I would suggest AAP to include a very important subject concerning senior citizens for inclusion in their agenda, is to promise Full Medical coverage through approved Medical Insurance Companies. Govt. can pay full premium and the concerned Sr. Citizen should be required to pay only one time nominal amount towards premium. This will go a long way in ensuring complete medical treatment, free of cost, as most of the Sr. Citizen remain uncared for, barring Govt. employees(working/retired) etc. Sr. Citizen who are already getting any kind of Medical benefit should be given option to choose either National Medical Benefit Scheme or the existing Scheme of their employers or otherwise. I am sure, this will encourage family members of such people to associate with AAP more  

View all 33 comments Below 33 comments
I set up a Facebook profile where I can post my pictures, videos and events and I want to add you as a friend so you can see it. First, you need to join Facebook! Once you join, you can also create your own profile.


To sign up for Facebook, follow the link below:

Already have an account? Add this email address to your account:

This message was sent to
bbaeqstrtr@localcirclesmail.com">www.send_newpost++iygxmqgxqsfd++bbaeqstrtr@localcirclesmail.com. If you don't want to receive these emails from Facebook in the future or have your email address used for friend suggestions, please follow the link below to unsubscribe.
Facebook, Inc., Attention: Department 415, PO Box 10005, Palo Alto, CA 94303
Thank you Shiv Avtar Agarwalji, but don't belittle own self as being a small fly or small fry. It is the quality of effort that matters rather than the size or numbers.

Once the quality is visible, the size and numbers would naturally add up.

We are all familiar with school time moral stories that we read and tried to understand that an ant, though is a minuscule being when in its group formation can annihilate the mighty serpent.

So, it is the undivided quality of effort that matters more than anything to achieve the task, however difficult or influencing its ill effects.

Hope we would all succeed in our efforts and can get adequate quality support to be able to change the erring system and see the daylight of peace, harmony, security, justice and dignity of living. more  
You are right Shiv Avtar Agarwalji, the system as whole needs to be revamped for a better change and value in dignity of living with honesty and sincerety.

I have been fighting on the counts mentioned in my earlier post against the illegalities but have now exhausted my resources. As you have rightly put, it is not an easy task to bring a wholesome change in a short span and an individual can't cope with the thrust of illegalities practiced with such abundan to even sacrifice justice to favor a few influential entities that practice such criminality.

It is also practically difficult for an individual to gather or muster support for the cause of fighting injustice when even like minded people don't venture to join together in the fight.

But we are that part of human race who practice more of tolerance and often than never become the sacrificial goat that we rarely venture out for the good and right cause.

However, being a positive thinking persons, we do sport 'hope' for that elusive change that could transform living into a world of real paradise. more  
Talking of 'honesty', Mr. Shiv Avatar Agarwalji, who will define what 'honesty' is?

Are the banks honest when they invoke their money power (actually it is the public money they flaunt unquestioned) to dodge, deceiver and conspire to evade their responsibilities and legal bindings?

Are the insurance companies (specially those who are part of a group which is dominated by a bank) 'honest' when they file fake, fabricated, forged documents which speak of tell tale signs of tampering with evidence of forgery to destroy evidence?

Are the police honest who ignore documents which prima facie speak of criminal conspiracy, breach of trust, fraud, cheating, fabrication and forgery to save the accused persons?

Are the consumer courts honest who rule that the accused persons (bank , insurance co. +) are not at fault to mock a insurance in unconnected person's name while taking money from somebody else, mock a proposal for five moths and cancel when it comes for claim assuming false reasons and after five months when as per IRDA an insurance can be rejected within 3 days and should issue a policy within 10 days otherwise, ignore bank's deceptive act of admitting specific insurance but does not get it insured only to mock through its group co. which does not have such a policy, ignore fake documents which are engineered to mock a loan co-applicant when there is no loan co-applicant, contain forged signatures, and also glaringly show tell tale signs of attempts to tamper and destroy evidence?

Are the state and national consumer commissions honest to impart justice when they say that banks can impose a co-applicant of loan to be insured even when there is no loan co-applicant, that banks and insurance companies are right to file fake, fabricated, forged
documents to escape and evade legal responsibilities so that the already victimized customer can be further traumatized?

Although no offense is meant, it is better to contribute the expertise gained from experience for the benefit of others and with concrete steps or proposals than to just blacken the white sheet.

It remains a fact that Sr. Citizens would continue to be an ignored lot and a subject of discussions, agreements - disagreements but no relief. more  
As far as the ways to get Govt. consider the plight of Sr. Citizens and the need to provide for them, I'm of the opinion that no avenue should be left untapped.

A political party could be approached at this juncture considering the strategic timing of electioneering but how far a political party considers Sr. Citizens group as a possible vote bank for them to tap is a million dollar question.

In my opinion, all Govt. departments that assume responsibilities of welfare of citizens should be sent a memorandum to draw their focus on the needs of addressing the Sr. Citizens. To this end, all bureaucrats from top to bottom may be approached.

Political parties are staged performers whose only objective and purpose is to showcase themselves to the power house of Govt. formations but seldom worry about their responsibilities to ensure security, justice, welfare and rights of dignity to live which the constitution and fundamental rights have laid down.

It may be a good idea to keep the President of the Country too in the loop.

Anther factor that could act as a catalyst is to tap the media resources whose coverage on a regular and continues basis could move the otherwise cold footed Govt. departments who generally brush a Sr. Citizen matter away to a dust bin. more  
Post a Comment

Related Posts

    • Government should be committed to population control

      Today, what stands between India and high prosperity index is the huge population, which still continues to increase at alarming level. To control the population growth, Prime Minister M...

      By N.S. Venkataraman

      When the world was attacked by COVID 19 and with no proven drug/vaccine available xfor treating the infected people, social distancing between individuals was advocated as immediate solution to sol...

      By N.S. Venkataraman

      Now, it appears that both the governments and the public are tired of lockdown. It appears that people have reconciled themselves to live with COVID 19, just as they have been living wi...

      By N.S. Venkataraman

      It is highly depressing to read news about the local people’s objection to bury / cremate the corona infected deceased persons in their locality. This is happening all over India and par...

      By N.S. Venkataraman

      A team of management professional, technologists , trader with long experience in their respective field have put their heads together and arrived at suggestions for lifting the lockdown in the f...

      By N.S. Venkataraman

      As we celebrate International women’s Day, it is surprising that no one seem to be talking about the practice of polygamy where one man marries several women. This is one of the most uncivil...

      By N.S. Venkataraman

      Almost all section of Indian media and most of the critics have blamed the Delhi police for the riots for two days ,when many innocent lives were lost and many were injured and large scale propert...

      By N.S. Venkataraman
    • Someone get this chimpanzee booked

      He is openly challenging Delhi Police and Govt of India. "Trump के जाने तक तो हम शांति से जा रहे। लेकिन उसके बाद हम आपकी भी नही सुनेगे. सड़कें खाली करवाइए तब तक।" "Till Trump...

      By Rajesh Suri
    • Hiow to deal with motivated agitators and terrorists ?

      For the last several days, some members of the Islamic group have been agitating against CAA. Now they are blocking roads in Delhi, Chennai and other places, though the government has assured that ...

      By N.S. Venkataraman
    • Lessons for bjp

      3 lessons for BJP after Delhi: 1) Ideological issues must be supplemented by a solid governance agenda 2) There has to be a vibrant local unit with mohalla presence, & not mer...

      By Rajesh Suri
    • Divisive campaigns have no place in aspirationals

      It was बिजली, पानी, शिक्षा, सुरक्षा chunav till a few weeks ago & then Shaheenbagh became the centrepiece of BJP’s campaign.For weeks women of shaheenbagh were demonised.If exit poll num...

      By Sonal Das
Enter your email & mobile number and we will send you the instructions

Note - The email can sometime gets delivered to the spam folder, so the instruction will be send to your mobile as well

Please select a Circle that you want people to invite to.
Invite to
(Maximum 500 email ids allowed.)