Kushinara Nibbana Bhumi Pagoda- Free Online Analytical Research and Practice University for “Discovery of Buddha the Awakened One with Awareness Universe” in 116 Classical Languages
White Home, Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru, Prabuddha Bharat International.

April 2021
« Mar    
21 LESSON-For The Gain of The Many For The Welfare of The Many-Monday, Oct 01, 2007-Snap poll is gain for gongress ? -
Filed under: General
Posted by: site admin @ 7:41 pm

21 LESSON-For The Gain of The Many For The Welfare of The Many

only political,sir

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Snap poll is gain for gongress ?

SHRINK IN SNAP POLLS, SAYS IB REPORTFrom Our Delhi BureauNEW DELHI: In the event of a mid-term Lok Sabha polls in near future, theCongress would not gain seats while its allies would shrink, forcing it to have a truck with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) to retain power, says atop secret Intelligence Bureau (IB) report prepared for “PM’s Eyes Only.”The silver lining in the report for the Congress is that the biggest loser will be the Bhartiya Janata Party, its main rival and main oppositionparty in Parliament, as its number in the Lok Sabha is assessed to dropfrom present 131 to any where between 95 and 100.The report has been prepared at the instance of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) which directed the IB to get it a hang of the political moodin the country through its own survey, soon after the monsoon session ofParliament had ended in August.It says the Congress will get 150 to 155 seats as against 150 seats it has in the Lok Sabha as of today while the tally of its two main allies –Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) of Lalu Prasad and DMK of M Karunanidhi — willshrink. DMK’s number may drop from the present 16 to anywhere between five and eight while the AIADMK that had drawn blank in the last election mayget 12 to 15 seats. RJD’s strength is expected to fall from 24 to 10-12.Among the losers will be the Samajwadi Party of former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav whose number may drop from 38 in the LokSabha to 8 to 10 while Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati’s BahujanSamaj Party (BSP) may shoot up its strength in the House from 18 to anywhere between 40 and 45, including some seats from outside U.P.The report has assessment of the left and other parties as well but thesame could not be reported as this correspondent had access to only a few pages of the report.A top source in IB said the sample survey was conducted in 28 states withthe help of a 85-point questionnaire drawn up to evaluate how theelectorate would react to various political parties in the event of the polls forced by the left withdrawing support to the UPA Government.The correctness of any such survey or opinion poll depends on the numberof persons interviewed and as such one can not say how far dependable the IB survey is as the figures of persons approached with the questionnaireare not available. A retired IB official said the agency conducts suchsurveys from time to time and the persons interviewed vary from 50,000 to two lakhs, depending upon the subject.


Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Monday, Oct 01, 2007
Mayawati sacks 7,400 more recruits, suspends 7 IPS officers

Special Correspondent

The recruitments were made during Mulayam’s regime

Action based on probe panel report

LUCKNOW: In the third instalment of cancelling the recruitment of police and Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) constables made during the Mulayam Singh regime in 2005-2006, the Mayawati Government on Sunday sacked 7,400 more recruits and suspended 7 more IPS officers.

With the Sunday’s action, the Bahujan Samaj Party government had sacked a total of 17,848 police and PAC recruits, besides suspending 25 IPS officers of the rank of the IG, DIG and the SSP. Earlier, 6,504 and 3,964 recruits had been sacked in two separate instalments after an inquiry committee detected large-scale irregularities in their selection.

Principal Secretary (Home) J.N. Chamber told journalists that the action was based on the findings of the panel in the recruitment of constables conducted by 18 selection boards at different places in Uttar Pradesh. Mr. Chamber said that among the 7,400 dismissed recruits were 1,900 PAC and 1,200 Police Radio Headquarters constables, who were undergoing training after the selection.

The IPS officers suspended were B.K. Bhalla ADG, ATC, Sitapur; A.D. Misra, IG, Inter-State Border Force, Mirzapur; K.K. Saxena, IG, PAC, Lucknow; Malkhan Singh Yadav, IG, Inter-State Border Force, Varanasi; Prabhat Kumar, DIG, PAC, Meerut; G.K. Goswami, Commandant, 11 PAC Battalion, Sitapur; and V.K. Agrawal, DIG, Economic Offences Wing.

Pulled up by panel

Mr. Chamber said seven other IPS officers who were suspended earlier were once again pulled up by the inquiry committee as they were the chairmen of the selection boards. These officers were R.N. Yadav, Daljit Singh Chaudhary, Ramendra Vikram Singh, Shailendra Pratap Singh, Chhavinath Singh, B.B. Bakshi and Akhilesh Mehrotra. He said cases would be filed against the suspended officers and they would also face departmental inquiry.

Junior-level police officers who were members of the 18 recruitment boards were also hauled up by the probe panel. The official said departmental action would be initiated against them.

During the Mulayam regime, police recruitments were conducted by 55 selection boards, which were headed by IPS officers. The probe panel had submitted its report on the selections made by 43 boards.


Leave a Reply