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Saturday, 26 January 2013

BJP is Political TERMITE Damaging India – Plant FAKE NEWS Everyday

BJP is Political TERMITE Damaging India – Plant FAKE NEWS Everyday
Jauary26, 2013

I always tell my BJP friends that BJP will never Come To Power with 1975 Batch of Incompetent and Unqualified leaders, but instead of Kamraj Plan to retire 1975 batch dead wood as suggested by Yashwant Sinha in 2009 after suffering second defeat in General Elections, BJP Specialize in Planting Fake News, Sabotaging Progress and Creating Grounds for Some Agitation everyday.

Negative Politics creating trouble for People of India and Government shall advance the Fall of BJP. Reading Grocery Purchase List of Pandara Road Market in Lok Sabha or and making Rape Case a national issue shaming India will not result in any political gains when Narendra Modi is seen hugging Mukesh, Anil Ambani and others and refusing to go to see the plight of drought hit farmers.

People are not illiterate anymore – they know BJP Sabotaged Hydro Power, Thermal Power, Nuclear Power, Coal, Telecom, FDI, Aid to Farmers, Improve Earnings of Farmers – Reserve Agro Industries and Food Storage for Farmers, 50% credit to MSMEs, Housing  Finance & Personal Loans, Farmer’s Market, Favored Ambanis and Traders, Middlemen and Moneylenders and are most Corrupt and Incompetent.  In Rs.4 lakh crores RIL Turnover – Refining business accounts for Rs.3,00,000 crores Mostly Export Oriented – Don’t Benefit India all Approved By BJP that also Minimized Corporate Disclosures.

Farm Loan Waiver- A Complicated Scheme

Yesterday BJP Picked up CAG Report on Farm Loan Waivers – which is not yet out that says – 25% of Loan Waivers were given to Farmers who didn’t Qualify and some of the Waivers were given to Micro Finance Companies etc.

Unlike PDS system that has clear class division – Below Poverty Line, Extreme Poor and Above Poverty Line – there is no Defining of clear ownership class for Farmers,  Small, Medium, Large and Very Large Farmers and Land holdings are jointly held by more than one owner in most cases etc.

Scheme was Complicated hence there were ‘Difficulties in Perfect Implementation’ for example it was designed to Favor Poorer States where default rate in any case is very high anyway and this objective was fulfilled– Punjab where default rate is very low received just 1% of Loan Waiver though producing 12% Foodgrains and 8% of Milk in 2008.

BJP-CAG didn’t report any Loan Waiver Going to Non Farmer. So it was FAKE News – I can find 100 Faults in CAG reports as Technical Expert.

·       EASSAR Petroleum alone was given Tax Concessions Rs.9000 crore Illegally by Modi.
·       Essar Hutchh was $12b Loss to India – BJP allowed Hutchh such terms that it sold its holdings outside India and refused to pay Taxes on Income.

FAKE POLITICAL SURVEY

Earlier BJP Planted FAKE Political Survey of NDA returning with over 200 seats. 

BJP’s biggest bet Narendra Modi is in Trouble, some of its Key Allies, JDU alone has over 20 MPs out of 40 non BJP NDA members, who didn’t vote for NDA candidate in Presidential Elections and Contested against BJP in Gujarat State.
BJP is reduced to Three Large States (Two States Actually – BJP Split MP and Bihar in 2000) after split in Karnataka BJP Party – Gujarat, MP, and Chhatisgarh. (Annexure I)

Gujarat Hit By SEVERE Drought- Water Riots

There are very serious cases of Corruption in all these BJP States. Congress came up with Gujarat Manifesto just 15 days before Gujarat elections – and couldn’t Connect With Gujarat Voters.

But SEVERE drought that was not visible in Weak Monsoon months is Raising Is Ugly Head – Saurashtra and Kutchh are facing acute water shortage – water in some towns was not supplied for 20 days. 4000 villages are already SEVERELY AFFECTED. (Annexure – III)

There are already some Water Riots in Gujarat, there are Five Months of Summer Ahead when Modis False Claims and Total Failure of Narmada Projects would be fully exposed.

MP & Chhatisgarh Due for Elections

MP and Chhatisgarh are due for elections later this year along with Delhi. MP BJP government entered in PPA with Reliance at twice the rate than secured by Ministry of Power (Rs.2.45/unit to Rs.1.19/unit). This alone is Rs.4,00,000 crores Scam.

MP in ten years has Leased 6 Million Hectares of Land for Growing Soybean for American Cattle.

In 10 year rule BJP failed to Utilize 18 Million Acre Feet of Narmada Waters allocated to MP – this year alone over 10-20 maf overflowed SSP in to sea.

People in MP, Chhatisgarh, Gujarat are Malnourished – worst in the world

[Madhya Pradesh ranks very low on the Human Development Index value of 0.375 (2011), which is below the national average. According to the India State Hunger Index (2008) compiled by the International Food Policy Research Institute, the malnutrition situation in Madhya Pradesh was "extremely alarming", receiving a severity rating between Ethiopia and Chad. The state ranks is also the worst performer in India, when it comes to female foeticides.]

Gujarat, Chhatisgarh and Bihar are worst in the world on Human Development Index.

BJP is Political TERMITE Damaging India – Plant FAKE NEWS Everyday

BJP is on Verge of Extinction is already an Endangered Specie. 

India need a Well Qualified & Honest and People Friendly Opposition BJP doesn’t fit the criteria.

Ravinder Singh
Inventor and Consultant
ANNEXURE – I (NDA)

List of current NDA Chief Ministers
The chief ministers not in bold are not from BJP, but from parties who share power with the BJP in their states-

Raman Singh – Chhattisgarh
Manohar Parrikar – Goa
Narendra Modi – Gujarat
Jagadish Shettar – Karnataka (Lost Majority)
Shivraj Singh Chauhan – Madhya Pradesh
Nitish Kumar - Bihar
Parkash Singh Badal - Punjab
Neiphiu Rio - Nagaland

Currently, the parties in and supporting the NDA are:

·       Bharatiya Janata Party (116 MPs)
·       Janata Dal (United) - Bihar (20 MPs)
·       Shiv Sena - Maharashtra (11 MPs)
·       Shiromani Akali Dal - Punjab (4 MPs)
·       Telangana Rashtra Samithi - Andhra Pradesh (2 MPs)
·       Asom Gana Parishad - Assam (1 MP)
·       Nagaland People's Front - Nagaland (1 MP)
·       Uttarakhand Kranti Dal – Uttarakhand
·       Janata Party - Tamil Nadu
·       Jharkhand Mukti Morcha - Jharkhand (Alliance in Jharkhand State with BJP)
·       All Jharkhand Students Union - Jharkhand (Alliance in Jharkhand State with BJP)
·       Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party - Goa (Alliance in Goa State with BJP)
·       Haryana Janhit Congress - Haryana (1 MP)

Parties to have left the NDA alliance:

·       Jammu & Kashmir National Conference - Withdrew in 2002, blaming the BJP for its loss in the Jammu and Kashmir state elections. Omar Abdullah, son of former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah, served as a Minister of State for External Affairs.
·       Lok Jan Shakti Party - Withdrew following 2002 Gujarat religious riots, leader
Ram Vilas Paswan, served as the cabinet-level Communications, and later, Coal Minister.
·       Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam - Joined the Congress Party during 2004 elections.
·       Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam - Joined the Congress during 2004 elections.
·       All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam - Joined with Congress Party during 1999 elections; subsequently re-joined alliance during 2004 elections, but did not remain aligned post-defeat. Joined the Third Front before the 2009 elections.
·        Pattali Makkal Katchi - Joined with Congress Party for the 2004 elections.
·       Indian Federal Democratic Party - Its leader, P.C. Thomas, was a minister in the Vajpayee government and the only member of parliament in the alliance from Kerala. Following the 2004 election, he merged his party with the Kerala Congress, which is aligned with the Left.
·       Trinamool Congress - West Bengal - Withdrew from the alliance at the end of 2007. Joined the Congress party before the 2009 elections.
·       Biju Janata Dal - Orissa - Left the alliance just over a month before the 2009 elections.
·       Indian National Lok Dal-Left due to seat sharing disagreements during Haryana assembly elections 2009.
·       Rashtriya Lok Dal led by Ajit Singh - Uttar Pradesh has allied with Congress for 2012 UP assembly elections.
·       Telugu Desam Party - In the monsoon session of parliament of 2005, the TDP decided not to continue as part of an NDA boycott of parliament. Speculation of an end to the NDA-TDP relationship was confirmed in August of that year, when the BJP and TDP contested local elections in Andhra Pradesh on their own. The TDP was the founding member of the Third Front in 2009.

ANNEXURE – II (TERMITES)

10 Cool Facts About Termites
Interesting Behaviors and Traits of Termites

Termites have been munching away on wood for millions of years. From the African termites that build mounds taller than men, to the subterranean species destroying people's homes, the social termites are fascinating creatures to study. Learn more about these decomposers with the 10 cool facts about termites.

1. While they can be pests to homeowners, termites are actually beneficial insects, ecologically speaking.
Termites are actually important decomposers. Termites break down tough plant fibers, recycling dead and decaying trees into new soil. These hungry insects are vital to the health of our forests. As they tunnel, termites also aerate and improve the soil. It just so happens that we build our homes from termite food – wood.

2. Termites digest cellulose with the help of microorganisms in their guts.
Termites feed on plants directly or on fungus growing on decaying plant material. In either case, they must be able to digest tough plant fibers, or cellulose. The termite gut is loaded with microorganisms capable of breaking down cellulose. This symbiosis benefits both the termites and the microorganisms living within their insect hosts. The termites house the bacteria and protozoa, and harvest the wood. In return, the microorganisms digest the cellulose for the termites.

3. Termites feed on each other's feces.
Termites aren't born with all that bacteria in their gut. Before they can start the hard work of eating trees, termites must obtain a supply of microorganisms for their digestive tracts. They engage in a practice known as trophallaxis, or, in less scientific terms, they eat each other's poop. Termites must also resupply themselves after they molt, so poop eating is a big part of life in the termite mound.

4. Termites lived 130 million years ago, and descended from a cockroach-like ancestor.
Termites, cockroaches, and mantids all share a common ancestor in an insect that crawled the Earth about 300 million years ago. The fossil record's earliest termite specimen dates back to the Cretaceous period. A termite holds the record for the oldest example of mutualism between organisms, too. A 100-million-year old termite with a ruptured abdomen was encased in amber, along with the protozoans that lived in its gut.

5. Termite fathers help raise their young.
You won't find deadbeat dads in the termite mound. Unlike in bee colonies, where males are short-lived and die soon after mating, the termite kings stick around. After their nuptial flight, the termite king stays with his queen, fertilizing her eggs as needed. He also shares parental duties with the queen, helping her feed their young predigested food.

6. Termite workers and soldiers are almost always blind.
In almost all species, both the workers and soldiers in a given termite colony are blind. Since these industrious individuals spend their lives in the confines of the dark, damp nest, they have no need to develop functional eyes. Reproductive termites are the only termites that require eyesight, since they must fly to find mates and new nest sites.

7. When termite soldiers detect a threat, they tap warning signals to the colony.
Termite soldiers form the world's tiniest heavy metal mosh pit when danger comes to the nest. To sound the alarm, soldiers bang their heads against the gallery walls to send warning vibrations throughout the colony.

8. Chemical cues guide most communication in the termite colony.
Termites use pheromones, special chemical scents, to talk to one another and control each other's behavior. Termites leave scent trails to guide other workers using special glands on their chests. Each colony produces a distinct scent, identified by a chemical on their cuticles. In some species, the queen can even control the growth and role of her young by feeding her pheromone-laden poop.

9. New kings and queens can fly.
New reproductive termites are winged, and able to fly. These young kings and queens, called alates, leave their home colony and fly out in search of a mate, often in large swarms. Each royal pair of king and queen emerges from the swarm together and finds a new place to found their own colony. They break their wings off and settle down in their new home to raise their offspring.

10. Termites are well-groomed.
You wouldn't think an insect that spends its time in the dirt would be so fastidious about its grooming, but termites make an effort to stay clean. Termites spend a great deal of time grooming each other. Their good hygiene is important to their survival, as it keeps parasites and harmful bacteria under control within the colony.

ANNEXURE – III (Drought in Gujarat)

1,000 villages may be declared drought affected

3,000 More May Get Partially-Hit Tag In Saurashtra
Ajay Umat TNN

Gandhinagar: On Wednesday morning, residents in Amreli left every other chore so that they could store water. The Saurashtra town received water supply after a gap of 20 days!

    Fearing that situation may get out of hands, the state government plans to declare about 1,000 villages as drought affected and an additional 3,000 villages as partially-affected. The move comes after MLAs from Saurashtra and Kutch —the two regions have received just 35% of the average rainfall — raised issues like drinking water scarcity, fodder shortage and migration on the sidelines of the two-day assembly session.

    The worst hit areas are Jamnagar, Porbandar, Rajkot, Amreli, Surendranagar and Bhavnagar and parts of Kutch region.

    Water crisis is testing the nerves of people, especially women, in Saurashtra. A group of women had ransacked the Jetpur municipality office a month ago after the town did not get water for 12 consecutive days. Recently, women had also jammed the Junagadh-Veraval highway in Keshod after going water-less for 20 days. The problem is serious in urban centres like Rajkot, Gondal, Dhoraji, Upleta, Jetpur and among others.

    The issue was discussed in the cabinet meeting chaired by CM Narendra Modi. Later, revenue minister Anandiben Patel called a meeting to review the situation and asked officials to gear up before the crisis escalate.

    Considering that the scarcity is so acute in winter months, the situation will get only worse during summer. With most dams in Saurashtra’s having dried up, a total ban on supplying water for irrigation has been imposed and water is being diverted for drinking purpose.

    “The irony is that Narmada, Ukai, Dharoi and Kadana dams have sufficient water but there is not adequate distribution system beyond Navda, near Dhandhuka from where water can be taken to four different regions,” asenior official said.

DRY RUN TO WATER RIOT?

    After going water-less for 12 consecutive days, a group of women in Jetpur ransacked the BJP-ruled municipality’s office a month ago.

    Women in Keshod jammed the Junagadh-Veraval highway for several hours after the town went without water 20 days

    In temple town Virpur, descendants of Saint Jalaram Bapa are distributing water on ration cards

    Hundreds of private water tankers have actually become a bane for the traffic in Rajkot city

    Residents of Bhatia town near Dwarka sat on a fast to demand water

    2,000 women carrying empty water pots took out a rally in Jamnagar