Pakistan towards uncertain future

Pakistan’s national and provincial assemblies are being held under the shadow of bloody attacks and creepy conspiracies. The arrest of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam and the spate of terrorist attacks in Balochistan and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa have greatly increased the apprehension that some powerful parts of the Pakistani polity are affected by the electoral outcome Are intent

When the National Accountability Bureau sentenced Nawaz Sharif, his daughter and son-in-law on July 6, Maryam made a statement that ‘it is a small punishment to stand firmly in the face of unseen forces’. Maryam’s statement cannot be dismissed as a statement made in displeasure. Last year, Nawaz Sharif was removed from the post by the country’s largest court and now this decision has closed the door to the political career of his successor daughter. It has been said in the decision of the Bureau that till ten years after the completion of the sentence, these people will neither be able to contest elections nor take any post. Shahbaz Sharif, brother of Nawaz Sharif and three-time chief minister of Pakistan’s largest state, has also been banned. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, who became Prime Minister on behalf of his party after Nawaz Sharif stepped down as prime minister, was also disqualified by a Rawalpindi tribunal to contest the election and his nomination for the National Assembly was canceled. But at present he has got relief from Lahore High Court. Apart from these cases, some more candidates of different parties have been stopped. Hundreds of workers of Nawaz Sharif’s party are in jails and there are also efforts to limit the party’s campaign.

Attack On The Candidates

Not only this, the assassination and attacks on candidates and activists of some other parties have also given rise to the apprehension that efforts are being made to influence the election. On Saturday, Pakistan People’s Party leader Bilawal Bhutto was prevented from holding a rally in Peshawar on the pretext of security.

Now the question arises whether these fears are true? And rightly so, what are those forces which are interfering in the election with the use of governmental and judicial channels and terrorist gangs. Two facts are worth considering in this context. No prime minister in Pakistan’s history has been able to complete his full term of five years and so far it has happened only twice, when the ruling party has completed its term. When there was a peaceful transfer of power after the election to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz after the Pakistan People’s Party, it was hoped that Pakistan could get rid of unstable political history.

It is a well-known fact that Pakistan has always been ruled by the army and bureaucracy in which zamindars and industrialists play supporting roles. This alliance has always tried to suppress the governments that came to power democratically. One result of this effort is that Pakistan, Afghanistan and Kashmir are victims of terrible violence. The second result is that political parties have also been used by the army and fundamentalist gangs to fulfill their interests. From Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to Nawaz Sharif, Benazir Bhutto, Asif Ali Zardari and Imran Khan are also names in this connection. It is ironic that except Imran Khan, these leaders have also become victims of those forces themselves. Imran has just started, so maybe his turn will come too late. A strong wire of Pakistan’s unpopular politics and its foreign policy also connects with America and Saudi Arabia. Whenever there is a crisis in the country, the name of these two countries definitely comes.

However, we come to the book according to the current election. The Pakistani army is being told the most responsible for negative electoral movements. This charge is not baseless. When Ziaul Haq announced the removal of martial law and holding elections in 1988, it was his best effort that Benazir Bhutto could not get power. To avoid a possible victory of the Pakistan People’s Party, he also made a law that elections will not be held on party basis. But before the election, the military dictator died in an air crash. But to fulfill his master’s intentions, the army’s notorious intelligence agency ISI had set up a party and stood second.

When Musharraf seized power, Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif had to stay outside the country. This time General Musharraf has also been excluded from the election. The elements behind the scenes are placing bets on a player who may be democratic, be staunch and be an army puppet. In such a situation, what can be a better bet than Imran Khan!

Imran Khan’s statement after the arrest of Nawaz Sharif is considered. Citing Nawaz Sharif’s friendship with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he has said that these two leaders want to pursue their political interests by creating an atmosphere of unrest and tension on the border in Pakistan. An activist of Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf, Nawaz Sharif, often utters a slogan – “Who is Modi’s man, is a traitor, is a traitor.”

An interesting incident is also that the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa unit of the National Accountability Bureau has sought a clarification on Imran Khan for using government helicopters 39 times in the last four years. In that province, Imran Khan’s party is in government with an alliance. Many observers consider this episode to be an attempt to make the bureau’s image balanced in the public eye.

ISI and many hardliners like Imran Khan Even the people consider Nawaz Sharif as soft towards India. Such allegations can help in getting votes from Nawaz Sharif’s party. Khan’s influence is in some parts of Punjab besides Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Punjab is the stronghold of Nawaz Sharif and also has the largest number of seats in the National Assembly.

Dominance In Some Areas

Pakistan People’s Party is dominant in Sindh and in other areas it looks weak. In such a situation, the competition is between Tehreek-Insaaf and Muslim League. Islamic and extremist parties are also in the fray in every province including Balochistan due to which the electoral equation may be affected.

Imran Khan considers these parties as his potential allies. Since the established parties of Balochistan cannot agree with Imran’s agenda, it can be assumed that the terrorist attacks on them will benefit the army and Imran only. Meanwhile, the influential Islamic Maulana Qadri has also opened a front against Nawaz.

The activities of the past are indicating that the next twelve days can be very turbulent, but irrespective of whose government is formed after the elections, the crisis will be deep for Pakistan and this situation will also have a bad effect on India and Afghanistan. In this context, the opinion of two senior intellectuals of Pakistan is very important. Scientist and commentator Pervez Hoodbhoy says that elections usually strengthen democracy, not weak, but it is going to happen after July 25, when the ominous uncertainties will increase. Senior journalist Irfan Hussain has written – Why would anyone want to become Prime Minister in such a situation!

Chaudhary Charan Singh University: Girls on Activa Scooter changed their speech

In western Uttar Pradesh, also known as Jatland, there are often reports of suppression of girls. Sometimes a decree of Khap Panchayat in which girls are banned from wearing jeans and keeping mobiles. Meanwhile, under the pressure of Honor Killing, social prestige and localism, the news of killing girls becomes headlines. In the media, a debate starts from this very black and white perspective in which a negative picture is formed. A society where the burden of restrictions on girls increases day by day. As a result, his life is terrible. Sitting in Delhi on their studies, progress, people continue to debate endlessly.

But if we get out from Delhi just a hundred kilometers away, then a different picture comes out. This is a reality that is beyond the imaginary assumptions made by sitting in Delhi. The pace of change in this area is very fast. A lot has changed, something is changing. Social thinking, self-confidence of girls, their courage and thinking of doing anything other than getting married in life.

Here we take a look at the issue of education of girls of western Uttar Pradesh. The girls of Jatland are studying and have left so much boys behind. The reality is that in the race to get higher education here, girls are taking admission in university in greater numbers than boys.

A Giant University

Meerut and Saharanpur divisions of western Uttar Pradesh have a total of nine districts. Hapur, Meerut, Baghpat, Bulandshahr, Ghaziabad and Gautam Buddha Nagar in Meerut. Similarly, Shamli, Muzaffarnagar and Saharanpur districts in Saharanpur division. The largest university for students in these nine districts is Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut. Currently admission is going on for the academic session 2018-19. If you look at the figures till July 13, the girls are miles ahead of the boys there. In most courses, their numbers are ahead of boys and in some places they are on two-thirds part.

According to the university’s statistics, in addition to the main campus, the nine district colleges which are affiliated to this university have lost boys in the undergraduate and postgraduate first year courses. Girls are ahead in all the courses and at some places they have reached close to two thirds. According to the admission portal of the university, BA, BCom, BSc Bio, girls are showing dominance in every stream.

If we see the admission status in nine districts of Meerut and Saharanpur division, then 1.22 lakh seats are still vacant but these are under self-finance. The seats of the financially aided and government college have become full on July 13.

There are 1,32,894 seats of undergraduates in these nine districts on which 59,580 admissions have been done including 35,849 girls and 23,730 students. About 67% of the students have taken admission. This is when the admission process of the first round is over.

There are 12,750 seats in BSC Bio, in which 5,609 have been admitted, out of which girls are 4,002 while boys are only 1,606 i.e. 71.34% are girls. That means two thirds.

Similarly, BA has a total of 74,461 seats with 33,956 admissions out of which 22,289 are girls and 11,667 students i.e. 66% are girls.

There are 28,460 seats in BCom, on which 11,489 admissions have been done, in which 6,346 students and 5,123 students. BCom is considered as a field of boys.

On the other hand, in the postgraduate course (MA, MSc, M Com), the conditions are more or less the same. There are 21,445 seats of postgraduate in the university, in which 5,701 have been admitted. There are 4,350 girls in it i.e. 76.30%. The most shocking thing is that about 67% of the girls are undergraduates, that is, girls in higher education are going ahead very fast.

In view of these figures, a natural question arises in the mind that how are the reasons for the rise of girls’ education in this area, which is notorious for women’s safety? The answer lies in many layers.

For a long time, the number of girls has been better in schools and colleges than boys. Passing percentage is also higher for girls. There are about 13 college girls as girls’ colleges. At the same time girls in Coed College have 20% horizontal reservation. In total 66 colleges, 50 colleges are financially supported by the government while 16 are government colleges. Apart from this, around 1,000 private colleges are affiliated with the university. In these private colleges, there are colleges at the countryside level and self-finance courses are run in them, due to which girls are getting admitted in large numbers there. There is an increase in the number of girls from village to countryside.

But the biggest reason is the awareness among girls about education. These figures indicate a major change. According to the National Family Health Survey-4, the situation in Uttar Pradesh is not very satisfactory in the field of women’s education and health. Only 56.2% of the rural women (15-49 years) are literate and among them only 27.44% are women who have gone to school for ten years.

Now if we do this as an example, according to the 2011 Census of Population Department, at the literacy rate of Meerut, then the literacy rate of rural women is 59.4% while in urban areas it is 68.2%. While the total literacy rate of Meerut is 72.8%. While the total literacy rate of women is 64%. In contrast, the literacy of women across the state

The rate is 61%. Huh. That is, all these figures are more than the state figures.

Dr. Tarushikha Sarvesh, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies at Aligarh Muslim University, who has done a lot of research on the social structure of Western Uttar Pradesh, especially the structure and functioning of Khap Panchayats, says that there has always been this awareness in the Western region. She says, “Chaudhary Mahendra Singh Tikait, the founder of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, himself used to say that the boys of Jats will no longer be able to set up shop and the girls will move forward. The Khap’s Chaudhary also promotes the education of girls there. Girls take out a rally in education For awareness of. Now the perception is becoming common that boys are neither studying properly nor are able to do farming. Now people tell there proudly Persons are becoming our women doctors, engineers and growing up. ”

Kuldeep Ujjwal was the President of the Students’ Union at Meerut University in 2005. According to Kuldeep, there has been a big difference in girls. He has courage and self-confidence in him. Earlier, people used to teach them only because the marriage was fine. Now she wants to study herself, wants to work. Kuldeep further states that now girls from the west are primary teachers in remote districts of Purvanchal. She lives there, without fear and teaches. It was not possible ten years ago in our times.

Going With The Trend

Due to the trend towards studies in girls, they have demolished many forts of boys. As Kuldeep says, earlier, most of the boys were studying commerce and there were few girls. Today the number of girls is more than boys. Another reason behind this change is the Activa Scooter. “Now the problem of movement of girls has reduced. Activa picked up and walked, it is a big factor,” Kuldeep told.

Dr. Anshu is an assistant professor of English at Digambar Jain Degree College in Baraut, Baghpat. He tried to find out the cause by conducting a survey on this issue in his countryside. Dr. Anshu explains, “Now the biggest reason is that every parent has gone out of the shell that his girl only studies for marriage. Now every girl wants to be a self-dependent. Everyone wants a job. When I talked to girls He said clearly that he should now be known in the name of her husband all his life, he does not like it, he has to make his own identity, work for himself, earn money. ”

Dr. Anshu has also studied in the same field. She says that earlier there was fear, of molestation, of insolence. Now she is so aware that she herself calls Dial 100. Now she does not hide anything but discus. Earlier it used to hide, now it is not so.

There are some khap panchayats also responsible for this social change. Panchayats, which are known only for banning girls, are running campaigns for girls’ education today. His son Rakesh Tikait is currently a spokesperson in the Indian Farmers Union formed by Mahendra Singh Tikait and belongs to Balian Khap. Rakesh says that khap panchayats always promoted the education of girls. Baba Tikait opened a school for girls in the village in 1990 itself. Even today we insist on the education of girls in the panchayat. Now people live in the city, facilities have increased, so girls have started studying further.

Economy bigger than France and GDP 20 times less than France

According to the new report of the World Bank, India has become the sixth largest economy in the world. Before India, France used to be in sixth place. By the end of June 2017, India’s GDP has reached 2.597 trillion, France’s GDP is 2.582 trillion. Britain is at number five, with a GDP of $ 2.622 trillion. Trillion’s Arab-Khabar, you do it yourself, I do, sometimes it goes wrong. There is not much difference in the GDP of countries ranked five, six and seven. Nevertheless, India is ahead of France in the list.

The population of India is one billion 37 crores and France has six and a half crores. It can also be guessed. This means that India’s per capita GDP is only a small part of France’s per capita GDP. France’s per capita GDP is 20 times that of India. He will not tell you Arun Jaitley because it reduces the brightness of the headline. This analysis has been found in a news of Times of India.

America’s GDP is $ 19.39 trillion, China’s GDP is $ 12.24 trillion, Japan’s GDP is 4.87 trillion, Germany’s GDP is $ 3.68 trillion, Britain is 2.62 trillion, India is 2.597 trillion.

Anubhuti Vishnoi of Economic Times on 11 July has written that Mukesh Ambani himself appeared before the committee with the proposal of Jio Institute. Vinay Sheel Oberoi became education advisor with him. According to this news, Mukesh Ambani answered all the questions and his dream was kept in front of the ministry even during the previous government.

Institute Of Eminence

Mukesh Ambani’s Education Advisor Vinay Sheel Oberoi was the Secretary of Higher Education in the Ministry when the “Institute of Eminence” was announced in the 2016 budget. During 2016, there have been many discussions between the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Human Resources regarding its design. In February 2017, Vinay Sheel retired. In September 2017, the “Institute of Eminence” rules are announced.

The committee for the “Institute of Eminence” is announced only in February. The rule for IAS is that only one year after retiring, one can accept a commercial job offer. It seems that he has joined Ambani’s group after one year.

Journalist Anubhuti Vishnoi sent questions to Reliance and Vinay Sheel Oberoi but did not get the answer. Anubhuti has written that she has seen the proposals of Reliance, stating that in five years, she will spend 6000 crores on research and will tie up with the top 50 universities in the world. Reliance has written in its experiences about education that many of its schools run in which 13,000 students study. Mukesh Ambani himself has been associated with IIM Bangalore.

On July 11, Nitin Sethi and Aditi Phadnis report about Jio Institute has been published in Business Standard. It says that within two weeks of the “Institute of Eminence” becoming the norm, the Reliance Foundation became part of the “Institution of Research, Reliance Group”. This company will create Jio Institute in Maharashtra.

Two rules for “Institute of Eminence” especially helped Reliance a lot. One was that the person who comes with the university’s proposal should have his own financial status of more than 50 billion rupees. The second provision was that the group should have a great record in the matter of landing the land in any area.

Notification of new provisions was issued on 20 August 2017. On September 12, 2017, the company was formed with members Nita Dhirubhai Ambani and Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani. The Business Standard report claimed that the new rules opened the way for Reliance. There were three categories to apply, Government, Private and Greenfield categories. Reliance applied in the greenfield category. It was not necessary to tell about the land in this category. The applicants of the same category were asked whether the land is there or not. Business Standard has written that it could not find out what Reliance has answered to this question. By the way, under this scheme, the government will not give a penny to a private institution.

Read this report of Veena Mani of Business Standard. Soon after demonetisation, there was news that there are 2.5 lakh shell companies, of which 3 lakh are directors. In those reports, all these shell companies were presented as if they were a means of turning black money white. There were many news related to this from time to time, but I could not even keep track of myself and I could not understand the things related to it. There is also some information related to this in Veena’s report.

Veena Money has written that 13,993 shell companies have again registered with the Registrar of Companies. Their registration was canceled after demonetisation. Not only this, around 30,000 people have been declared eligible to become directors again. Their names were also removed during the ongoing action against the shell companies. It is also written in this news that the minister is also working on deciding better definition of shell companies.

Business Standard has written that it was found in the first list of such companies that these companies do not fill annual reports and income tax returns. Their investigation is not yet complete. Many thousand of these companies do not even have PAN numbers. So far, only 73,000 companies have been able to get records of transactions with the government.

240 billion rupees were deposited in these companies at the time of demonetisation. The Income Tax Department is investigating whether there has been any disturbance. Ties made on shell companies in November last year

During the meeting of the Force, the Director General of Corporate Affairs had suggested that the department should talk to the Registrar of Companies so that these companies can be revived to earn revenue.

There are 11 lakh companies registered in India. Out of these only 5 lakh are fully operated, apart from shell companies, there are also disappearing companies. Nothing of 400 such companies is being known. No one knows how much black money was received from 2.5 lakh shell companies, but the action against them is presented as if black money has been received. There is no need to look at your account for 15 lakhs again and again, keep searching for news from here and there.

A column comes in Business Standard itself. It contains economic data. Its first line is that recent economic data shows that the economic environment has become very weak. Industrial activity is at its lowest in seven months. India’s trade deficit has been the highest in five years. India’s export growth in May 2018 was 20.2 percent, which came down to 17.6 percent in June. On the other hand, oil imports rose to 21.3 percent in June. Accordingly, India is importing more than what it is exporting. The trade deficit in May was $ 14.62 billion, which increased to $ 16.61 billion in June.

Newspapers and channels in Hindi do not have all this information. The channels and newspapers in Hindi do not have the consistency and experienced reporter they need to catch such news. TV channels do not have them at all. That is why you have translated the news printed in both newspapers. I do this public service for myself as well as for all the readers of Hindi so that we get some different context and perspective.


What Hamid Ansari wanted to say and what was told

In an interview (Times of India, July 13, 2018) to journalist Sagarika Ghosh, Jinnah as well as Gandhiji, Ambedkar, Nehru, some Nobel laureates, etc. from the former Vice President of India, Mohammad Hamid Ansari, Aligarh Muslim Asked about who is present in the university’s student union hall. Along with Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Morarji Desai, these people were given Ajivan membership by the Students Union. This year the issue was very hot in the media and various explanations were also given for this.

Hamid Ansari has been an alumnus of AMU, and has also served as Vice Chancellor (2000-2002).

In this period of creating a bad image of Muslims, due to the failure of the economy, and badly failing on the front of employment (and on the governance system in the states), the ruling BJP’s own politics and desperation have led to every issue towards communal polarization. Turns around And the same thing explains all the issues mentioned above.

Ansari, throughout his interview, was very clear about the issue. He says, “It is not our tradition to attack photographs and buildings. Jinnah went there long before he became a preacher of some ideology. He was there around 1938. If his picture is here, what is wrong with it? He also clarified that we oppose colonial subjugation and exploitation, yet, instead of destroying it, we preserve many such photographs and buildings, including the Victoria Memorial Hall in Kolkata. We may also have photographs of British judges, administrative officers, viceroys in some places or in some institutions. Why don’t we destroy them all? ”

No Defend Anyways!

Clearly, they were not defending Jinnah’s role in dividing the country. Nor were they trying to simplify the complex history of partition of India, for which Jinnah was not alone responsible. India was divided due to competitively increasing communalism, supported and encouraged by the British, who were in power at the time. This type of communal power and capacity was not limited only to the Muslim League, whose leader was Jinnah. It was also supported by the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS. From time to time, historians have also given evidence that the lower units of the Congress were closely associated with the Hindu Mahasabha-RSS. They were all responsible for the partition of India together.

Unlike opportunists and starving people for power, some ruling party leaders and MLAs, Ansari has a different view against ruining historical artifacts. It is like erasing history. Milan Kundra, the best novelist, is believed to have said: All human history is a fight against forgetting.

Furthermore, the knowledge of a university not to waste historical evidence / artifacts has always been questioned by some anti-social elements. They are threatening the university to bow down to such immoral elements. This is very unfortunate.

The complexities of historical events should not be surrendered to the whims of some such groups. And the worst thing is this: Some major TV news channels have tried to work together on the lines of the medieval courts themselves by uniting the actions of the executive, the judiciary and the legislature. These news channels also blamed AMU itself.

A major TV Hindi news channel (just two days before the Karnataka Assembly elections) organized a five-hour long debate on the same subject on 7 May 2018. This was a clear attempt at communal polarization. A week after this, this issue of Jinnah’s picture also emerged in the election campaign of Kairana Lok Sabha by-election. I do not think that such channels ever set up similar courts in cases where someone is beaten to death and the ministers of the government work to garland those criminals.

This part of the media is not allowing efforts to make more rational, aware and responsible citizens at the lower levels of the country. This is very bad for our democracy.

The good thing is that the recent results are showing that a good number of voters is able to see other things apart from this divisive game. The media and intellectuals should insist on making the common people aware of these destructive games.

Hamid Ansari should be congratulated that he clarified the issue of not wasting historical evidence / artifacts in response to specific queries made by journalists. The Indian people should rise above these issues and see their reality and purpose.


Section 377: How difficult it is to live by denying your sexuality

The Constitution Bench of five judges of the Supreme Court on Section 377 is entering the second week of hearing. On the one hand, the Central Government has left the decision on the court, not clarifying its position in the case. On the other hand, the Supreme Court’s comments seem to be generating more confidence than in 2013. In the year 2009, Delhi High Court excluded Section 377 from the purview of crime. The court said that this section comes in the way of the right of adults to live by their choice. However, in 2013 the Supreme Court overturned the judgment related to the interests of the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender-intersex-queer-sex (LGBTIQA +) community. Through this, Section 377 was brought back into the category of crime.

158 years old, punishments under this law made by the British have been nominal, but it has become a major cause of harassment of members of the LGBT community. Their sexuality continues to cause ridicule. Newslaundry met Pooja Srivastava to understand what it means to be LGBT in India’s social structure, what their struggles are.

Pooja (42), born in Banaras, provides fancy dress to schools. This is his self-employment. Prior to this, he has done 14 years of journalism in various media institutions (Dainik Jagran, Ishan (Tabloid), Zee Business, Petro Watch etc.). Serving animals is a hobby of worship, she looks after the animals wandering on the street.

Pooja took years to accept her sexuality. During this time, she faced stress from the people, became a victim of depression and the result of her hideout with home and society was that irritability became a part of her life.


Recalling her childhood days, Pooja says, “I would have been 10-12, there was an attraction towards my same-sex people.” Could not know why this is so. Did not ever think about it. But the family members and society made me realize that I am different, I am unequal. You get scared of ridicule from the front. You go on shrinking yourself. ”

Pooja says, there has never been any difference between boys and girls in the house. The sisters were doing engineering in Pune. Parents have never said that if there is a girl, there should be less education or there is a ban on wearing any kind of clothes. “When I was in sixth grade, I used to run Bajaj 150cc. It was Scooter, not Luna or Scooty, ”says Pooja.

She tells the story of her first love. I was in seventh grade. And the language (changed name) was in the twelfth. I was mad for him, passing through his house for twenty times, going to the terrace and standing in the sun too that he might be seen. It was not that I wanted sex but madness towards him was tremendous. “It used to be that once seen, my day would become type.”

Pooja continues her talk, “In those days, when friends used to talk about boys or boyfriends, I used to stay calm. I used to feel that I should also tell whom I want. Could not say It used to sit in the mind that people would make fun. ”

Pooja used to write a diary for the language. She says, “If I didn’t see it that day, then I would write in the diary,” Today you don’t see, my day is going bad. ”

Pooja laughs while saying “Absolutely lovely awara type”.

This was the first incident when I encountered my mother at home. Mother had seen the letters written to the language. “Girls write such letters for boys and at this age do you feel all this for a girl?” You have gone mad, the doctor will have to show up, ”the mother then rebuked Pooja.

Pooja moved to Delhi in the year 1995. Here he did a three-year professional course in computer software. Then Pooja’s sister started working in Delhi. These days, Pooja says, she felt attraction towards a colleague working in her sister’s office. His name was Rajbala (changed name). “I loved her and Rajbala considered me a friend. I also used to show that I am a friend, nothing more than a friend. ”

Pooja says, her sister felt something ‘wrong’. He started commenting. “This is not right,” Didi said.

Where Pooja was studying in Delhi, she befriended Gunjan. They told her, my family members object that I like Rajbala. ”

“This was the first time Gunjan called me a ‘lesbian’ term.” Then I came to know, lesbian is also a word. Gunjan was the first person in my life to tell me that I am normal, ”Pooja takes a long breath.

However, Pooja did not take Gunjan’s case very seriously then. Close proximity to Rajbala increased. Rajbala feared that since Pooja liked her, Rajbala would not be able to live with Pooja, so that the friendship of the two would not be broken due to this. As a result, Rajbala took Pooja to a psychologist in East Delhi. It was the year 1997-98. Psychologist gave medicines to Pooja. After a week of taking medicines, Pooja’s health started deteriorating. He called the psychologist and explained the situation.

The psychologist then gave an example and explained, “If you have to give up cigarettes, first you should know that cigarette is the wrong thing and you have to quit. You have to first decide that you have to be okay. It seems you are not able to decide for yourself that you have to be okay. ”

This incident continues to haunt Pooja even today. This was the moment of despair when Pooja was introduced to Google. “I searched Google for the first time sitting in Didi’s office. Was the word, Why do I get attracted to women. ”

From here she came in contact with a voluntary organization named Sangini. This institution was very active then. Members of the LGBT community used to share problems and experiences with each other.

“I asked him, I am a girl and am attracted to a girl. He talked to me for an hour and explained that I am normal. This happens to many people. It felt like a huge burden was being removed from my forehead. My stress level decreased, ”says Pooja.

Some Great Professions

This matter still haunts Pooja as to why her siblings did not help her at the same time. “I am the youngest of siblings. Brothers and sisters are all engineers. I found it very surprising that when I can do a Google search, then my siblings should not have done a Google search for me. ”

However, the next moment she becomes safe with her family. She herself thinks that maybe her brothers and sisters had some different struggles and they have forgotten.

She laughs and says, “I still don’t understand, why was I being harassed for so many days?”

Despite being aware of their sexuality, the pressure of home and society has not diminished. Nor was she able to accept her sexuality. The family proposed marriage before Pooja. “Well we understand that you are attracted to the girl. But how do you know that you cannot be attracted to men? ”The family members put questions before Pooja. Pooja got into the question of family members. He also did ‘Try’.

Then her marriage to Pooja’s associate Satish (name changed) was decided. Now Satish started to act like a partner rather than his colleague. “He would hold my hand, try to get close to me. I woke up in a few days. I called him and told him, man will not work. I’m gay

Pooja told the family that she had told Satish about herself. The family felt that Pooja did not like the boy and that is why she did not want to get married. She will later marry another boy. “I kept pretending to be straight at home. Didi used to say, she likes this boy. It feels good, ”says Pooja.

Pooja’s father favored Pooja in the decision not to marry. He passed away in the year 2002. Remembering them, Pooja says, “I think now that perhaps father understood about my sexual orientation. He never pressurized me for marriage. ”

Pooja’s colleague Tuli (name changed) fell in love with her while working in a channel. Pooja was 26 then and Tuli was 23. Both used to spend hours together. But here too there was a problem, says Pooja, “Tuli wanted to love me as a man. I wanted to live as a man

Since Pooja considered herself capable of doing all the work that a man can do, perhaps Tuli wanted to love her as a man. Recalling this phase of life, Pooja says, “I was like a boy, I also felt like I am not transgender. Man stuck in a long body. ”

This relationship lasted for about four years. News of both of them had started brewing in the corridors of journalists. Tuli’s family members pressed for marriage and she got married elsewhere.

Pooja broke down after Tuli’s marriage and separation from her. Irritability within them went on increasing. He left the channel after a few days. She started being active in LGBT programs. Gay Pride started participating in the march. At a similar event in Lodhi Garden, New Delhi, he met Shomi Guha Thakurta. The closeness between the two kept increasing. Shomi and Pooja decided to live together.

Pooja’s mother put a condition for acceptance of this relationship, “Ok, I am accepting this relationship but no one from the LGBT community will come to our house, nor will you go to their house.”

After a few years, Shomey started to feel good that the outside world recognizes him as a friend, not as a couple. She became oblivious among the members of the LGBT community as she distanced herself from the programs.

In the context of this aspect of relationships, Pooja said, “Saying that means you get married or you are lovers, then you want to see yourself as a couple. But in our case you are going anywhere in the world, everybody is considering you as a friend. ”

This behavior started to bother Shawmi. He did not like his mother’s restrictions. Relationships began to deteriorate between Shoemi and her mother’s priorities. Shawmi went back to Calcutta. Talking on the phone continued for a few days, but then the conversation stopped.

Being away from Shomi had a profound effect on Pooja. She became a victim of depression due to her loneliness. He consulted psychologists. She says, “I was fed up with double life.” Then he decided that he would have to accept himself publicly.

“I started pretending to be heterosexual, telling lies about my sexuality, not being able to tell the truth out of fear of people laughing,” says Pooja’s voice.

Pooja was clouded by doubts before making her own sexuality public. “Who will understand me?” He found a solution.

“I sent a message about my sexual orientation to all the Liberals I found on my friendlist. I urged him ‘I hope you understand me’, “Pooja told. Pooja calls this a process of her public acceptance.

Meanwhile, in December 2017, Pooja met 35-year-old Nikita Vishwas. Pooja says, “I got love at first site from Nikita. She is a very intelligent and genuin girl. ”

Nikita loves a settled life. Both are excited by the ongoing hearing in the court. She wants the court to not only repeal Section 377, but also soon the Parliament should approve homosexual weddings. However, the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court has made it clear that at present it will not expand the scope of issues related to Section 377 and the debate will be focused only on its validity.

Pooja describes Indian society as a society of “hetero-normality”, where all the terminology and conduct are woven around the relationship between women and men.

Pooja says, seeing them unmarried at the age of 42, people make strange comments. One day a neighbor aunt said, “Oh, you did not get married. It was such a big secret to stay with my mother. ”

One day the other aunt said, “Oh my daughter says, look, Pooja has not married, how much fun she has.” It stays as it likes. She lives with her mother. Pooja does not like it.

Pooja wants people to be told the difference between gender and sexuality. She herself also tries to educate the people of LGBT community in social groups.


Alwar lynching: two villages, two stories, grief in one, pride in another

Last Friday, while replying to the opposition on the no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had expressed his ‘New India’ thinking about how young entrepreneurs are taking us towards “Innovative India”. Just a few hours after his speech ended in Parliament, about 150 kilometers away from there, a young and “innovative” India started doing its work. One was preparing the ground for a news which was going to be the center of discussion all over India once again. Akbar Khan alias Rakbar Khan, age 28, was nabbed by guards in Lalwandi village, Rajasthan. Remember that this is the third case of murder in the name of cow protection by a mob in Alwar in the last two years.

The story begins in April last year with photographs in which Aspect Khan is being beaten in the streets of Bahror. Hundreds of people have surrounded him, many people were also recording the incident on camera, but no one came forward to save. On the night of 20-21 July, the horrific murder and alleged misconduct of the aspect of Khan was seen in the replay of Akbar.

The most disturbing thing in this episode was the reaction of the people of Lalwandi village of Ramgarh block of Alwar. There are no signs of remorse there. The hysteria of Hindutva has overcame human compassion and compassion here. Welcome cow protection. One example is Chain Singh, aged about 20 years and studied up to class 9. He justifies cow protection with no regrets and full confidence. He said, “If someone goes with the cow even in the day, we stop it. The signature of the sarpanch is also not considered value. If someone comes in writing with the SP, he will let us go from here. ”

When asked who they specifically prevent, the answer was – Muslims. There were talks between five to seven youths of Lalwandi as to why the sarpanch’s signature should not be taken as a valid pass or certificate for the carriers. Overcoming everyone, Singh said, “Don’t we know what Muslims will do with cows?” They can say that they are taking cows for milk and after reaching Haryana, they are all sent to the abattoir. ”

From this, it can be understood briefly how and why “cow protection” in this area terrorizes Muslims. He proudly told Newslaundry that Lalwandi is also known for its guards.

This is not just childish. A kilometer away from here, we took the direct route, leading to the spot, we met another group of Lalwandi residents. The movement of media vehicles has increased in the village, so everyone seems anxious and alert. These young and middle-aged villagers told us how cattle smugglers buy or steal cows from Rajasthan and get them across the border. In Ferozepur Jhirka, Haryana, these cows are sent to slaughterhouses. The villagers believe that in this way, the evening of the Meo Muslims of the neighboring district.

Increase In Safety For Cows

“In Rajasthan, there is safety for cows because there is a law here, but in Haryana, things are not right. Haryana is a safe haven for these cow smugglers. They send these cows to slaughterhouses. This Akbar also cows Ferozepur The jhirka was being taken, “Dharam Prakash told Newslaundry. He is a 52-year-old teacher who runs a higher primary school in the village.

Speaking on stories of alleged ‘cruelty’ by Meo Muslims against cows, 36-year-old Kapoor Chand Sharma told us how people like Akbar take cows to Haryana in an inhuman manner. He said, “They take two or two cows in an indica. These are the Mew (Muslims). You don’t know what?” Amidst this concern of the cows, no one within the village regretted that the gau rakshaks What did you do to Akbar?

Khan was killed fiercely by a violent Hindu mob in Dharmendra Yadav’s farm. In his last statement to the Ramgarh police, Khan narrated his stand and later died under suspicious circumstances.

Importantly, Yadav, Paramjeet Singh and Naresh Rajput are the three accused arrested in the case, and the fourth suspect Vijay is absconding. All belong to two parts of the village: small and big Lalwandi.

The village has a mixed population – including some Sikh and Muslim families. Care is an acceptable word here. The house of Giriraj Yadav, 57, is about 300 meters from where Khan was attacked. He regrets Khan’s death, but is angry that the youth of his village are being made “victims of police torture”.

Offering us milk, Yadav alleged that Akbar and his associates had been carrying cows in the night for the last 15 days. This is the time when some people in the village came to know about his activity. Gajraj turns back and asks, “Will anyone try to bring or kill pigs in a Muslim country like this? Then why in India? This is the land of Hindus, where cows are worshiped like gods is.”

Meanwhile, Kailash Yadav, the father of the arrested accused Dharmendra Yadav, who is a farmer, said he was not aware that his son was part of a cow protection group. “Sometimes he used to return late at night, so we didn’t pay too much attention to him.” While his elder son is in the Delhi Police, Dharmendra was preparing for competitive examinations. Her father said, “I came to know about the incident and his arrest in the morning (July 21).”

As we were leaving from Lalwandi village around 8 pm, we saw that a meeting of 20-25 people was going on in a garden outside a house. This reporter stopped there to see what was happening there. This group was discussing the lynching incident. The topic of his discussion was how his boys are being targeted for discharging their “duties” as a Hindu.

A 52-year-old teacher was seated in a chair in the center of the group, while others were on the ground. The fourth accused in this group also included Vijay’s uncle. Since Vijay is still absconding, his father and brother were taken into custody by the police on the morning of 21 July.

The teacher, Dharam Prakash, was talking to someone over the phone and talking about organizational support for his boys. As he called, I asked if he was expecting a political party to cooperate with the rescue. To this Prakash said, “No, we are talking about the organization.” Although he did not elaborate about this organization, it was clear from the conversation that he was talking about a saffron organization.

Significantly, Prakash is also a relative of Naval Kishore Sharma, alias Mishra, the head of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) cow protection wing in Ramgarh. Dharmendra and Paramjeet had called Sharma that night to inform them about the cattle seized by the people. Prakash said, “If we had an intention to kill Akbar, why would we have called the police? And at least in that case, our children would have been called martyrs who gave up everything for Hinduism.”

The conversation ahead was quite disturbing when a person in his 50s said something that, for the minority community, exhibited a deep-seated monovictism. “These madarchod mao bite our cow, change the name of our Hindu girls and also marry,” she said. “These people become terrorists.”

Perhaps this is the reason why Muslims from the surrounding villages do not like to take cows. So much so that they are afraid to take their cows to the veterinary hospital, and prefer to call private veterinarians at home. Common human life is in danger, as self-proclaimed cow protection groups have replaced law-enforcing institutions.

A family is waiting for justice in Mewat

About 10 kilometers before entering Ferozepur Jhirka, a narrow road cuts across the Delhi-Alwar highway that takes you to Doha village in Haryana. This smooth paved road ends after a few kilometers. “Kolgaon” is written on the board here. This is the sad village of Akbar Khan.

The last time Asmeena spoke to her husband Khan, on Friday evening, while she was feeding cows. The next morning, she was beaten to death by Jagi Khan Gauraksha Group with the most terrible news of her life. .

He said that Khan and his associate Aslam had gone to a village in Ramgarh block in Rajasthan to buy cows. “He had borrowed Rs 50,000 from my mother to buy these cows. I called him that night but the number was off.”

The 27-year-old woman was fainted repeatedly. It had become a cycle of sorts: some broken conversations with journalists with his house, sobbing, and a specific mention of Khan and his picture, which rendered him unconscious.

Their seven children – Sahila (12), Shaima (10), Sahil (8), Ikarana (7), Ikaran (6), Rehan (4) and the youngest Masira (2), all together under her cot. -Bagal stood.


Nari Niketan of Uttarakhand is a prequel to Muzaffarpur

It was almost a year ago. I was in Dehradun those days. At the same time, I met a senior woman police officer of the state. It was an informal meeting, but whatever that officer said that day, it still haunts me.

I am referring to this meeting today because a similar disturbing news is coming from Bihar these days. Rape of 29 girls living in a girl child in Muzaffarpur, Bihar has been confirmed. These girls have been raped not once, but many times. This thing was revealed when Tiss audited this girl child, ‘Tis Institute of Social Sciences’.

Tis report is also disturbing because it is not limited to just one girl child. In the report, child houses located in Muzaffarpur as well as many other districts of Bihar have also been discussed. There are at least 15 such children in home Bihar where sexual abuse and violence has been reported to children. The glimpse of how hell lives within these children’s homes for the protection of children is clearly visible.

Crisis In Dehradun

The situation in Dehradun is also similar. Or perhaps even more frightening. In 2015, there was a similar news from Nari Niketan based in Dehradun. Information about the sexual exploitation of women living there began to be revealed when an anonymous letter came out. It was told in this letter that destitute women living in Nari Niketan have been sexually abused for a long time and many big officials and leaders of the state are involved in this. Initially, the administration rejected this anonymous letter and the things written in it. But when a daily newspaper started taking up the matter, the administration was forced to take cognizance of the matter.

After this, many startling things started coming out. The words written in anonymous letters proved to be true and rape of many women was confirmed. A mute-deaf woman living in Nari Niketan was also pregnant after rape, who was miscarried and the fetus was buried in a forest some distance away from Nari Niketan. When the matter was investigated, the police also recovered the undeveloped fetus from the forest.

In 2015-16, this case was discussed in the whole country. Along with the sexual exploitation of women living in Nari Niketan, it was also revealed that many women have also been sold from here. I was also reporting on this matter during that time, so my interest in this matter continued even further.

During this time I also met a woman who was sold from another Nari Niketan from Uttarakhand. After hearing this woman’s objection, it was also known that the situation of women Niketan is almost same in the whole state. Here women are subjected to violence, they are exploited, raped and even sold.

This reality of women Niketans is frightening and the silence in this whole matter of administration makes it even more disturbing. But the more disturbing reality from all these things is what those women officers told me last year. In the meeting that has been mentioned at the beginning of this article, I am writing here in the words of the lady officer who told me:

‘The truth of Nari Niketan has come out, it has only revealed half the picture. The whole picture is far more frightening than this. An entire organized gang works in it, which includes many big officials and ministers of the state. I am telling you this thing with full confidence and from my personal experience. Not only in Nari Niketan, but also in Balika Niketan, where minor girls live, there are extremely hellish situations. From there, the girls are sent to big officials and leaders. I myself am a witness to this.

I am telling you my eyes and eyes. A few months ago I went on a tour of the girl child Niketan of Dehradun. I saw a girl talking on a mobile phone. I was surprised to see this. Minor girls are not allowed to keep mobiles because they are girls and girls. The institute has a land-line phone and any girl who needs to talk to someone can do it with the land-line. If someone’s phone has to come for the girls, then it also comes on the land line.

I asked the girl where did her mobile come from? The girl was terrified, she did not answer. I took the mobile from him. When I asked the staff of Balika Niketan about this, she told me that instead of being ashamed, Madam, this mobile has been given to this girl from above, you should return this mobile. I scolded the staff but in spite of this I was repeatedly asked to return the mobile. I flatly refused to return the mobile and said that I will talk to Sunita Madam about this. (Sunita is a prominent woman IAS officer of the state. We are printing her changed name. These IAS officers are known for their honesty and strict attitude.)

The story behind this is that the female officer returned from the minor girl with a mobile phone. She added:

I returned home. The evening was already over, so I decided that the next morning I would go to the Secretariat and inform Sunita Madam about this whole matter. There was a call on that mobile at around 9 o’clock in the night. I did not pick up the call. There were many calls from this number again. When I checked that number, the ground slipped under my feet. That number belonged to Senior IAS ******** Sahab.

You wouldn’t believe what that person’s name was on that girl’s number that night.

Who came Apart from the officials, that minister’s PRO also got a call on that number that night. I did not sleep that night. I kept trying to understand who is involved in this system. All this was happening when Nari Niketan had become famous all over the country last year. I waited for morning and then first I reached Sunita Madam.

Ground Slipped Under Feet

Some other officers were also sitting in Sunita Madam’s office in the Secretariat. They told me to wait. I sat on a bench outside the office and during this time kept thinking that I would also tell Madam about all these numbers from which this mobile phone has received calls overnight. I will show a glimpse of the people of the state who are involved in crimes with minor girls.

After about half an hour those officers came out and Madam invited me inside. Before I could say anything, Madam said, ‘Did you go to Balika Niketan yesterday?’ I answered yes. At the same time I told that ‘Madam there are many illegal activities going on there and I have also got a mobile phone with a girl in which …’ While interrupting me, Madam said, ‘I know. You return this mobile to that girl.

I could not believe Sunita Madam. For a while, I did not understand anything. I could not believe that what I heard was really what Madam said. I could not even ask her any questions, she got busy with her files. Is Sunita Madam also part of the confusion I was having all night and the system I was worrying about?

I worked with Sunita Madam. I knew that no one could doubt his honesty. But then why did Madam say this? Is she also deliberately ignoring the matter? Knowing that how many underage minor girls are being inadvertently scratched in Balika Niketan?

I stood quietly in my place for two-three minutes, engrossed in the same turmoil. Then when Madam looked at me, I quietly came out of her room. I had never had such frustration before in my life. Now I was also ashamed of which mouth I would go to return this mobile. Balika Niketan’s staff would laugh at me. Yesterday, I had brought a mobile with great strictness and had come to say that to punish all the culprits. Now should I go there with a face to return the mobile?

Well, I went to return the mobile and also became a laughing stock. The staff there was staring at me with a suppressed smile and despite being right, I was stealing eyes from them. It is not that I had never found government officials involved in crimes before. But such a huge mechanism is active in the sexual exploitation and rape of minor girls, and even the most honest officers of the state cannot do anything on this, or were not doing anything intentionally, this knowledge I broke down within.

I once even thought that I should take up this matter through some other means. But only a few days of headlines were made in the media, some names were tossed and then the matter would cool down. Then there is no one to support me. Also, the investigation would be the responsibility of the government agency itself. And what comes out in such an investigation in which the entire system is involved in a crime. The desperation that I felt that day will probably be with me all my life.

The words of these women officers also pushed me into the same frustration that they probably felt themselves that day. Any sensitive person can feel this frustration. I am also desperate because I have hidden all the names in this article, knowing it. Neither I nor those women officers have so much evidence against these names that they can be proved guilty in the court.

I also get immersed in deep frustration thinking how these women officers will feel when they are exposed to those people who are involved in this crime. All those criminals would know that this woman has all the information about our misdeeds, yet it cannot spoil us anything. Then the shamelessness with which they would see these female officers, how difficult it would be for these women to face them.

On the other hand, there is no shame in their eyes who are raping minor girls every day or watching them happen. After Uttarakhand, now the story of girl child Niketan of Bihar has also come out and the names of many ministers and leaders are also coming there. It is possible to a large extent that in other parts of the country the condition of child houses will be similar. In the name of providing protection to orphans and destitute children, these children’s homes and girl Niketan have become the biggest bases of their exploitation.


Muslim Personal Law Board Against Uniform Civil Code After Three Divorces

The last year of the tenure of the BJP government is going on. There was also a promise in the BJP’s election manifesto to implement equal citizenship in the country. But even after the government reached the last year, there has not been any special profession in this direction. This promise is also proving to be an election jumla.

Only statements are being made by the government. But on this issue, the Law Commission has held a meeting with the people of the Muslim Personal Law Board. The board had its second meeting with the commission on Tuesday. In this, the board has opposed the Common Civil Code. The board argues that there is religious freedom in India. It is not possible to impose this on anyone. People of every religion follow personal law according to their own calculation.

The board made this argument before the Law Commission that a Hindu person can devise his entire property to anyone but a Muslim person can do only one third. However, according to the Board’s claim, the Chairman of the Law Commission agrees that it is not possible to implement the Uniform Civil Code for the next ten years. Board members said that the signatures of five crore people have been collected. Muslim society does not want to interfere in personal law.

What did the board tell the law commission?

Jalaluddin Umri was the head of the board’s delegation to meet the Law Commission. Umri is also the Sadar of Jamaat-e-Islami. On behalf of the delegation, it has been said that all religious people living in India follow different rituals and customs. But the personal law of Muslims is going on according to the Quran and Hadith. Which has been going on since 1400 years. Muslims believe that domestic matters are being resolved according to Islamic law. Therefore, the government should not give any such recommendation on its behalf which is considered to interfere in domestic and religious matters.

This was the second meeting of the Board with the Law Commission. It has already been met in May 2018. In which the board asked some questions. The board has given the answer.

Opposition to Nikah Halala – advocating polygamy

Board member Kamal Farooqui said that nikah halala is not according to Islam. Therefore, no one is advocating this. If someone is doing this kind of work, then according to the law, punishment should be done. Because there is no mention of nikah halala anywhere in the Quran. Although polygamy has been supported. Petition is filed in the Supreme Court regarding polygamy. The hearing is going on. The Law Commission had proposed that the practice of polygamy should be abolished, but the Personal Law Board denied any change in it. The board has given many arguments in its favor. The board says that four marriages have been allowed in Islam. There can be no change in it. However, there are some conditions for this. According to these conditions, if a person can give equal rights to all wives, then only he is allowed four marriages.

But the board claims that it is being spread under a conspiracy against Muslims. While such incidents are not very much. This issue has been made a political issue. Whereas in other religions, polygamy is not practiced. Things are worse there.

Civil Law Opinions

The Board has told the Law Commission that whatever reforms should be done in the civil law, religious provisions should not be ignored, nor should any recommendation be made to the government to allow it to intervene on private issues. The board has given its recommendation to the commission on many issues.

According to Sharia, mother is the custodian of children. For which the age of fifteen years has been fixed. After this, the children have their will. On the issue of the girl, the girl can stay with the mother till then. Until she attains majority. But boys can stay with their mother until they are able to take care of themselves. On both these issues, the juxtaposition of children with mother and father cannot be stopped. At the same time, the maintenance of children is considered as the responsibility of the father.

Similarly, the tradition of adoption has been considered un-Islamic. After the death of her husband, there is a tricky issue regarding the responsibility of maintenance. In this, if the woman has any means of income, then she is not obliged for any assistance. But if it is not so, it is the responsibility of the adult children. If the child is a minor, the children’s grandfather will have to be fed.

The widowed daughter-in-law cannot get a share in the father-in-law’s property. While share in husband’s property can be found. In this way, the parents and grandfather are entitled to share in the property. But the woman’s father-in-law can give her one-third of the property. Which will be found after the father-in-law’s death. However, a separate rule has been given regarding the girl. The girl is said to be half of the boy in the father’s property. On the other hand, if the child’s father dies and his uncle too, then there will be no share in the property. The property will be considered as long as the man is alive.

May dispute

Obviously all these things are also debated. Because a lot of people may have trouble with it. The personal law board should also look at the human aspect in it, that if someone’s father dies, how will he be maintained when he is not entitled to the property. It seems that the board has not learned any lesson even after the defeat in the Kord on the issue of triple divorce.

Because of this, he has suffered defeat in the Supreme Court. The court may not like to support the practice of polygamy, because it can be difficult to justify more than one marriage in society. Special case to the board I should say that I approve Because this matter seems to be anti-women only. No woman can allow a husband to marry another. Then the case of polygamy is also going on in the court.

Danger of being buried under your own photo and voice

On June 26, on the anniversary of the Emergency, the government celebrated black day by drunkenness. The motive was to tell that the people should not pay attention to the rumors of the opposition, Prime Minister Modi is not going to dissolve parliament or become a dictator, nor will he change the constitution to create a Hindu nation. The speech he gave in Mumbai had the sensation that flows from the actors’ eyes as glycerin. Thirty-eight years later, he remembered the pain of a freaking singer, saying, “When Kishore Kumar refused to sing for Congress, his songs were not allowed to be played on the radio.”

The very next month, the anchor of a news channel, Punya Prasun Bajpai, refused to sing for the BJP and then got him out of his job. Emergency Indira Gandhi had prevented Kishore Kumar’s songs from playing only on AIR, but had not kicked on her stomach. If the voice does justice to emotion then the singer becomes news. If this news is done with the truth then it becomes a song. Punya Prasun is a singer who sang at least one song from Chandramani Kaushik of Chhattisgarh.

Jobs were also eaten in the democratic way prevalent in spirituality so that the threat of dictatorship is not heard. The owner of the channel was told, Your anchor neither take my name nor show my photo, whatever else it does. It was a condition of walking on water which meant only one song, Kishore Kumar of the media has played a lot of songs! Now be silent

An Inevitable Market

It seems a matter of great significance that the Prime Minister of a large country like India would give so much attention to the anchor of a channel … But this is happening and there is a solid reason for this, the clear sounds of which are present in the language of Modi’s speeches like ‘Burn me at the crossroads’. Huh. He had never chosen a big goal for himself, but had made a smokeless campaign of impossible dreams.

Why is Prime Minister Modi refusing to put his name and photo in the midst of criticism of the government, so harshly, to the extent of tearing, how the Prime Minister Modi, who is playing the pitch of democracy. What is the reason? Whereas he himself says that democracy dies without criticism. That is why he fought against Emergency. They also respect the opinionated Ramnath Goenka and Kuldeep Nayar.

A fast-paced film starts looking for answers. Some ‘Gustakhi Maaf’ or those cartoons that show the channel at the time of elections – Chandramani is sitting in Kanharpuri, Chhattisgarh.

Modi is sitting in Delhi to take the plight of farmer beneficiaries through video conferencing.

Anchor of the channel sits behind a compartment in the middle which is palmning them both.

Modi goes running between the police batches, says something to Chandramani’s ear and quickly comes to his place.

As soon as the conferencing starts, Chandramani says yes, our income has doubled, the Prime Minister laughs.

The anchor, while narrowing his eyes, sends a reporter to Chandramani, she now says that nothing has happened, if she comes from Delhi and asks to speak.

Modi stares and looks at the Information Minister, Minister Gurra Kar says the channel is false.

The anchor again sends the reporter to Chandramani, but the police is hiding behind him.

The policemen go some distance to punch Khani, there is so much opportunity for Chandramani, she says, the police thing in front of the police, the real thing in their house, this is the public.

Hissing in anger, Modi first called the BJP spokespersons and ministers back to the channel, stopped government advertisements, and then stopped the advertisements of private companies.

If the anchor is not silent, then the government starts firing on the satellite link of the channel from a teleport. Soot paint starts appearing on the screen, Anchor is sitting in the studio and flies with intent. When a pile of flies is found, the owner of the channel says, “Neither will you show Modi’s picture nor will you name me, walk on water.”

The anchor is wondering why the owner cannot see the omnipresent Modi. He goes out of the channel, drinking a glass of water, walking on the ground.

You must be feeling that Mahajhut is a scene, when did Prime Minister Modi do this? But just look closely at the information minister, the channels reviewing staff, the information ministry officials, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh, the way officials, policemen and technicians demolish satellite links for a certain period of time. Is Modi not seen in the manner of mixing, calling, drinking tea, lifting eyes and dropping?

This is how power works. There was Modi, so there was not only confidence but also fear of punishment, so everyone worked doubly vigorously. If this does not happen, where is Chandramani and where is the channel! They don’t even go peeping. To an extent, a notice would be sent to an officer.

But why does Modi want his photo not seen or names with negative news. Look at the pictures of the last four years, success will be booming from all of them. To give a message of hope, celebration, enthusiasm, it was necessary to remain silent during negative events like mob lynching, bank scam, Dalit resentment, rape, GDP collapse, etc. Avoid going to such places otherwise denying their pictures and disappointment She would have become a reason to create.

In the last five years, the only successful Virat project of image-making has been started, which even before the general election, speeches with fake red knuckles, sticking Namo Namo stickers on cars, and the effect of their image and voice in election rallies through LED screens, many Increased fold. In the meantime, the work done in the much publicized government schemes is the jugaad of those contractors and engineers

Adjustments Everyday

There are less than those whose roads are uprooted in the first rainy season. That is why people like Chandramani have to manage, which is impossible because it is not a government employee who will be silent for fear of losing his job. She will tell the truth in the middle of saying ‘Ganga fish you too beautiful- Jamuna fish you too beautiful’.

Being devoid of karma and consequences, the weight of the voices laden with brilliant fingertips, promises and proclamations is increasing. There are thousands of photographs and hundreds of speeches that are being used these days to tell the difference between the words and actions of the government. The media on which it is being done is far ahead of the news channel. A riot also provokes fire. There is a danger of suppressing the Prime Minister under the huge pile of his pictures and his own voices.

One plan – one Chandramani – one truth and so much fury. What will Prime Minister Modi do when there is a danger of going to power? As the election draws closer, the tone of Kishore Kumar in every region will get louder, then Modi will either have to accept the failure or come out in his real form by democratizing his costume. It is not impossible to have anything before the election.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is a way of getting into spirit

According to Yog Vasishta, “The world is like a balancing effect after listening to the story.” But listening to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, I would say that the world is like a balancing effect after his qawwali. No wonder then that his audience would have felt strongly disrespectful and a feeling of collective cafe.

Nusrat mentions that one time he was presenting the lion of Dada Saheb Punjabi, then the entire audience was caught by a dugout. Thousands of people started standing and crying. Nusrat Saheb himself was also overwhelmed and he also started crying with the audience.

There is another incident when the music festival continued throughout the night in Paris. The best funkars from around the world were doing their fun. When Khan sahib’s turn came, it was five in the morning. He thought that the audience would be tired. So he offered a small pen. But the listeners liked his singing so much that he kept requesting them to sing again and again until eight in the morning.

Apart from a performer, there were also Nusrat Discrete Composers. In India too, many music directors, especially Anu Malik and Nadeem-Shravan, copied their compositions, without thanking them.

In an interview, when he is asked that you were copied uncountably. Who copied you the best? So they answer innocently – ‘Viju Shah and Anu Malik’. Famous Hindi songs like ‘Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast’, ‘Mera Piya Ghar Aaya’, ‘Kisa Shona’, ‘Sanson Ki Mala Pe’ are basically his compositions. Apart from this, he has also sung songs like ‘Kaisa Khumar Hai’, ‘Dulhe Ka Shehra’ in Hindi films.

Training Phase

His family has a history of more than 600 years of Qawwali songs. However, Nusrat’s father Ustad Fateh Ali Khan did not want to make Maushiki his profession. He wanted to see Nusrat becoming a doctor. But when Ustad Saheb was teaching his disciples, Nusrat would secretly try to listen to him. One day when he was doing Riyaz, Ustad Saheb saw it. After that, he started training Nusrat for Maushiki.

After the passing of Ustad Fateh Ali, people said that it was no longer in the Qawwali party. But when he saw his performance in 1964, he said that Nusrat would take Ustad Saheb’s legacy even further. Later he was awarded the title of ‘Shahenshah Qawwali’.

However, he had handed over the legacy of his legacy to his dear nephew Rahat Ali, who is one of the favorite fans of not only India and Pakistan but also of the entire subcontinent. To listen to Sufi Qalam for the touch of classical music in the current music world, we turn to the Pakistani clerics of the Patiala Gharana, Rahat Fateh Ali and Shafqat Amanat Ali.

Nusrat used to perform worldwide in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Eastern, Persian and Urdu languages. Even the people of the west did not understand their language, yet they got immense love. He juggled with famous Western musicians such as Peter Gabrielle, Michael Brook, Jonathan Elias and Eddie Vedder.

If you want to explore the scope of his voice, then listen to the Alap which is used by the great filmmaker Martin Scarsese in his film ‘The Lost Temptation of Christ’.

Allama Iqbal used to say that I was confined to the adorable books and books. Fateh Ali made me famous among the common people by singing my pen. Nusrat also sang the pen of poets like Khusro, Hafiz and Iqbal in his qawwali.

His famous composition, ‘Sanson Ki Mala Pe’, which became very popular in India in 1979, uses the short verse in the Braj language of Nusrat Surdas. They also have some difficulty in its pronunciation.

“Let go of the left hand, who loves the weak,

Go out of the heart, then I will know you ”

I wish there was a composer in Hindustan who would put the positions and couplets of Sura and Tulsi in the same popular tunes as Nusrat made Khusrau, Majaj and Batalvi’s Kalam common with their singing.