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2503 Tue 16 Jan 2018 LESSON Behenji Ms Mayawati’s wonderful Birthday on 15-1-2018 was celebrated all over the country in most Happiest way said GP Upasak coordinator of Karnataka BSP.
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 2503 Tue 16 Jan 2018 LESSON


Behenji
Ms Mayawati’s wonderful Birthday on 15-1-2018  was celebrated all over
the country in most Happiest way said GP Upasak coordinator of Karnataka
BSP.  He said that to save Democracy the cadres of Sarvajan Samaj
through out the country contacted the people by taking the oath that
they will never rest till the country is saved. He told what Ms Mayawati
said that
“We alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and
pro-capitalist BJP! Get ready!” which wasBehanji Mayawati’s clarion call
to the BSP workers.

The party claims to be inspired by the philosophy of
Gautama Buddha,B. R. Ambedkar, Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, Narayana Guru,
Periyar E. V. Ramasamy and Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj.It was founded by
Kanshi Ram in 1984, who named his protégée Mayawati as his successor in
2001.

As
dreamt by Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar, Manyawar Kanshi Ram Saheb launched
the political party, namely, Bahujan Samaj Party on April 14, 1984.  We,
by following the footsteps of our ancestors and guidance of Manyawar
Kanshi Ram Saheb, are able to form our own government for four times in
Uttar Pradesh in the past. As the result, we are able to improve the
socio-economic condition of our people in Uttar Pradesh. We are able to
secure the constitutional rights of our people. We are also able to
build memorials, statues and parks in the honor of our ancestors. But we
could not succeed to form our government in other states. As the
result, atrocities against our people are continuing unabatedly.
Exploitation of the poor has not been ended.

The Techno-Politico-Socio-Transformation and Economic Emancipation Movement is nothing but the ART of GIVING!

Now
that BSP is increasing the pace of the movement in a greater speed,
They mobilize more funds to achieve greater success. BSP is a
self-respect movement. Self-respect movement can succeed only with
self-help. BSP is  not taking funds from business houses and corporate
companies. Collecting money through membership is one source for BSP.
Now BSP restarted the collection of funds on Behenji Ms Mayawati’s 
birthday every year as BSP were doing earlier. With these two sources,
BSP can manage the party activities. Funds are collected through
registers in the name of Jankalyan Diwas. Similarly, BSP also deposit
the membership money with the Central Office as and when they enroll the
members.

    •    Collection of funds on the eve of Bahenji Ms
Mayawati s birthday to be continued in future, It has become a tradition
for the Bahujan Samaj to collect money for running the movement.

Through
out  Karnataka in 6 different places Bike rally with thousands of
cadres participation was conducted in a successful manner.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLU-aTYkkUQ
Bahan Kumari Mayawati Birthday rally by BSP Bangalore on 15-1-2018 starting from Anekal.
Jai Bhim reports some unheard voices in our society. Our mission is to
bring such voices in front of the public and to make them understand
there are dark sides in our society.
This video is about a bike rally conducted on behalf of Mayawathi’s 62nd birthday by BSP

 Jaibheem.
We than all those who made the Bike Rally in all the 6 placed thorugh
out the Karnataka State in a most successful manner on 15-1-2018
dedicating our movement by reaching our Bhaujan Samaj.including at
Anekal as the starting point. said Lakshmi.

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/62495191.cms


BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE DeMON Murderer of democratic institutions
(Modi) remotely controlled by jist 1% intolerant, cunning, crooked
number on terrorists of the world ever shooting, lynching lunatic,
mentally retarded chitpavan brahmin RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks)!
RETRIAL By CREATING COLLEGIUM OF JUDGES WITH SC/STs/OBCS/ RELIGIOUS
MINORITIES AND WITH POOR UPPER CASTES THE GUJARAT RIOTS, FAKE ENCOUNTER
KILLINGS, SNOOP GATE SCANDAL , KG SCAM LOOT OF ONLY RS 20,000 CRORE ,
NON-MAINTENANCE OF HIS WIFE ETC ETC.,
as in an unprecedented move,
Justices Jasti Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur and Kurian
Joseph had alleged that the Chief Justice had violated conventions in
his role as the master of the roster.

[《*On Sunday, a former SC
judge and three retired judges of High Courts wrote an open letter to
the CJI asking him that all sensitive and important cases including
pending ones, be dealt with by a Constitution Bench of the 5 senior most
Judges of the Court》

A very sensible demand, given the circumstances.]

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/62495191.cms

Supreme Court judges row: Latest developments

TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jan 14, 2018, 15:28 IST

HIGHLIGHTS
Two days after four senior judges of the Supreme Court of India mounted
a virtual revolt against the country’s chief justice, raising questions
on “selective” case allocation and certain judicial orders, the Bar
Council of India (BCI) has decided to broker peace between the two
factions. The Council will today meet the judges of the Supreme Court to
address the unprecedented crisis. Here are the latest developments in
the story:

*On Sunday, a former SC judge and three retired judges
of High Courts wrote an open letter to the CJI asking him that all
sensitive and important cases including pending ones, be dealt with by a
Constitution Bench of the 5 senior most Judges of the Court.
*BCI
is scheduled to hold a meeting with the Chief Justice of India Dipak
Mishra later today in an attempt to broker peace between the two
factions.

*Yesterday, Justice Kurian Joseph had expressed
confidence that the issue raised by the judges would be resolved and had
said that there is no need for an outside intervention.
*On Saturday, the BCI had formed a seven-member delegation to meet and discuss the crisis with the apex court judges.


*Expressing strong disapproval of the press conference called by the
four SC judges, the Council had said that their action has “shaken up
the system” and the matter should be resolved “peacefully and quickly”.


*BCI had also passed a resolution, saying no political party or leaders
should take “undue advantage” of the situation arising out of the press
conference by the top court judges.
*On Saturday, Justice Ranjan
Gogoi told PTI in Kolkata, “There is no crisis.” He made the remark on
the sidelines of a programme, when asked about the way forward to
resolve the crisis.

*On Saturday, Supreme Court Bar Association
(SCBA), which also met today to discuss Friday’s news conference by the
judges, had said they’d unanimously passed two resolutions which they
will send to the CJI.

“First, all the differences between the
judges and the CJI, be it regarding the roster or MOP, should be
considered by the full court and resolved at the earliest, preferably on
Monday. Second, in order to restore the credibility of the institution,
a system should be introduced wherein all PILs filed in the top court
do not go beyond the first five judges of the SC collegium,” said Vikas
Singh, president of the Supreme Court Bar Association.

*On
Saturday, attorney general K K Venugopal, who had a meeting with Justice
Misra after the joint news conference of the judges, had said it “could
have been avoided” and expressed hope that the crisis would be
“settled” soon.

“Let’s hope everything works out very well. I am sure everything will be settled,” he said.
*Following the judges’ press conference, Congress on Friday had
expressed concerns about the functioning of the Supreme Court and said
that democracy is under “threat”.

*”We are very concerned to hear
four judges of the Supreme Court expressed concerns about the
functioning of the Supreme Court. #DemocracyInDanger
,” the Congress’ official Twitter handle said.


*On Friday, Minister of state for law PP Chaudhury said, “Our judiciary
is reputed all over the world, is independent and will sort out the
matter itself.”

*On Friday, BJP had accused Congress of politicising the “internal affairs” of the Supreme Court.


“Today we had a press conference which was addressed by four respected
judges of Supreme Court. All those issues in the press conference
pertained to interior issues of the judiciary. It pertained to
administrative issues of the highest court in the country. It was an
internal affair of the judiciary,” BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said.


*Patra, slamming the Congress, had said that Indian democracy “has
shown the mirror” to the party, and termed its attempt “to fish (for) an
opportunity where none existed politically” wrong.

TOP COMMENT
BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE DeMON MODI & HIS TEAM ! RETRIAL OF
GUJARAT RIOTS, FAKE ENCOUNTER KILLINGS, SNOOP GATE SCANDAL , KG SCAM
LOOT OF ONLY RS 20,000 CRORE , NON-MAINTENANCE OF HIS WIFE ETC ETC !
Sanjiv Reddy


“None of us should politicise issues of the judiciary and this is an
advice to Congress party. The people of this country are watching
Congress party exposing itself,” he added
*On January 12, in an
unprecedented move, Justices Jasti Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B
Lokur and Kurian Joseph had alleged that the Chief Justice had violated
conventions in his role as the master of the roster.


Peace Is Doable


India
News: *BCI is scheduled to hold a meeting with the Chief Justice of
India Dipak Mishra later today in an attempt to broker peace between the
two factions.
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

https://m.washingtontimes.com/…/indians-want-free-tolerant…/
The aboriginal inhabitants of Jambydvipa/Prabuddha Bharath includes
SC/STs/OBCs/Religious Minorities and even the poor upper castes. They
all belong to the same single race.

All of them practice not to be evilbut to be good and also mindful.

All of them believe that :

“I do not wish to be killed by other living beings. So I will practice not kill!
I do not want others to steal my belongings. So I will practice not steal others belongings!
I do not want others to lie to me. So I will not tell lies!
I do not want others to take my husband/wife by others. So I will practice not to indulge in sexual misconduct!
If I consume intoxicant drinks I will violate all the above precepts. So I will not consume any intoxicant drinks!

It is just 1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists of
the world, ever shooting, lynching lunatic, mentally retarded violent,
mentally retarded cannibal chitpavan brahmins of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam
Sevaks) who are not aboriginal inhabitants of the country who practice
doing evil deeds like hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion which are
defilement of the mind requiring mental treatment in mental asylums have
gobbled the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs to win elections to
practice their stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult that
believes in the chitpavan brahmins as 1st rate athmas (souls) kshatrias,
vysias, shuras as 2nd,3rd,4th rate souls and the aboriginal inhabitants
as having no souls at all so that they can do all sorts of atrocities
on them. But the Awakened One with Awareness the Buddha never believed
in any soul said that all are equal. The chief architect of the
Marvelous Modern Constitution Dr BR Ambedkar imbibed the same and made
provisions in Universal Adult Franchise which is being negated by the
fraud EVMs.

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

If you ask most Indians in
what kind of society they want to live, they’ll tell you they want to
live in a free and tolerant India.

Indians want to live in
harmony as Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and as members of any
religion of their choosing. They don’t want to be accused of being
anti-nationalist because of their diverse identities and beliefs, or of
participating in fraudulent conversions when they practice and share
their faith as enjoined in the constitution.

Christians want to
celebrate Easter and Christmas in peace, in the same way Muslims want to
celebrate Ramadan and Eid and Hindus their holy days.

When young
Indians fall in love with someone from a different caste or religion,
they want their families and communities to be accepting and welcoming.
When Muslims and Hindus from lower castes sit down for a meal, they want
to do so without fear of retaliation because their diet offends someone
else.
Above all, Indians want an India where every citizen has
dignity and enjoys the constitutionally guaranteed freedoms of thought,
speech and religion. If there’s one thing Indians certainly don’t want
it is one culture or faith imposed on the entire population.
But that hasn’t been the case as of late.

On Dec. 6, India watched in horror a grisly video that showed a
resident of Rajasthan hacking to death a Bengali Muslim migrant worker
and then setting his body on fire. The killer turns to the camera, held
by a 14-year-old boy, and says this would be the fate of all “love
jihadists,” a disparaging term used by far-right Hindu extremists who
accuse Muslim men of romancing Hindu girls to convert them to Islam.

In a nation of 1.3 billion people, a crime of this nature should be
extremely rare, but this is not an isolated event. In the past couple of
years, India has descended into a state of violence and intolerance
largely abetted by a minority of religious extremists. These extremists
emerged in force after the BJP came to power in 2014, and they’ve
targeted anyone who doesn’t subscribe to their narrow view of what it
means to be Indian. They’ve exploited cultural identities, pitting
Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Indians from different castes and social
groups against each other. This is “cultural terrorism,” because it
weaponizes cultural differences to incite violence.

This cultural
terrorism has resulted in violence against SC/STs — previously known as
untouchables — Muslims, Hindu intellectuals and in some places against
Christians. Who can forget the public flogging of four SC/STs in Una,
which triggered the greatest SC/ST movement in recent history? Or the
murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh, which has silenced many
intellectuals who dared to speak truth to public leaders?

Fatwas
have been pronounced on scholars like Kancha Ilaiah, who criticized the
hoarding of wealth within caste groups. Christians have been arrested,
beaten and accused of engaging in fraudulent conversion activities —
simply for singing Christmas carols or taking Christian kids to Bible
camp.

Even Bollywood hasn’t escaped unscathed.

“In
Rajasthan,” a film based on a 14th-century legend drew the ire of a
local group who said the movie disrespected the community. The group
threatened the director and the leading actress, who had to get special
police protection. With the help of local legislators, they pushed the
Central Board of Film Certification to appoint a panel of historians to
watch the movie and judge its historicity.

More than suppressing
the freedoms of expression and faith, the cultural clashes have hindered
India’s economic growth. Last year’s ban on cattle slaughter upended
the livelihood of millions of SC/STs, Muslims and lower castes, and
encouraged vigilante groups to attack innocent farmers, traders and
workers. The ban was an attempt to impose the culture that venerates the
cow on those who don’t subscribe to this worldview.

I don’t
believe these incidents represent Hinduism, for true Hinduism promotes
peace and coexistence, yet it’s undeniable the majority of perpetrators
of this cultural terrorism are Hindu extremist groups who feel they can
commit crimes with impunity. Their violence is triggering more violence.
This past July a group of radical Muslims murdered an RSS worker in
retaliation for the murder of a Muslim activist.

I doubt Murderer
of democratic institutions (Modi) intended this for India, especially
since he campaigned on an India for all platform. Yet the lack of action
from some in his government when citizens are physically abused, killed
and hated is making matters worse.

For too long some politicians have exploited cultures and religions to polarize the Indian people in order to win elections.

Their constant appeasement of both minority and majority populations only aggravates tensions between people groups.
The true strength of a majoritarian government in a democracy is how it
deals with those who are not part of the majority. This is the test for
leaders today, putting national unity ahead of political gain.

India sits at the threshold of its greatest days ever, but we will never
achieve our full potential if we do not learn to respect the dignity
and freedom of every citizen and live in peace with each other.

• Joseph D’Souza is the moderating bishop of the Good Shepherd Church and Associated Ministries of India.
Copyright © 2018 The Washington Times, LLC.


If
you ask most Indians in what kind of society they want to live, they’ll
tell you they want to live in a free and tolerant India. If you ask
most Indians in what kind of society they want to live, they’ll tell you
they want to live in a free and tolerant India.
washingtontimes.com
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