Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Janata Party's National Council meeting in New Delhi

Janata Party's National Council meeting

Please see the janata Party 's National council meeting being addressed by different speakers on Sunday 17 March 2013 ,at Mavalankar Hall, New Delhi.

The meeting was presided over by President Dr Subramanian Swamy .

Earlier in the day the national Executive Committee of the party met to finalize the agenda for the national council.

Five resolutions were adopted by NE were sent to NC for approval with amendments.

These were Political resolution, Economic resolution, Resolution on International Affairs, Resolution on national security and Resolution on Indian Identity.

Detailed report will follow along with resolutions adopted by NC.

The  meeting was attended by NC members from 17 states. 


Besides Dr. Swamy those who addressed  included Dr Arvind Chaturvedi, Jagdish Shetty, VS Chandralekha , RA Sankhdhar ( all members of CPB).

Prof. Tholloor Sasidharan, Dr Bangali Singh, Ajay Jagga, C Nataraj  (all general secreatries), Murali Manohar Singh, S.Jaishankar ( national secretaries).

The State Presidents attended were Dr. Suneel Maggo ( Host state Delhi ),  Abdul Rehaman Lone ( Jammu  & Kashmir ) , Zaheer Ansari ( Uttarakhand), Dr MS Dhanju ( Punjab), Tilak Ganguly( West Bengal), Prof Devendra Prasad Singh ( Bihar), Balwant Kumar (Jharkhand), TG MohanDas (Kerala), PV Chalapathi Rao ( Andhra), NS Khed ( Karnataka ), Manoj Mehta ( Maharshtra),  besides VS Chandralekha(TN) & RA Sankhdhar (UP) mentioned earlier.


Saturday, March 9, 2013

Public Awareness Programme against Corruption inaugurated

Janata Party President Dr. Subramanian Swamy said Prime Minister ManMohan singh can not stop corruption in his government because he has no back-bone .

Dr Swamy was inaugurating Public Awareness Programme Against  Corruption launched by Bihar unit of janata Party on February 17 in patna.

The meeting of Bihar Pradesh Janata party was presided over by Dr Devendra Prasad Singh  . National general secretary Dr Arvind Chaturvedi was the chief guest  on the occasion.

The meeting was held at Premchand rangshala in Patna. In the jam packed hall  addressing party workers Dr Swamy  said that  time has come when every citizen of this country should revolt against corrupt practices or else  future generations will not forgive us.
He said India is  very rich in  resources -be it natural resources or human resources. Indians are capable of hard work, they are honest and dedicated ,but few corrupt elements in the society are spoiling the system .

Dr Swamy said that Bihar is politically very cautious state and what Bihar thinks today, India thinks later. He also remembered the contribution of Lokanayak Jai Prakash Narain, the founder of Janata Party.

JP general secretary Dr Arvind Chaturvedi ,in his fiery speech, said there is no point in speculating about the next  PM  but Dr Swamy is the ablest person to become the Prime Minister of India. He also took Nitish Kumar governemnt to task and cited  PCI special Committee report on paid news about Bihar .

Dr Devendra Prasad Singh, Bihar state president preseneted  the campaign plan in  districts of Bihar in the coming months. He announced a State Sammelan  in April 2013 and a rally of Janata Party workers in October ,in Patna.

Stae President described Dr Subramanian Swamy as the Chankaya of present-day politics. He said this role of Chanakya is not enough he has to be made Chandra Gupta.

Later addressing Press and TV mediamen Dr Swamy said, that in the  next election  BJP led NDA may get up to 300 seats if narendra Modi is projected as PM candidate. 

He said the Chopper deal the commission has gone to the corrupt politicians in Congress. He asked why the probe is not targeted at "The family' .

Dr swamy said that if the governm,ent is at all serious ,they should sent a letter rogatory and get all the details from Italy as the corrupt people there have alraedy been arrested.
Others who spoke on the occasion were Chandra Deo Sharma, Paras Rai, Anand Praksh Vidyarthi, Bhupendra Nath Singh, Satish Singh, Prof Arun Kumar, Prof Awadh kishore Singh, Rana Pratap, Shambhu Sharan, Ashok Kumar, Renu Upadhyay, Dr Bhupendra, Manoj Kumar, Murali Manohar Singh among others.

The sammelan was represented by workers& office bearers from Patna, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Bhojpur, Arah, Aurangabad, Nawada, Munger, Vaishali, Samastipur, Begusarai units of janata party.

Friday, March 8, 2013

Janata Party National Council meeting on March 17

The national Council of Janata Party will meet on March 17 in new Delhi to discuss the current political situation and chalk out a plan of action keeping in view the next lok sabha polls.

The  janata party delegates  will participate from 21  states and UTs of the country .

On march 17, first the national executive committee of janata party will meet in the morning to finalize the resolutions to be put before the national council.

About 800 delegates from 21 states/UTs will attend the meeting of the national Council.


Dr Swamy gives a blue -print for India's economy

Janata Party President Dr Subramanian Swamy presented a blue-print for India's economic development and said it is still possible to achieve double digit growth and beat China in 20 years.

Dr Swamy was speaking at meeting od the Patriotic Tweeples  in AV college  hall in Hyderabad on february 10.

He said agriculture must get its due share of investment without which the yield and agriculture production can not grow.

Dr Swamy said the demographic dividend whih India has should be turned into an advantage as in the years to come only India will have lowest averafge age compared to China, Japan and european countries, which is an advantage to India.

He said fighting corruption at this stage in India will help new generation and  India's economic growth will depend on  a clean nad impartial system.

Abou 150 tweeples attended the meeting ,which was also addressed by Dr Hanuman Choudhary, Dr Arvind Chaturvedi and Mr Jagdish Shetty.

Mr Chalapathi Rao propsed a vote of thanks .  

गोविन्दाचार्य बोले,डॉ.स्वामी बने पीएम

गोविन्दाचार्य बोले,डॉ.स्वामी बने पीएम

चित्तौडगढ़। राष्ट्रीय स्वाभिमान आंदोलन के संस्थापक एवं चिंतक केएन गोविंदाचार्य ने देश में प्रधानमंत्री पद के उम्मीदवार को लेकर चल रही चर्चा के बीच जनता पार्टी के नेता डॉ. सुब्रह्मणम स्वामी को इसके लिए बेहतर उम्मीदवार बताया हैं।

गोविंदाचार्य बुधवार को पत्रकारों को बताया कि देश के लिए डा. स्वामी को सबसे बढिया तथा कांग्रेस के लिए दिग्विजय सिंह को राहुल गांधी से बेहतर उम्मीदवार बताया। उन्होंने कहा कि स्वामी पिछले चालीस साल से देश की राजनीति में सक्रिय हैं और देश के मुद्दों को समझते हैं जबकि गांधी को अभी बहुत कुछ सीखना है। उन्होंने कहा कि कांग्रेस ने उन पर जो बोझ डाला हैं उससे उनका विकास अवरूद्ध होगा

उन्होंने कहा कि देश इस समय राजनीतिक संक्रमण से गुजर रहा हैं ऎसे में प्रधानमंत्री पद की उम्मीदवारी के लिए व्यक्तियों नहीं बल्कि समझ के साथ साथ मुद्दों एवं मूल्यों पर चर्चा की जानी चाहिए।

गोविन्दाचार्य ने वर्तमान भारतीय राजनीति पर कड़ा कटाक्ष करते हुए कहा कि देश में आज सभी दल चिंतन एवं चरित्र के लिहाज से एक हो गए हैं जिससे सत्ता एवं विपक्ष का भेद ही समाप्त हो गया है। उन्होंने कहा कि सभी दल विदेशी एवं अमीर परस्त नीतियां अपना रहे हैं जिससे आज गरीब के हक एवं हितों की आवाज संसद में कम और सड़कों पर ज्यादा सुनाई दे रही है। उन्होंने बताया वह वैकल्पिक राजनीति के पैरोकार बने हैं और उन्होंने ऎसे पचास से अधिक समूहों के साथ बैठकर देश में राजनीतिक चुनाव सुधारों पर एक प्रस्ताव बनाया है जिसे आगामी बसंत पंचमी पर चुनाव आयोग को सौंपा जाएगा

Dr Swamy wants black money to nationalized

Subramanian Swamy wants black money nationalised

State’s takeover of the accounts of Indians in banks abroad is a sure way of getting back the black money stashed outside the country, Janata Party president and noted economist Subramanian Swamy has said.

He was answering a question during a question-answer session after delivering a lecture on ‘FDI in Retail, Corruption and Black Money vis-a-vis Indian Economy’ organised by the Rajasthani Graduates Association at RG Kedia College here on Monday.

He said nationalisation of the accounts in foreign banks would make them national wealth and the money, with the help of UN, can be brought back to India. ‘’If a person proves that his account in the foreign bank is all genuine and legitimate, that account will be freed and the money could be given back to them,’’ he said.

On Narendra Modi as prime ministerial candidate, he said the publicity was a design of the Congress to create a rift in the BJP. No prime ministerial candidate had been announced prior to polls. ‘’I will be the first person to welcome if Modi’s name is announced,’’ he said.

In his lecture, Swamy said there were two types of financial flow from one country to another: FDI is long term and ‘hot money’ the short term. ‘’Foreign bank loans, investment in equities and bonds by foreign countries and people come under the definition of hot money. It should not be more than 10 percent in the country but has increased in the last seven to eight years to 40 percent. It is a worrying factor since it can destabilise the country’s economy,’’ he said and recalled the economic crisis in Japan in the late 70s and in Latin America.

He attributed the credit for the economic reforms of the 90s to former prime minister PV Narasimha Rao who, he said, was insulted by his own party in later years.
Saying that he was wary of the new economic changes, Swamy said, ‘’A US company would get loan at the rate of 2 percent form its bank in the US, invest it here, use the cheap labour and reap riches while an Indian company, which gets a loan at an interest rate of 12 to 18 percent, cannot compete with it.’’
He emphasised the need for Indians returning to their roots and respecting their culture and traditions instead of blindly following western thought.

Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy said that he will expose another major scam in the coming days. Dr Swamy was in Hyderabad last month to address a meeting of Patriotic Tweeples  and was talking tp press persons.

In Hyderabad Dr Swamy addressed a gathering of rajasthani citizens  at Kedia College  on February 9.

Without elaborating on his proposed expose, Mr. Swamy said in the same breath “I will not leave P. Chidambaram (Union Finance Minister) though he got a reprieve from a two judge bench of the Supreme Court which dismissed his review petition in the 2 G scam. I will catch Chidambaram in a curative petition before the general elections”, he said delivering a lecture on foreign direct investment (FDI) and corruption which was organised by Rajasthani Graduates Assocaition on Saturday.

On dismissal of his petition against Union home minister P Chidambaram, he said he would appeal for a review. ‘’Main usko Chodunga Nahi,’’he said and revealed that there were 16 petitions pending against Chidambaram.

On Kejriwal’s charges against Robert Vadra, the Janta Party chief said had Kejriwal approached a court, Vadra could not have got a chance to cover his tracks.

Asserting that Mr. Chidambaram was fit to be his “target practice”, Mr. Swamy said he did not expect the former to contest the elections as the Congress would like to get relieved of him.

He added that he will not spare anyone in corruption cases but said he will make Robert Vadra an exception because it would be to the advantage of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi if he initiated legal action against him for irregularities.

The relationship between Mr. Vadra and his mother-in-law were very strained, he alleged.

Discussing the dangers of FDI, he said they were on account of capital infusion by foreign players like Walmart after borrowing funds in their countries at an interest rate of 2 per cent and exploiting cheap labour here to outwit domestic investors who paid interest as high as 12 to 18 per cent. If a level playing field was ensured, he said the domestic investors would drive away their foreign competitors.

‘I will not leave P. Chidambaram though he got a reprieve from the Supreme Court. I will catch him in a curative petition before the general elections’

( Courtesey Express News Service and  The Hindu)