Uma Bharti Ji, tussi great ho.
Union minister Uma Bharti has puzzled the environmentalists by suggesting electric crematoriums, used on the river banks, should be shut and that bodies must be burnt in a traditional way with minimum use of wood. The water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation minister, validated her statement by saying religious leaders have always disapproved use of electric crematoriums. The BJP MP from Jhansi made such a statement at a conference on "Cleaning of Indian Rivers" organised by Teri on Tuesday.
On another matter, when asked how did the 'tainted' leaders from other parties become acceptable once they entered BJP, Uma Bharti said, "Every river that flows into Ganga becomes sanctified." This means all tainted politicians of criminal background can become purified by joining BJP. more
Sunilji, thanks for appreciating my post. more
Uma bharti can not deliver goods . she is not that efficient enough . Modi ji has to take up the Ganga Cleaning Plan himself which he is doing
On Sunday, 12 October 2014 9:30 AM, Sunil Dutt Agrawal <firstname.lastname@example.org
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Vadehraji, the urge to learn arises when you are conscious about your shortcomings & limitations and humble enough to realize that such deficiency can be supplement from other sources. But if you think you need nothing to learn or you chose to discard knowledge, of a particular sphere, deliberately, no amount of expert lectures will help! Here it seems to be a case of consciously pandering a constituency which is tied to the traditional & opposed to reform, and instead of trying to reform that constituency expedience dictates that such a mind set be hardened! Another BJP group, on this same issue, will raise the flag of modernization and aspire to win the votes of both these divergent groups!? They are past masters at managing contradictions, for the sake of political expedience. But this also shows that the consideration of real politics, that is the need to garner votes, transcends the need to purify a sacred river!? more
Logic behind her argument is quite perplexing. My father was cremated in an electric crematorium at Punjabi Bagh, Delhi, after duly observing all the final rights. I find the electric cremation a lot less polluting and more environment friendly(uses very less firewood) than the conventional ones. more
What better can be expected from person who believe in imposing personal beliefs on the entire country. Unfortunate that such a person is made I charge of environment affairs. She should be attending conferences addressed by knowledgable environmentalists to get a hang of what environment is all about. more