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According to police, the BJP has done in three years, Vishwas and Atishi Marlena,besides workers from various states Kejriwal in particular stressed on corruption — the issue which had driven the formation of the party five years ago He said “As far as corruption is concerned the BJP’s record is as bad as the Congress… Just as you had uprooted the Congress the time for the BJPtoo is coming” Kejriwal’s speech and the event was aimed at not just signalling the party’s national intent but also to rouse thevolunteers who form the core of the party “We still worked No government in the past 70 years has worked as much as we have This is my challenge Delhi now has the cheapest electricity it has free water Its hospitals give free medicines and free medical tests Public schools have also completely changed” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 7 2014 3:58 pm Related News A controversy erupted over alleged delay in grant of permission for Narendra Modi’s rally scheduled for on Thursday in the constituency with BJP crying foul and demanding that the Election Commission remove the electoral officer With the campaign fever soaring ahead of the May 12 vote in the constituency where Modi is in the fray BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Wednesday alleged that the district magistrate who is serving as electoral officer for Varanasi Lok Sabha polls was making “unbelievable” excuses to “deny” security approval for the rally which was a right of any candidate BJP said it has written to Chief Election Commissioner Sampath against the local electoral officer and has demanded his removal Modi is scheduled to hold a public meeting at Beniya Bagh area hereon Thursday evening after another rally in Rohania a rural assembly constituency outside the main Varanasi city but within the Lok Sabha constituency The permission was being held back for Beniya Bagh on the grounds that it was very crowded and unfit for holding rallies officials said while adding that the administration had also got certain requests from the general public for not allowing rallies in such areas due to security risks Top officials however sought to blame the delay in approval to non-receipt of ground report from security agencies and said a final decision could be taken by evening They claimed that the request for the rally in Beniya Bagh area here was received yesterday only They said that the district administration was waiting for the ground report from the police and local intelligence unit and a final decision on approval for the rally would be taken thereafter Terming the situation as “unprecedented” Jaitley said “Holding public meeting in his constituency is right of every candidate and Narendra Modi cannot be denied the same” “If the approval is denied on the basis of some back-dated letter or so-called intelligence alerts about security issues they are only excuses We have written to the CEC and hope the situation to become clear very soon” he said When asked whether BJP suspects that UP state government was behind the “denial” Jaitley said “I do not know who is interferring but the DM as an electoral officer is free to decide on such things and he is not supposed to come under any kind of pressure “We have written to CEC to seek his removal from here” Varanasi goes to polls on May 12 and the campaigning will end on May 10 evening here Modi is pitted against AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal and Congress’ Ajay Rai ADM (City) MP Singh told reporters that the application which they had received yesterday from BJP for Modi’s rally has been forwarded for getting inputs from local police station and also from local intelligence unit (LIU) The report from LIU and policehave not yet been received to make a final decision for granting permission he added On the issue of Ganga Aarti at ghats in which Modi was scheduled to participate tomorrow Singh said that he was not yet aware of this and would only clarify when he receives the final report from LIU and police The grant of permission is yet to be finalised for the rally Singh said BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said the Varanasi administration was obeying an “unwritten order” and there is an “undeclared understanding” between them and the ruling Samajwadi Party She said it was for the first time a candidate was denied permission to hold a rally in his own constituency She said though the venue was pre-booked the payment has not been made yet “It is absolutely unacceptable We are quite surprised” she said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: March 26 2017 1:45 am Uttarakhand High Court(File Photo) Top News The Uttarakhand High Court has declared the rivers Ganga and Yamuna to have a human persona The Honourable Court hopes thereby that the rivers will be better treated not polluted and kept clean I very much doubt it The Ganga and Yamuna are deep parts of India’s heritage Many people treat them not as human beings but as divine They bathe in them wash their clothes float dead bodies cremate their loved ones on the banks and consign their ashes to the waters of these rivers No doubt industrial and household waste is also lovingly dumped into their waters If we treat them so badly when they are divine what hope is there that we will do any better calling them human But there is also a larger issue The Honourable Court no doubt relies on the copious list of rights that humans have as citizens of India But can anyone hold their hand on heart and say that these rights are enjoyed by the overwhelming majority of the citizens Forget the utopian ideals of right to live or to a sustainable livelihood Even a basic right such as security of life and limbs is difficult for women to enjoy from the pre-birth life in a womb till old age and widowhood There are dowries and domestic violence insecurity of going about in large cities for young women who face the danger of rape Men may do better but not by much unless they are in the top echelons of income and caste Most people have a precarious living whatever the per capita income and the growth rate There is an excessive faith among Indians in the power of the judiciary and the efficiency of litigation Yet many of the things people go to court for are curable if they behave better themselves If our attitude to rivers was really one of respect and not veneration we may protect them at least from our own pollution If we were careful of public property we would not dump household waste wherever and whenever No law can make us avoid public defecation spitting throwing plastic mugs and cardboard cartons on the street Yes the laws are there but who takes the blindest notice It is a question of our own public morality not of legal obligation Of course there are laws against polluting these rivers There have been schemes to clean them up Remember Rajiv Gandhi’s pledge to clean up the Ganga and now of course we have the Prime Minister’s promise and Uma Bharti in charge Yet somehow one cannot expect that the Ganga will ever be clean I bet there is more likelihood of an ISRO moon landing or a Ram Mandir than of a clean Ganga The citizens’ faith in the judiciary is matched by the confidence the judges have in their own power Not only do they interpret the Constitution but even instruct us to be patriotic by getting up for the national anthem in cinema halls The most revealing contrast is however with the reform of cricket There was no general injunction that cricketers be treated as human beings There was a detailed insistence on restructuring the BCCI If only rivers were loved as much as cricket we could have them clean in no time For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: April 29 2014 10:19 pm Related News After triggering a row over his “yeh dil maange more” comments Narendra Modi on Tuesday night asserted that he holds Kargil martyr Capt Vikram Batra as well as his parents in high esteem and would quit politics rather than even thinking about disrespecting such citizens The BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate denounced the controversy over his usage of the phrase used by late Batra and wondered “what kind of politics is this” that one even cannot remember martyrs In a 3D telecast he said Congress is using “all tricks in the book and all abuses” to target him as it is sensing defeat in the ongoing Lok Sabha polls “When I went to Kolkata I remebered Subhash Chandra Bose when I went to Jhansi I remembered Rani Laxmi Bai and today I went to Himachal Pradesh and remembered the great son of India Vikram Batra But When I returned to Ahmedabad I got to know how my political rivals have distorted my statement I was deeply hurt” Modi said He was referring to his comment in Himachal Pradesh where he used the phrase ‘yeh dil maange more’ to seek 300 seats in the Lok Sabha polls Batra’s father G L Batra said his son should not be dragged into politics Batra’s mother Kamal Kanta Batra is a candidate of Aam Aadmi Party from Hamirpur in HP “Vikram Batra is a son of India Is it a crime to remember a martyr Their parents have sacrificed a lot and I bow to them… What sort of a political fever is this that does not allow you to remember the martyrs of India” he said Asserting that he had not insulted Batra Modi said “I would rather quit politics than even think of insulting our martyrs and their parents Modi is made of different mettle” In an obvious reference to recent attacks on him by Congress he said ruling party has sensed defeat and is stooping to new lows to target him “As a Chief Minister for the last 12 years there is no stain on me My Congress friends have filed all kinds of PILs against me in courts I have come out of this like gold… I am baffled You have had to stoop to such level You have such a big government Were you sleeping so far Why did not you hang Modi” he said Congress had recently attacked him over his alleged links with a hawala dealer and been targeting him for benefiting select businessmen in Gujarat “Congress is rattled I know they have lost the game People are determined to finish you off” he said The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate said the vested group which prospered and expanded under the watch of Congress regimes in the last 60 years have launched a “ferocious one-sided” attack on him He alleged that the UPA government was trying to suppress his voice by “forcing” the media not to show his speeches live as they used to earlier Attacking the “maa-beta” government he said no dispensation has received so many stricture from the Supreme Court as this one and it instead of following its order insulted it For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest Mumbai News, DIG Pravin Salunkhe said.
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