Muslim reservations – Death Warrant for Bharat!

Unite Hindus!

By Dr Pravin Togadia

In 1947, Bharat became independent from the British but broken and looted. The same ordeal is hovering over Bharat now with Muslim Reservations. After 1947, 3 Crore Muslims stayed back in Bharat who rejecting family planning and common civil core increased their population to 15 crore now. Using population explosion, they created their own formidable vote bank making all political leaders to crawl in front of them. Here began the dirtiest conspiracy to snatch education, employment, bank loans and livelihood of all backward castes – SC, OBC, ST and from open merit. Using Hindu tax payers’ money, government subsidised Muslim vote bank and now they are demanding reserved constituencies thereby preventing Hindus from having any say in many pockets in Bharat.

Current basis of 4.5 per cent from OBC’s 27 per cent for Muslims (and Law Minister’s election announcement of further 9 per cent): Biased and ill-informed reports of Rangnath Mishra Commission and Sachhar Committee. Mishra has given following recommendations:

A) Education: Only for Muslims and Christians:

1. All educational Institutions to give 15 per cent reservations

2.  Scholarships for pre-Matric, Matric, Post Matric and private tuitions

3.  Residential Hostels

4. Polytechnic, High Schools, vocational training centers at various places

B) Business and Inclusions:

1. All Muslims and Christians be treated as backwardOBC,SCand ST whose  Businesses are same as the Hindus from these categories. With this, almost  all Muslims and Christians will get included inOBC,SC, ST quota.

2. Those Muslims & Christians staying in tribal areas before 1947 should be treated as Tribals & should be given all reservations meant for Scheduled Tribes.

C) Constitution

1. Constitution be amended to remove words ‘Socially and Educationally Backward’ for reservations and mention only word ‘Backward’ and all Muslims be treated as Backward. So far benefit of being socially and educationally backward was available only to SC, ST and OBC; now all Muslims will snatch it.

D) Majhab

1. Based on Majhab, 15 per cent reservations be given to all Muslims and Christians snatching 6 per cent from OBC and 9 per cent from Open Merit.

Based on these, government promptly started the ‘loot poor Hindus’ game and showered millions of rupees on Muslims:

1.    With the order dated 22 December, 2011, Government reduced OBC reservations to 22.5 per cent from the earlier 27 per cent and gave 4.5 per cent to Muslims. In 22.5 per cent Muslims already are included + extra exclusive 4.5 per cent to Muslims.

2.Education: Already started only for Muslims

  • 90 Kasturba Vidyalayas
  • Muslim-populated 374 districts have now exclusive colleges
  • 36 such districts have Polytechnic colleges
  • Muslim girls hostels at 249 places
  • 35 Vocational Training Centres
  • Scholarship given to 72, 00,900 Muslim students and for additional 31,145 Muslim students scholarship, government gave Rs 700 Crore to Maulana Azad Foundation
  • Muslim students get education loan at 3 per cent whereas Hindu students have to shell out minimum 13 per cent

3. Financial Aid

  • Muslim populated areas are given 2498 new special branches of banks.
  • Per RBI circular of July 25, 2007 only in one year all banks were forced to give loans to Muslims to the tune of Rupees 1 lakh 43 thousand 396 crore and 70 lakh!
  • 5,87,088 Muslim women are given Rs 3,984 crore
  • If any Hindu wants bank loan he gets only 60 per cent and has to shell out 40 per cent himself and pays 13 per cent interest; Muslim gets 85 per cent loan, pays only 15 per cent that too given by Minority Finance Development Corporation and pays only 6 per cent interest!

All this, when government is reeling under severe deficit and debt of over $1 lakh 50 Thousand billion, government begging for extra 5 lakh crore rupees loan from open markets at 18per cent interest, when 42 per cent of kids in Bharat are malnourished! Such showering of Hindu tax payers’ money and benefits on Muslims for vote bank politics is leading Bharat fast to the 2nd partition!

With such reservation policies, already poor Hindu SC., OBC, ST and even from Open Merit will get poorer, unemployed and frustrated. No Hindu will be able to compete with any Muslim or Christian in academics, business or jobs. With such low interest loans to Muslims, no Hindu will survive in business. Their Hasan Ali alone owes Rs 50,000 crore to Income Tax and they are poor backward? And some of them if poor, are Not because of Hindus; but because of their own choice of unlimited kids! Why burden Hindu Tax payer?

Their demand of separate reserved constituency is the last straw on camel’s back. This will block out Hindus from many areas of Bharat. Despite this death warrant on Bharat and Hindus, government plans to oppress Hindus with Communal Violence Bill which will not allow any Hindu to even speak.

To save Bharat, all castes, communities and regions need to come together fast and start ‘Hindu Roti and Shiksha Bachaao’ agitation. Leaders SC, OBC and ST and Open Merit should make their communities aware of this dirty conspiracy by the Government to snatch the rightful education, employment, business and bank loans of all Hindus and give to Muslims and Christians for votes. All Hindus must vote together as one against this.

Hindu Demands from Government:

1. Government should Reject Rangnath Mishra and Sachhar reports completely and apologise to Bharat for misusing Government machinery for creating false, ill-informed and biased reports with the intention to appease Muslims and hurt Hindus. .

2. Withdraw 4.5 per cent reservation given to Muslims from OBC’s 27 per cent; promise that Muslims will not be included in OBC and Muslims already included will be immediately excluded.

3. Government should not give Scheduled Caste reservations to Christians or Muslims.

4. Christians included in Scheduled Tribes must be immediately de-listed.

5. Government must promise not to amend the Constitution to give religion-based reservation to Muslims and Christians.

The only immediate way to stop this reservation Jehad by the Government against all castes of Hindus is that all students, youth, ladies, caste-community leaders come together, start an awareness campaign, sms, email, make groups on Face Book and other social sites, do flash mobs and street plays opposing snatching of Hindu Roti and education. Put democratic pressure on all political parties to reject Muslim reservations fully. All Hindus must unite for this democratic and peaceful fight for last effort of survival to avoid perishing as Hindus and as Bharat.

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Patel Told Nehru, RSS Didn’t Plot Gandhi Killing

India TV Correspondent [ Updated 04 Nov 2011, 08:20:09 ]

New Delhi, Nov 4 : India’s first Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, regarded as Iron Man of India, had told the them prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru that the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi was not result of any conspiracy by RSS, but by a section of the Hindu Mahasabha, The Indian Express reported today.

Previously unpublished correspondence between the two leaders reveals that Patel  was miffed over orders being issued by the prime minister “in matters which fall within my departmental responsibility”.

While Patel agreed with Nehru on banning the RSS after the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948, he was convinced that “Bapu’s murder was not the result of an RSS conspiracy but that of a section of Hindu Mahasabha” who he regarded “a greater danger than RSS”.

These form part of a collection of letters — published in three volumes and released by the National Book Trust — between Nehru and Patel, Gandhi and Patel, and Gandhi and Nehru at the height of the freedom struggle and in the immediate aftermath of Independence.

In one letter in Nehru-Patel: Agreement within Differences — compiled by Delhi University history professor Neerja Singh — Patel objects to Nehru’s direct involvement in matters under his department.

“I should like to suggest that it is somewhat embarrassing both to me and to the local officials if orders are issued to them direct by you in matters which fall within my departmental responsibility… Even if some instructions were issued by you, I feel that I should have at least been informed and that those instructions should not have come to my office indirectly…”

On Nehru’s concern about open-air Gita classes by the RSS in Delhi, Patel said; “I doubt it will be possible to interfere with these Gita classes if they are held in private buildings  or on private lands, but I have asked the DIG to make enquiries and to see that our men are there to report to us what exactly happens there.”

Responding to a lengthy letter from Nehru pointing points of disagreement between them including a meeting  of MPs at Patel’s residence, where he is said to have expressed strong “disapproval of many of Nehru’s policies, Patel wrote:  “I told the meeting that I myself have had some general talks with the RSS leader and have found him generally confirming to my advice of restricting himself to social or cultural matters and advising his followers to support Government.  I also told them that my original belief that Bapu’s murder was not the result of an RSS conspiracy but that of Hindu Mahasabha had been confirmed and that I personally regarded the Mahasabha as a greater danger than RSS.”

घर की तरह सीमाओं की करें रक्षा

मोहनगढ़ में सीमा सुरक्षाा चेतना रथ का किया स्वागत 

मोहनगढ़ नारायण सरोवर गुजरात से प्रारंभ सीमा सुरक्षा चेतना रथ का गुरुवार को मोहनगढ़ कस्बे पहुंचने पर स्वागत किया गया। कलश लिए हुई बालिकाओं ने रथ की अगुवाई की। शोभायात्रा कस्बे के मुख्य मार्गों से होती हुई किले के पास स्थित सभा स्थल पहुंची। सम्मेलन में कस्बे सहित आसपास के गांवों एवं नहरी क्षेत्र से भी बड़ी संख्या में ग्रामीण पहुंचे। सम्मेलन में भाग लेने वाले हर व्यक्ति के स्वयं सेवकों द्वारा कुमकुम का तिलक लगाकर रक्षा सूत्र बांधे गए।

सभा को संबोधित करते हुए संत निरंजन नाथ ने कहा कि जिस तरह से अपने घर में मर्यादाओं एवं सीमाओं की रक्षा की जाती है उसी तरह अपने देश की सीमाओं की रक्षा करनी होगी। इसके लिए फौज ही नहीं हम सभी को संगठित होकर लड़ाई लडऩी होगी तभी हमारी सीमाएं सुरक्षित रह सकेगी। कार्यक्रम के मुख्य वक्ता इंद्रेश कुमार ने कहा कि हम हमारे परिवार, मां, बहनों की सुरक्षा करते है उसी तरह भारत माता की सुरक्षा करना हमारी जिम्मेदारी है। हम सभी को मिलकर देश की सीमाओं की सुरक्षा करनी होगी। कार्यक्रम के अंत में संत देवनाथ बापू ने सभी को देश की सीमाओं की सुरक्षा के लिए शपथ दिलाई। कार्यक्रम का संचालन जितेन्द्रसिंह सौलंकी ने की। सम्मेलन में संत शिवसुख नाथ, संत निरंजननाथ, संत निरंजन भारती, संत देवनाथ बापू, कर्नल रघुराजसिंह, विजय कुमार एवं नीम्बसिंह ने भाग लिया। 

Watch dragon carefully

Watch dragon carefully

DN Bezboruah

Of all the rivers in India, one of the least known to most people is perhaps the Brahmaputra. This is surprising because the Brahmaputra is not only one of the mightiest rivers, but also the only male river flowing through the country. No wonder, when we invoke the rivers of India to be part of the water that we use for our religious rituals, we call upon Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati, Narmada, Sindhu and Kaveri, but leave out the Brahmaputra. And yet, it is one of the major rivers of Asia.

From its origin in south-western Tibet as the Yarlung Tsangpo river, it flows across southern Tibet and breaks through the Himalayas in great gorges to enter Arunachal Pradesh. Thereafter it flows south-west through the Assam valley as the Brahmaputra (also called the Luit) and as the Jamuna (not to be confused with the Yamuna) through Bangladesh where it joins up with the Ganga and flows southwards into the Bay of Bengal. Its total length is about 2,900 km. Its average depth is 124 feet and the maximum depth 380 feet. It is about 20 km wide in some parts, with the narrowest stretch being just less than a mile wide near Guwahati where the double-decker Saraighat bridge is located. We get some idea of its might when we consider its average discharge of about 19,300 cubic metres of water per second. No wonder, it can be so destructive during the monsoon every year, causing massive floods in many parts of Assam. That is a time when it becomes our river of sorrow. Even so, despite its annual rampages and the fact that it has nibbled away several thousand hectares of land, the emotional bonding of every Assamese with the Brahmaputra is very strong.

Of late there has been some legitimate concern about what might happen to our ‘ole man river’ named the son of Brahma. This concern hinges on the fact that the Chinese have long been thinking of diverting the Yarlung Tsangpo to provide water to parched areas in northern China. The Chinese Government has also constructed a dam at Zangmu in the middle reaches of the Yarlung Tsangpo to generate electricity. The hydro-electric project cannot really be a major source of worry because it will not store water and will almost certainly not affect the downstream areas in India. The real concern is about what would happen if China were to divert the Yarlung Tsangpo that also has the highest navigable channel in the world at an altitude of over 12,000 feet. After all, it is not for nothing that Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao has been called the most powerful man in the world because he can even change the course of rivers! 

The satellite imagery shows that the Yarlung Tsangpo has indeed been dammed at Zangmu and the river has been made to flow through two channels from that point. However, there are no visible indications of the water being stored at that point. 

Early last week, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna assured the nation that the area had been constantly monitored via satellite and that the dam erected at Zangmu for generation of electricity would have no adverse impact on the downstream areas of India. As such, he was of the opinion that there was “no cause for immediate alarm”. He followed this up later in the week with a similar assurance to Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

 Krishna’s statement has led to further revelations by officials of the Ministry, and the following facts have emerged:

 •There is enough water in the Brahmaputra to meet the demands of both India and Bangladesh.

 •Though there is no water-sharing agreement between China and India, there are annual meetings between the officers of water resources and foreign ministries of the two countries.

 •China shares data of water flow of all the three rivers that flow from China to India — Brahmaputra, Indus and Sutlej — twice a day from June to October.

 •A large proportion of the catchment area of the Brahmaputra is in Indian territory.

 •China knows that India will not look favourably at the diversion of the Yarlung Tsangpo and would protest in the strongest terms if this were to happen.

 Krishna is of the view that it is important for both Assam and Arunachal Pradesh to harness and utilise the waters of the Brahmaputra properly. There seems to be a strong hint in his statement that this has not been happening. After all, the Brahmaputra and its tributaries are capable of giving us about 40,000 MW of hydroelectric power. But organising this efficiently involves the construction of very large dams in an earthquake-prone area. Experts all over the world are of the view that this is not a safe proposition.

 The External Affairs Minister’s assessment that there is no cause for immediate alarm is obviously based on the statement made by the Chinese Government on June 14, indicating that it would not divert the waters of the Brahmaputra and saying that it would take into “full consideration” the interests of the downstream countries in taking forward any projects on the river. The Chinese Government has asserted on several occasions that any decision on diverting the waters of the Yarlung Tsangpo would be more an economic decision than a political one. At present, the question of diverting the Yarlung Tsangpo just does not arise for China because of the astronomical cost of doing this. But costs apart, the Chinese Government is also obviously concerned about world opinion, since the people of India and Bangladesh have derived sustenance from the Brahmaputra for centuries, and it will not do anything to take away water from the millions that depend on the great river.

 Though we know that China has no plans of diverting the Yarlung Tsangpo in the near future, one cannot entirely rule out the possibility of this happening in a few decades from now. Besides, one must not overlook the fact that simulation and dissimulation as well as long spells of profound silence are integral elements of Chinese diplomacy. So, should the diversion of the Yarlung Tsangpo come about eventually, how badly would the people of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam in India and the people of Bangladesh be affected by the reduction in the flow of the Brahmaputra? JN Sarma, KD Malaviya Chair Professor in the Department of Applied Geology of Dibrugarh University, is known for his extensive work on the Brahmaputra and other rivers of Assam. He has said that if the diversion of the Yarlung Tsangpo takes place at Shigatze, within the Tibetan reach of the river, it will result in a reduction of 12 per cent in its total discharge at Pandu near Guwahati, about 500 metres upstream of the Saraighat bridge. “If the entire Tsangpo is diverted by the Chinese authorities, we will lose about 30 per cent of the Brahmaputra water at Pandu,” he said, adding, “The Yarlung Tsangpo with its length of 1,625 km within Tibet contributes about 30 per cent to the discharge at Pandu.”

 What this implies is that the tributaries of the Brahmaputra in Assam contribute more to the total flow of the river than what comes all the way from Tibet. Thus, the people of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh won’t face an apocalyptic scenario. Yet, we must closely monitor China’s activities on the Yarlung Tsangpo river with the help of our high calibre satellite imagery. The Chinese have rarely stated things as they are. We cannot afford to forget that the Chinese attack of 1962 on India was after repeated assurances that there would be no attack. We need both careful monitoring of the situation on a day-to-day basis as well as frequent diplomatic interactions with the Chinese Government to keep reminding them of their promises about the Yarlung Tsangpo.

 -The writer is former editor, The Sentinel


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Saririk Prtiyogita among sangha swayamsevak at sambalpur on the eve of Surendra sain Jayanyti

Physical examination held at sambalpur to develop physical fitness of swayamsevak.Health is wealth. self protection with good health is the aim of shakha. Sanskar comes by good practice and exame helps us to practice. So this competition is more fruitful for nest generation of Karyakarta.  Image