanath (or Arvind Kejriwal) as India's next Prime Minister ?

Sarbajit Roy

On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 8:44 AM Venkatraman Ns <indiaresists@lists.riseup.net> wrote:

To

India Against Corruption

                                                                      HOW  TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

 

For the last several days, some members of the Islamic group have been agitating against CAA. Now they are blocking roads in Delhi, Chennai and other places, though the government has assured that CAA would not affect any citizen of India and judiciary have banned such road blocking protests .

But, the agitators are determined  to continue with road blockade. Obviously, they want to create a law and order situation, so that the government will forcibly remove them which will lead to stone throwing, violence, lathi charge and may even be firing. 

Probably, the agitators want to create a situation where  India will look like a disturbed country and draw the attention of the world and discredit the government. Of course, some Islamic countries and some opposition parties in India will call the government action as suppression of freedom and minority oppression.

Can anyone tell me how the government of India should deal with this situation.? So far, government of India has been extremely patient and silently watching. How long can this continue ?


N.S.Venkataraman

Re: [IAC#RG] HOW TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

The government and government alone has to be blamed for the developed and developing situation in the country, first, for creating a fear psychosis in the people and then confusing and confounding the matters by adding the NPR and NRC and what more by conflicting statements by different ministers at variance with one another. The introduction of the CAA is ill-timed and ill-advised. A misplaced priority. A misadventure altogether. The government should have completed their homework in Assam in finding the illegal immigrants and then moved on to other states. But not so. The government in a tearing hurry, probably with an eye on the elections in Delhi and elsewhere, hurried down the slide in spreading the CAA scaremongering to the rest of India that smacked of a war cry, unmindful of the resultant backlash which is history now. There is no need to give colors to any legislation for its implementation. An adequate public consultation and consensus is all that is required of a law to get grounded which is not unknown to the lawmakers. The intention behind the lawmaking also has to be transparent and honest so as to gain currency and popularity for the legislation. When law fails on these counts, the government will have a lot of problems to enforce it that is what the situation is now. 






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On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 8:43 AM Venkatraman Ns <indiaresists@lists.riseup.net> wrote:

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India Against Corruption

                                                                      HOW  TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

 

For the last several days, some members of the Islamic group have been agitating against CAA. Now they are blocking roads in Delhi, Chennai and other places, though the government has assured that CAA would not affect any citizen of India and judiciary have banned such road blocking protests .

But, the agitators are determined  to continue with road blockade. Obviously, they want to create a law and order situation, so that the government will forcibly remove them which will lead to stone throwing, violence, lathi charge and may even be firing. 

Probably, the agitators want to create a situation where  India will look like a disturbed country and draw the attention of the world and discredit the government. Of course, some Islamic countries and some opposition parties in India will call the government action as suppression of freedom and minority oppression.

Can anyone tell me how the government of India should deal with this situation.? So far, government of India has been extremely patient and silently watching. How long can this continue ?


N.S.Venkataraman

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[IAC#RG] NEED OF ZERO TOLERANCE TO FAKE DEGREES

As government employees are paid by the State Exchequer, the public is entitled to have the best and brightest to serve them. There has to be a very robust mechanism in place to check the authenticity of educational and other certificates submitted by candidates aspiring for government jobs.  

Any political interference and manipulation in the selection of government employees is unacceptable it being very unlawful. Infact the selection, promotion and transfer of all government employees should be totally insulated from any political machinations whatsoever. It should be all strictly on merit and merit alone should be the sole criteria in the selection and appointment of every government employee to any post. Infact Ministers and MLAs should have no say whatsoever in the recruitment process and it should be left to the heads of the concerned departments to select their required manpower absolutely on merit.

Over the last few years in particular thousands have been brazenly recruited into government service with merit thrown to the winds. It has been a deceitful attempt to create a vote bank while almost all jobs have been dished away to those without merit. All this is reflecting in the functioning of the government offices with very incompetent staff having managed to creep in with the blessings of their political god fathers. The direct result of employing WHO YOU KNOW NOT WHAT YOU KNOW!

The Civil and public service must always be of the highest caliber and must always be independent of the government, defending its neutrality and impartiality and not used or abused according to the whims of the political bosses. This is vital for good governance if the public who are the real paymasters are to have any faith and trust in the civil service and feel that they are getting value for money and a good return on their hard earned taxes. 


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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

[IAC#RG] HOW TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?


To

India Against Corruption

                                                                      HOW  TO DEAL WITH MOTIVATED AGITATORS AND TERRORISTS ?

 

For the last several days, some members of the Islamic group have been agitating against CAA. Now they are blocking roads in Delhi, Chennai and other places, though the government has assured that CAA would not affect any citizen of India and judiciary have banned such road blocking protests .

But, the agitators are determined  to continue with road blockade. Obviously, they want to create a law and order situation, so that the government will forcibly remove them which will lead to stone throwing, violence, lathi charge and may even be firing. 

Probably, the agitators want to create a situation where  India will look like a disturbed country and draw the attention of the world and discredit the government. Of course, some Islamic countries and some opposition parties in India will call the government action as suppression of freedom and minority oppression.

Can anyone tell me how the government of India should deal with this situation.? So far, government of India has been extremely patient and silently watching. How long can this continue ?


N.S.Venkataraman

Sunday, February 16, 2020

[IAC#RG] GROSS TRAFFIC MISMANGEMENT

Despite our Supreme Court having clearly ruled time and again that public roads cannot be closed even for the movement of VVIP vehicles, the traffic mayhem witnessed in and around Panaji over the weekend on account of the visit by Portugal's President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa is highly condemnable. Every visiting dignitary must be given a warm welcome but not at the cost of disrupting the traffic. 

The authorities were required to ensure that the free flow of vehicular traffic was not obstructed or blocked. It was sheer incompetency by the traffic regulating authorities that the commuting public were put to great inconvenience and traffic chaos all over while the traffic police miserably failed in controlling the mess. Such disruption of normal life is absolutely impermissible and unpardonable. Even the visiting President of Portugal would have not liked it.

May be its high time that our RTO and Traffic officials who currently have the expertise in only prosecuting the common men and women for minor traffic violations, are now professionally trained on proper traffic management. There is no reason why a well thought out plan cannot be put in place to execute for every visiting dignitary and major event in the state rather than people being needlessly inconvenienced through a gridlocked capital and State due to the pathetic  failures and negligence by the authorities.  


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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

[IAC#RG] Delhi elections

HOW AAP WON 2020 DELHI ELECTIONS! 

                                By Amaresh Misra 

AAP has won 2020 Delhi elections. Credit must go to Arvind Kejriwal, his tactical moves, and his team's work on the ground. 

However, figures reveal a startling picture. In fact, BJP's initial euphoria about winning was not misplaced. 

BJP knew that through vicious polarization, they had managed to dent, at least 6-8% of AAP vote. In case Congress polled 9% plus, as it did in 2015, BJP's 40% (32+8) and AAP's 48-46% would have seen extremely tight contests and a hung assembly, in Delhi. Confident of Congress retaining its vote share, BJP was looking at a scenario where AAP is brought back to its 2013 tally and BJP forms a minority Government. 

Let's revisit the statistics: in 2015, AAP won 67 seats with a vote share of 54.3 %. BJP got 32.3 (3 seats) and Congress 9.7% (0 seats) votes. 

In 2020, AAP won 62 seats. Its vote share dipped to 53.5%--a loss of nearly, 1 %. 

The BJP vote share is 38.5%--a jump of nearly 7 %! The ruling national party got 8 seats. 

Now, if AAP has lost just 1%, from where is the BJP jump coming from? 

This time, Congress polled 4.2% vote, a loss of more than 5% from its 2015 performance. 

So, did the 5% Congress vote shift to BJP? 

Seems so--but, if the fall of exactly 5% in Congress' vote share is seen, broadly, as the 5% Muslim vote, then the scenario stands altered. In the latter case, AAP's vote was actually came down from 54% in 2015, to 48% in 2020--a drop of 6%! And it is the shifting of Congress' Muslim 5% vote, that made AAP reach 53%! 

Another inference--in the altered scenario, the 6% vote share AAP was losing, went to the BJP! 

So, ultimately, while AAP ignored Shaheen Bagh and the happenings in Jamia, it is the shifting of Muslim vote from Congress to AAP, that played the critical and decisive role in AAP's victory. 


Sunday, January 12, 2020

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Saturday, January 4, 2020

Re: [IAC#RG] Mr. MODI ON RIGHT TRACK –NEED CREDIBLE SPOKESPERSONS

Dear Rajveer

Happy to see there is at least 1 person on this forum who understands problems caused to small industry and service sector by the actions of this government. We have too many "ultra-nationalist" retired parasite babus and IESMs posting here who have no idea of GROUND REALITIES and the extreme hardships caused to "small people" caused by foreign imposed policies designed to wipe out UNORGANISED / INFORMAL sector to please their overseas masters.

Small people and artisans who once created goods are now reduced to working as coolies, packers and transportation delivery boys in a economic East India Co. regime where US MNCs like Amazon, Flipkart, Google etc use the internet to dump cheap CHINESE goods over here. The only jobs being created for youth are as UBER drivers (working15 hours a day under slave like conditions) or as battery rickshaw drivers clogging up the streets of Indian cities on their Chinese made (assembly kitted out in India) unsafe and rickety motor vehicles.

The old economy jobs in IT are being phased out due to Modi's best friend (Trump) shutting his entry gates. HOWDY MODI - kem cho Trump? TCS laid off 18% of its work force last and plans to do a similar number this year. The Digital dream is fast failing. Youth only understands one thing today - JOBS JOBS and PLACEMENTS to pay off the education loans taken for India's increasingly worthless education degrees. At every corner you turn there is a "University" handing out worthless (but expensive) degrees to seekers of Government jobs.

All that Modi seems capable of delivering, is yet another well timed series of riots and lynchings "on-demand' whenever the publicity goes against him, With even hard core Hindu outfits like Sena distancing from RSS divisive and polarising tactics and BJP losing in State after State, it seems only a matter of time for the UNITY and INTEGRITY of this nation being shredded if this government continues its irrational policies and CORRUPT actions.

On Sat, Jan 4, 2020 at 11:50 AM rajveer singh <rajveers@hotmail.com> wrote:
Dear Friends,

There is no argument in the mail written by Mr. Ventatraman. I am woking with the industrial sector and situation is much worse than what is explained by Mr. Dalvi. I will give one example.  Craft sector business has completely wiped out . The direct sales by small producers to states other than their own states has declined significantly. Since most of the weaver do not have GST registration they are force to sell to local traders at an exploitative prices as you can sell interstate products with out a GST number. Most such artisans are now looking for jobs or working under government scheme.
Similarly their so many discrepancies in GST itself which destroyed the very objective of cascading effect.

Small retailers are highly impacted by demonetisation , their profit margin have declined due to low sales and increased inventories. Which is impacting again on  demand . So in net-shell- Your exports are lowest, your imports are lowest, your manufacturing and agriculture growth is lowest and ultimately Jobs and GDP in the economy is at the  lowest.

It shameful for the government to divert the attention of the people to insignificant issues. There are people basking in the glory of Ram mandir and Art 370 steps. 
 
My submission to friends is to focus on the core issues for future generations and speak to Modi government on job creation and better economic growth.


Regards



On 03-Jan-2020, at 12:23 PM, CA Chitranjan Bharadia <chitranjan@bharadiamaheshwari.com> wrote:

What Mr Venkatraman has told is absolutely correct, but anti-Modi persons and some media will not understand it, it think that they have their own agenda which is supported by those people who hate India. There are various people like us, who support modi and will support, as he is the man after 60 years, who is doing good for India, for which no one will understand as since many years, what we are seeing, has been stored we all are part of corruption, slow down economy, education, reservation, caste issue etc etc, as we can't see beyond such issue, as we grown-up by seeing all these...
 
Anyway we hope that time will come and people will see what is correct or what not ?
 
Thanks with Best Regards
 
Chitranjan Bharadia