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Left parties to contest all 243 Bihar assembly seats

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Patna: Left parties would contest on their own all 243 assembly seats in the coming Bihar assembly polls, a CPI-ML leader said on Friday.

“Left parties, including Communist Party of India-Marxist, CPI, and CPI (Marxist Leninist), All India Forward Block, Socialist Unity Centre of India and Revolutionary Socialist Party are set to contest the coming polls as one block without joining hands with the grand alliance,” CPI (ML) leader Kunal said.

He said by the end of this month, the Left parties would finalise the arrangement formally. “We will also decide on the names of the candidates,” he said.

CPI leader Rajendra Prasad Singh said the Left parties would contest the polls as one separate block. “People will get an opportunity other than the BJP-led NDA and the grand alliance headed by ruling Janata Dal-United,” he said.

The grand alliance also includes the Rashtriya Janata Dal, the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party.

(IANS)

 

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JNU Ideologues are Spewing hate in the name of Dissent and nurturing Anti-India ideologies

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JNU has become den for left politics. VOA
  • By Amit Srivastava

Sep 16, 2017: With the help of media propaganda and public opinion manufacturers, JNU has become an epitome of left politics – Viciously nurturing the anti-India ideologies and placing them into state establishment through their sympathizers.

They hate a lot of things that are Indian or having Indian identities. Their perpetual anathema is cleverly placed with covert name of ‘dissent’. It would be interesting to know, how they instill a failed and violent ideology like Marxism through inroads of hate.

Before 93rd amendment for OBC quota in higher education, JNU had very progressive admission policy with weightage number for backward districts, castes and also for women. Though these deprivation points still exist, but since half of admission is done on caste lines, these points are less relevant now. Owing to its admission policy and standard entrance exam, JNU has been providing excellent higher education opportunity for the students from remote rural areas at par with metro educated students.

Ironically, left parties with help of communist faculty members also exploit this opportunity as they get fresh cadres who could easily get disconnected caused by the language difficulties, cultural shock and administrative difficulties. A person with deeply rooted Indian value system won’t accept valueless violent ideology of Marx. Brainwashing such person is not easy. Hence the process of indoctrination begins with very first day of admission at JNU.

Earlier, admission process in JNU was cumbersome and lengthy. Comrades used to catch new comers in the name of admission assistance. Now, this opportunity is lost as there is single window admission process is adopted by JNU administration. Another step to trap the new comers is artificial scarcity of hostel. You are on their mercy of ‘these seniors’ who offer you to stay with them. And sometimes 6-7 students stay in 10-by-15 hostel rooms. More freshers in one comrade’s room means more problem, hence more opportunity to brainwash them.

First stage of abomination start with inciting new-comers to hate individuals including hating own self. This hate is designed to suit the social conflict theory of communism. If you are a general category student, you must hate yourself for being born in ‘upper caste’ and must accept it wholeheartedly than only you would be ‘ready’ to abuse political opponents on caste line.

If you are from OBC-SC-ST and Minority, you must hate those ‘upper caste’ guys living with you in the same campus, no matter they’re even poorer or more deprived than you. Irrespective of rationality and humanity, you must hate them; because they’re born in bourgeoisie castes, and you should assume yourself as proletariat, even if you are richer and dominate than most of them. This hate is mandatory. Selective crimes are extrapolated to justify it. Incidents like Khailanji, where Dalits were burned alive, are used to consolidate this hate. But details of culprits are purposefully hidden and ignored as they don’t belong to ‘general caste’ and this may derail the hate direction.

Minority students have to hate Hindu co-students as per the conditioning of the leftist mentors. Hindus are blamed for their all problems. OBC-SC-STs are encouraged to hate Hinduism too. If there are complacent with it, they’re encouraged to shun Hinduism and accept more exploitative Islam, Christianity or atheism. At same time, Muslims and Christians students are encouraged to be more religious and fanatic for their respective faith. This is why JNU communists encourage Islamic or Christian festivals but gets reprimanded if students celebrate Hindu festivals in the campus.

This abhorrence has another intense level of inculcation. Female students from remotely rural areas are too attached with their families. Girls won’t be a good ‘recruiting’, ‘facilitating’ and a devoted comrade, until they respect family system and existing social ethics of the society. Hence, they’re taught that they’re the master of their own body. Their vagina belongs to them and their father has no right to say with whom they shall sleep. This typical teaching is very crucial and preached through woman comrades in very delicate ways by living with them, fanaticizing with them with instilling a false sense of empowerment and freedom among them… only to sexually exploit them for own leaders or an allurement for the new recruits.

JNU’s left ideologues are not limited to a close campus. Congress governments have been giving them important posts in order to devise new divide-and-rule policies. After debacle of 2014, these master-less Maoists of JNU are left with no one to support. Their political existence was long gone.  Post General Elections 2014, they engineered several caste-riots, devouring state-funding and abusing the same state. Unfortunately, they failed into it too.

Within JNU, they opened another sister concern named ‘BAPSA’ – an organization that not only abuse Hinduism on daily basis, but also abuse the students who belong to Brahmin or ‘Savarn’ castes. The right to live with dignity for these ‘savarn caste’ students is violated by BAPSA and left-relict in name of Social Justice. Ironically, JNU administration allows such caste abuses in name of sociological studies. Much grave violation of thousands of students’ fundamental right to live with dignity is violated every day.

However, these avant-garde social terrorists still think that they can potentially harm the ruling BJP party by taking Bhimrao Ambedkar’s name. Now a days, Student wing of Naxalites, DSU used ‘Jai Bhim’ along with ‘Lal Salam’ in order to immunize itself from the responsibility of offending content it circulate within JNU campus. It is high time for Ministry of Human Resource Development and JNU administration to stop the violation of personal dignity of students. We must not allow the abuses and exploitations just for the sake of intellectual pleasure and useless showoff of tiny campus victory.

Amit can be reached at Twitter @amisri


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Stop bullying Nepal, CPI-M tells Modi government

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New Delhi: The CPI-M on Thursday urged the Indian government to stop bullying Nepal and to end the blockades on the border that have caused widespread shortages in that country.

“The (Narendra) Modi government should stop this bullying policy,” said an editorial in “People’s Democracy”, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of India-Marxist.

“It should immediately take steps to clear the obstructions in the border crossings in consultation with the Nepali government,” it added.

The editorial said New Delhi’s confrontationist policy towards Nepal — following protests by Madhesi groups against Kathmandu’s new constitution — “has led to an unprecedented breach in India-Nepal relations.

“After adopting a negative attitude to the constitution promulgated in Nepal on September 20, the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) government has gone ahead with further exacerbating tensions,” the CPI-M said.

It said that for over two months, all the transit routes to Nepal from India had been blockaded.

Landlocked Nepal depends on the land routes through India for the supply of all essential commodities and trade.

“The Madhesi agitation, which is backed by the Modi government, has blockaded Raxaul-Birgunj crossing and some other routes. This has led to a severe shortage of fuel and other essential commodities.

“The people are also suffering since the reconstruction work after the devastating earthquake has been affected. Vehicles are not able to carry construction materials for putting up prefabricated housing before winter sets in.

“The fuel shortages are affecting helicopter movement which is needed for delivering supplies to mountainous areas.”

It said New Delhi’s stand that it had nothing to do with the blockade and that this was because of the Madhesi agitation and the insecurity faced by Indian transporters did not wash.

“In fact it is reported that India has unofficially sealed the border even in eastern Nepal where there are no protests.”

The CPI-M said the Modi government was making no bones about its support for the Madhesi agitation, and Madhesi groups were openly claiming support of India.

“A delegation of Madhesi leaders visited Delhi to hold consultations in the last week of October. This is a flagrant interference in the internal affairs of Nepal.”

It said India’s “arrogant stance” amounted to “pointing a gun to the head and asking Nepal to accede to the Indian-backed Madhesi demand”.

The editorial said the undeclared blockade by New Delhi had aroused strong feelings in Nepal, and popular anger against India was running high.

“The Modi government’s attitude … is an outcome of the Modi government’s projection of India as a big power in the region and national chauvinism.

“The RSS-BJP combine was affronted by the decision of the Nepal Constituent Assembly to declare Nepal a secular republic.

“Modi and the BJP were also willing to harm relations with Nepal for the sake of winning support of the Madhesis who have a substantial transborder presence in the neighbouring areas of Bihar, keeping in mind the assembly elections there.”

The CPI-M said the problems of Madhesis and ‘janjatis’ should be amicably resolved by political process within Nepal, and the Indian government must use its influence with Madhesis to see that negotiations take place.

(IANS)

 

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Kerala CM refutes removal of minister involved in bar scam case

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Thrissur: A special vigilance court on Thursday quashed a clean chit given to state Finance Minister K.M. Mani by the vigilance department to Mani in the bar scam case. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy refuted the demands of opposition leaders to remove him from the cabinet.
“Even as we respect the court verdict, there is no need for Mani to step down. Mani has done no wrong. A vigilance court is not the last word in judiciary,” Chandy told reporters here.

“Mani has not accepted a bribe. If one reads today’s (Friday’s) newspapers, every report appears to have come to its own conclusions. In no way will Mani be asked to resign,” he said.

The court order came on seven petitions that sought further probe into the case. Last October, bar owner Biju Ramesh claimed that Mani was given Rs.1 crore as bribe by the Kerala Bar Owners’ Association to reopen 418 bars shut down in the state under a new excise policy.

Following a letter to the vigilance director, the Kerala government ordered a probe against Mani. A case was later registered, naming Mani as the main accused.

After seven months of investigations, the vigilance department allegedly did not find enough evidence against Mani and filed a closure report in court.

Asked if vested interests were behind the bar scam case, Chandy said he would not say anything about which he was not sure. “But I can say one thing that a lot of people are upset over my government’s liquor policy,” the chief minister said.

With civic polls scheduled for November 2 and 5, the Left opposition on Friday stepped up its attack on Mani.

“Mani has no moral right to continue and should step down,” said Communist Party of India-Marxist politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan.

“He should not use public money to fight this case again,” demanded leader of the opposition V.S. Achuthanandan.

On the other hand, Mani told reporters in his hometown Pala in Kottayam that he had done no wrong.

“The Supreme Court rulings in bribery cases are very clear. Nothing has been proved with regard to me demanding money. I am not such a person,” he said.

Former defence minister A.K. Antony wanted the law to take its own course while state Congress president V.M. Sudheeran said the issue would be taken up in the people’s court in the coming local body elections.

(IANS)