Varanasi local circle
If any of you are from Varanasi (based in or out of Varanasi), here is the invite to the local circle connecting the citizens of Varanasi supporting Narendra Modi.
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As usual and normal for CONGRESS PARTY , this is its misinformation campaign run by its DIRTY TRICKS DEPARTMENT . Factual position is under .
Modh Ghanchi community was included in the OBC list of Gujrat under Baxi Commission norms by the state social justice and empowerment department's Govt Resolution(GR)on 25/07/1994 while Congress party's Chhabildas Mehta was CM . At that time Shakti Singh Gohil of Congress was the minister concerned . Govt of india included Modh ghanchi community in OBC list by notification in extraordinary gazette No. 246 Dt,06/09/2001 ( one month before Modi became CM ). After inclussion of Modh Ghanchi in the central OBC list , Guj.rat Govt.'s social justice and empowerment dept. issued a revised central OBC list in Jan 2002 .which GOHIL is now reffering to .
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soon the results are out
we wish his good health, wealth and prosperity
long live mr narendra modi in the interest of hindus and HINDU COMMUNITY
WE LIVE IN HISDUSTAN AND WE ALL SUPPORT MR NARENDRA MODI
On Fri, May 9, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Bharatiya Janata Party <
Yesterday Shaktisinh Gohil, the leader of the Gujarat Congress alleged that Narendra Modi had committed a âpaapâ of including his own community into the OBC list and thus changed his stature from upper caste to OBC.
Does the Congress Party believe that every time a caste is added to the OBC list it is a âpaapâ? In any case the âModh Ghanchiâ was added as an OBC in Gujarat on 25th July 1994 by the Congress Party government headed by Chhabildas Mehta and in the Mandal Commission list by the Government of India on 4th April 2000. Both these events took place much before Narendra Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Do Constitutional Institutions have an immunity from criticism
I do not subscribe to the view that merely because an institution is created by the constitution, it cannot be criticised. Criticism is a way of life. To err is human. Criticism can be intended to put the institution to notice that either the current incumbent or future successors correct the error into which the institution has fallen.
Courts, Election Commission, Prime Ministers, Council of Ministers, Parliament and bodies like the CAG are all creations of the Constitution. They are manned by men either selected or elected. History is a witness to the monumental errors that some of them have committed.
In England the Law Lords have held that even judgements of courts can be criticized. Justice is not a cloistered virtue. It must continue to suffer scrutiny. Lord Dennings the celebrated British Judge always maintained that judgements must be criticized since judges can go wrong and need to put on notice. The Indian judges have held that their decisions can be criticized but donât impute motives of doubtful integrity on the Judge. When a British paper published a photograph of three English Law Lords upside down with a caption âThose Old Foolsâ as a protest against their judgement, the House of Lords refused to take contempt action. One of the Law Lords later commented âHow is it contempt? Old I am and my wisdom is a matter of opinionâ.
S. Mulgaonkar and Shyam Lal the two leading editors criticized the Judges and the judgement in the Habeas Corpus case delivered during the Emergency. They accused the court of timidity. They were charged for contempt. The contempt notice was discharged after a hearing. The Supreme Court held that the intention of Mulgaonkar and Shyam Lal was to strengthen the institution rather than weaken it and hence there was no contempt.
In the past I led a campaign against a member of the Election Commission on grounds of lack of impartiality. The Chief Election Commissioner was asked to report on a petition signed by Members of Parliament. He upheld my charges. The Congress government in whose favour the bias was alleged refused to process the recommendation of the CEC.
Prime Ministers, Ministers, Speakers of the Lok Sabha and their rulings are regularly criticized. MPs are ripped apart frequently. The CAG has not even spared either. Where does one get the proposition that merely because you are a creation of the Constitution, there is immunity from criticism.
I have rightly criticized the Election Commission for failure to check booth capturing. I am convinced that to deny Narendra Modi the right to hold a rally in his constituency is both unfair and a denial of a right to campaign. Both the Returning Officer and the Election Commission have been rightly criticized for this blunder so that in future their successors do not fall into the same error. I do not subscribe to a vague notion of self censorship based on an inter-institutional courtesy.
My advice to the Returning Officer is that by denying the right to hold a rally he cannot restrict Modiâs campaign. Yesterdayâs events proved that unfairness of the Returning Officer was given a fitting reply by the people of Varanasi. more