Monday, September 30, 2013

लालू की खुराक

September 30, 2013


200 करोड़ का चारा डकारने वाले लालू यादव इस बात से चिंतित हैं कि जेल मे वे खाएँगे क्या। सुनने मे आया है कि राँची के बिरसा मुंडा जेल के कैदी घबराए हुए हैं कि कहीं लालू उनका चारा ना खा जाएँ। लालू की खुराक के बारे मे सुनकर जेलर साहब भी कांप रहे हैं कि कहीं लालू कैदियों को ही ना खा जाएँ। उन्होने सिपाहियों को भी ताकीद कर दी है कि लालू के आस-पास ना दिखें वरना उनका ग्रस बनने का डर है। जेलर साहब स्वयं लालू से मिलने से कतरा रहे हैं।

मनमोहन की शरीफ सलाह

September 30

ना(पाक) प्रधानकंत्री नवाज शरीफ ने जब भारत के प्रधानमंत्री मनमोहन सिंह (अब गाय) को जब देहाती महिला कहा तो मनमोहन ने प्रतिक्रिया दी - 'यार 80 का मैं हो गया हूँ और दिखाई कम इस बदमाश (शरीफ) को देता है। अरे पीठ मे छुरा भोंकने वाले धोखेबाज देश के पुराने पापी, मैं स्त्री-पुरुष जैसे साधारण मानवों से उपर उठ चुका हूँ। तुम अपनी आँख का इलाज कराने छत्तीसगढ़ चल दो, वहाँ सरकारी नेत्र शिविरों मे शत-प्रतिशत परिणाम आते हैं।

Saturday, September 28, 2013

रविशंकर की इच्छा

September 28, 2013

श्री श्री रविशंकर ने छत्तीसगढ़ मे दो महत्वपूर्ण बातें कही - नक्सली यदि आध्यात्म का मार्ग अपनाएँ तो सुधर सकते हैं, तथा वे (अर्थात स्वयं श्री श्री रविशंकर) मध्यस्थ के रूप मे माओवादियों से बात करने के लिए तैयार हैं। सरकार को तुरंत हामी भर देना चाहिए और रविशंकर को बस्तर के घने जंगलों मे घूम-घूमकर शिविर लगाने की अनुमति दे देना चाहिए। अरे भई, जब नाना प्रकार के प्रयास करने के बाद भी नक्सली नाक मे दम किए बैठे हैं तो एक प्रयास रविशंकर को करने दें। क्या पता, परिणाम सुखद मिले..

Friday, September 27, 2013

Ineligible organisation gets contract, NSUI opposes

Raipur, September 27, 2013

With its demand to revoke contract given to an organisation terming it ineligible for the purpose, the NSUI gheraoed tribal development department and submitted a memorandum to department’s additional director Sharda Verma on Friday.

The NSUI’s Raipur district president Pradeep Sahu said the department violated all the norms to give contract to one UICT imparting computer training to tribal students.

“The contract was awarded through bidding process. To obtain the contract, a bidder was supposed to have an annual turnover of Rs one crore, but the UICT fails to meet this requisite. Besides, the registration year of this organisation was changed from 2009 to 2008 through manipulations,” Sahu said.

He alleged that the tender was awarded to UICT because one of its partners Lalit Goel was representative of BJP MLA from Bhatgaon Rajni Tripathi. “All the tenders have been awarded to BJPians or their closer ones in past ten years,” he added.

He cautioned tribal development department of launching aggressive protest movement against it if the tender would not be cancelled.

Cong alleges of irregularities in cycle distribution

Raipur, September 27, 2013

Alleging irregularities in bicycle and sewing machine distribution to beneficiaries of non-institutional sector, a delegation of Congress members on Friday submitted a memorandum to labour minister Chandrashekhar Sahu.

The delegation charged that the department was violating rules while distributing cycles and sewing machines. The benefit is being given to those who are close to BJP leaders while the deserving beneficiaries are still waiting for their turn, it said.

The delegation further pointed that the given time period to distribute cycles and sewing machines were not sufficient and date should be extended. It warned the minister of taking the matter to streets if its demanded would be ignored.

The delegation was comprised of PCC’s non-institutional sector grievance redressal cell president Dilip Singh Chouhan and others.


Rahul gave voice to common man’s sufferings: Cong

Raipur, September 27, 2013

State Congress on Friday said its national vice president Rahul Gandhi gave voice to common man’s sufferings during Bastar rally on September 26. 

Claiming the rally as the biggest in Bastar division by any political party in last ten years, PCC spokesperson Sushil Anand Shukla said the massive gathering entailed public ire against incumbent BJP government and of course Gandhi factor. 

“After Gandhi’s Bastar rally, the wind of change has turned into storm in state,” he added.



CM says development authorities removed regional imbalance

Raipur, September 26, 2013

Chief minister Raman Singh says that the state’s four development authorities have played vital role in removing regional imbalance. These authorities are strong medium to hold a dialogue between the government and public representatives and come up with effective decision pertaining to development, he adds. Singh was speaking during review meeting of Bastar & southern region, Sarguja & northern region, scheduled caste and Chhattisgarh state rural regional development authorities at Naya Raipur-based mantralaya (Mahanadi Bhawan) on Thursday.

“We constituted these authorities as an experiment and succeeded in our objective. The government will carry several development works through these authorities in coming years,” he said.

“The government has taken several historical decisions, including establishment of medical colleges in Jagdalpur and Raigarh, through this forum,” he said by adding that the officials would now have to expedite process of establishing new government medical college in Ambikapur.

He further instructed officials ensure that national mineral development corporation (NMDC) resolves pending cases of compensation of displaced families in Nagarnar in one month. Under compensation, the corporation is supposed to give job to at least one member each of the displaced families. Presently, 198 families have not received compensation from NMDC.

In the meeting, it was also decided to hand over operations of fair price shops in 27 villages in Orchha (Aboojhmaad) under Narayanpur district to Ramkrishna Mission Ashram.

Cong to lock fair price shops devoid of stock

Raipur, September 26, 2013

Congress has decided to lock fair price shops with no stock. This connection, a delegation of Congress workers led by DCC Raipur Urban president Vikas Upadhyay on Thursday submitted memorandum to Raipur collector Siddhartha Komal Pardeshi.

Holding the government responsible for issuing ration cards more than actual number of beneficiaries, Upadhyay said eventually the genuine cardholders were not receiving their share of quota.

He said the Congress, along with cardholders, would gherao chief minister and food minister if district administration fails to provide adequate stock to fair price shops. He also warned of hampering CM’s programmes in capital city.

On the occasion, Upadhyay was accompanied by Vimal Gupta, Aziz Bhinsara, Mohammad Ismail, Musheer, Amit Sharma, Mohammad Tarik Khan, Sunil Bhuwal, Suresh Thakur, etc.



Cong hails formation of seventh pay commission

Raipur, September 26, 2013

PCC president Charandas Mahant and CLP leader Ravindra Choubey have hailed centre’s decision to constitute seventh pay commission and said about 80 lakh employees and pensioners would get benefited by it.



YC to reach every booth

Raipur, September 26, 2013

Under Congress’ ward chalo abhiyan, the YC has decided to reach every booth and intensify party activities.

Under the drive, the YC’s Raipur North assembly president Sheikh Musheer appointed organisation’s team of five office-bearers each in every booth of Shaheed Veer Narayan ward on Thursday.

Musheer informed that each of the team members would receive identity card according to instructions of high command.

Later the YC members led by Musheer reached door-to-door in the ward and informed people about Central schemes.



Cong revokes Santi Chawla’s expulsion

Raipur, September 26, 2013

Congress has revoked expulsion of its former worker Santi Chawla. Congress disciplinary committee convenor Ramesh Warlyani had recently recommended PCC chief Charandas Mahant regarding revocation of Chawla’s expulsion. Chawla has been asked to follow party’s policies and principles and work for its unity.



Jogi seeks clarification from govt for no probe on graft case

Raipur, September 25, 2013

Congress legislator Ajit Jogi has sought explanation from state government for deciding not to conduct probe into Rs 60000 crore-furniture scam despite chief secretary Sunil Kumar himself recommending for it after his name was dragged in the matter.

“There must be something fishy about the matter, therefore Kumar urged chief minister Raman Singh through a letter to hand over the case to CBI,” Jogi said.

“The government cannot just rub its hands by telling that the matter had been sorted out. The people want the government to disclose the names of responsible people behind furniture scam and reason for its refusal to conduct investigation into the matter by high-level agency,” he added.

CM trying to cover the scam

Alleging that the CM was trying to cover the scam, the PCC spokesperson Sushil Anand Shukla said the fight for share of graft collection in last ten years was surfacing in such an ugly manner. 

“The standoff between state ministers and administrative officials on corruption is really a serious issue. The minister neither trusts his department’s officials nor the CS. The officials, in suppressed voice, are alleging that the minister is mounting undue pressure on them,” he said.

“When the CS has shown courage to face CBI inquiry then why the CM is hesitant in roping in the central agency? Besides furniture scam, the CM should ask the CBI to also inquire into mines and power scams,” he said.




Mahila Cong prez Shobha Ojha arriving on Sept 30

Raipur, September 25, 2013

The national president of Mahila Congress Shobha Ojha will arrive in state capital at evening on September 30. 

On the same day, the organisation’s national vice president Krishna Bindu will reach Raipur in the afternoon. 

The duo will attend the organisation’s state-level conference at Korba on October 1. 

This conference will also be attended by Chhattisgarh Congress incharge BK Hariprasada, PCC chief Charandas Mahant, CLP leader Ravindra Choubey and other senior party leaders.



Hasan Khan becomes Cong media advisor

Raipur, September 25, 2013

A day after state Congress communication department’s incharge Rajendra Tiwari tendered his resignation from his post, the PCC on Wednesday appointed party leader Hasan Khan as its media advisor. 

Khan has been Congress mouthpiece in the past. With Tiwari quitting from his post, Khan go elevation for his proximity with PCC chief Charandas Mahant. 

Notably, Tiwari renounced the post of Congress communication incharge because he was upset with his department’s environment which he termed as “adverse and inappropriate to work transparently”.



Rahul to attend tribal conference in Bastar today

Raipur, September 25, 2013

The Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will attend party’s tribal conference at Jagdalpur on Thursday. 

He will reach there via special plane at about 11:30 am. He will be accompanied by AICC treasurer Motilal Vora, Rajya Sabha member Mohsina Kidwai, state unit incharge BK Hariprasada. 

In slightly over two hour of his Jagdalpur stay, Gandhi will address the conference and interact with party leaders. 

Notably, while AICC spokesperson and state unit secretary incharge Bhakta Charandas, PCC chief Charandas Mahant and CLP leader Ravindra Choubey are already in Jagdalpur to oversee preparations, senior party MLA Ajit Jogi and his son Amit reached there via special chartered plane on Wednesday evening.




Mismanagement in form distribution, Cong submits memo to DIG

Raipur, September 25, 2013

A delegation of Congress leaders on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to DIG KK Gupta pertaining to mismanagement in distribution of application forms for the post of jail guards. 

The delegation said the candidates from different parts of the state were arriving in Raipur everyday to obtain application forms, but their turn did not come even in two three days. 

Meanwhile, the delegation said, the applicants were facing inconvenience at form distribution counter due to no facility of drinking water, sheds, etc. 

It said such provisions should immediately be made for the applicants as more of them would to come to Raipur till September 30. 

The delegation was comprised of Raipur North MLA Kuldeep Juneja, DCC Raipur Urban president Vikas Upadhyay, Sheikh Musheer, Vimal Gupta, Amit Sharma, Akash Tiwari, Mohammad Azhar, etc.



Residents, YC members fill potholes

Raipur, September 25, 2013

Alleging that state’s public works department (PWD) was responsible for potholes in main roads of the capital city, the residents of Maharshi Valmiki ward and Youth Congress (YC) members on Wednesday filled potholes at TM chowk in Avanti Vihar colony. 

The YC said poor road conditions of Raipur evidently indicate state government’s indifference towards public problems. 

On the occasion, the YC members Ashutosh Mishra, Lokesh Vashisth, Arnold Samuel, Amit Singh, Jassi Chawla, Rana Singh, Raja Banjare, Neeraj Tandi, Vikas, Vipin Singh, Alok Singh, etc.




NaMo, Chetan Bhagat away from reality, says Congress

Raipur, September 23, 2013

Ridiculing novelist Chetan Bhagat for his comparative remark on its national vice president Rahul Gandhi and BJP’s PM Narendra Modi, the state Congress on Monday said both Bhagat and Modi were much away from reality.

“While one exaggerates in his speeches, the other does it in his novels. It is natural that the two persons living in dream world fee connected to each other. None of the two understands public sentiments,” said PCC spokesperson Mahendra Chhabda.

Bhagat, during his day-long Chhattisgarh visit on September 22, had stated that – Modi is full of ideas while Gandhi has nothing except his mother.

Chhabda said Bhagat was flattering Modi because he was eyeing Rajya Sabha seat through BJP quota. Chhabda advised Bhagat to raise his mental level to comprehend Gandhi’s thoughts.

“Gandhi guided Centre in framing several people-oriented laws. To his credit are the laws like food security, land acquisition, MNREGA, RTI, RTE, etc. While Gandhi meets poor to bring his schemes to practical footing, Bhagat goes to five star hotels and pubs to develop thoughts for his novels,” he added.

Terming Bhagat’s identity no less than a dwarf before Gandhi’s persona, Chhabda said merely writing few novels in mediocre language, the former had started counting self among nation’s top litterateurs.

“The man, who writes on theme of pizza and burger, will never understand significance of mother, rice-dal-chapatti and employment. Ironically, Bhagat is not even known to one percent of Indian population as compared to Congress that has reached to remotest part of the country, but he arrogantly boasts that he would not hesitate in publicising Gandhi’s thoughts if the latter would have any,” Chhabda said.

Congress to organise five events from Sept 26 to Oct 3

Raipur, September 23, 2013

Congress will organise five major events from September 26 to October 3. The first event will be tribal conference at Jagdalpur on September 26. The party’s national vice president Rahul Gandhi, AICC treasurer Motilal Vora, Rajya Sabha member Mohsina Kidwai, state unit incharge BK Hariprasada, state unit’s secretary incharge Bhakta Charandas, PCC chief Charandas Mahant, CLP leader Ravindra Choubey and other senior leaders will participate in this event.

On September 29, the party will organise state-level minority conference at Gandhi maidan.

On October 1, the state-level conference of Mahila Congress will be convened at Korba. Hariprasada, national president of Mahila Congress Shobha Ojha and state leaders will attend this programme.

On October 2, the party will hold farmers’ conference in Janjgir. On the following day, the party will organise state-level tribal and farmers’ conference at Ambikapur. Hariprasada and Bhakta Charandas will attend both October 2 and 3 events.




Congress for declaratio of red alert in diarrhoea-hit districts

Raipur, September 23, 2013

Congress has asked government to instantly declare red-alert in Bastar division’s diarrhoea-hit districts and take effective measures to control the disease. 

“The death-toll due to diarrhoea epidemic in Bastar has reached to 100 while over 1000 people are still suffering from it,” said PCC spokesperson Sushil Anand Shukla. 

“In the absence of proper treatment facility, the villagers are migrating elsewhere. The condition in remote areas is worst with no doctors and medicines,” he added. 

“It is an irony that in backdrop of diarrhoea outbreak in Bastar, the health minister Amar Agrawal is celebrating his birthday. This government has crossed all limits of insensitivity,” he said.




Congress gheraoes RMC’s zone 8 office

Raipur, September 23, 2013

Congress workers led by DCC Raipur Urban president Vikas Upadhyay on Monday gheraoed Raipur municipal corporation’s (RMC) zone 8 office for failing to make adequate arrangements at its counter for cardholder beneficiaries who returned home empty-hand after waiting whole day to obtain token to receive sewing machine and bicycle gratis under government’s scheme.

“On Monday morning, the yellow cardholders of zone 8 and 9 learnt that sewing machines and bicycles will be distributed by the municipal at zone 8 office. Hence, about 1000 beneficiaries formed queue before zone 8 office but only 50 could obtain tokens for the said purpose because there were only two officials to do the job. Meanwhile, there was no facility for the people standing in queue,” said Upadhyay.

In this connection, he said, the Congress would also gherao labour department’s headoffice on Tuesday.

He said the municipal should open counter in every ward beneficiaries so that they may not face inconvenience.


Bhakta Charandas arriving today

Raipur, September 23, 2013

AICC spokesperson and Chhattisgarh Congress secretary incharge Bhakta Charandas will arrive in state capital on Tuesday. 

After a brief stay, he will proceed to Jagdalpur to oversee preparations for tribal conference to be held there on September 26. 

The programme will be prominently attended by party’s national vice president Rahul Gandhi. Charandas will remain in Jagdalpur till September 26.


Cong screening committee meet on Sept 27

Raipur, September 21, 2013

Congress screening committee meeting will be held at New Delhi on September 27. According to information, the panel head CP Joshi will discuss with PCC chief Charandas Mahant and CLP leader Ravindra Choubey over finalisation of poll candidates. In the first round of the meeting, the committee had discussed over potential poll candidates for all 90 assembly seats. 
Meanwhile, Mahant and Choubey reached New Delhi on Saturday morning. They reportedly held talks with the party’s national spokesperson and communications head Ajay Makan late in the evening. 

It is learnt that the objective of the meeting was to prepare aggressive publicity format for the state unit through print, electronic and social media. Mahant and Choubey are also said to meet state incharge BK Hariprasada on Sunday. 

Hariprasada may take stock of preparations of party’s tribal conference to be held in Jagdalpur on September 26. the conference will be prominently attended by party national vice president Rahul Gandhi. 

Cong to complain election commission against PWD min

Raipur, September 21, 2013

Terming saree, umbrella, bag, sweet and calendar distribution by PWD minister Brijmohan Agrawal to females during mahila uththan (women upliftment) programme in his Raipur South assembly constituency an attempt to affect them ahead of Vidhan Sabha polls, the Congress on Saturday said it would complain about it to the election commission.

“With less than two months remaining for polls, code of conduct will be implemented in next couple of days. In this scenario, if any state minister distributes sarees and other items gratis to voters, it would be considered as a deliberate attempt to influence them. The Supreme Court too says - even if there is ample time for polls, the act of party publicity through free distribution of commodities to voters comes under category of affecting voters by benefiting them. Hence, the Congress will take up this matter to the election commission,” said PCC spokesperson Sushil Anand Shukla.

He said it was an irony that the minister thought about women upliftment so late when crime against females had increased by manifolds in state.

“In last 15 days, two women were gangraped in their houses. The incidents occurred in the minister’s assembly constituency. Besides, innocent minors were raped in government’s ashram schools and several females are missing from state but the government is hibernating,” he added.





Mahant seeks clarification from CM on BALCO case

Raipur, September 21, 2013

PCC president Charandas Mahant on Saturday sought clarification from chief minister Raman Singh pertaining to BALCO land acquisition case.

“He should tell on what grounds his cabinet legalised BALCO’s illegal works. He must also explain why the cabinet lent permission to BALCO to get the lands diverted without completing requisite formalities,” said Mahant.

BALCO has reportedly fringed environmental norms during its land acquisition process for its 1200 MW power plant.

“It is mandatory to complete all the formalities before using a forest land and commencing construction works on it. The Supreme Court has banned construction and other works on forest lands. Neither the local civic body, i.e. Korba municipal corporation has given any permission regarding construction works, nor the town and country planning department has approved the layout of BALCO. Despite this, the state cabinet did not hesitate in lending permission of diversion to BACLO,” he added.

He alleged that the government obliged BACLO management ahead of assembly elections because it intended to aimed take major benefit from it in coming days.

He said if the government had made its mindset to clear all hurdles for BALCO then why it stalled approval on pretext of norms and deceived unemployed youth who are waiting desperately for the power plant to commence.



Jogi says CBI probe into furniture, cycle scams must

Raipur, September 21, 2013

Pointing that state ministers were involved in about Rs 60000 crore-furniture and bicycle scams Congress legislator Ajit Jogi on Saturday felt that CBI probe should be ordered into both the cases. Jogi’s demand came a day after chief secretary Sunil Kumar expressed his readiness to be investigated by Central agency, for his name too is being linked to both scams.

“As the documents obtained under Right to Information (RTI) Act too confirm involvement of BJP ministers in furniture and bicycle scams, the government should now issue instant orders of CBI probe into the matters,” Jogi said.

“The government must also order CBI inquiry into text book purchase as government had hastened in revoking the deal when grafts worth crores surfaced in it,” he said.

He said the government did several scams through its ministers during its two terms. “The state witness grafts in land purchase, mines allocation, sapling purchase for forest department, school uniform purchase, medicine purchase, paddy purchase, public distribution system, smart cards, etc. Still, the government did not rope any independent agency to probe into these matters,” he said.



Cong complains to police against DS Construction

Raipur, September 21, 2013

A delegation of Congress members on Saturday complained to Tikarapara police against DS construction, the implementation agency hired by NHAI to build fourlane at Ring Road No 1, regarding inconvenience faced by commuters on the road stretch below Santoshi Nagar overbridge due to appearance of several potholes with two-three feet size.

The delegation said the DS Construction was supposed to repair the road but its indifference had turned the area into accident-prone zone.

Terming the road as one of the busiest in suburbs of the city, the delegation told the police that everyday over 50000 people use it and about 20-30 become victim of large potholes.

The delegation said it had complained about it to state government and even urged the construction agency in that regard but nothing happened. It asked the police to register FIR against officials of DS Construction and said the Congress would aggressively agitate if the road would not be repaired in coming days.

The delegation was led by DCC Raipur Urban president Vikas Upadhyay and PCC youth backward class cell chief Sumit Das and comprised of Satnam Singh Panag, Samir Akhtar, Amit Das, Devendra Yadav, Sheikh Shakeel, Mateen Khan, Shameem Akhtar, etc.



Mahant says Cong will develop filmcity in CG

Raipur, September 20, 2013

PCC president Charandas Mahant says that if Congress will develop filmcity in Chhattisgarh if it comes to power. He gave assurance to a delegation of state’s film artists who submitted a memorandum to him pertaining to their demands on Friday.

“The state has ample possibilities to be developed into a movie hub. “If people give us mandate in upcoming assembly polls, we will surely establish a filmcity like Ramoji Rao filmcity in Hyderabad,” he said.

Besides, he said, to encourage tourism and movie industry the Congress government will also constitute film development corporation in state.

Through the memorandum, the Chhollywood artists said the incumbent government was indifferent towards their demands and hence they feel insulted.

Mahant said he had always believed that the state film artists were talented and simply required opportunity to develop.

“It is an irony that the government is ignoring state artists and spending crores to rope in bollywood stars in its events. The will not tolerate this and would certainly change the cult in favour of local artists if it forms the government again,” he added.


Saurabh Singh, Nobel Verma to get VS tickets

Later, while talking to media persons he confirmed that the party would give tickets to Saurabh Singh and Nobel Verma who had recently joined Congress from Bahujan Samaj Party and Nationalist Congress Party respectively.

When indicated how the party recommended names of Singh and Verma when the party’s national vice president Rahul Gandhi had categorically refused to give tickets to turncoats in polls, Mahant clarified that the two joined Congress because they believed its policies and principles.

SC community assures Mahant to support Cong in polls

Raipur, September 20, 2013

Hailing PCC president Charandas Mahant’s announcement that Congress would raise reservation quota of scheduled castes (SC) from 12% to 16% if it comes to power in state, a delegation of SC community on Friday assured the former to support Congress in forthcoming Vidhan Sabha elections.

The delegation said the ruling BJP had simply exploited SC community in past ten years and even slashed their reservation quota from 16% to 12%. “Our community is deeply hurt by the government’s decision. We will certainly favour Congress in next polls,” the SC leaders told to Mahant.

They also clarified that newly formed Satnam Sena had nothing to do with members of Satnami community. “The objective of Satnam Sena is to benefit BJP government and divide Satnami community. However, we are well aware that only Congress will safeguard our interests and hence we will always help each other,” they said.




Jogi says CG kids not getting benefit of Centre’s RTE Act

Raipur, September 20, 2013

Congress legislator Ajit Jogi has alleged that state’s children were not getting benefit of Centre’s Right to Education (RTE) Act. 

Indicating that with an aim to impart quality education to poor children in private schools, the Centre provides massive fund to state government under the Act, Jogi said the government was supposed to admit 25% poor children in private schools every year but it is not using the given fund on said purpose. 

He further charged that the government was spending Central funds allocated for distribution of bicycles under Saraswati cycle scheme, distribution of school bags, uniforms and books, mid-day meals, monthly scholarships, etc in other departments.



Thursday, September 26, 2013

Manni wants to meet NaSh

September 26, 2013


Despite twin terror attacks in Jammu, PM Manmohan Singh is hell bent on meeting his (Na)Pak counterpart Nawaz Sharif (NaSh) in the US. Manni is a cool fella. He is unruffled by the attacks back in India. He won't mind sacrificing all Indians to Pak terrorist if global fraternity acknowledges his peace-loving image and asks Sweden to give him next Nobel peace prize.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Brave boy

September 25, 2013

Kudos to four-year-old Brit lad Elliot Prior, who unflinchingly looked in the eyes of one of the terrorists involved in Nairobi mall attack and said ‘you are a bad man’. His courage earned him life. Aren’t we suppose to display similar spirit when somebody tries to influence us on the name of religion or jehad? If this happens, nobody will become terrorist.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

घर मे पधारो गजानन जी, मेरे घर मे पधारो..

September 21, 2013



कल रात्रि रायपुर मे गणेश जी की झाँकी निकाली गई। आज शहर सुनसान लग रहा है। अभी कुछ दिनों पहले ही तो लम्बोदर शहर की नुक्कड़-गलियों, चौक-चौबारों मे तने छोटे-बड़े पंडालों मे विभिन्न रूपों मे विराजे थे। 

पूरा शहर गणपति उत्सव के उल्लास मे डूबा हुआ था। मन कितना भी खिन्न हो, राह से गुज़रते हुए आँखें गणेश जी की मूर्ति पर जैसे ही ठहरती थीं, ऐसा लगता था सबकुछ ठीक हो गया। आज आँखें अश्रुपूरित हैं क्योंकि गजानन की यात्रा पंडालों से आगे बढ़ गई है। 

हे विघ्नहर्ता, जब तेरी मूर्ति को निहारने भर से मन शांत हो जाता है, तो प्रतिपल तेरी स्तुति से हमें कितनी स्थिरता मिलेगी। हे ज्ञान के पुंज, हमें हमारे खोखले ज्ञान के अंधकार से मुक्ति दे ताकि हम जाति व धर्म के आधार पर किसी से भेदभाव ना करें, हर नारी की रक्षा करें और देश के बच्चों का भविष्य सँवारने की हिम्मत कर सकें। 

हे शिव-पार्वती पुत्र, हमें क्षमा कर कि तुझे अपने अंतस मे स्थापित करने के बजाए तेरी मूर्ति को पुनः-पुनः स्थापित कर हम तुझसे अपनी निकटता का दंभ भरते हैं। अब के हे देवताओं के राजा, हमारे मन-रूपी गृह मे प्रवेश कर और हमें अपनी भक्ति-रस मे सदा के लिए डूबने का वरदान दे..

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Cong observers convene YC office-bearers’ meet

Raipur, September 19, 2013

Two Congress observers arrived from New Delhi convened significant meeting of YC office-bearers regarding their assembly poll preparations at Congress Bhawan on Thursday. The meeting was also attended by YC’s Chhattisgarh incharge Himmat Singh.

In the meeting, the duo sought five names from each booth to beef-up the party at booth-level. The observers will also assign responsibilities to the YC office-bearers before elections.

They categorically said that the party would give due consideration only to active office-bearers, not the inactive ones. They will hold another meeting on Friday.

The two observers belong to the bunch of 40 who have arrived in Chhattisgarh on party’s national vice president Rahul Gandhi’s directives. Their key job is to see how the party’s state unit is preparing for polls and impart them directions accordingly. They will also ensure that the party remains united till polls and will work as a bridge between different factions.

Five YC office-bearers reinstated


The state YC president Uttam Vasudev has reportedly reinstated five suspended office-bearers of the organisation. All the five were suspended on grounds of inactivity. It is learnt that considering polls ahead, the other suspended YC office-bearers will also be reinstated in coming days. Those who were reinstated on Thursday are – Sandeep Tiwari, Rajendra Bagga, Vijay Banjare, Rupesh Sahu and Monu Walia. 

Upadhyay complains against CG govt in CM’s presence

Raipur, September 19, 2013

DCC Raipur Urban president Vikas Upadhyay complained to prime minister Manmohan Singh against Chhattisgarh government and said it was misleading people by claiming Sanjeevni 108 ambulance service as its own despite the scheme being launched by Centre. Upadhyay lodged his complain to PM during the latter’s Raipur arrival at Mana airport. At that moment, chief minister Raman Singh was also present.

Upadhyay told Singh that the state government’s conduct was highly objectionable as 80% of the fund to operate Sanjeevni 108 ambulance service is provided by the Centre.

He said the Centre had also sent a letter in this connection to the state government on March 16, 2013 to run the scheme on its name or else it would stop providing fund for that purpose.

Upadhyay said the DCC Raipur Urban unit will remove the name of state government from Sanjeevni 108 ambulances if the latter continues to ignore Centre’s letter. 

On the occasion, Upadhyay was accompanied by Raipur North MLA Kuldeep Juneja, PCC general secretaries Ramesh Warlyani and Arun Vora, PCC spokesperson Ghanshyam Raju Tiwari, etc.




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