Narendra Modi is icon of India. He is a man known for Gujrat development and unity. Bharatiya Janta Party, BJP have nominated him as Prime Ministerial candidate. He is the most popular leader in India. He is also the most popular leader among youths and in the internet.
This blog is to propagate his ideas among common people.
Sri Amit Shah, architect of BJP win in
Utttar Pradesh is likely to be the next National President of BJP according to
the sources. Sri Rajnath Singh, Present
BJP President has sworn in as Union Home Minister in Modi government. Though he
has one and half years to hold his office, he will quit as per one person one
post principle of BJP.
There were three persons in the race
according to TV reports, Sri JP Nadda from Himachal Pradesh, Sri Om Mathur from
Rajasthan and Sri Amit Shah from Gujrat.
However, Amit Shah is preferred over two. Tere was a tough time for Amit Shah when CBI charge sheet him in Sohrabuddin encounter case. However, hon'ble court granted his bail petition.
Amit Shah has done a lot for BJP victory in
current Lokabha election. BJP has gone
up from 10 to 71 seats in Uttar Pradesh.
This is a quarter of total Loksabha seats won by BJP. Amit Shah is the main architect of this victory.
It is obvious that BJP could not form a strong government without winning Uttar
It is believed that Amit Shah is the
closest among all Modi commanders. He
has wonderful organizational capabilities and a great strategist. Sangh Parivar has also sent green signal for
him, according to news reports.
BJP Parliamentary board, the highest body
in the party will sit tomorrow in the Chairmanship of their President Sri
Rajnath Singh in New Delhi at 10 AM. It is believed that Sri Rajnath Singh will
resign from the post and propose Amit Shah’s name. Sri Amit Shah will be formally declared as BJP
national President after this meeting.
We congratulate Amit Shah anticipating him as
next BJP National President and wish him all success. May BJP flourish in his able leadership.
I would like to share my personal experience with a minister in Modi government which will be eye opening for many one. Few days back, I called Sri Prakash Javdekar Information and Broadcasting minister in Modi government and it was no reply. I understood that he was busy which was natural. I sent SMS in his mobile. However, it was remained non-replied.
Few days after, I was surprized to see SMS from Sri Prakash Javdekar. He not only replied my message but said sorry for delay. Normally, we are not habituated of this kind of responses from an Union minister. I admire his humbleness. Similarly, I am getting reply of my mails to Sri Jual Oram, Ministry of tribal affairs.
Sri Narendra Modi, PM of India is a popular leader and well connected to people of India. He knows power of social networking. He is the first Prime Minister of India who has created PMO page in Facebook. Any one can write in this page. Suggestions given in this page are regularly reviewed and sent for necessary actions to concerned departments.
I have been using this as a tool and regularly suggesting Sri Narendra Modi, PM through PMO facebook page. I have suggested three issues before he addressed Parliament for the first time. I am thankful to him that he has addressed all three issues in his maiden speech in the Parliament. This encouraged me to suggest more and I have continued writing as per my public feedback and suggestions.
There is a Sanskrit proverb "महाजनो येन गतः सः पन्थाः" and his ministers are really following him. Above mentioned two examples of Sri Prakash Javdekar and Sri Jual Oram are enough to confirm this. We believe that Narendra Modi and his Ministers and officials will follow this in public interest and remain well connected with the people of India. This is a government truly for common Indians.
We suggest to stop future trading of agricultural products in MCX, NCDEX and ICEX. We urge to act upon it in the coming budget session. This is seventh in the series in suggestions to PMO. We are thankful to Sri Narendra Modi, Indian PM for listening voice of common people.
Future trading is an advance financial product that helps businessmen hedge their risk. However, misuse of this financial product by the speculators can make it harmful for the economy. Moreover, lay investors and common people use this many times as gambling tool. Commodity futures traders face a substantial risk due to the financial leverage provided by the exchange to traders. In a country like India, future trading options can create financial havoc. Corporate and financial institutions from advanced and financially strong countries have tools to exploit comparatively ignorant people. I have heard about a very advance level software used by an US based financial institution that can calculate all transactions in an exchange in seconds. This type of software give competitive advantage to those companies and financial institutions over their local competitors. An economist told me few days back that India is losing billions of dollars every year in this front. This may lead the country for severe economic and financial problem. Another serious impact is on price hike which is even more severe. Especially, price hike in food grains and related products can make disaster in country like India. We are witnessing hue and cry about price rise in electronic and print media. We urge Sri Arun Jaitley, Finance minister of India to look after the problem and consider announcing its closure in the coming budget proposal. Registered traders of agricultural products may be allowed to future trade to a certain limit to hedge their business risk. Farmers may also be allowed to trade in the system to the extent of their estimated product.
We are continually suggesting various issues related to people of India on the basis of feedback from general public to our beloved Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi. This is sixth one in the series. We are thankful to Sri Modi for endorsing our first three suggestions in his maiden speech in Loksabha that inspired us to go to people and write more suggestions to PMO.
We know that our PMO wants to establish work culture in India with an agenda for development. PMO also wants to eradicate corruption from its root and establish a culture of responsive administration. Narendra Modi has proved that he does what he says.
Most of the thinkers and many of the people in general suggested that bureaucracy in India is the biggest hindrance in development. India can be a economic and political super power if they work properly. They have a lifetime service guarantee unlike the politicians. Politicians have to face voters every five years that make them responsible and accountable to the general public. However, nothing happens if some bureaucrat s do nothing or delay projects. This has become a normal practice that they just stop moving the files. We suggest to make officers responsible and accountable for their work. It will be better if we have a public feedback system for the officers responsible for specific work or project.
I would like to quote an example in which I was a party. An IAS officer was appointed for removing encroachment in Jaipur. He successfully removed many encroachments and become very popular among Jaipurites.
I met him personally in a face to face program organized by Gulabi Nagar Vichar Manch, headed by Sri Girdharilal Bhargava, the then MP of Jaipur. I asked the IAS few questions. The first and foremost was, :How many persons did you punish" . He replied many one. My second question was " How many officers did you punish" and the answer was negative.
Those who encroached were punished but those (Responsible officers) helped in encroaching by taking bribes or for some other reasons were set free. This very attitude increases corruption and make bureaucrats irresponsible.
We urge the PMO to make the bureaucrats responsible and accountable for their work. Punish them if they ignore or delay their works. Amend rules and regulations of the colonial act still prevailing. After all the tax payers are paying huge money to these bureaucrats. They must behave as public servants and not as colonial rulers.