Thursday, July 28, 2016

HINDU RADICALS DISPENSE JUSTICE ON STREET DEFYING AUTHORITIES...

#Beef #GauRakshak #GauMata #BeafRumour #CowVigilantes

THIS IS HOW INDIA WILL SHINE AND LEAD THE WORLD....


No doubt that the cow has been the sacred animal for humans as it has been the best domesticated help to the mankind since old ages. For Hindus the cow has special place in their hearts as it is called, Gau-mata, mother cow.
LAW IN THE HANDS OF COW VIGILANTES

WHO CARES FOR THE AUTHORITIES HERE?

After BJP came to power, the cow has become holier than human. So much so, that the cow has achieved the status of becoming Goddess in India now. The law has also been enacted to protect cows and against its slaughter by the various state governments. In those particular states, the new groups have sprung up known as, Gau Rakshak (Cow-protectors, vigilantes) in the wake of new cow culture that has been taking up nationwide roots rapidly.

The frenzy to save holy mother cow has gone beyond mental comprehension that the humans are beaten up mercilessly by these so called rakshaks in the broad day light under the nose of the local law and order authorities and in some cases in the presence of local police. Look at the audacity of such radicals as to how they challenge the authorities and the governments rebelliously. These groups make their own mental assessments of the cases within few minutes based on rumors as is usually aired in the news channels, take laws in their own hands and dispense justices there and then by beating people in Indian roads and streets openly and not sparing even women in the process. As if they are the laws…
TWO WOMEN WERE THRASHED ON COW RUMOR

GAU-RAKSHAK SHOW THEIR EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE
The matter has reverberated and been discussed in Indian parliament too as this NEW NATIONAL PROBLEM has crossed way ahead of tolerance point. We often hear speeches about country’s growth and development from our present political leaders of the ruling party. Is this how our country is being developed? Is this how our nation can lead the world as predicted by OUR PM, NARENDRA MODI?


I could not believe when I read the statistics that the export of beef in India has gone up after BJP government came to power in the center? How could it happen without killing cows?

Sunday, July 17, 2016

THE FARMERS WHO GROW FOOD FOR THE NATION ARE DYING OF STARVATION.

#IndianFarmers #Starvation #

WHERE IS THAT INDIA THAT WAS KNOWN TO BE THE LAND OF FARMERS?

FOOD GIVER LOOKS FOR FOOD!

The following article about the miserable conditions of Indian farmers is enough to bleed our hearts. It is beyond comprehension, term after after we the voters, opt for inhuman politicians who are chiefly responsible for what the Indian farmers are going through who literally do nothing for the food producers of our nation. 
Dear friends,
here is an article I wrote after my recent visit to drought hit Bundelkhand. Would appreciate you feedback. Also let me know if you would like to contribute to Swaraj Abhiyan's work in that area.
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NARENDRA BISHT
Endless Wait A widowed woman seen in her home in Lalitpur, Bundelkhand, in Uttar Pradesh
OPINION
The Footsteps Of A Famine
A visit to Bundelkhand reveals a chilling state of affairs—one wrought in equal amount by nature, state negligence and policy failure
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Her answer still rings in my ears. “Bhaiyya, saawan ke mahine me ek paav daal laye thhe”(Brother, we last bought 250 grams of dal during the rains). I had asked her when was the last time she cooked dal for her family. This was village Mastapur in Tikamgarh district, Madhya Pradesh, which shares its border with Uttar Prad­esh, where the pitiless terrain of the old Bundelkhand region extends. I asked this question to every woman I met during this visit. Usually there was an awkward pause followed by a smile or laughter (“don’t you know the price, babuji?”), but not a single woman claimed that her family consumed dal daily or even regularly.
I was travelling with my Swaraj Abhiyan colleagues to various villages in drought-affected Bundelkhand that lies across MP and UP, trying to listen to the footsteps of famine. This was our third visit to Bundelkhand in as many months. The first was in October, when we travelled over 4,500 km through the worst drought-affected districts of the country—from Karnataka to Haryana. Till then we had only read about the plight of farmers in Marathwada. And what we saw was depressing. But nothing had prepared us for what we encountered in Bunde­lkhand. It was not just this drought. It was the third successive crop fai­lure for this region. Drought in 2014 was followed by hailstorm during the winter crop of 2015 and then another drought in 2015. The last decade and half has seen nearly ten droughts. This drought was the proverbial last straw.
We came back after a couple of weeks to conduct a thorough survey, just in case our own impressions had deceived us. The survey (in collaboration with a local NGO, Parmarth) in 108 villages on the UP side of the border confirmed our worst suspicions: in the month preceding the survey, 60 per cent rural families could not offer milk to their children; 39 per cent had had no dal; 40 per cent reported distress sale of cattle; and 27 per cent had sold or pawned their ornaments in the last eight months. The survey did not catch national media attention, except for some sensational reports on the use of fikar—rotis made of a traditional, wild substitute for wheat and rice­—by some rural poor, mostly adivasis.
More than ever, farmers and their families are being driven towards big cities in search of daily wage jobs—once the sole preserve of the landless.
This is when we learnt the hard truth: drought is not glamorous. Unlike floods, it does not yield powerful television footage. Images of parched fields, the cliche of drought reporting, are exceptions rather than the rule. Unlike earthquakes, it doesn’t happen in a single stroke. No breaking news, therefore. Rather a gradual, continuous unfolding. It’s cruelly selective, almost Darwinian: it quietly grabs the poorest, the most vulnerable. Calamities and accidents get their stage time on the basis of how much we can empathise. Turns out not a huge amount for  much of the Indian middle class.
This time we were returning after activists in that area reported further worsening of the situation. Now, drought was visible. Vast stretches of barren, unsown land greeted us. In districts like Tikamgarh and Chh­attarpur in MP and Mahoba and Hamirpur in UP, most farmers have simply left their land fallow, for it’s pointless to sow expensive seeds in cruel, moistureless soil. This would be the fourth successive crop loss for the farmers. This may not be the end of their woes. Scientists tell us that climate change is resulting in higher frequency of “ext­reme weather events”. Climate change is compounding the agrarian crisis.
Hundreds of ravenous stray cattle, mostly cows, scourging the field for some straw or tree leaves, announce the arrival of a village. ‘Anna pratha’ (letting off cattle) is an old tradition in Bundelkhand. But villagers tell you that this year the number of cows let loose exceeds anything in the past. As you look at those ­exhausted, lowing cows, those loud TV debates on cow slaughter and beef consumption begin to sound fake and so removed from the real India. For the cattle, this is slaughter by other means.
One of the first sights inside every village is a hand pump with a long queue of aluminium utensils. Villagers take you to dry and drying wells. The famous ponds of Bundelkhand are drying one after another. Village elders confirm that they have never seen reservoirs so dry. It’s not because the rainfall this year was the worst ever. Bundelkhand falls in a rain-shadow area and has seen worse droughts than this. But depletion of forests, neglect of ponds and large-scale stone-mining has left this eco-region more vulnerable to drought than ever before. This is winter. You don’t dare ask the villagers what the situation might be like in the months of April and May.

Bereft Monju Aharwar, 70, sits hopeless in his land in Tikamgarh in Madhya Pradesh. (Photograph by Sanjay Rawat)
A walk inside the village takes you to locked houses, many more than ever before. Seasonal migration is not new to the people here. The rural poor migrate to Indore, Surat, Delhi and NCR area and all the way from Uttarakhand to Tamil Nadu in search of work. This year, the landless labour have been joined by small and middle farmers. At Jhansi station I met this owner of 12 acres of land, a prosperous farmer by nat­ional standards, leaving for Delhi with his wife and three children in search of daily wage labour. In village after village, you see only a few able-bodied men—mostly just old parents waiting for remittance. You wonder what happens to those families where remittances do not arrive. And you recall Amartya Sen’s theory that famine is not caused by lack of foodgrains but by lack of purchasing power.
And what about the state? Harsh Mander, ­activist and ex-IAS officer from MP and one of the Supreme Court-appointed food commissioners, ­reminds us that drou­ght—besides elections and kumbh melas­—used to be a test for bur­ea­ucracy. Extraordinary times when it couldn’t afford its  business-as-usual approach. No sign of that in Bundel­khand, whether in MP or UP. There were some exceptions. Some activity had begun in UP when we visited it last. But by and large the state is abs­ent when it is needed most.
Although there is an official drought manual that mandates contingency plans in such situations, the state governments are at a loss about how to help.
It’s not as if they don’t know what to do. From the days of the Raj, every state has had its Famine Code that spells out the steps to be taken during a drought. Since 2009 the government has a Manual for Drought Management that meticulously lists all that the Centre and states need to do to cope with a drought. Yet there is little sign of any preparedness, let alone action. The Drought Manual mandates a contingency plan for water and crop substitution at the district level. It did not seem to exist in most places. There is no urgency about repairing water pumps and little forward planning for the coming summer. Yes, the PDS exists and the children are getting their mid-day meals (though no education) in the schools. Madhya Pradesh is better than UP in this respect, for it has implemented the National Food Security Act. But scores of poor households in each village complain they have no ration cards. And women tell you that their quota of ration (5 kg per person per month) lasts barely a week. There is no special action yet on the ground to provide any additional ration during this period when stocks are running out. The next crop, if all goes well, is still about 10 months away.
And if you thought NREGA was meant to provide employment during such emergencies, you are mistaken. The employment guarantee scheme that originated in Maharashtra precisely to counter drought is not much in evidence—and mostly not dovetailed to this objective. There were some signs of NREGA works in UP, but none in MP. As for crop loss compensation and crop insurance, the less said the better. UP is still to pay the meagre compensation for crop loss during last year’s hailstorm. MP is faster but most of it is mired in local corruption.
We are back in the city. Running water in washbasin; a full thali looks obscene. Drought doesn’t exist for the media. We are discussing the weather: it might affect the odd-even scheme. My mind is still fixated on the other odd-even scheme in Bundel­khand: odd day you get to eat, even day you don’t. During a press conference, a smart journalist gets up; “Are you playing politics? Preparing for elections?” Yes, I wish to say. They are planning to give representation to animals in Parliament and I am planning to contest that election.

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A drought sweeps over north India and makes the lives of the rural poor even more precarious than usual, the Indian Metereological Association struck the word ‘drought’ off its official vocabulary, replacing it with the phrase ‘largely deficient’. So severe droughts will now be announced as ‘largely deficient’ years. This comes six months after it predicted one of the worst monsoons for India last year

Sunday, April 24, 2016

WATERLESS INDIA OR LIFELESS INDIA!

 #Drought #India #WaterShortage #Imd #IndianMeteorologicalDept #FarmersSuicide #BankLoans


THIS IS HOW THE CORRUPT POLITICIANS AND BUREAUCRATS PAY YOU BACK IN INDIA!



There have been predictions of deficient and sufficient rainfalls in India that are contrary to each other by the weather dept of the country, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). In 2016, we have witnessed the worse ever droughts in many states of our nation so much so the water had to be sourced to the affected regions via trains and tankers on regular basis. 


Army personnel guard the Munak canal, near the village of Bindroli, in Haryana

Bundelkhand.
What a sight, the water is travelling in Indian trains! Though it may look strange but this has been done in the past. Haven't we taken lessons from our earlier mistakes. If we are facing the same problems of acute water shortage then what have we achieved all these years? Were we sleeping in air-conditioned rooms?  It's been on air on almost every channel how the villagers are hunting for water (life) and the situation is so grave in some areas that the water bodies are being guarded by armed forces at places by the local governments. In Bundelkhand, drought-hit, gunmen have been hired to guard water body of potable water.



If you look at the shocking statistics that keep appearing you would be horrified to learn that about 330 million Indians have been affected by this year's drought as has been reported by media. Lots of channels have been to ground zeroes to cover stories on this grave issue of water deficiency right on the center stage of our so called developed nation. Shouldn't we throw that tag of developed nation aside we have been chanting about in pride on and off?



Wherever drought has hit you would notice that for miles and miles the stretches of lands are treeless more or less. Majorly, this situation has been carved deftly by our own hands by chopping trees mercilessly in the name of development and also not taking enough measures for water conservation, tree planting drives and last but not the least is the massive corruption in irrigation depts though there are multiple other factors of water shortage. 


Mind it fellows, this is no nature calamity but a grave dug by our own hands. Every year we spend millions on awareness campaigns as to how important water conservation is for all of us. Do we really care for it? 

There are hundreds of corrupt politicians and bureaucrats who acquire key positions in the state governance who are actually to be blamed for this utterly sorry state of our country. There are scores of corrupt charges and cases against them yet nothing really happens to them to curb corrupt practices for they easily get away without being punished. HAIL LOOPHOLES OF THE SYSTEM WE LIVE IN! Do you see how the tax payers money does disappear into their overseas accounts.


Water train brings 25 lakh litres of water to drought-affected Latur, Maharashtra India 

I had read a special write up on irrigation scams in Maharashtra wherein the nexus of politicians, bureaucrats and Govt. Contractors who had amassed wealth illegally and shared the booty among themselves since 1984 till 2014 that was meant to be spent on irrigation projects in Maharashtra to get the water supplied to the parched land of the farmers who became poor to poorer under bank debts to make their ends meet. It's beyond our comprehension that the central govt sent about 74000 Crores to Mahrashtra's respective governments for number of irrigation projects that kept on raising its cost in the range of 700% to 7000% in some cases due to intentional delays and surprisingly not a single project has been completed till date and some of them didn't even exist in reality but on official papers.



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पानी आजकल सुर्खियों में है
जिधर देखो छाया हुआ है पानी
पत्रकार डिबेट कर रहे हैं
अदालत फैसले सुना रहे हैं

बुद्धिजीवियों का चल रहा है चिंतन मंथन
कोई सीख दिये जा रहा है
जल ही जीवन है,बूंद बूंद पानी की कद्र करो
क्या क्या तुम करो और क्या न करो

यक़ीनन पानी एक गम्भीर विषय तो बन ही गया है
न जाने कितनों को ये प्यासा रख रहा है
कितनों से क्या क्या करवा रहा है
और ये है कि सुनने का नाम ही नही ले रहा है

तेल की जगह टैंकरों में पानी आ जा रहे है आजकल
उछलते कूदते नदियों में चलनेवाला
अनगिनत जीवों को बसेरा देनेवाला
खुद ही ट्रेन की सवारी कर रहा है आजकल

आखिर क्यों हो रहा है ये सब
ये कहीं कोई चेतावनी तो नही
सरल सुलभ हर जगह दिखनेवाला
अदृश्य क्यों हो रहा है आजकल

भाई क्या करे आखिर धरती भी
विकास की अंधी दौड़ में पेड़ों का जो तुमने संहार किया है
जीव जन्तुओं का जो तुमने क़त्लेआम किया है
परिणाम तो उसका कुछ होगा ही

क़ीमत पानी की नही प्रकृति की समझो
पानी तो महज एक हिस्सा है
गर यूँही खेलते रहे तुम धरती से
फिर क़यामत को तैयार रहो

पानी आजकल सुर्खियों में है
जिधर देखो छाया हुआ है पानी
पत्रकार डिबेट कर रहे हैं
अदालत फैसले सुना रहे हैं ।

हरि ॐ तत् सत्

कवि-प्रभुचरणदास कृष्णामृत प्रकाशित राममय सत्यश्री आचार्य राजीव आर्यनजी महाराज

Sunday, April 10, 2016

ONE DOESN'T FIND TRUST WORTHY LEADERS IN INDIA EVEN AFTER 69 YEARS...

#JumleBaaz #BluffMasters #IndianPolitics

THERE IS NO DEARTH OF JUMLEBAAZ & BLUFF MASTERS IN INDIAN POLITICS...

Look for one and one finds a huge pile of such incredible leaders. 

How aptly Mr. Rahat has described the ROTTEN STATUS of Indian Politics in a few sarcastic words... How true it sounds! I feel like to hug that writer whose words have inspired me to write on. The Indians must make sure they find the credible leaders and vote them to power in next elections. Multiple promises were made by PM to Indian voters before he came to power but they all seem like Jumlas now. He should have broken his silence on multiple national issues but unfortunately he chose to be quiet which sent wrong signal across nation. The very man who was vocal against the unbearable silence of former PM embraced silence is quite puzzling to me. 

I could not believe that the same person who looked so-so genuine during 2014 General Elections would wear wealth immediately (ten lac's suit) and feed bitter medicine to the countary after coming to power . No wonder why BJP is losing elections everywhere! 

The credit goes to the ONE MAN only sitting at the helm of affairs.

These so called leaders the nation has witnessed who wouldn't take even seconds to sell their conscience and motherland are chanting slogans, BHARAT MATA KI JAI' almost every day during their speeches. Moreover, they are defining who should be called patriots on this soil and who shouldn't be. Isn't this ludicrous that they are claiming themselves to be hardcore and pure loyalists to our nation.


















WHO BOTHERS FOR LITERAL SENSE OF SLOGANS HERE?

Sunday, January 31, 2016

COUNTLESS CHAIN OF TAXES IN INDIA. ..

#IndianTaxSystem

WHERE DOES THIS MONEY GO?

You would be shocked to learns there is literally where we are not paying the tax.

↗TAX STRUCTURE IN INDIA
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1) What r u doing?
Ans. : Business
Tax : PAY PROFESSIONAL TAX!

2) What r u doing in Business?
Ans. : Selling the Goods.
Tax : PAY SALES TAX!

3) From where r u getting Goods?
Ans. : From other Area / State / Abroad.
Tax : PAY CENTRAL SALES TAX, CUSTOM DUTY & OCTROI AND NOW LBT & LPT!

4) What r u getting in Selling Goods?
Ans. : Profit
Tax : PAY INCOME TAX!

How do you distribute profit ?
Ans. : By way of dividend
Tax : Pay DIVIDEND DISTRIBUTION TAX!

5) Where r u Manufacturing the Goods?
Ans. : Factory
Tax : PAY EXCISE DUTY!

6) Do u have Office / Warehouse / Factory?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY MUNICIPAL & FIRE TAX!

7) Do you have Staff?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY STAFFS PROFESSIONAL TAX!

8) Doing business in Millions?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY TURNOVER TAX!
Ans. : No
Tax : Then pay MINIMUM ALTERNATE TAX (MAT)

9) R u taking out over 25,000 Cash from Bank?
Ans. : Yes, for Salary
Tax : PAY CASH HANDLING TAX!

10) Where r u lodging your client?
Ans. : Hotel
Tax : PAY LUXURY TAX!

11) R u going Out of Station for Business?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY FRINGE BENEFIT TAX!

12) Hav u taken or given any Service/s?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY SERVICE TAX!

13) How come u got such a Big Amount?
Ans. : Gift on Birthday
Tax : PAY GIFT TAX!

14) Do u have any Wealth?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY WEALTH TAX!

15) To reduce tension, for entertainment, where are you going?
Ans. : Cinema or Resort
Tax : PAY ENTERTAINMENT TAX!

16) Hav u purchased House?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY STAMP DUTY & REGISTRATION FEE!

17) How u Travel?
Ans: Bus
Tax : PAY SURCHARGE!

18) Any Additional Tax?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY EDUCATION CESS, SECONDARY & HIGHER EDUCATION CESS & SURCHARGE ON ALL THE CENTRAL GOVT. TAXES !!!

 19) Delayed any time Paying Any Tax?
Ans. : Yes
Tax : PAY INTEREST & PENALTY!

20) Do you want growth of India.?
Ans. : Of course, Yes
Tax : Then pay ELECTRICITY TAX, WATER TAX, ROAD TAX, ETC. ETC.

 21) INDIAN : Can I die now?
 Ans. : Wait we are about to launch the FUNERAL TAX!

Very correct, I request everybody, please forward this valuable bit of information in your circle.

Similarly, There are countless illustrations that can simply display the qualities of our INCREDIBLE INDIA.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

HOW DOES PETROL PRICE IS DETERMINED IN INDIA IS HERE . ..

#PetrolPrice

TEL KE PICHHE KA KHEL. .

देश में पेट्रोल की कीमत कैसे तय होती है, उसकी पूरी प्रोसेस-

कच्चे तेल की वर्तमान कीमत = 50 डॉलर प्रति बेरेल।
(जहाँ,  $1 = 63/-
और 1 बेरेल = 159 लीटर )

यानी, $50 = Rs.3150/-

1 लिटर कच्चा तेल भारत खरीदता है (3150/159) =19.80 रुपयों में।

1 लिटर पेट्रोल बनाने के लिए लगने वाला कच्चा तेल -
0.96 लीटर @19.80/- = 19.00/-

अब कच्चे तेल में से एक लीटर पेट्रोल बनाने की फिक्स्ड कीमत होती है 6 रूपये (ट्रांसपोर्टेशन मिलाकर)

यानी, 19.00 रूपये + फिक्स्ड कीमत, 6 रूपये = 25.00 रूपये में एक लिटर पेट्रोल बनता है।

अब उसमे केंद्र सरकार के टेक्स लगता है, 25% यानी 6 रूपये।
यानी 25 + 6 = 31 रूपये।

और उपर से फिर राज्य सरकार के टेक्स जैसे VAT,
जिसे हम एवरेज 15% गिने तो होते है 5 रूपये यानी कुल मिलाकर होते है 36 रूपये।

और आखिर में पेट्रोल पंप डीलरो को पर लीटर 90 पैसे कमिशन दिया जाता है तो होते है कुल 37 रूपये।

लेकिन फिर भी आज हमे 69/- प्रति लीटर में पेट्रोल मिल रहा है॥

कृपया कड़ी मेहनत से प्राप्त हुई ये जानकारी देश के हर एक नागरिक तक पहुँचाने की कोशिश करे ।
शान है या छलावा

पूरे  भारत  मे एक ही  जगह ऐसी  है  जहा खाने  की चीजें  सबसे सस्ती है


चाय = 1.00

सुप = 5.50

दाल= 1.50

खाना =2.00

चपाती  =1.00

चिकन= 24.50

डोसा = 4.00

बिरयानी=8.00

मच्छी= 13.00

ये  सब चीजें  सिर्फ  गरीबो के  लिए  है
और ये सब Available है  Indian Parliament Canteen मे


और  उन  गरीबो की  पगार है
80,000 रूपये  महीना वो  भी  बिना income tax के

आपके mobile मे जितने  भी  नम्बर save है  सबको forwardकरे ताकि  सबको  पता  चले  …

कि यही कारण  है  कि  इन्हे  लगता है  कि जो  आदमी  30 या 32 रूपये  रोज  कमाता है  वो गरीब  नही है
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Saturday, January 23, 2016

THERE IS CERTAIN TRUTH IN THE FOLLOWING SARCASTIC STORY OF PM'S BULLET TRAIN. ..

#BulletTrain



यह कहानी मेरे दिल के बहुत करीब है जरूर पढ़े और कमेंट्स भी लिखे

जैसे ही ट्रेन रवाना होने को हुई, एक औरत और उस का पति एक ट्रंक लिए डिब्बे में घुस पडे़। दरवाजे के पास ही औरत तो बैठ गई पर आदमी चिंतातुर खड़ा था। जानता था कि उसके पास जनरल टिकट है और ये रिज़र्वेशन डिब्बा है। टीसी को टिकट दिखाते उसने हाथ जोड़ दिए।

"ये जनरल टिकट है। अगले स्टेशन पर जनरल डिब्बे में चले जाना। वरना आठ सौ की रसीद बनेगी।" कह टीसी आगे चला गया।

पति-पत्नी दोनों बेटी को पहला बेटा होने पर उसे देखने जा रहे थे।

सेठ ने बड़ी मुश्किल से दो दिन की छुट्टी और सात सौ रुपये एडवांस दिए थे। बीबी व लोहे की पेटी के साथ जनरल बोगी में बहुत कोशिश की पर घुस नहीं पाए थे। लाचार हो स्लिपर क्लास में आ गए थे।

"साब, बीबी और सामान के साथ जनरल डिब्बे में चढ़ नहीं सकते। हम यहीं कोने में खड़े रहेंगे। बड़ी मेहरबानी होगी।"

टीसी की ओर सौ का नोट बढ़ाते हुए कहा।

"सौ में कुछ नहीं होता।आठ सौ निकालो वरना उतर जाओ।"

"आठ सौ तो गुड्डो की डिलिवरी में भी नहीं लगे साब। नाती को देखने जा रहे हैं। गरीब लोग हैं, जाने दो न साब।" अब कि बार पत्नी ने कहा।

"तो फिर ऐसा करो, चार सौ निकालो। एक की रसीद बना देता हूँ, दोनों बैठे रहो।"

"ये लो साब, रसीद रहने दो।दो सौ रुपये बढ़ाते हुए आदमी बोला।

"नहीं-नहीं रसीद दो बनानी ही पड़ेगी। देश में बुलेट ट्रेन जो आ रही है। एक लाख करोड़ का खर्च है। कहाँ से आयेगा इतना पैसा? रसीद बना-बना कर ही तो जमा करना है। ऊपर से आर्डर है।रसीद तो बनेगी ही। चलो, जल्दी चार सौ निकालो वरना स्टेशन आ रहा है, उतर कर जनरल बोगी में चले जाओ।" इस बार कुछ डांटते हुए टीसी बोला।

आदमी ने चार सौ रुपए ऐसे दिए मानो अपना कलेजा निकाल कर दे रहा हो। पास ही खड़े दो यात्री बतिया रहे थे। "ये बुलेट ट्रेन क्या बला है ?"

"बला नहीं जादू है जादू। बिना पासपोर्ट के जापान की सैर। जमीन पर चलने वाला हवाई जहाज है, और इसका किराया भी हबाई सफ़र के बराबर होगा, बिना रिजर्वेशन उसे देख भी लो तो चालान हो जाएगा। एक लाख करोड़ का प्रोजेक्ट है। राजा हरिश्चंद्र को भी ठेका मिले तो बिना एक पैसा खाये खाते में करोड़ों जमा हो जाए।
सुना है, "अच्छे दिन" इसी ट्रेन में बैठकर आनेवाले हैं।"

उन की इन बातों पर आस पास के लोग मजा ले रहे थे। मगर वे दोनों पति-पत्नी उदास रुआंसे ऐसे बैठे थे मानो नाती के पैदा होने पर नहीं उसके सोग में जा रहे हो। कैसे एडजस्ट करेंगे ये चार सौ रुपए? क्या वापसी की टिकट के लिए समधी से पैसे मांगना होगा?

नहीं-नहीं।

आखिर में पति बोला- "सौ- डेढ़ सौ तो मैं ज्यादा लाया ही था। गुड्डो के घर पैदल ही चलेंगे। शाम को खाना नहीं खायेंगे। दो सौ तो एडजस्ट हो गए। और हाँ, आते वक्त पैसिंजर से आयेंगे। सौ रूपए बचेंगे। एक दिन जरूर ज्यादा लगेगा। सेठ भी चिल्लायेगा। मगर मुन्ने के लिए सब सह लूंगा। मगर फिर भी ये तो तीन सौ ही हुए।"

"ऐसा करते हैं, नाना-नानी की तरफ से जो हम सौ-सौ देनेवाले थे न, अब दोनों मिलकर सौ देंगे। हम अलग थोड़े ही हैं। हो गए न चार सौ एडजस्ट।"

पत्नी के कहा। "मगर मुन्ने के कम करना और पति की आँख छलक पड़ी।

"मन क्यूँ भारी करते हो जी। गुड्डो जब मुन्ना को लेकर घर आयेंगी; तब दो सौ ज्यादा दे देंगे।" कहते हुए उसकी आँख भी छलक उठी।
फिर आँख पोंछते हुए बोली- "अगर मुझे कहीं मोदीजी मिले तो कहूंगी-" इतने पैसों की बुलेट ट्रेन चलाने के बजाय, इतने पैसों से हर ट्रेन में चार-चार जनरल बोगी लगा दो, जिससे न तो हम जैसों को टिकट होते हुए भी जलील होना पड़े और ना ही हमारे मुन्ने के सौ रुपये कम हो। उसकी आँख फिर छलके पड़ी।

"अरी पगली, हम गरीब आदमी हैं, हमें मोदीजी को वोट देने का तो अधिकार है, पर सलाह देने का नहीं। रो मत"

कहानी का नाम✏

बुलेट ट्रेन

Monday, January 11, 2016

RECENT BOMBAY HIGH COURT JUDGMENT GOES IN FAVOR OF CRIMINALS...

#IndianHighcourt #IndianJudiciary

BOMBAY HIGH COURT CLEARS DECK FOR MARRIED MEN WHO EXPLOIT GIRLS. .. NOW MARRIED MEN CAN ENTRAP GIRLS & GET AWAY WITH CRIME...

Good news for all those married men who usually lure young girls  hiding their Marital Status and make false promises to establish sexual relations with vulnerable girls in India. A strange & incredible ruling from Mumbai High Court supported a married man who had caught a young collegian in his sexual trap.

In this case, the girl was shocked to discover that her lover was living with his wife the day she had visited his residence unannounced. Mentally aggrieved & shocked to such an extent that she had committed suicide right after she got back home. Though she had exposed the married predator in her suicidal note that she left behind but the high court observed no criminality in it on married man's part and  chose to favor the married criminals in its controversial ruling than to offer justice to the family of innocent victims.

This judgment will no doubt make every married man happy who have committed this crime  and is facing trial in the court.  With this judgment in their favor the married people are likely to be encouraged to commit such crime that can help them get away with it.

In the times when women  are looking for their security in the country this would certainly  spur a nationwide debate on this issue. If this disturbing order is not challenged in the Supreme Court then the suicide notes of the victims would have no value in the Indian courts henceforth.

DELHI CM BOUNCES BACK AFTER CBI RAID IN HIS OFFICE ...

#DelhiCm #ArvindKejriwal #Ddca #ArunJaitley

Latest interview of Arvind Kejriwal by Barkha Dutt



When I watched this extremely bold &  interview I couldn't help watching it till end bcoz of his sheer strength that comes from his integrity. He challenges PM and CBI  both with aggressive audacity that comes from no where but his unblemished integrity.

A A MUST WATCH FOR EVERY INDIAN WHO HAS EXTENDED SUPPORT TO THIS GREAT LEADER IN THE MAKING. 

https://youtu.be/HywMYf1uqNo




Thursday, January 7, 2016

INDIAN SOLDIER VS INDIAN LAW MAKER

#Indian development #Indian politics  #IndianSoldier

कैसे विकास हो उस देश का.........


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सांसदो को परिवार के साथ रहते हुए भी हर साल पचास हजार phone call free..

 घर से हजारो km. दूर बैठे सैनिक को एक call भी free नही...

एक सांसद को फर्नीचर के लिए 75000 हजार रु,

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