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From the RBI? along with other writers from Mumbai, Delhi and Gujarat had only alerted the people of Varanasi about the upcoming dangerous situation where society will be divided on communal lines and social values like communal harmony and pluralism be disturbed.I know more about communism than any party here; international politics is not our problem, The picture in JNU was different.A group of political leaders surrounded by a handful of students was charting its own “Break in India” movement Their addresses were not about investment opportunity and aspiration but about who will put the strongest brakes on India’s development journey Cut back to January 19 The PM was on a major Northeast visit where agriculture ministers from across India had gathered for discussions He visited Sikkim and Assam announced pathbreaking development initiatives At the same time the Congress vice president touched down in Hyderabad to lend a political voice to an unfortunate suicide What the campus needed was cooling of tempers What it got instead was unfortunate politics Go back further to the run-up to the Bihar elections Awards were being returned and intolerance was alleged But within a day of the result the chorus stopped In October when the India-Africa Forum Summit brought the entire African leadership to New Delhi the priority of the Congress was to seek political mileage out of the happenings in Kerala House There are numerous such examples prompting someone to remark on social media that while the PM is asking the world to “Make in India” others are pursuing an agenda to “Break in India” or “Break India” Unable to win hearts at the ballot their design is clear: To instill a misplaced fear through petty politicking For the last several days the voices emerging from JNU are not about pioneering research for which a university should be known Instead small but shrill sections of the university have become the loudest cheerleaders for a man punished by the Indian judiciary for attacking no less than our Parliament If this is not enough clarion calls for India’s disintegration have filled the campus Let us be clear that a handful of students belonging to political outfits and an ideology on oxygen support pose no threat to the nation Their whims fancies and selective outrage if anything will do more disservice to their cause than help them There are few takers for mindless breast-beating on the issues they have picked What is however alarming is the glorification of the events in JNU By what logic are slogans like “Afzal we are ashamed for your killers are alive” or slogans for India’s disintegration considered cool intellectual and in the spirit of free speech The freedom of expression has been given by the Constitution so that young minds can debate discuss and deliberate on ideas that will enrich the individual society and the nation It is part of our culture to question We have questioned the gods our elders each other and ourselves We have only emerged stronger after such an expansive churning of thoughts and ideas Some of the greatest reforms in the Hindu faith were never imposed by stealth or slogans but through the guidance of saints seers and people from within What is happening in JNU is not freedom of expression It is neither democracy nor a liberal democratic ethos on display It is nothing but a cheap political and publicity stunt Those protesting in JNU and those supporting them should answer how chants in support of Afzal Guru became a crusade for freedom of expression Free speech doesn’t give the right to say things that are unsubstantiated untrue or go against the highest court of the land Such blatant contempt for the Constitution is deplorable Selective application of “I will disagree with you but I will defend your right to say it” does not serve any purpose This is the right moment for the “disaster tourists” to sit back introspect and course correct Why extract political capital through those who glorify the killers of our soldiers the attackers of Parliament Why seek dividends from the death of a youngster Why dash off to any tragedy just to get a few handful of votes Is this the India you want to build There are disturbing reports of a relative of a senior MP being a part of the protests But do we elect MPs so that they can support ideologies that seek to damage the nation In 2010 when Maoists mercilessly massacred 76 personnel of the CRPF there were celebrations by some student bodies in JNU Slogans against India reverberated on campus That time the unthinkable happened: The ABVP NSUI and Youth for Equality came together and staged a march against such deplorable theatrics There was a Congress government at the Centre but a student body affiliated with the BJP preferred to heed the call of the nation rather than engage in political stunts Is this too much to expect now Has the lure of power prevailed over the good of 125 crore Indians The PM has embarked on a unique mission to invite the world to India The results have been encouraging FDI inflows are up our road network is expanding we are producing more power and corruption is at its lowest ebb My humble request to those who can’t digest this is: If you have constructive criticism share it But if you don’t then for the sake of the youth the poor and the marginalised don’t challenge the integrity and the unity of the nation This will neither help you in the short run nor the nation in the long run The writer is spokesperson BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 20 2017 5:44 pm Craig Shakespeare took over from Claudio Ranieri (Source: Reuters) Related News Former Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare has backed the Premier League club to regain their best form and climb out of the relegation zone (English Premier League Home | Fixtures | Standings/Table) Shakespeare took over from Claudio Ranieri on an interim basis in February and was handed a permanent deal in June after Leicester finished 12th in the league and reached the Champions League quarter-finals The 53-year-old was sacked on Tuesday after last weekend’s 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion dropped the club to 18th in the table after just one win in eight league games “My sincere thanks to the players who have always been a pleasure to work with” Shakespeare said in a statement to the League Managers Association “I have every confidence that given time and once at full strength this squad will pull away from its current Premier League position and soon deliver the high levels of performance they have demonstrated over the past three seasons” Assistant coach Michael Appleton has been appointed caretaker manager and will oversee his first match when Leicester travel to Swansea City on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by UPENDRA BAXI | Published: December 24 2015 12:06 am Supreme Court of India Related News Limiting the right to contest panchayat elections has become a legislative trend — Haryana now subjects candidates to the requirements of having a toilet and certain minimum educational qualifications In 2014 Rajasthan enacted similar restrictions and the Supreme Court declined to grant a stay enabling the upcoming elections to proceed Early this month in Rajbala a two-judge bench validated a Haryana law disenfranchisingScheduled Caste women who had not attained the prescribed educational qualification (Class V exams) and individual candidates who had not yet built a toilet Concurring with Justice J Chelameswar’s lead opinion Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre went on to say that the toilet requirement is the “need of the hour” and should be India-wide Progressive opinion has castigated this decision for its timing — it was paradoxically announced on Human Rights Day It has been termed “retrograde” for panchayati raj governance backward-looking for the introduction of irrelevant considerations and unconstitutional posturing for failing to appreciate that contesting and voting in any election (adult suffrage) is a constitutional and not just a statutory right The reasoning of the court is however overlooked; the future review and curative petitions would show further contest Indian citizens have fundamental constitutional and statutory rights Statutory rights may be limited or extinguished by an amendment or repeal; fundamental rights are subject to reasonable restrictions and what is “reasonable” is for Parliament and the Supreme Court to finally decide; constitutional rights are neither fundamental nor statutory but these can be changed only by a constitutional amendment that must run the gauntlet of the essential features of the basic structure of the Constitution True the right to contest panchayat elections is subject to any law made by the state legislature and identical provisions (Articles 101 and 191) prescribe specific grounds for disqualification for Parliament and state legislatures But this scarcely means that the state may disenfranchise panchayat contestants at will as ruled by the Supreme Court twice by two benches of three judges — and the present bench had to hold itself thus bound Ought not the chief justice of India have constituted a larger bench as a matter of good judicial administration To say that neither counsel nor the justices asked for it is an inadequate response If the curative petition succeeds a larger bench will have to be constituted Why perform justice by stages and wait almost interminably for the right result The court can be said to have misread the constitutional right to adult suffrage — guaranteed by Article 326 — which provides for both the right to contest and to vote Constitutional rights ought not to be equated with statutory rights For example the directive principles embody social economic and cultural rights as “fundamental” to governance and making laws and policies Article 300 A confers a constitutional right that carries with it some interpretive imprimaturs of the erstwhile right to property (Article 31) Insertion or deletion of a right further requires a constitutional amendment And all amendments are subject to the doctrine of essential features of the basic structure of the Constitution The difficulty is that the court treats the right to contest as a statutory right whereas the right to vote is a constitutional right Why so What then forbids a legislature or even a judicial opinion from declaring that the latter is also such A terrifying thought occurs that this right to adult suffrage — a cornerstone of democracy — can be amended to a point of abrogation by legislature or Parliament and the Supreme Court acting in unison However the Constitution was consecrated only to subject legislative or judicial majority to its discipline not to gift the rulers a plaything True constitutional rights like fundamental rights are subject to reasonable restrictions But the regulation has to be “reasonable” as not being arbitrary under Article 14 (the new substantive due process test) or under the old criterion of reasonable classification Justice Chelameswar who made no secret of his dislike of the basic structure doctrine in the National Judicial Appointments Commission dissent now exclusively relies on the old test and upholds the Haryana law as reasonable But can a two-judge bench do so when larger benches have ruled in favour of the substantive due process test The toilet requirement is held to be reasonable because a “salutary provision designed as a step for eliminating the unhealthy practice of rural India of defecating in public ought not to be invalidated” The court also finds that “approximately 72 lakh” out of 85 lakh households living below the poverty line had already availed financial facilities made available by the state and constructed toilets Reliability apart this statistic itself shows that a lot of change had happened already without a legislative disincentive Why now exclude 13 lakh households from contesting Justice Chelameswar responds: “Those who aspire to get elected to those civic bodies and administer them must set an example for others” But we do not know what difficulties the affected people face in accessing financial assistance Nor do we know that they had wilfully not built a toilet Nor still do we know that any punitive approach adversely affecting minority populations is either reasonable or helpful On the court’s own showing 68 per cent of Scheduled Caste women would now be disqualified from contesting panchayat elections It says explicitly that the “numerical dimension of such classes in our opinion should make no difference” However the democratic process itself is based on the power of numbers whether legislative or judicial Justice Chelameswar has an additional reason: He thinks education is essential because “it is only education which gives a human being the power to discriminate between right and wrong good and bad” True to some extent; but are formal credentials the only things that enable us to distinguish between right and wrong The substance of democracy is now at stake; so is the impact of adjudicatory reasoning about reasonableness of legislative restrictions The court should be more demanding and ask the state to more fully justify performances of disenfranchisement rather than sanction feasts of disincentives that disable people from duly participating in the political life of the nation The writer is professor of law University of Warwick and former vice chancellor of the Universities of South Gujarat and Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJammu: While maintaining suspense over government formation PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday met Jammu-based party leaders a day after arriving from Srinagar for the first time since the demise of her father and the then Chief Minister Mufti Sayeed about a month back Mehbooba Mufti AFP Mehbooba visited Jammu region’s party headquarters at Gandhi Nagar and met party leaders for two-and-a-half hours It was her first visit to the party headquarters here since Sayeed’s death on 7 January She did not speak to the media but her party’s MLC and spokesman Firdos Tak said BJP will need to respond to issues raised by Mehbooba before any steps could be taken for coalition government formation "She (Mehbooba Ji) has catagorically stated that some CMBs need to taken by the Centre BJP has sought time It is they who will have to explain" he said "Both coalition partners have to sit and decide" he said On BJP leader Ram Madav’s statement there will be no condition for the formation of the government Tak said "there are no fresh conditions from PDP side We want the implementation of the ‘Agenda of Alliance’ formed by both the coalition partners" With regard to time-line for formation of the government he said "Until the CMBs are not initiated (by New Delhi) there can be no government formation" Mehbooba had asserted after meeting Governor NN Vohra on Tuesday that PDP "cannot move forward" in forming government with BJP unless the Centre takes "tangible" CBMs to address thecauses of alienation and works towards a lasting solution to the state’s problems Mufti who was invited by Vohra for consultations on government formation told him that she would like to see the Centre take "concrete steps" to address causes of the state’s "political uncertainty economic disempowerment development deficit unfulfilled promises" before she makes any moves to form the government with BJP Vohra who had stepped in to break the month-long impasse also held consultations with BJP leaders including former Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh who said the party will take any step only after PDP elects its Legislature Party leader and notifies the Governor about it BJP asked the Governor for 10 days’ time to "resolve whatever is outstanding" with PDP PTI Rajkot: Heavy rains lashed parts of Gujarat including Morbi Surendranagar and Rajkot districts leading to reservoirs and rivers overflowing their banks resulting in the death of one person officials said on Saturday Hundreds of people in these three districts were shifted to safer places from low-lying areas near rivers and dams In Rajkot authorities have asked citizens not to venture out of their houses Representational image Reuters Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani held an emergency meeting this morning to review the situation and ordered the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams to remain stationed in Tankara in Morbi district and Chotila in Surendranagar district "A middle-aged couple was swept by water near Jeta Kuba village in Lodhika taluka this morning While Navalbhai Khunt (45) could not be saved his wife was rescued" Rajkot district collector Vikrant Pandey said Chotila in Surendranagar received around 450 mm of rainfall Other parts of Surendranagar district also got substantial amount of rain officials of the state disaster response control room said Tankara in Morbi district received 340 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours the officials said "Rajkot city received 400 mm of rainfall till 11 am" Rajkot Municipal Commissioner Banchhanidhi Pani said adding that they have alerted citizens not to venture out of their houses Water-logging in low-lying areas has closed many roads and thrown life out of gear in Rajkot city he said "Around 2000 people have been shifted to safer places in Rajkot district while in Morbi district around 1400 have been moved to other places" officials of the disaster control room said "The district administration of Surendranagar rescued 12 people who were stranded in water in Bharda village in Dhrangadhra taluka and three more from Krishnagar Society in Surendrnagar town" they said Following heavy rains Aji and Macchu rivers in Rajkot and Surendranagar districts respectively have swelled after which people living in low-lying areas near the river have been alerted Rajkot administration said the district disaster team was conducting rescue operation in low-lying areas "More than 10 dams in the district are on the verge of overflowing water level in Nyari 1 and 2 and Aji 3 dams has risen to alert level" Rajkot collector Pandey said adding that the NDRF teams have been put on a standby mode and more number of people living in the low-lying areas are being taken to safer places During the review meeting the chief minister instructed the state administration to remain extra alert as the weather department has given a warning of heavy rains in the state in the next 48 hours "The NDRF teams have been stationed in Tankar Chotila and Valsad Surat of South Gujarat and Palanpur in north Gujarat" a government release said South Gujarat region also received heavy rainfall Other places which received heavy rainfall include Muli (160 mm) in Surendranagar district Padadhari (159 mm) in Rajkot district Kapadvanj (144 mm) in Kheda district Kalol (133 mm) in Gandhinagar district Vankaner (132 mm) in Morbi district Jamnagar (124 mm) Deesa (117 mm) and Mahisagar (107 mm) The State Emergency Operation Centre said high-alert has been issued for seven out of 203 dams and alert for four The high-alert has been issued for Fatehgadh in Kutch district Kankavati in Jamnagar Demi 3 and Machhu 3 in Morbi district Khodapiper in Rajkot and Marshal and Trivenisang in Surendranagar district Alert has been issued for Dholi in Bharuch district Und-2 in Jamnagar Aji 2 in Rajkot Dholidhaja in Surendranagar Of the 1577039 million cubic metre water capacity of the dams across the state 521785 million cubic metre water has been received this season Water level in Sardar Sarovar dam has gone up to 117 metres and the dam is 8526 percent full

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