2213 SATURDAY LESSON 822 மதிய மாநில பொது துறையில் இயங்கும் SC/ST
நலசங்கங்கள், தங்களுடைய சம்பள உயர்வு, பதவி உயர்வு, பணிமாற்றம் குறித்து
மட்டுமே கவனம் செலுத்தாமல் அண்ணல் அம்பேத்கர் மற்றும் கான்ஸிராம் ஜி
அவர்களின் கனவான உன்னத திறவுகோலால் (MASTER KEY) முன்னேற்ற
அபிவிருத்திக்காக எல்லா கதவுகளின் பூட்டைத் திறக்க BSP (பஹுஜன் ஸமாஜ்
பார்டி)யின் தலைவி செல்வி மாயாவதி அவர்களுக்கு நேரம், திறமை, நிதி ஒதுக்கி யானைச் சின்னத்தில் வாக்களித்து ஒப்படைக்க பாடுபட உறுதி ஏற்போம்.
பிரதேஸம், கர்நாடகம், கேரளம், புதுச்சேரி, தமிழ்நாடு ஆகிய தென் மாநில
பஹுஜன் ஸமாஜ் பார்டியின் (BSP)தக்க்ஷின் பாரத் மஹாஸம்மேளன மாநாடு 10-02-2013 அன்று 11:00 மணிக்கு பாலஸ் கிர்வுண்ட், பெஙளூருவில் நம்முடைய நாடாளுமன்ற உறுப்பினர் மற்றும் உத்திர பிரதேஸ முன்நாள்
முதலமைச்சர் பஹென் குமாரி மாயாவதிஜி சிறப்புத் தலைமை விருந்தினராக
பங்கேற்க்கும் விழாவில் அனைவரும் பங்கெற்போம்.
All State, Central Government and Public Sector
Employees are requested to participate in large numbers on 10-02-2013 at
Palace Grounds at 11:00 AM to attend the conference of South India
with Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
and its National President Behan Mayawatiji as the Chief Guest.
The total government jobs are just 2% of the total population. out of which
Category SCs (20%) STs (10%) OBCs (55%) Others (15%)
Of Jobs (including Religious Minorities)
A 11.5% 4.8% 6.9%
76.8% ( 90% of which is cornered by 1st rate athmas
(the brahmins) and the 2nd,3rd, 4th rate athmas had accepted to this
ratings to remain their slaves))
Group B 14.9% 6% 7.3% 71.8%
Group C 6.4% 7.7% 15.3% 60.6%
Group D 23% 6.8% 17% 53.2%
of the population are involved in other businesses who call themselves
as 1st(brahmin), 2nd(kshatryia) and 3rd bania) rate athmas (manuvadis)
which constitutes just 15% of the total population who are the actual
beneficiaries of the freedom and independence of this country.
belonging to SC/ST/OBC/religious minorities are left with only 2% of
the total wealth of the country and are sufferers of price rise of all
commodities as a result all kinds of atrocities on them.
Bill on Reservation in Promotions for the SC/STs
2012 (117th Amendment) has been passed in the Rajyasabha on Dec. 17,
2012 with a thumping majority. But in the Lok Sabha, due to the
conspiracy of the Manuvadi
parties The BJP, CONGRESS AND SP have played a mischief to stall its
passage. Hence the Bill has
not been passed despite the sincere efforts of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
and its National President Behan Mayawatiji. This event has brought out
many hidden realities which have hitherto not been widely known to or
recognized by the public in general and Bahujan Samaj(majority people)
in particular. This opposing attitude of manuvadis from time immemorial
due to the madness and hatred against the untouchables in itself shows
that the Bahujan Samaj is treading the right path.
BSP is the only party to safeguard the interests
of SC/ST/OBCs: The media (once Napolean had said that he can face two
battalions but not two scribes) was forced to highlight the role of BSP
and their leader Behanji in getting the Bill passed in the Rajya Sabha.
The leader has gone to the extent of accusing the Deputy Speaker Mr.
Hamid Ansari for the delay tactics in passing the Bill. The two
different strategies she adopted in both the Houses to save the UPA
Govt. on the issue of FDI were intended to force the Government to pass
the Bill smoothly. It was a strategy to create a moral compulsion on the
UPA Government. It was widely publicized that the UPA Govt. was saved
by the BSP leader Behan Mayawatiji. The people have come to know that
Behanji can go to any extent to protect the rights of the people.
mask worn by the Congress that it was the savior of SC/STs has been
torn apart. It got exposed on the day it failed to prevent the
hooliganism of Samajwadi Party’s MPs in Lok Sabha. In its betrayal it
stands exposed before the whole world that its commitment to the cause
of SC/STs is a big bogus. It was expected that the Congress would
support passing the Bill in the Lok Sabha in return to the favor done by
the BSP chief in FDI issue. But the Congress has shown its real colors.
Insincerity and helplessness of SC/ST MPs of other parties:
From the very beginning these SC/ST MPs belonging to the Manuvadi
parties were not sincere towards passing the Bill. They had never
exhibited any courage to voice in support of it. Some of them had tried
to fool the people by staging dharna outside the Parliament. What they
could not do inside the House, they were managing to show outside. They
were trying to tell their people that they were struggling hard outside
to secure their rights inside the Parliament. But people are asking them
that why did they go to the Parliament when they were unable to secure
the rights of the people. If they think that they would do better by
staging dharna outside the Parliament, they should not have contested
the elections in the first place. Now the people are made to realize
their own responsibility of electing the genuine and capable
representatives to the House of People (Lok Sabha). These chamchas are
more sincere to their parties and more worried about their career than
the people they represent.
The mischievous behavior of Mr.
Mulayam Singh Yadav, the chief of Samajwadi Party, who accepted to be
the 4th rate soul and to serve as slaves to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd rate
souls (manuvadis) inside and outside
the Parliament has given an impression among the SC/STs that the Other
Backward Classes are against their demands. Actually, the OBCs are very
poorly represented in the higher posts and they are more in need of a
statute to ensure the reservation in promotions. In Group A posts, the
representation of SCs is 11.5% and that of STs is 4.8%. The backlog
works out to 3.5% and 2.7% respectively. Whereas the OBC representation
in Group A is only 6.9% leaving a backlog of 20.1% as against the
constitutional provision of 27%. But the OBC leaders like Mr.Mulayam
Singh Yadav are deliberately blind towards these facts and misguiding
the OBCs. These leaders should have fought for the ‘adequate
representation’ of the OBCs in the higher posts. Instead, they argue
that reservation in promotions would create divisions in the society. He
is ignoring the fact that if his argument is extended further, then he
has to oppose the very concept of reservation itself and the OBCs will
be forced to stick to their caste occupations as ordained by the caste
system. Hence, it is very clear that if these mischievous leaders are
not exposed properly, there is every danger that the innocent OBCs will
be deprived of their constitutional rights and get instigated against
the SC/STs. Whatever the little they have attained so far, due to the
sacrifice our ancestors, will be lost forever. Hence, it it has become
the duty of the awakened Bahujan Samaj to educate the OBCs on the right
path and protect their rights. Selfish leaders must not be allowed to
divide and instigate the poor and powerless brothers to fight among
themselves. Such fights will disempower them both. There is a great need
to work for the unity of SC/ST/OBCs.
When the above facts
are realized, it could be understood that the casteist forces, by
stalling the Bill on Reservation in Promotions, have done a good job.
They have created a great opportunity to educate and organize the
Bahujan Samaj and strengthen their movement.
has to continue even after 10-02-2013 until
the Bill on reservation in promotion is passed in the Budget session.
Sarvajan in general and the SC/STs inparticular are requested to spare
their time, talent and treasure
for the success of the struggle. Cutouts thanking Bahen Ms
mayawti Ji’s bold initiative in protecting the interests of the Entire
People will be placed in front of all offices.
NATIONAL STRATEGY TOWARDS CONVERGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
The role of the Office of Science and Technology Policy OSTP is to identify cross-cutting, high-risk technologies that don’t reside in a particular department or agency and to sponsor them, thus helping them move across government agencies. Nanotechnology is a clear ex ample of the kinds of technologies that have great potential and yet need government-wide review and focus.
Obviously, nanotechnology is just one of a number of emerging technologies. We are living in a very exciting time. Just think of what has happened with information technology over the last 10 years. It has allowed us to have the Internet, a global economy, and all of the things that we know about and have been living through. In just this past year, the field of biology has experienced tremendous advances with the human genome project. New this year in the budget is the national nanotechnology initiative, and similar kinds o f progress and accomplishment are anticipated there.
Could these technologies and others merge to become something more important than any one individually? The answer to that question obviously is that they must. Convergence means more than simply coordination of projects and groups talking to one an other along the way. It is imperative to integrate what is happening, rise above it, and get a bigger picture than what is apparent in each individual section.
There is an institute at Harvard called the Junior Fellows, formed many, many years ago by a forward thinker at Harvard and endowed with a beautiful building with a wonderful wine cellar. Senior Fellows, who were the Nobel Laureates of the university, and Junior Fellows, who were as elect group of people picked from different disciplines, came together there for dinner from time to time. Sitting together at one Junior Fellows dinner I attended several years ago were musicians, astrophysicists, and astronomers discussing how certain musical chords sound good and others don’t, and how those sorts of harmonics actually could help to explain the solar system, the evolution of galaxies, and so forth. Essentially, this is what the two-day NBIIPDC workshop is doing, bringing together thinkers from different disciplines to find common ground and stimulate new thinking. When professionals as diverse as musicians and astrophysicists can discover mutually resonant concepts, think about what we can do with the kinds of technologies that we have today. That is why this NBIIPDC workshop is so important.
You are the national technology leaders, or you are connected with them. You are the beginnings of an important group coming together. Nuclear and aerospace technology, psychology, computer science, chemistry, venture capital, medicine, bio engineering, social sciences — you’re all here, and you represent not only the government, but also industry and academia. I thought it was tremendously creative, the way that the working sessions were broken down around people’s needs because, in the end, that’s why science is here. Science is here to serve people. So, it is very important for the breakout groups to look at hum an cognition and communications and human physical performance by focusing on how to solve human needs.
Take this opportunity to begin the cross-fertilization and understanding of each other’s disciplines. The language of each technology is different. The key ideas that define them are different.The hopes and visions are different.T he needs to accomplish those are different. But the network that we can form and the learning that we can have as a result of today’s efforts can somehow bridge those gaps and begin the understanding.
I applaud you for being here today. I challenge you to learn and think beyond your discipline to help to establish the inner technology visions, connections, and mechanisms that will solve the human problems of our world. This is the beginning of the future, and we at OSTP are both anxious to help and anxious to learn from you.