Friday, January 31, 2014

Indira Gandhi - Prime Minister - India

19 November 1917
31 October 1984

Greatest Indian - Jawaharlal Nehru versus Indira Gandhi


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Indira Reader by Dr.K.Venkata Subramanian

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Rahul Gandhi - Biography

Interview of Rahul Gandhi by Arnab Goswami


Rahul Gandhi on 8 December 2013 - We will transform based on your voting pattern and the message it contained.


Rahul Gandhi is the son of Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi.

He is presently Vice-President of Indian National Congress. Prior to this he was the General Secretary of INC.

Rajiv Gandhi, played a key role in 2009 elections

Andhra Pradesh - Lok Sabha Election Analysis

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Lok Sabha Elections 2014 Telugu - 2014 లోక సభ ఎన్నికలు వార్తలు - విశ్లేషణ

2014 లోక సభ ఎన్నికలు విశ్లేషణ

 బి జె పి  272 లోక సభ సీట్లు లక్ష్యం కార్యక్రమం సఫలం కావచ్చు.
CNN-IBN, India Today, ABP News వారు జరిపిన సర్వేలలో బి జె పి కి ఆత్యదిక సంఖ్యలో  లోక సభ సీట్లు రావచ్చు అని తెలిపారు.  ఈ ఫలితం బి జె పి కార్యకర్తలకు ఉత్సాహం పెంచి అధిక కృషికి దోహదం చెయ్య వచ్చు.

ఎన్నికలు 2014... ఉత్తరాదిలో స్టార్ట్ అయిన నరేంద్ర మోడీ మేనియా

ఏప్రిల్‌లో లోక్‌సభ ఎన్నికలు..!


29 January
భారతీయ జనతా పార్టీ ఇచ్చిన పిలుపు మేరకు ఈనెల 29న విజయవాడలో  నిర్వహించే ఓట్ ఫర్ మోడీ సభను విజయవంతం చేయాలనీ బిజెపి జిల్లా అధ్యక్షులు భూపతిరాజు శ్రీనివాస వర్మ పిలుపునిచ్చారు.

మోడీ ప్రచారానికి మంచి స్పందన: బిజెపి



రాజశేఖర్, జీవితలు భారతీయ జనతా పార్టీలో చేరారు. బీజేపీ జాతీయ అధ్యక్షుడు రాజ్ నాథ్ సింగ్ సమక్షంలో రాజశేఖర్, జీవిత బీజేపీ సభ్యత్వం తీసుకున్నారు.



ఈ విషయానికి సంబంధించిన మరికొన్ని వ్యాసములు

BJP Mission 272+ (Plus) Realistic - State Leaders Committed to Targets

ABP News 2014 Election January Survey

All India
NDA 226  BJP 210


Gujarat Opinion Poll
BJP supporter says in Gujarat BJP will win all 26 seats.


Haryana BJP 6 Cong 1 INLD 1 HJC 1 AAP 1
Rajasthan BJP 20  Cong 5


MP  Chhattisgarh
MP 24 BJP 4 Cong  1 BSP
Chhattisgarh 10 BJP - 1 Congress


South and East
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
West Bengal


BJP 24 JDU  RJD Congress




BJP 35  BSP 15  SP 14  Cong 12 AAP 2





BJP Mission 272+ - Puducherry Target and Campaign

State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets

Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry

Visit BJP Election Performance from 1998 - 2009 and Best Performance in each state  - The total of the best comes to 239 seats.

23 January 2014
The ruling All India N R Congress and the Bharathiya, Janata Party(BJP)conducted the first round of talks for an alliance in the coming Parliament elections in the union territory.

PMK  RAMADASS. M. 241653

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Why Narendra Modi is the Top Preferred Candidate for PM by Voters in 2014?

25 January 2014
ABP News gives that 53% people want Modi as PM but only 31% is vote share of BJP. Will the vote share also go up due to campaigning in the future?
BJP workers need to be confident to put in the effort as Advani said.  Other parties presently have no good news to bank upon. Only BJP workers has the good news.

23 January 2014
When in the earlier attempt I tried to find the reason for choosing Modi as the top choice for PM I could not locate good answer. But today, India Voter Group - C Voter Mood of the Nation survey gives an answer.

It says
30% say Modi represents development
22% Good governance
22% Hindu nationalism
7% communalism

What does it mean? Modi has to emphasize development and good governance in his speeches. He has to spell out how will think of national development and how he will improve good governance in the country. He is answering the negative point of communalism in various talks by telling that his government policies are religion neutral. All policies and programmes are available to all people.

13 Jan 2014
ABP News Nielsen Survey
The survey says 48% want Modi as PM, 31% Arun Kejriwal and 16% Rahul Gandhi.

BJP party has to understand why Modi is the preferred choice at number one for PM post. They have to assure the electorate that they will deliver the results that electorate presently expects from Modi. The election campaign has to be built around it. Congress mukt bharat is not what people want primarily. Collection of a series of article and survey results is being done in this article to find out what people want from Modi.

Possible Reasons

* Narendra Modi showed his capability as an administrator and developed Gujarat. People hope that he will similarly administer and develop India.
* BJP state leaders feel, Narendra Modi will be able to guide each of them to develop their states with a model similar to that Gujarat.
* Narendra Modi was able to develop agriculture as well as industry in Gujarat.
* Narendra Modi could contain terrorism in Gujarat even though there were number of attempts to create terror in Gujarat.
* Narendra Modi showed how social integration can happen in India despite Godhra riots in 2002.
* In Narendra Modi's rule corruption was very minimum in Gujarat.
* Narendra Modi survived sustained attempts to implicate him various criminal cases and proved his ability as a tough man who can withstand enormous conflict.
* Narendra Modi proved himself as a political strategist par excellence by winning three assembly elections despite Godhra riots and a strong onslaught on him by rivals.

Why People Prefer Modi as Number One Choice for PM in 2014?- Surveys and Articles 

9 December

November 2013
Why Modi scores over Rahul Gandhi?
The Congress, they feel, is historical; Modi, they claim, is creating history.

31 October 2013
IBN Live Election Tracker - Gives characteristics voters are looking in a PM

Sep 2013

Why Modi as the next PM?

Why Narendra Modi could become PM.

Why Modi is Right Choice for PM of India

August 2013

Why Modi strikes a chord with the youth and not Rahul

26 July - IBN Live Trackers - Gives reasons voters are looking in a pm

April 2013

Surveys Giving Narendra Modi as the Most Preferred Candidate for PM of India in 2014

25 January
ABP Survey - 53% choose Narendra Modi


23 Jan 2014
India Voter Group - C Voter Mood of the Nation survey
47% Narendra Modi, 15% Rahul Gandhi, 9% Arvind Kejriwal, 1% Nitish Kumar, 1% Mulayam Singh Yadav

13 Jan 2014
ABP News Nielsen Survey
The survey says 48% want Modi as PM, 31% Arun Kejriwal and 16% Rahul Gandhi.

19 Sep

Jan 2013
Survey reveals 48% favour Modi, 18% want Rahul

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BJP Mission 272+ - MANIPUR Target and Campaign Activities

BJP Mission 272+ - MANIPUR Target and Campaign Activities

State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets

Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry

Visit BJP Election Performance from 1998 - 2009 and Best Performance in each state  - The total of the best comes to 239 seats.

BJP MANIPUR 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign Activities

30 Jan
After disassociating from Naga People's Front (NPF), its advisor PA Thekho, executive member TK Diamond and social worker M Shikho have joined the BJP.

25 January

Manipur State BJP targets 1 lakh crowd during Modi visit on 8 February
BJP would hold a public meeting at Langjing Achouba Kangjeibung where Narendra Modi will address.

15 January
BJP Manipur Pradesh welcomed Com missioner (Retd) Customs and central Excise Tongmang Hao-kip and former MPP Thoubal unit member Nongthombam Ibopishak alias John at a  function hosted today at the party's Nityaipat chuthek office.

Th Chaoba, president BJP Manipur Pradesh  addressed a political conference at Upper Kalapahar Ground in Kangpokpi, Senapati district. It was organised by Kangpokpi BJP Mandal

13 January
Recently more than 10 thousand people joined BJP from Khangabok Assembly Constitutency (AC).
Three prominent political leaders of the state joined BJP

1. Shri T. Hangkhanpao (53 years) Former Minister who has been elected 3 times from Chandel & Singhat A/Cs. Who is a prominent leader of the Zou Community of the State.
2. Dr. Naorem Binoykumar Singh, (54 years) Former Gen. Secretary, Samata Party Manipur Unit.
3. Dr. Ak. Manglemjao Singh (Retd. Associate Prof. (Maths) of WK College, who contested in three Assembly terms in Thoubal A/C which is presently represented by Shri O. Ibobi Singh, Congress CM of Manipur).

BJP, Manipur Pradesh in collaboration of Sekmai Mandal, BJP organized a “One Day Political Conference” on today (13 jan) at 1:00 PM at the residence Shri A. Oken Singh, National Executive Member, All India SC Morcha, BJP at Sekmai.

10 January
Many prominent persons have joined BJP.

1 January 2014
Many candidates for BJP party for the two seats in Manipur
For the Outer Manipur, the interested candidates are : Gangmumei Kamei, A Loli Adani,  Janglet Haokip.

For the Inner Manipur, the candidates are: Dr RK Ranjan,  an academician but  an environmentalist, Oinam Indira Devi, who contested against the Chief Minister O Ibobi in the election to the 10th Assembly from Thoubal AC,  Lt Colonel (Retd) RK Rajendra,  Retd Colonel Ch Joyraj.

29 December 2013
Narendra Modi likely to visit Imphal on 8 February.
BJP State unit president Thounaojam Chaoba (Th Chaoba), BJP National General Secretary Tapir Gao and former MLA Sapam Kunjeshore (Keba) started preparations for it.

All India BJP Industries cell general secretary Oinam Indira expressed the hope that  BJP can win  in both the Parliamentary seats of Manipur.

15 December 2013
3000 persons participated in run for unity.

17 October 2013
BJP National Vice-president SS Ahluwallia inaugurated a three-day State level political training camp of BJP Manipur unit.

Outer Manipur


Thursday, January 23, 2014

Who is the best choice for Prime Minister of India? 2014 Surveys Say

Which Party Worker is More Confident?

Confidence is Important for Motivation and Effort and Success

Confidence is an assessment whether the environment is sufficiently fertile for your effort to give you the success with the resources and abilities that you have. If you assessment makes you confident of success,  that will  spark motivation.

Motivation is an internal urge or force that make you put in the effort, to invest your time and resources, and to persist in sticking to the plan till the last minute in case of competitive events.

Overconfidence is described as arrogance by Prof Kanter. When the team management becomes arrogant, it neglects its team members. When a business team becomes arrogant it neglects its customers. The early signs of failure are ignored and the corrective action is not taken in time.

What gives success?

Remember, it is not confidence. It is your work. Overconfidence kills your motive to work. Confidence provides motive to work and succeed.

In the recently concluded BJP National Council meeting both Narendra Modi and Advani emphasized the importance of booth level workers to contact and make the voter favouring the party actually vote for the party in the election booth. Advani specifically mentioned the national council members not to become overconfident. He said confidence is required for resolve but overconfidence results in failure. Has Rahul Gandhi or Sonia Gandhi said anything about it? We need to find out.

L.K. Advani's concluding speech in the National Council Meeting
He talked of overconfidence and confidence


Narendra Modi in the National Council Meeting


AAP - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign

BJP Mission 272+ State Targets and Campaign

Congress - 2014 Lok Sabha Election Campaign

January 2014

CNN-IBN is presenting results of its tracker. Which Party worker is becoming confident to put in the effort required to win the polls.

23 January 2014
CNN-IBN survey predicts 41-49 seats for BJP. With good performance predicted in Bihar, BJP worker has every reason to feel confident.

21 January 2014

Andhra Pradesh
Vote Share Congress - 24%;  YSR Congress Party - 22%, TDP - 21%;  TRS - 11%;  BJP - 10 per cent; AAP- 2%; per cent and others 10 per cent votes respectively.

Vote Share: INC-42; BJP-32;JDS-18; AAP-3

Vote Share: UDF-50(+2); LDF-31(-9); BJP-9(+3)

Vote Share INC -17; BJP-16; DMK-18;AIADMK-27; PMK-1; DMDK-3;VCK-2;Left-3; AAP-3

20 January 2014

CNN-IBN survey gives 19% vote share to BJP but says no seat projection due to small sample

CNN-IBN survey gives 39% vote share and 16 - 24 seats to BJP

CNN-IBN survey says 40% vote share to BJP. No seat projection due to small sample

CNN-IBN survey 25% vote share - 0 to 4 seats projected

West Bengal
CNN-IBN survey says 14% vote share to BJP. 0-2 seats. Maximum people support Narendra Modi for PM (around 18%).

______________________________ dailies on various parties

BJP Win 2014

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose  (23 January 1897 – 18 August 1945)

Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 (at 12.10 pm) in Cuttack, Orissa Division, Bengal Province, to Prabhavati Devi and Janakinath Bose, an advocate. He was the ninth child among  a total of fourteen siblings. He was admitted to the Protestant European School like his other brothers and sisters in January 1902. He continued his studies at this school which was run by the Baptist Mission up to the year 1909 and then shifted to the Ravenshaw Collegiate School.  After securing the second position in the matriculation examination in 1913, he got admitted to the Presidency College.  His nationalistic temperament came to light when he was expelled for assaulting Professor Oaten for the latter's anti-India comments. He later joined the Scottish Church College at the University of Calcutta and passed his B.A. in 1918 in philosophy. Bose left India in 1919 for England with a promise to his father that he would appear in the Indian Civil Services Examination (ICS). He went to study in Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, and matriculated on 19 November 1919. He came fourth in the ICS examination and was selected, But he  resigned from the Indian Civil Service in 1921, and in that connection he wrote to his elder brother Sarat: "Only on the soil of sacrifice and suffering can we raise our national edifice".He resigned from his civil service job on 23 April 1921 and returned to India and joined Congress in independence movement.

Subhas Chandra Bose  had been a leader of the younger, radical, wing of the Indian National Congress in the late 1920s and 1930. He started the newspaper Swaraj and took charge of publicity for the Bengal Provincial Congress Committee.His mentor was Chittaranjan Das who was a spokesman for aggressive nationalism in Bengal. In the year 1923, Bose was elected the President of All India Youth Congress and also the Secretary of Bengal State Congress. He was also editor of the newspaper "Forward", founded by Chittaranjan Das. Bose worked as the CEO of the Calcutta Municipal Corporation for Das when the latter was elected mayor of Calcutta in 1924. In a roundup of nationalists in 1925, Bose was arrested and sent to prison in Mandalay.

He rose in the Congress  party to become Congress President in 1938 and 1939. However, he resigned from Congress leadership positions in 1939 following his differences with Mohandas K. Gandhi. He was placed under house arrest by the British but escaped  from India in 1940. Bose arrived in Germany in April 1941, where the leadership offered  sympathy for the cause of India's independence.  In November 1941, with German funds, a Free India Centre was set up in Berlin, and soon a Free India Radio, on which Bose broadcast nightly. A 3,000-strong Free India Legion, comprising Indians captured by Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps, was also formed. During this time Bose also became a father; his wife or companion, Emilie Schenkl, whom he had met in 1934, gave birth to a baby girl.By spring 1942, in light of Japanese victories in southeast Asia,  Bose became keen to move to southeast Asia. Adolf Hitler, during his only meeting with Bose in late May 1942, suggested the same, and offered to arrange for a submarine.Bose boarded a German submarine in February 1943. In Madagascar, he was transferred to a Japanese submarine from which he disembarked in Japanese-held Sumatra in May 1943.With Japanese support, Bose founded the Indian National Army (INA), then composed of Indian soldiers of the British Indian army who had been captured in the Battle of Singapore. To these more were added by enlisting Indian civilians in Malaya and Singapore. The Provisional Government of Free India, presided by Bose, was formed in the Japanese-occupied Andaman and Nicobar Islands.Bose had great drive and charisma—creating popular Indian slogans, such as "Jai Hind,"—and the INA under Bose was a model of diversity by region, ethnicity, religion, and even gender.  In late 1944 and early 1945 the British Indian Army first halted and then devastatingly reversed the Japanese attack on India. Almost half the Japanese forces and fully half the participating INA contingent were killed.The INA was driven down the Malay Peninsula, and surrendered with the recapture of Singapore. Bose had earlier chosen not to surrender with his forces or with the Japanese, but rather to escape to Manchuria with a view to seeking a future in the Soviet Union which he believed to be turning anti-British. He died from third degree burns received when his plane crashed in Taiwan. Some Indians, still,  however, do not believe that the crash had occurred.

Nation remembers Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose


Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Akkineni Nageswara Rao - Telugu Film Hero - Biography, Birthday and Films

Akkineni Nageswara Rao - Telugu Film Hero - Biography, Birthday and Films

Akkineni Nageswara Rao - Telugu Film Hero - Biography, Birthday and Films

Akkineni Nageswara Rao - Birth Day Programmes - Videos

Birthday 20 September అక్కినేని నాగేశ్వర రావు పుట్టిన రోజు కార్యక్రమములు, ఇతర ఇంటర్వ్యూలు


Akkineni Nageswara Rao left this world on 22 January 2014
Birthday 20 September 2014

Family members of ANR





2011 Programme by TV9 Channel - Part 1

2011 Birthday Programme - TV9 Part 2 Video


Collected Knols


Short urls
Narayana Rao - 02 Sep 2011

Monday, January 20, 2014

Congress Uttar Pradesh

18 January 2014

The Election committee of the state, which will screen the names of prospective candidates for the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls and also devise a campaign and a winning strategy, would comprise Rahul Gandhi, Nirmal Khatri, Pradeep Mathur, union Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma, Minister for External Affairs and Farrukhabad MP Salman Khursheed, union Coal Minister Sri Prakash Jaiswal, R.P.N. Singh, Pradeep Jain Aditya, Jatin Prasad, P.L. Punia, Raj Babbar, Shiv Balak Pasi and Jagdambika Pal,  Begum Noor Bano from Rampur, Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Promod Tiwari, Ansuiyya Sharma, Kamla Sahini, Naseeb Pathan, president of Uttar Pradesh Women's Congress Meera Singh and Prahlad Dwivedi.

Muslim Support to Narendra Modi and BJP 2014 Lok Sabha Elections

Salman Khan in TV Channel interview said he does not mind canvassing for Narendra Modi if he asks him to campaign and promises to do good work.

A FaceBook Page - Muslims Supports BJP

Advani - Muslims have supported us in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. We are not against muslims or any body in India. We believe in integral humanism.
Concluding speech of National Council meeting of BJP 20 January 2014


BJP Mission 272+ - Jharkhand Target and Campaign Activities

BJP Mission 272+ - Jharkhand Target  10 Seats and Campaign Activities

State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets

Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry

Visit BJP Election Performance from 1998 - 2009 and Best Performance in each state  - The total of the best comes to 239 seats.

BJP Jharkhand 2014 Lok Sabha Elections Campaign Activities

January 2014

20 Jan 2014
CNN-IBN survey says 40% vote share to BJP. No seat projection due to small sample

December 2013

29 December
Vijay Sankalp Rally at the ground of Prabhat Tara school, Dhurva, Ranchi, is adjacent to Sithio village.
Address by Narendra Modi



CONSTITUENCY : 1 . Rajmahal ( Total Electors 1167993 )
1 CHANDRA SHEKHAR AZAD M 38 ST BSP 11073 0 11073 0.95 1.72
2 JYOTIN SOREN M 59 ST CPM 27411 0 27411 2.35 4.25
3 THOMAS HASDA M 58 ST RJD 135010 1 135011 11.56 20.95
4 DEVIDHAN BESRA M 69 ST BJP 168355 2 168357 14.41 26.12
5 HEMLAL MURMU M 54 ST JMM 159373 1 159374 13.65 24.73

CONSTITUENCY : 2 . Dumka ( Total Electors 1128361 )
1 CHURKA TUDU M 44 ST BSP 12668 2 12670 1.12 2.04
2 PASHUPATI KOL M 29 ST CPI 24616 4 24620 2.18 3.96
3 RAMESH TUDU M 34 ST RJD 17302 24 17326 1.54 2.79
4 SHIBU SOREN M 64 ST JMM 208367 151 208518 18.48 33.52
5 SUNIL SOREN M 30 ST BJP 189279 427 189706 16.81 30.50

CONSTITUENCY : 3 . Godda ( Total Electors 1412253 )
1 IQBAL DURRANI M 50 GEN BSP 18473 0 18473 1.31 2.32
2 DURGA SOREN M 39 ST JMM 79147 6 79153 5.60 9.92
3 NISHIKANT DUBEY M 37 GEN BJP 189485 41 189526 13.42 23.76
4 FURKAN ANSARI M 61 GEN INC 183108 11 183119 12.97 22.96

CONSTITUENCY : 5 . Kodarma ( Total Electors 1390428 )
1 TILAKDHARI PD. SINGH M 65 GEN INC 49474 4 49478 3.56 6.34
2 PRANAV KUMAR VERMA M 29 GEN RJD 110570 4 110574 7.95 14.17
3 LAXAMAN SAWARNKAR M 63 GEN BJP 115143 2 115145 8.28 14.75
4 BISHNU PRASAD BHAIYA M 47 GEN JMM 61339 0 61339 4.41 7.86
5 SABHAPATI KUSHWAHA M 61 GEN BSP 9720 0 9720 0.70 1.25
6 UMESH CHANDRA TRIVEDI M 41 GEN JKP 7563 0 7563 0.54 0.97
7 PRAMESHWAR YADAV M 49 GEN RKSP 10049 0 10049 0.72 1.29
8 BABULAL MARANDI M 51 ST JVM 199457 5 199462 14.35 25.55
9 RAJKISHOR PRASAD MODI M 54 GEN JVD 11487 0 11487 0.83 1.47
150938 4 150942 10.86 19.34

CONSTITUENCY : 6 . Giridih ( Total Electors 1346527 )
1 AKLU RAM MAHTO M 65 GEN CPI 27641 5 27646 2.05 4.46
2 TEKLAL MAHTO M 57 GEN JMM 138676 21 138697 10.30 22.40
3 BIJAY SINGH M 48 GEN BSP 17846 0 17846 1.33 2.88
4 RAVINDRA KUMAR PANDEY M 50 GEN BJP 233357 78 233435 17.34 37.70

CONSTITUENCY : 7 . Dhanbad ( Total Electors 1806475 )

1 CHANDRASHEKHAR DUBEY M 66 GEN INC 202448 26 202474 11.21 24.89
2 PASHUPATI NATH SINGH M 60 GEN BJP 260458 63 260521 14.42 32.03
3 SAMARESH SINGH M 68 GEN BSP 132425 20 132445 7.33 16.28

CONSTITUENCY : 8 . Ranchi ( Total Electors 1625148 )
1 RAJENDRA SINGH MUNDA M 74 ST CPM 21996 0 21996 1.35 3.04
2 RAM TAHAL CHOUDHARY M 66 GEN BJP 297144 5 297149 18.28 41.04
3 MD. SARAFUDDIN M 46 GEN BSP 10994 0 10994 0.68 1.52
4 SUBODH KANT SAHAY M 57 GEN INC 310494 5 310499 19.11 42.88

CONSTITUENCY : 9 . Jamshedpur ( Total Electors 1380279 )
1 AJEET KUMAR M 39 GEN BSP 8929 0 8929 0.65 1.27
2 ARJUN MUNDA M 41 ST BJP 319616 4 319620 23.16 45.30
3 SUMAN MAHATO F 44 GEN JMM 199956 1 199957 14.49 28.34
4 ARVIND KUMAR SINGH M 47 GEN JVM 79089 0 79089 5.73 11.21

CONSTITUENCY : 10 . Singhbhum ( Total Electors 957406 )
1 BARKUWAR GAGRAI M 41 ST BJP 167154 0 167154 17.46 28.82
2 BAGUN SUMBRUI M 82 ST INC 95604 0 95604 9.99 16.49
3 HIKIM CHANDRA TUDU M 39 ST BSP 6201 0 6201 0.65 1.07
4460 0 4460 0.47 0.77
5 MANGAL SINGH BOBONGA M 42 ST JVM 9642 0 9642 1.01 1.66
6 SUKH RAM JONKO M 62 ST JDP 9134 0 9134 0.95 1.58
7 ASHOK KUMAR TIU M 47 ST IND 7490 0 7490 0.78 1.29
8 MADHU KORA M 38 ST IND 256827 0 256827 26.83 44.29

CONSTITUENCY : 11 . Khunti ( Total Electors 980868 )
1 KARIA MUNDA M 72 ST BJP 210209 5 210214 21.43 41.19
2 NEIL TIRKEY M 55 ST INC 130030 9 130039 13.26 25.48

CONSTITUENCY : 12 . Lohardaga ( Total Electors 981666 )
1 JOKHAN BHAGAT M 43 ST BSP 12120 0 12120 1.23 2.32
2 RAMESHWAR ORAON M 63 ST INC 129610 12 129622 13.20 24.81
3 SUDARSHAN BHAGAT M 40 ST BJP 144605 23 144628 14.73 27.69

CONSTITUENCY : 14 . Hazaribagh ( Total Electors 1301651 )
1 KISHOR KUMAR PANDEY M 35 GEN BSP 12506 0 12506 0.96 1.81
M 64 GEN CPI 53785 0 53785 4.13 7.78
3 YASHWANT SINHA M 71 GEN BJP 219803 7 219810 16.89 31.81 winner

BJP Mission 272+ - Arunachal Pradesh Target and Campaign Activities

State-wise  BJP Mission 272+ (Plus)  Seat Targets

Andhra Pradesh(5) - Arunachal Pradesh (1) - Assam (5) - Bihar (30) - Chattisgarh (10) - Delhi (5)
Goa (2) - Gujarat (26) - Haryana (5) -  Himachal Pradesh (4) - Jammu and Kashmir (2) - Jharkhand (10)   Karnataka (20) - Kerala (1) - Madhya Pradesh (25) - Maharashtra (20) - Manipur - Orissa (3)
Punjab (3) - Rajasthan (25) - Tamil Nadu (5) - Tripura - Uttara Khand (5) Uttara Pradesh (55)
West Bengal (5)      Total:  272

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Chandigarh (1) - Daman and Diu (1) - Puducherry

BJP Campaign Activities Arunachal Pradesh

18 January 2014
Former Arunachal Pradesh home, finance and civil supplies minister James Lowangcha Wanglat joined BJP during the party's national executive meeting at Ramlila ground in New Delhi. He was one of the founding members and a general secretary of the first regional political outfit, People's Party of Arunachal (PPA), formed in 1977.

BJP has plans for a Modi Rally at Itanagar.

10 December 2013
Modi’s leadership has worked,BJP Arunachal Pradesh president Tai Tagak said.
BJP national general secretary Tapir Gao said “the assembly election victories are signs of the days to come”. The Arunachal unit of the party has exuded confidence of winning the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections due next year.

13 November 2013 BJP demands state food commission in Arunachal Pradesh

15 September 2013 BJP flays state Govt over law and order in trouble-torn districts

2009 Lok Sabha Elections

CONSTITUENCY : 1 . Arunachal West ( Total Electors 433368 )
 1 KIREN RIJIJU M 37 ST BJP 139123 6 139129 32.10 48.70  (2)
 2 TAKAM SANJOY M 42 ST INC 140441 2 140443 32.41 49.16

 CONSTITUENCY : 2 . Arunachal East ( Total Electors 301173 )
 2 NINONG ERING M 50 ST INC 115422 1 115423 38.32 53.70
 3 TAPIR GAO M 48 ST BJP 46974 0 46974 15.60 21.86 (2)

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Achalpur - Town - Maharashtra State - India

Achalpur (formerly known as Ellichpur and Illychpur) is a city and a municipal council in Amravati District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the second most populous city in Amravati District after Amravati.  It has a twin city known as Paratwada.

History of Achalpur Town

It was Capital of Berar. It was under successive Mohamedan rulers who have left behind relics of their rule in the form of Idgah, Moseques and Tombs. The most famous of all the Achalpur antiquities is the Dulhasha-Dargah where on the 10 th Rabi-ul-aval anurs is held in the honour of Dulha Shah in Sultanpura, there is a small fort known as "Sultanpura-Gadhi" built in sand and stone.  This was built by Nawab Sultan Khan in 1754 A.D. The town was fortified in the days of the early muslim rulers Ismail Khan a son of Sultan Khan by huge and solid masonry rampart with 4- gates. The names of the gates are Dulhagate, Tondgaon gate, Bundelpura gate, and hirapura gate.




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First Post
5T formula: 7 points from Modi’s speech


Advani praises Modi but cautions the cadres against over confidence

Deccan Chronicle
The BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate, while attacking the UPA's policies, unveiled his vision for the country, promising to develop 100 smart cities and set up IITs, IIMs and AIIMS in every state while projecting India as a brand worldwide.

Sakal Times

The BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate  responded to the Congress' "chai wala" jibe at him, saying all the tea vendors were today proud that one among them was contesting for the top post.

India Today
"Satyamev jayate. Narendrabhai has been given a clean chit (by the court). I praise you (Modi) for not getting bogged down by criticism. You got justice after 12 years," Sushma Swaraj

Business Standard
During his speech, Modi described himself in varying ways. He referred to himself as a ‘chaiwalla’, who was also from a ‘backward caste’. He said he belonged to a poor family, and talked of his mother who would wash dishes in neighbourhood. And argued why a ‘sevak’ like him should not be chosen over ‘rulers’ who had governed India for the past 60 years. “You have chosen rulers for the last 60 years. Give 60 months to this sevak,”

BJP’s governance model will be built around talent, tradition, tourism, trade and technology, says its PM

Hindustan Times
Addressing the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP’s) national executive meet here, Modi also blamed the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government at the Centre for the “dismal” phase — marked by “price rise and corruption” — the country was going through.

Zee News
Talking about the suffering farmers of the country, Modi said that our agriculture should be preserved and we should have the intent to to save it. “They believe money doesn't go on trees. We believe it grows in farms and is the result of labour,” Modi said

Times of India
He said, "The country does not need Bills but political will... We have heard enough of Acts what we need now is action. We do not need doles, we need delivery."

The Gujarat Chief Minister, who is often attacked by Congress, said, "Woh naamdar hain aur mai kaamdar hun (they are big names and I am a worker)."

Indian Express
As Advani, Sushma rally behind him, Modi hits out at Congress, AAP

Saturday, January 18, 2014

BJP's Election Campaign Plan - 2014 Lok Sabha Election - Narendra Modi's Organization

A journalist in a discussion on a TV channel said this time the BJP's election campaign is very elaborate. He has never seen such elaborate planning before. He said that he was covering elections for a long time. What is the elaborate election campaign Modi is putting in place? Will it have an effect on voting pattern. There are econometric models for predicting election outcomes. Is election campaign an important variable?

18 January 2014
Speaking to all the party workers (karyakartas) present for National Council Meeting Modi emphasized the importance of the booth level committees to get the actual voting. The final step of getting the vote is in the hands of booth committees. Public rallies, TV debates, posters and magazines advertisement all will fail unless the booth committee converts the campaign into final vote.

Modi asked all volunteers who go the houses to find from them what they want from the government. Find out what they are emotional about, he added.

Minimum 100 families for booth have to be contacted. He asked lady volunteers of Mahila Morcha to apply henna lotus symbol in the hands of 10 crore ladies by February end.  He also suggested to the volunteers to show campaign videos to groups of 25 to 30 persons in various places in the booth area.

Full coverage of BJP Campaign Activities in All States

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Narendra Modi's Address to BJP National Council Meeting 19 Jan 2014 - YouTube Video

Live Narendra Modi's Address


For the last few days we have been talking about issues surrounding our Party, our Nation:
We have seen many elections. But 2014 is different for various reasons. Never have things been in such a mess
I do not think any nation has seen the days that we are seeing now. See the level of corruption in the last decade:
Farmers are committing suicide, youth do not have jobs, women are concerned about their safety:

2014 is not about 'Satta parivartan' but about being a ray of hope for a billion Indians:
These days Chaiwallahs are being talked about. Every tea seller is very proud:
Wo Namdaar hai aur mai Kamdaar hoon:
They feel how can someone born in the backward strata of society...a man whose Mother cleaned utensils, a man who sold tea..we compete?

During freedom struggle people had opportunity to give their life for Swarajya...we have to dedicate ourselves to Surajya:
I assure you that regions that are underdeveloped will be our top most priority:
Be it Bihar, WB, Jharkhand, Assam, North East, Odisha...we believe in equal and all round development:
Regional aspirations can be opportunities for development. Every state must have the passion to develop:

I feel PMs and all CMs be a team that takes the nation ahead:
We need to emerge out of bad governance and embrace good governance:
Good governance is not for the rich but for the poor, the marginalised:
Good governance is not about doles only but about development and delivery:
We do not need committees but we need commitment. Nation reeling under burden of the several committees you have created in last decade.
 Women empowerment is very crucial to our development: Let us see our women not as Home Makers but as Nation Builders:
For years you chose Shasaks, now for 60 months please trust a sevak:
We need to give importance to skill development because this way we can end unemployment:
There should be a separate court for black marketeers and they should be punished severely:
Relevant steps will be taken. Laws, task forces will be made but we will ensure that every bit of money abroad will be brought back:
We need to give importance to next generation infrastructure. How can we integrate water & gas grids, optical fibre:
Sadly we have not given importance to Railways. See what Japan did with their railways through concept of Bullet Train:
Why cannot we have specialised Railway Universities:
Urbanisation cannot be taken as a threat but as an opportunity. Why cannot we have 100 modern cities:
We should think of a twin city concept and this can give a new model of development. Similarly we can see satellite cities:
Special care needs to be given on agro infrastructure. We need to fulfil Atal ji's dream of integrating the rivers:
If we have to make a mark then no compromise on education. We need to strengthen primary education. Every state can have IIT/IIM/AIIMS.

We should work towards Brand India & 5 T- Talent, Tradition, Tourism, Trade & Technology:

Shri Narendra Modi is urging Karyakartas to work at polling booth level.

Shri Rajnath Singh says Modi ji's speech is inspiring and gives a strong message on what the BJP would do for the nation.

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Kolhapur - Maharashtra

Shivaji University, Kolhapur

The crowning glory of the district of Kolhapur is the Ambabai (Mahalakshmi) Temple, where pilgrims in millions come every year to seek her blessings. There is a strong belief after one worships Lord Balaji at Tirupati, offering prayer to goddess Mahalakshmi is essential to complete the pilgrimage.

Ahmednagar - Maharashtra Parliamentary Constituency

The Ahmednagar District

 There are 8 Municipalities, 1 Corporation in the district and  19.66 % population of the district live in Urban area, . . In Administrative Set up We have 14 Tahsils, 8 Muncipalities, 1 Nagar Panchayat, 1 Corporation and 1 Cantonment Board. Ahmednagar has literacy percentage of 75.30% against the 77.27% for Maharashtra.

The Ahmednagar District divided in two Parliamentary Constituency and twelve Assembly Constituency viz 38 Shirdi Parliamentary Constituency including  1) 216 Akole (2) 217 Sangamner (3) 218 Shirdi (4) 219 Kopergaon (5) 220 Shrirampur and (6) 221 Newasa Assembly Constituency and

37 Ahmednagar Parliamentary Constituency including (1) 222 Shevgaon (2) 223 Rahuri (3) 224 Parner (4) 225 Ahmednagar City (5) 228 Shrigonda and (6) 227 Karjat-Jamkhed Assembly Constituency.

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Nitin Gadkari on Economic Policy Resolution and Vision Document


Economic Policy

Bharatiya Janata Party National Council Meeting, Ramlila Maidan, New Delhi, 18-19 January, 2014


Promise of the Resolution
BJP is committed to navigate the Indian economy to the new height with innovative ideas from the muddle created by the UPA. BJP states have showcased how economic development is possible even in unfavorable situations. BJP has a clear cut vision for the sound and sustainable economic development ensuring faster growth. This was visible during the NDA regime under visionary leadership of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.


The country has witnessed a dark decade under the UPA regime. The Congress led UPA government has failed on all economic parameters and has consequently let the country down. During the decade prices, corruption, interest rates, fiscal deficit, current account deficit, unemployment, agriculture input cost increased manifold putting the people into real hardships. On the other hand GDP, employment opportunities, infrastructure development, real wages of workers, margins of the farmers went down. It is ironical to see global growth picking up and India growth going downwards. Congress regime of ten years proved a disaster for the country.

The economic slump under the UPA was less about global meltdown and more about complete absence of leadership, dual power centers, bankruptcy of ideas, lack of vision, disastrous policies and inherent corruption. It was a wasted decade in which the country saw decline of all sectors, be it education, health, economy, politics or governance. Overall it proved a regime of rapid moral degradation.

Inflation has become one of the biggest failures of the economist Prime Minister. He conceded that on multiple occasions. Along with inflation, corruption has become another hallmark of the UPA regime.Both have crippled the Indian economy. It was degeneration all over. Index of Industrial Production constantly remained in negative zone. All sectors including manufacturing, mining, steel, power and infrastructure have suffered. Farmers and working class were worst hit by UPA’s anti-farmer and anti-labour policies. Income and regional disparities increased and so did the unemployment. Overall, the country suffered and the buck stops at the door of the Prime Minister and the Congress party.


The UPA inherited a robust economic growth at 8.4% in May 2004.There was economic consolidation. We were a current account surplus state with moderate inflation and brisk infrastructure activities thereby ensuring faster job growth. The country witnessed a low interest rates regime ensuring rapid growth in exports.  It was an ideal situation for a new government to build upon. The Finance Minister Shri. P. Chidambaram had to admit in his first budget speech on July 8th, 2004 that “the economic fundamentals appear strong and the balance of payment is robust” and “Growth will be sustained by increased production and value addition in agriculture, a marked improvement in industrial production, and continued buoyancy in the performance of the services sector”.

Instead, the UPA government exhausted all these opportunities and took the country’s economy back by many decades. UPA inherited a growth rate of 8.4% and inflation rate of 4% from NDA. It converted the blooming economic environment into despair and now when it is demitting office the growth rate hovers around 4.8% and inflation has been near in double digits.


The inflation remained in double digits for most of the UPA regime. The government defended the rise in prices with many absurd arguments. First it said that globally food prices are going up but factually prices world over grew by meager 3%-5%. It was argued that the demand has grown as people have started eating more. After ridicule from all over the country they beat a hasty retreat. They blamed it on global fuel price increase. The fact is that global prices are hovering around $100 per barrel for many years now but the government deregulated fuel prices and imposed a tremendous burden on the people.

Instead of addressing the supply side issues to arrest inflation, the government continued with squeezing the demand and investment by raising the interest rates for 17 times. It mismanaged the food stocks and allowed it to rot in the open without bringing it into the market. Failure to adopt a comprehensive strategy resulted in ever rising prices. Government was clueless and even the Prime Minister pleaded helplessness when he said “money doesn’t grow on the trees” and even said that “we don’t have a magic wand”. The Government tried to pass the buck on the RBI for its own failure.

People have suffered and their living standards have been adversely affected. Real wages decreased and malnutrition increased. People just above the poverty line hunched down into the poverty trap. Ultimately inflation is a process whereby the real assets are transferred from the poor to the non-poor segments.


NDA during its six year could generate 65 million jobs successfully through its public investment in infrastructure and low interest rate regime ensuring private investment in housing, telecom, irrigation and other sectors. The export competitiveness of industries grew and therefore the jobs.

The UPA reversed the process and high interest rate became the order of the day. Sluggish infrastructure growth and indecision blocked job opportunities in other sectors as well. In its ten years UPA was able to achieve only a miniscule of what NDA achieved in its six years tenure. This has to be read with the fact that every year more than 20 million youths enter into the job market.

More worrisome is the situation that more than 20 million employed people have lost their jobs during the UPA regime. The textile, diamond, services sector and many small scale industries witnessed large scale retrenchments and layoffs. More than 25% of SMEs have either closed in last ten years or are on the verge of closure. This has resulted in large scale unemployment.

The government came out with the ambitious skill development program for 500 million youths over 20 year period but failed miserably. The Government messed up right from the conception of the program. In July 2008, they formed PM’s National Council on Skill Development. In the same month they created National Skill Development Coordination Board. For two and half years nothing moved. In 2013, GOI issued an order that a new National Skill Development Agency which will subsume earlier three offices. So far for five years nothing has been done on the ground. The focus on skilling has been diluted from PM’s council to his advisors office and further to an agency to be chaired by a Cabinet Minister. They wasted the global opportunities to take advantage of the demographic dividend by not providing the required global skills. The youths of the country will never forgive this government for not generating employment for them.

BJP has a track record of generating employment and will offer a New Deal for the youth in the form of employment.


The corruption indulged into by the UPA government had drastic effects on the core sectors of the country. 2G, CWG, Coalgate, VVIP Chopper Scam and other scams have crippled a variety of sectors of the economy besides the loot and plunder involved in it. The corruption affected in two ways. One is a huge loss to the state exchequer and the second is huge increase in the NPAs of the banks.

The Telecom sector was growing at a breakneck speed and it required more and more spectrum. If the government would have gone ahead with a transparent auction process the sector would have progressed seamlessly and the country would have benefited with the auction money but the Congress converted the spectrum sale into a worst kind of corruption. Rs. 1.76 lakh crore scam restricted the sector’s growth and resulted in a situation where the buyers for the spectrum look to auction with suspicion and uncertainty as the industry has lost hope in the government processes.

The mining sector is completely destroyed and as a result not only production has taken a hit but industry has come to a grinding halt.

The coal which would have been ideally exported is now being imported in large quantities due to the scam in coal block allocation and its aftermath. If the government would have followed a transparent process, the industry would not have been destroyed.

The VVIP Chopper Scam and other defense scams have not only sullied our image but have also adversely affected our defense preparedness. Italy, the country which was to benefit from this deal, has gone ahead with the entrapment and prosecution of the middlemen and bribe givers. But India, which is the losing country due to loss of money in this bungling, chose to look the other way. The main middleman Christian Mitchel is not being probed. The other middleman Haschke N Gerosa has put in his diary the abbreviations ‘AP’ and ‘FAM’ as the political recipients of the bribe. The Italian Court and the prosecutor have asked the middlemen about the identity of ‘AP’ and ‘FAM’ but CBI did not think it fit to ask these genuine questions.


The financial sector is presenting some serious concerns. The banking system is in serious trouble with rising NPAs to the tune of Rs. 1.5 lakh crores. The stagnant loans and the demand for CDRs are on a rise. The stagnancy in telecom sector is in the region of 2 lakh crores and that of power sector is around 2.5 lakh crore. Besides, the mining, textile, aviation and infrastructure sectors are also witnessing huge outstanding loans. This has gravely impacted the balance sheets of banks and has a cascading effect on the financial sector.


The needed tax reform could not materialise due to inept handling by the UPA government and its failure to address concerns of the states. BJP is committed to the rationalization and simplification of the tax regime.

Black money continues to haunt Indian economy. The UPA government even di not completed the formalities after ratification of UN Convention against Corruption. BJP has launched a nationwide campaign against black money through its yatra against led by Shri. L K Advani and it made black money one of the main issue in the 2009 elections. We reiterate our stand against the black money and our resolve to bring it back through necessary legal and other decisions.


The UPA government was ridden by perpetual indecision and policy paralysis. Numerous projects worth lakhs of crores are stuck in the pipeline awaiting clearances. Hundreds of proposals got stuck for environment clearance due to extraneous considerations. Many other projects got stuck in the PMO for variety of other reasons mainly, interference from NAC and real power centers. The result was disastrous. The Prime Minister setup EGOM for faster clearance but nothing moved on the ground. Policy paralysis became synonymous with the Congress rule.


When the economic situation deteriorated due to the ineptitude and inept handling the result was large fiscal deficit. The imports grew phenomenally and the exports growth did not match resulting in huge current account deficit. This situation led to the freefall of rupee vis-à-vis dollar and other currencies. When NDA demitted office the rupee was trading at Rs. 45 per US dollar and now it is traded at Rs. 62-65 per US dollar. The Rupee depreciated by 40% in the UPA regime.

Government tried to convey that all the currencies have taken the hit after the announcement of US Fed on quantitative easing. But the fact was otherwise; no other emerging economy saw as much volatility as witnessed in our country.

The country experienced many disastrous consequences due to the freefall of rupee. Imports became costly thereby taking inflation to a new height and foreign education became more expensive. Nobody knows when the real stability will return as today it is the RBI which is propping up the rupee by directly releasing forex for the oil imports and by drastically increasing the customs duty on gold which threatens to bring back the hawala days.


The government has given a raw deal to the farmers and the labourers. It denied farmers the real remunerative prices and consistently refused to accept the Swaminathan Formula for calculating the remunerative prices. UPA boasted that it increased MSP more than the NDA but what it did not tell was that actually input cost grew faster than the increase in MSP in its reign.The fertilizer, pesticide, seeds, diesel and all input material costs grew in leaps and bound.

The latest statistics prove the injustice meted out to the farmers as their margins have shrunk year after year during the UPA.


                                                         2010-11                   2011-12                      2012-13

Cost of Production                                742                       888                                1152

MSP                                                    1000                    1080                                1250

Margin of Profit                                    34.77 %               21.62 %                           8.5 %

Wheat                                               2010-11                    2011-12                      2012-13

Cost of Production                               826                              927                               1128

MSP                                                  1100                             1120                              1285

Margin of Profit                                  33.17 %                        20.81 %                       13.91 %

Figures: Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices

The whole agriculture sector is now in a distress and needs immediate correction. Growing number of farmers suicides, rising indebtedness, migration away from agriculture are all symptoms of this decay. The public investment in irrigation was lower than the need. Thus the UPA regime proved not only anti-farmer and anti-labour by its actions and policies but against the interest of scheduled caste, scheduled tribes and deprived segments of the society. There is urgent need to protect SMEs, tiny industries and artisans.


The Government of India has compromised with the economic interest of the country by agreeing upon on Trade Facilitation at the 9th Ministerial Conference of the WTO at Bali. It is very strange because India has been firmly opposing the Trade Facilitation from the very beginning since 2001. This was one of the four Singapore issues which were set aside on the single handed opposition of India. India meekly surrendered to grant greater market access in order to buy a Peace Clause. As a result food security has come under international scrutiny and there are many restrictions to its enlargement. India even failed in negotiating the revision of external reference price which would have given a window to India in case of MSP and other factors.


The skewed approach of the government was on display when it defined the poverty line at Rs. 32 per day. The confusion was confounded by various reports on poverty. The country was up and angry against this government notion of treating a person with an income of Rs. 33 per day as non poor. Even the Supreme Court castigated the government. This is the result of confusion in the government’s thought process.


First time the reliability of government data is being questioned. Recently government revised its own data regarding GDP growth of 2011-12. Correct data is the foundation of good planning. Distortion in data is a serious lacuna and must be dealt with all seriousness.


Infrastructure is key development for a growing economy. The NDA had unleashed ambitious infra projects in roads, highways, railways, ports, airports and irrigation. That changed the face of the rural hinterland and also ensured large scale job opportunities. The NDA’s initiatives in expansion of education through Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, IT etc. have added a real value to the national wealth. While NDA achieved 11km of road building per day the UPA promised to double it at 22 km per day and achieved less than 2 km per day. The Electricity Act 2003 changed the power scenario of the country and presented ample opportunities to grow unhindered. UPA even wasted this chance and underachieved on its own targets. It failed on UMPP projects and on ensuring a seamless coal supply. The Prime Minister laid the foundation stone of the two freight corridors crisscrossing the country but even after eight long years nothing concrete is happening on these corridors. The apathy towards infrastructure has caused a further dent to the economy and employment creation.


A body blow was delivered to the Indian and foreign investors confidence by the UPA government with its retrospective tax proposals and flip-flops in relevant investment policies. As a result presently Indian’s are investing more outside India than the net FDI inflow. The FDI announcements have not materialized and repatriation on earlier FDI is growing. This needs correction.


The country deserves much better. People want country to move speedily on the path of holistic growth, ensuring full employment, freedom from ever rising prices and corruption. BJP is committed to navigate the Indian economy to the new height with innovative ideas from the muddle created by the UPA. BJP states have showcased how economic development is possible even in unfavorable situations. BJP has a clear cut vision for the sound and sustainable economic development ensuring faster growth. This was visible during the NDA regime under visionary leadership of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

What India now needs is a real dose of political leadership to put the derailed economy back on the tracks. The country can no longer afford any further political experimentation at the cost of economic mismanagement that the country has enormously suffered under the Congress led UPA regime. Therefore, BJP has presented to the nation a decisive and progressive leader in Shri Narendra Modi. The people of the country have offered tremendous support to the BJP campaign. Voters this time are not only voting for a change but they are voting to give decisive mandate which can change the course of the India’s economic development. People this time are voting for the country and for its economic revival.

15 Jan 2014

Narendra Modi's address to FICCI national executive


We need to add value to minerals instead of directly exporting them as it is. We need to add value to every natural resource.

Demographic dividend and democracy dividend.
1,00,000 apprentices were taken by firms. Government has given Rs.1500 per month.

100 rupee online courses in subjects specially required by companies. Whenever, a new company wants to invest in Gujarat we find out what manpower it wants and we inform universities to start courses to provide manpower to the company.

We should also manufacture world class mobiles and laptops.

7 Jan 2014
BJP will take steps to increase share of NRIs in FDI to 40% from the present 10 to 15%.

6 Jan 2014 - Talk by Arun Jaitley


Arun Jaitley mentioned low cost manufacturing in his talk. Industrial engineering is an important discipline in this regard.

In the above video, initially, Jaswant Singh's talk on foreign policy was there.