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The
request from all Buddhists and Humanists was to hand over the whole
management to buddhist and not just to change the DM. What is this
mischief to continue keeping Hindus in the management committee. No
where in the world a religious committee of one religion is managed by
other religions members as well. These politicians keep on creating
tensions
among the different communities by such unconstitutional acts.

with metta,
Bhanteji


Non-Hindu can be Mahabodhi management panel’s ex officio chief

Non-Hindu can be Mahabodhi management panel's ex officio chief
The
state assembly passed the amendments to the Act of 1949
which struck off the provision of the state government nominating a
Hindu as chairperson of the committee in case of the DM being a
non-Hindu.
PATNA: A non-Hindu DM of Gaya can now become ex officio chairperson of the Bodh Gaya Temple Management Committee (BTMC).
The state assembly on Tuesday passed the amendments to the Act of 1949
which
struck off the provision of the state government nominating a Hindu as
chairperson of the committee in case of the DM being a non-Hindu.


It changed the 63 years old provision in the Act amended to end dispute between the Hindus and the Buddhists.

Replying to the debate, chief
minister 
Nitish Kumar said
in a secular framework, it was not justified to mention the religion of
a DM in the Act. “An official is a secular government representative.
He does not represent any religion,” Nitish said. He clarified that the
amendment was not aimed at interfering in the religious affairs of the
Buddhists. He accused the BJP of unnecessarily giving it a controversial
colour and comparing it with other religious trusts and boards.


The
CM referred to the discussion the chairman of National Minorities
Commission, Wajahat Habibullah, had with him over this issue. He said it
had been demanded time and again for full Buddhists control over the
Bodh Gaya shrine and the Act was amended to settle that issue. There is
provision of four Buddhists and equal number of Hindus in the committee
with ex officio chairman as its ninth member. At least two cases on the
issue are pending in the Supreme Court, he said.


The Supreme Court had
also been informed through an affidavit that necessary amendments were
being made to the Act. “This has nothing to do with the serial blasts in
Bodh Gaya,” the CM clarified, adding that preparations for the
amendment had been started in April and nothing has been decided in a
haste.


The walkout by the BJP
provoked Nitish who said they did not have the courage to listen to
others. “They are scared because their hollow objections will fall flat
and their own people will not believe them. That is why they ran away,”
he said and added, “Secularism is rooted deep in 
Bihar and the attempts by the BJP to create suspicion and hatred will not succeed.”

Earlier, leader of opposition in the assembly, Nand Kishore Yadav,
opposed the amendment saying there had never been a dispute over the
Hindu DM and wondered how a non-Hindu DM could manage the temple
management. He referred to Hindu Religious Board and Wakf Board saying
there is provision that only a Hindu or a Muslim can be on their
respective boards. He also suggested that amendment could be made to
remove the DM from the chairperson post.


RJD’s Abdul Bari Siddiqui favoured
that the shrine of any religion should be handed over to that religion
and places of worship should not be made controversial. He referred to 
Babri Masjid in this connection and said it would be better if a Buddhist scholar was nominated as the committee chairman.

Sadanand Singh of the Congress and Awadhesh Kumar Rai of the CPI favoured the government amendment.


VOICE OF SARVA SAMAJ SADBHAVAN


Fw: Buddhist not Happy with Bihar Govt. amendment for BTMC [22

[Attachment(s) from vinaya rakkhita included below]

FYI

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Bhadant Prajnasheel
To: ; Ven. Vinayarakkhita
Sent: Wednesday, 31 July 2013 4:23 PM
Subject: Buddhist not Happy with Bihar Govt. amendment for BTMC


Dear Sir/Madam,

Yesterday Bihar Govt. amended in BodhGaya Temple Act 1949. 
Hindu
Chairman District Magistrate Gaya is changed  by Bihar Government in
amendment in BodhGaya Temple Act 1949. I think this is not amendment its
sum followed Indian Constitution by state Govt. not amendment about
Buddhist S
ecretary
or increase of Buddhist members in management. Secretary was mostly
Hindu. 1949 to 1998 Hindu, 2001 to 2006 Hindu. one person 29 years,
other 12 and two was 6-6 Yrs. Hindus. BodhGaya Saivaite Matth Hindu
Mahantha always life member in BTMC.

I attached 4 pages for publishing Press Notes.

Thanking with Loving- Kindness.

Bhadant Prajnasheel Thero

National General Secretary

BuddhaGaya Mahabodhi Vihara All India Action Committee, Delhi

Mob. 99 3172 5018 Bihar 96 3789 7188 Bihar and 92 1218 5315 Delhi

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The Times of India



Divide Uttar Pradesh into four states, Mayawati says


Divide Uttar Pradesh into four states, Mayawati says
Mayawati has sought division of Uttar Pradesh into 4 states.

LUCKNOW: The Bahujan Samaj Party demanded splitting of Uttar Pradesh
into four smaller states on Wednesday, a day after the Congress Working
Committee (CWC) urged the government to form a separate state of
Telangana.

“We have always supported smaller states,” BSP chief Mayawati said here at a press conference.

She said Uttar Pradesh should be divided into four smaller states —
Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Awadh Pradesh and Pashchim Pradesh.

“When this population is divided between four states, development will increase,” she said.

“Ministers in central government who hail from Uttar Pradesh should
build pressure on the central government for formation of these states,”
she added.



After Telangana, demand to divide Uttar Pradesh picks momentum


The decision of the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA) on
Telangana has struck the right chords in Uttar Pradesh political
circles.

Now, supporters of former Chief Minister Mayawati  have begun rallying around the
demand for splitting Uttar Pradesh into two, three or even four states.


  • After Telangana, demand to divide Uttar Pradesh picks momentum

After Telangana, demand to divide Uttar Pradesh picks momentum

 BSP
supremo had proposed in the assembly that
the sprawling state be split into four parts.

Many people welcomed her proposal, though the Samajwadi Party leaders opposed the idea.

The
debate continues on whether smaller administrative units open the way
to accelerated economic growth and help bridge communication gap.

At
the local level, BSP leaders see political  and a
broad-basing of the party organisation. “From just one now, the BSP
could rule four states in the future,” says a party leader, echoing a
widespread feeling.


People all over the country see political  and a
broad-basing of the BSP party organisation.

It was Dr B.R. Ambedkar who in 1954 advocated splitting of bigger states into smaller units.

The issue came in sharper focus when Agra lawyers, in
the early 1980s, launched a mass movement for a Allahabad High Court
bench in Agra.

Almost
all political parties have at one point or the other supported the
restructuring of the federal polity on a more scientific line, taking
into account the area and population, says political analyst Rajeev
Saxena.

“The time has come when a comprehensive exercise to redraw
the political map of India should be carried out through a new SRC,”
suggests social scientist Paras Nath Choudhary, former researcher at the
South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University.

“Size does make a
difference. For political reasons, the Congress party has been averse to
splitting bigger states into smaller ones and pointlessly dragging feet
on such demands as is happening in Andhra Pradesh. Earlier the
Uttarakhand movement was unnecessarily prolonged for years,” he added.

With
Telangana now becoming a reality, people in the Taj city are excited
and looking forward to a whole lot of new opportunities, should the
dream for a separate state of West Uttar Pradesh take shape.

“With
the unwieldy size of Uttar Pradesh, Agra region has always got a raw
deal, with all the funds and tax revenues siphoned off to eastern
districts. A new state of West Uttar Pradesh, whatever its name, would
definitely spur growth and also inculcate a sense of pride and
identity,” says Sudhir Gupta, an activist.



Divide Uttar Pradesh into four states, says Mayawati

Lucknow, Jul 31 (IANS): The Bahujan Samaj Party
demanded splitting of Uttar Pradesh into four smaller states Wednesday,
a day after the Congress Working Committee (CWC) urged the government
to form a separate state of Telangana.

“We have always supported smaller states,” BSP chief Mayawati said here at a press conference.

She said Uttar Pradesh should be divided into four smaller states —
Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Awadh Pradesh and Pashchim Pradesh.

“When this population is divided between four states, development will increase,” she said.

“Ministers in central government who hail from Uttar Pradesh should
build pressure on the central government for formation of these states,”
she added.

Supporters of Mayawati 
have begun rallying around the demand for splitting Uttar Pradesh into
two, three or even four states.

Many people welcomed her proposal, though the Samajwadi Party leaders opposed the idea.

The debate continues on whether smaller administrative units open the
way to accelerated economic growth and help bridge communication gap.

At the local level, BSP leaders see political opportunities and a
broad-basing of the party organisation. “From just one now, the BSP
could rule four states in the future,” says a party leader, echoing a
widespread feeling.

It was Dr B.R. Ambedkar who in 1954 advocated splitting of bigger states into smaller units.

Later, socialists like Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, Jai Prakash Narain,
Acharya Kripalani and others favoured re-drawing of the administrative
map of India. But, Jawaharlal Nehru, the then prime minister, supported
the States Reorganisation Commission (SRC) recommendation of re-forming
states on linguistic basis.

Choudhary Charan Singh also favoured smaller states. Later, his son
and Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh launched a movement for Harit
Pradesh, comprising 22 districts of western Uttar Pradesh.

Dr K.M. Panikkar, in his dissenting note to the SRC report, however,
opposed linguistic states and favoured formation of a state of west
Uttar Pradesh. For years, socialist leader Hukum Singh Parihar alone
carried on the movement for a Braj Pradesh with Agra as its capital.

During the 1975-77 Emergency, Sanjay Gandhi almost succeeded in
carving out a new state of western Uttar Pradesh with Agra as capital.
The new state was to include parts of Haryana too.

The issue came in sharper focus when Agra lawyers, in the early
1980s, launched a mass movement for a Allahabad High Court bench in
Agra. The union government set up the Jaswant Singh Commission, which
supported the demand.

In the 1990s, Surekha Yadav’s Braj Pradesh Party did a lot of work on this front, but response from public was not enthusiastic.

Almost all political parties have at one point or the other supported
the restructuring of the federal polity on a more scientific line,
taking into account the area and population, says political analyst
Rajeev Saxena.

“The time has come when a comprehensive exercise to redraw the
political map of India should be carried out through a new SRC,”
suggests social scientist Paras Nath Choudhary, former researcher at the
South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University.

“Size does make a difference. For political reasons, the Congress
party has been averse to splitting bigger states into smaller ones and
pointlessly dragging feet on such demands as is happening in Andhra
Pradesh. Earlier the Uttarakhand movement was unnecessarily prolonged
for years,” he added.

With Telangana now becoming a reality, people in the Taj city are
excited and looking forward to a whole lot of new opportunities, should
the dream for a separate state of West Uttar Pradesh take shape.

“With the unwieldy size of Uttar Pradesh, Agra region has always got a
raw deal, with all the funds and tax revenues siphoned off to eastern
districts. A new state of West Uttar Pradesh, whatever its name, would
definitely spur growth and also inculcate a sense of pride and
identity,” says Sudhir Gupta, an activist.



 



‘Uttar Pradesh ungovernable’ Jairam Ramesh favours division

  1. Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

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    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

    People all over the country see political and a
    broad-basing of the BSP party organisation as it was Dr B.R. Ambedkar
    who in 1954 advocated splitting of bigger states into smaller units.The
    previous Mayawati government had got a controversial resolution
    passed in the State Assembly on splitting Uttar Pradesh into four
    smaller states as Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Awadh Pradesh and Pashchimanchal. Mayawati
    said when her party was in power, she had created new divisions, zones,
    districts and tehsils so that better administration could be provided
    to the people of the state, which is the most populous state in the
    country. Purely from an administrative point of view, a state of over 200
    million people, 72 districts, over 800 blocks… It’s just not
    governable.”It is unfortunate that the
    central government kept it pending since then, but with Telangana
    becoming a reality, BSP demands that on the principle of one
    language-one state, the Centre, besides reorganising larger states,
    should also complete the process of division of Uttar Pradesh into four
    states, besides (formation of) Gorkhakland and Vidarbha,” she said. Size
    does make a difference. For political reasons, the Congress
    party has been averse to splitting bigger states into smaller ones and
    pointlessly dragging feet on such demands as is happening in Andhra
    Pradesh. Earlier the Uttarakhand movement was unnecessarily prolonged
    for years.”When this population is divided between four states, development will increase,” she said.

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After Telangana, clamour for reorganisation of Uttar Pradesh

Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan


Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

People all over the country see political and a
broad-basing
of the BSP party organisation as it was Dr B.R. Ambedkar who in 1954
advocated splitting of bigger states into smaller units.The previous
Mayawati government had got a controversial resolution
passed in the State Assembly on splitting Uttar Pradesh into four
smaller states as Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Awadh Pradesh and Pashchimanchal. Mayawati
said when her party was in power, she had created new divisions, zones,
districts and tehsils so that better administration could be provided
to the people of the state, which is the most populous state in the
country. Purely from an administrative point of view, a state of over 200
million people, 72 districts, over 800 blocks… It’s just not
governable.”It is unfortunate that the
central government kept it pending since then, but with Telangana
becoming a reality, BSP demands that on the principle of one
language-one state, the Centre, besides reorganising larger states,
should also complete the process of division of Uttar Pradesh into four
states,
besides (formation of) Gorkhakland and Vidarbha,” she said. Size does
make a difference. For political reasons, the Congress
party has been averse to splitting bigger states into smaller ones and
pointlessly dragging feet on such demands as is happening in Andhra
Pradesh. Earlier the Uttarakhand movement was unnecessarily prolonged
for years.”When this population is divided between four states, development will increase,” she said.

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it happens here to make Mayawati as PM then mental asylums may not be
required so that they could lead a sane life by shedding hatred.


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