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LG of Delhi is rulling delhi, literally

23 May

The rest of full chief ministers are learning from this moment, on how a half chief minister is challenging a full prime minister. Remember few years back, AK said, they will even succeed in changing how politics is done in this country. This is one of those examples. For better of worse, time will tell.

 

Modi is just Congress v2.0

17 May

Modi’s first central government and BJP are following as per the teaching of Congress. To do and finish all the naughty things in the first two years. The good looking pleasing work of the government will only start from 2017 budget.
His policies are just rewrapped congress policies, changing names, or officers. His government is only better than congress. Better itself is a relative word. :)
Governments dont usually work for the people in the first few years of office. Mostly are in revenge mode against the last ruling party. There is only one government in recent times who is busy pleasing people like there is another election in few months again. Its the AAP government in Delhi.

 
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2014 was the best rookie mistake

14 Feb

AAP’s victory is analyzed by everyone from many different aspects. The 2014 election is never accounted as a positive reason but a very bad phase. If you say 2014 was a massive failure, it was the best failure any political party would ask for but they rarely get to witness.

Your are right if you see the 2014 general election results, a rookie party lost almost all seats but 4. But you are wrong if you see how it helped the volunteers. A new party to win in such a majority takes more than decades of presence. Every election in every diff place is unique and so parties fail to expand cause they fail in new areas. But, every failure is a lesson. Other parties fail many times before they learn all the don’t-dos and finally they do it right.

For case of AAP, they fought more than 500 seats at once. The volunteers (not the party leaders) already got a heads up on loosing lessons from all parts of India. Personally, we also found out 90% about the internal workings of the “Amit Shah election winning machine”. With that overdose of experience we got from just 1 election and just 5 months, its just next to impossible for that Election Winning Machine to be able to do any major surprise tactics. And that’s why participating in nation-wide 2014 general elections is extremely critical for this victory.

I have been a foot for AAP all through mid-October-November 2013 and from March to May 2014. Have been in Delhi, Gurgaon, Srinagar and Varanasi trying to help. Hence I can validate that I myself learned a lot about campaigning and participating in elections.

 
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Capitalism is getting deeper into India

11 Dec

For capitalism to enter you also need to deregulate our entire economy. Like TRAI chief can be MP was one of the early changes. And who are MPs in our country is well known. Self-regulation is just another nice name for no-regulation. The signs of that is seen how media behaves just around delhi, bombay and the khans. As if the other parts of the country dont exists at all. Everyone of us is a millionare and they have coughs.

Self regulation has been setup for all industries and mines too. So they will nicely do better than govt could force them to do. If you were shocked that UPA appointed Moili as Environment and Mining Minister (LOL), now they have complete made the environment minister into a toothless useless ministry.
There other things will also come up soon, like insurance policies getting weaker regulations, for instance there was higher FDI in insurance announced recently.

Then you will see even worse govt healthcare set up on purpose cause only good healthcare will be in Private hospitals.

Then education quality will be even more destroyed till only private colleges will be the single source of education.

Regulations over agriculture will also be destroyed so GMO foods which make millions of dollars for Bayer, etc will spread all over India as compulsory seeds.

Where is the money to pay fees of this Air conditioned first class hospitals and schools? Where do the children of laborers, villagers and bus drivers go to study? Do the people who wash our cars daily deserve less? Do you think its their choice? Do they even have a choice?

Earlier developed countries looked like everything was better than India. But what I noticed is for capitalism, common people have no place. Either you start your career as a slave with a huge loan to pay for the next decade or just go to hopeless living conditions cause you could not learn anything important in govt schools.

I hope I am totally wrong.

 
 

RTI to HUDA, Gurgaon in 3 straight steps

11 Jun

HUDA is the authority which is constructing and maintaining all HUDA sectors and services in most of south Gurgaon and some some areas in north Gurgaon. They maintain water, sewerare, roads, streetlights, pavements, garbage, gardens in their areas. To file RTI it is usually better to apply to the correct authority though not required. When you are not sure about who to address it, its easier to submit the application addressing it to PIO, HUDA Administrator who is handling all estates of Gurgaon. They have two estates which divide Gurgaon into Estate Office 1 -  located in Sector 14, HUDA complex and Estate Office 2 Рlocated in Sector 56 HUDA Complex. There are other divisions called Executive Engineers (XEN) who handle their divisions and there are XEN for horticulture and electrical.

Step 1:

Draft the question in a plain paper. You may also print it in your own format. Address the application to the PIO, HUDA Administrator, Gurgaon and provide your communication postal address in the application for sending the response. Specify each questions in bullet points. Specify complete questions in every point. Also specify the date range or as on date for every question. And also specify the format of answers for the questions. Generally, the answers are given in copies of the documents. Make sure you specify certified copies so that the copies are all attested by stamp and signed by the govt. staff. Certified copies are required to further proceed with the reply.

Step 2:

Buy a Rs.50 Postal Order from any post office which is signed by the postal staff. The fees of Rs.5 will also be charged extra by the postal staff.

Step 3:

Visit the HUDA complex at Sector 14 as shown below and submit the RTI application at the reception. There is rarely any queue at the reception. Ask help for filling the postal order at the reception itself. It would take just 2 mins to finish the application and getting a acknowledgement receipt.

Please post your questions in the comments.

 

RTI to Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon in 3 straight steps

11 Jun

Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon is handling all villages, non-HUDA areas. Most of it in north Gurgaon and few villages in south Gurgaon. The areas which come under MCG, it is taking care of all the services, roads, sewerage, water, gardens. Areas which are HUDA sectors are not operated by MCG. The RTI fees for MCG is Rs.50 and has to be submitted in MCG office, Opposite Govt. Hospital, Gurgaon.

Step 1:

Draft the question in a plain paper. You may also print it in your own format. Address the application to the PIO, Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon and provide your communication postal address in the application for sending the response. Specify each questions in bullet points. Specify complete questions in every point. Also specify the date range or as on date for every question. And also specify the format of answers for the questions. Generally, the answers are given in copies of the documents. Make sure you specify certified copies so that the copies are all attested by stamp and signed by the govt. staff. Certified copies are required to further proceed with the reply.

Step 2:

Buy a Rs.50 Postal Order from any post office which is signed by the postal staff. The fees of Rs.5 will also be charged extra by the postal staff. There is a Gurgaon Main Post office at the start of east entrance of Sadar Bazaar. This post office is also closest to the MCG office by a walking distance of 200m.

Step 3:

Visit the MCG office in Gurgaon, Citizen Felicitation Center and submit the application at the counter. It may take about 10 mins depending on the queue. There is no specific RTI counter. General counter will also accept the application. They will give you a MCG receipt for the RTI. Keep that receipt properly for future use, e.g. appeals to the Appellate Authority.

The entire process may take under 1 hour. The maps for the post office and MCG office is given below:

Please post any questions in the comments.

 
 

Who is Aam Aadmi

05 Apr

Common man and women are anyone and everyone around us who are living honest lives in our country, following laws of our country and have expectations from our governments. These people often do not entirely know the facts of the government and its capabilities. They were expecting from all the promises that the MPs, MLAs and all other elected members made and rarely fulfilled. They are now angered, with a very good understanding of what power a citizen has in this country, they have challenged the system forced upon them for the benefit of the few. They are taking control in their own hands. Aam Aadmi Party is just few of those common people who will change our country into a better and safer one for all of us.

 
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What is anarchy?

14 Mar

It wasn’t anarchy then when people were burnt alive with the free supply of petrol.

It wasn’t anarchy then when revenge towards the attire was the slogan of the government.

It isn’t anarchy today when they kill themselves cause they can’t pay their loans back or fail to feed their loved ones.

It isn’t anarchy today to rank as the top capital for a worst list.

Anarchy is only when you protest against all of these while they still happen near you and the government determined inaction.

For just a moment, think!

 
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Dear Metropolitan Friends

13 Mar

Dear Metropolitan Friends,

I understand the reason on why you wish for Modi’s style of good governance. Your objective is to earn and live a very comfortable lifestyle, be able to easily grow your business and have more frequent holidays in the western world. That’s alright.

What you may not understand is that Aam Aadmi Party’s is promising you that same holiday experience in your own city, by implementing Swaraj, self rule.

If you wish for an elevated walkway, a 24 hours pub, cheap parking near the malls, very good traffic condition between your home and office, flawless power lines, clean and wide footpaths, bright street lights, and extremely safe jogger friendly streets all through the day and all through the night.

All this has to be your and your neighbors decision. Not in the assembly, or in the parliament. All that is just as much possible if you believe.

The journey to fetch fresh water for a resident of the Dharavi slum; Photo: Meena Kadri/flickr:meanestindian

That is Swaraj. AAP does not want to come to power to become powerful but to make all of its citizens equally powerful.

By Swaraj, not just your own lives will change, but more importantly, the lives of the 80% of our citizens (which we never see) will also change. Believe it or not, outside our shining metro cities, our fellow citizens have been living under a dictatorship governments. Their stories are absolutely never reported to us. Is it fair to dictate them where they live, what food they eat, what schools they go or if they don’t go at all, whether their nearest hospital is 5km away or 50 km from their homes? The luxury metropolitan life we all live in, hides us that most of our fellow citizens have questions none of us wants to talk about. Is being Indian, means being selfish to this extend? All the governments (and media) do is show us metropolitan citizens that everything around us is very good and comfortable. And then we just believe everything. So our democracy is practiced by controlling the lives of 80% of our fellow citizens who we never see and controlling the minds of the rest 20% of us who live a comfortable and careless life. This is not democracy.

That is why AAP aims to change the system we are made to like or think. We change it into a way we can express ourselves, make our own choices, live healthy, peacefully and happily with everyone of our citizens. That is the only single objective of Aam Aadmi Party.

Please make a wise choice this time.

Thank you.

 
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What is the funniest translation you have ever heard or read?

09 Jan

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