Petition to Northeast
Urging NE states to unite against the Big Bully Assam CM Himanta Biswa
THIS IS A PETITION TO ALL OUR NORTHEASTERN BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO JOIN US IN OUR FIGHT AGAINST THE MANIPULATIVE BEHAVIOUR OF THE ASSAM GOVERNMENT TO ITS NEIGHBORING STATES. MIZORAM IS BLEEDING, YOU COULD BE NEXT! THIS IS OUR FIGHT, FOR OUR LAND AND OUR IDENTITY! LET US REMIND THEM THAT WE ARE NOT LIVING UNDER THEIR MERCY! WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! UNITED, WE'RE STRONG!
Petition to United Nations
Justice for Joel
*Justice for Joel Shindani Malu and friends* He was a young friendly man, bright and talented. He is gone too soon, in a case of custodial death. Joel Shindani Malu was an African student from Congo studying in India who was arrested in an unproven case of drugs. The Bengaluru Police went on to arrest him and take him to the Police cells in the middle of the night. He was well and healthy only for him to pass away under a sketchy scenario early in the morning. When other students and friends went forward to ask for answers to his death the police responded by beating them up in excessive brutality which left many students with serious injuries. The African students in India have been affected emotionally, physically and psychologically.
Petition to Narendra Modi ji, Shri Kiren Rijiju ji, Shri G.Kishan Reddy
CENTRAL LAW FOR AUTONOMOUS SYSTEM OF HINDU SCHOLARS FOR HINDU TEMPLES’ ADMINISTRATION
To Honorable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi ji. Honorable Minister of State for Culture, Shri Kishan Reddy ji, Honorable Minister of Law & Justice, Shri Kiren Rijiju ji, Dear Sirs, On behalf of millions of devotees from the Global Hindu communities, who considers their temples as means to worship the God - the Almighty, we humbly request your attention to the following to affect the creation of a proper system for the service, maintenance & preservation of Hindu temples, temple assets, temple customs, temple arts, knowledge on Thantra-Mantra-Yantra etc associated with temples, learning, teaching & propagation of Vedas, Upanishads, other scriptures and numerous other tenets of Hindu Religious & Cultural life. It is further humbly requested that the Constitutional guidelines and laws may be reviewed if required to effect a timely constructive change. 1. A new system for the service & maintenance of Hindu temples has to be developed and implemented at the earliest, considering the historical backdrop that led to the present state of affairs and by ensuring no intervention of secular government and politicians in Hindu temple affairs, noting that they are not intervening in Christian Church and Muslim Mosque affairs. 2. This system should ensure that the numerous ancient Hindu temples in India are properly, effectively and meaningfully preserved and utilized for the purposes for which it is intended and not just for purposes of tourism development and commercial benefits. As we all know, the prime purpose of temples are not to promote commercial tourism. 3. At present, the temple assets and its affairs at large, are taken care by the bodies set up by the secular government which are a mixture of government officials and political nominees. It is evident that these personnel are the key decision makers in the affairs of temples about which they are not really conversant enough as it appears. 4. Such government officials are entering into the government service through PSC examinations or such processes. And political nominees get their entry based on their comparative merits in their party and as decided by the party !! 5. It is anyone’s guess that a governing body of temple affairs, constituted through such a process will not really stand the test of merit and competency when compared with a constituted panel of subject experts in the area of temple affairs, spiritual practices, Thantra etc that are part & parcel of Hindu religious life. 6. As an obvious result, temples have become centers of commercial activity and many consider temples as mere establishments for employment. In many temples it is observed that the Priests eyes on devotees who pay higher amount as ‘dakshina’. In many temples, the temple employees behave with rude manners as if the devotees committed a great mistake by visiting the temple. Recently, in Guruvayur temple, a devotee was beaten up by a temple employee. Many might have had several of such ill experiences to cite upon. All this happens because the people who reach at the helm of affairs of temples through the provisions of HR & CE Act do not really posses the HRM skills, respects, protocols etc relevant at the Hindu temples. The administrative bodies are clueless about how to recruit the right people for the right job, how to train them, how to retain them, the importance of means & ways of setting right attitude in the temple staff as well as visiting devotees. All these happens while a large number of scholars and such people knowledgeable in such matters relating to Hindu culture, rituals, Vedas, Upanishads, Thantra etc are not given any opportunity to contribute their wisdom for the well being of the Hindu society that they hail from. 7. In many temples, crores of rupees are received as offerings. Many Hindus believe that such income are not fully and effectively utilized for purpose of the Hindu religious life but it adds to the treasury of the secular government apart from paying the salary of temple staff. At present, there are a lot of transparency concerns. And this happens while many ancient temples are running short of money to maintain themselves in a reasonable status. While other religions are utilizing such fund for their religious affairs such as learning, teaching and propagation of their religious texts, literature, their customs etc, Hindus do not enjoy that freedom to have centers of learning, teaching etc. As a result, majority of Hindus becomes just ‘believers’ without possessing the knowledge they are supposed to have about their culture, religion and religious practices,customs, rituals, literature etc. and its significances. They find it hard to find a facility in their neighborhood for the learning of their relevant religious texts and Samskritam, the language that is the key to treasures of HIndu wisdom. 8. It would do good if government officials & politicians keep away from the administrative affairs of Hindu temples and focus well on their area of activity and excel in that. Government should seek information and intervene if any unlawful activities get reported. 9. Decision making authority & responsibility on temple affairs should be entrusted with a duly constituted, competent body that is populated with the subject experts, Sanyasins from prominent ashrams /mutts, intellectuals and veterans in the Hindu religious & scriptural matters, and principles governing the installation and maintenance of temples. 10. As we know, there are a lot of such people in every state of India who have devoted their time for the pursuit of learning and propagating Hindu scriptures, spiritual practices and its ways and means and so on. But the knowledge of such visionaries are hardly utilized for any policy making, temple related issues etc and the community to which they belong to. 11. A model for temple administration is presented here. We request this model be subjected for debate, correction and implementation by involving intellectuals. 11.1. Based on the geographical considerations, each state may be divided into 3 or four operating zones. For example, to start with the southern most state, Kerala, it may be divided into 3 zones – Southern, Middle and North zones. Then, one IAS officer will be nominated to each zone. as Zonal Devaswam Commissioners (ZDC). The senior most ZDC will be the ‘Chief Devaswam Commissioner’. 11.2. These commissioners will initiate processes to constitute an apex body for administration of Hindu religious and temple affairs preferably with name – ‘Hindu Mandir Seva Prathinidhi Sabha’ (HMSPS). The name shall remain uniform for all the states but with the prefix of the corresponding state name. 11.3. The zonal commissioners shall collect the data of ashrams, mutts, other spiritual/religious institutions, temples, scholarly individuals etc. Then, each institution will be contacted directly and by way of an announcement in the leading media, inviting expression of interest from all religious/cultural entities to join as member of HMSPS by explaining them about the whole plan. There should be stipulated norms for the eligibility. 11.4. All such applicants/nominated persons should undergo a screening process to establish their credibility and caliber before getting inducted into HMSPS. Care must be taken to counsel them well before so that no one gets insulted or misunderstood about the whole process & intentions. 11.5. Such screened & finalized applicants & nominated persons together shall elect one among them as their representative through secret balloting. 11.6. The elected representative and the Chief Devaswam Commissioner shall be the authorized joint signatories of HMSPS. 11.7. Any issue pertaining to the Hindu temples and the society at large shall be debated & decided in HMSPS in a democratic way. 11.8. Norms for recruitment, remuneration, training, etc of staff in each temple shall be decided by the HMSPS. 11.9. An executive officer with staff shall be appointed in each temple by the HMSPS with clearly stating his duties & responsibilities. The size of team and the facilitation shall be governed by the prominence, size and activity of the temple. 11.10 HMSPS shall have zonal offices at a centrally located town. All the accounts shall be subjected for a third party audit and published every year. 11.11. With the implementation of this system after thorough debate at various forums and in a time bound manner, the present system of secular governments involving in temple affairs could be scrapped at the earliest. 11.12. HMSPS should facilitate centers for the learning (Pata Shala) of Samskritam language, Vedic Mathematics, The Chathur Vedas, Upanishads, Jyothisham, Vasthu Shasthra, Gemology, Vegetarian cookery, Basic customs & procedures of pooja, Environmental preservation, meaning & significance of the customs and rituals, science behind temple etc etc as prescribed by the religious and spiritual masters of Hindu Dharma. This would ensure that ignorant citizen will not get cheated by fraudsters and also to avoid Hindu religious becoming a center stage for the so called secularism drama. 11.13. Whenever situations demands and if required, the Minister of cultural affairs will act based on the inputs from the HMSPS and never directly. 11.14 The secular government should intervene in the religious affairs when and only when unlawful and anti constitutional activities are reported. We humbly request you to treat this request with top priority as the efficient existence of Hindu Dharmic life would directly trigger the effective prevalence of secularism in India. We humbly request the government to subject the concept of creation of such a representative council for a national debate by scholarly people and enact a new suitable law at the earliest and help Hindus to know Hindu Dharma and its basics at least. Hindus wish to learn Hindu Dharma in an authentic way. Mechanical engineering is handled by Mechanical engineers. Cardiology is handled by Cardiologists and Nuclear science is handled by nuclear scientists so as to have good results for the efforts. It would be disastrous if such technological establishments are controlled by irrelevant people. Similarly Hindu temple affairs are to be handled by people who have expertise in the relevant sciences, physiology and psychology pertaining to temples or else it would lead to undesirable effects to the society as we have been witnessing so far and at present. So, a change for betterment is essential. We are hopeful in the present Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji. Sir, we humbly request you to do the needful to ensure natural justice and equality for Hindus along with the followers of other religions as assured by the Constitution of India.
Petition to Students
NED ONLINE EXAMS
With due respect, We are writing this request application to bring your kind attention towards a very serious concern which all of your obedient students of NED have related to conducting of exams physically for this semester, since the students strongly believe that this will significantly impact their final academic results. Karachi is facing a very disaster wave of covid-19 and Delta variant which is spreading faster. The ratio of cases in Karachi has increased up to 30% which is really an alarming situation for us. There are certain other issues which are being faced by students. As you may be aware, most of the students and their families are suffering from COVID due to which their studies are highly affected. Most of the students of NED University are also COVID positive in today's date. A/c to SINDH GOVERNMENT, educational institutions of those areas will remain close where COVID ratio is more than 5% but Karachi is facing more than 30% ratio. Cases are increasing day by day, so how's it possible for students to give physical exams which is highly risky. Moreover, due to COVID situation, students are being taught online and burdenized with compensatory classes whole day. We are sitting in front of gadgets whole day, and don't have time to study those uploaded lectures. Moreover, we have to watch all the lectures in video format everytime, therefore sir please tell us that how could we manage to prepare and then revise such courses having around 40-45 minutes,l video lectures, and each subject having 3-4 videos per day. Lastly, as you will appreciate, it is a well-known fact that corona virus and it's new form DELTA VARIANT is spreading much faster that hundreds of corona cases are reported on daily basis. In view of this, most of parents are hesitant to send their children back to the University and therefore it may be possible that those parents may not send their children for physical exams which will affect those students’ final academic results. It is submitted that conducting final exams physically for this semester may put lives of numerous students in danger. If God forbid, during the physical exams any of the student contacts corona virus (which is highly likely given that the corona virus spreads more quickly in populated places) and resultantly died, what will happen. To sum up, it is submitted that all of the above issues have disturbed the study schedule of the students very badly and created a panic situation among them. Further, given the time constraints, it will be impractical for the students to prepare for physical exams for this semester as most of the students and their families are COVID positive. In view of the above, it is humbly requested to please consider conducting the final exams of this semester online. May ALLAH SWT protect all of us in this pandemic. Regards: Students of NED University
Petition to police, Social media celebrities, Memers, youths
Give men and women equal justice.
A few days ago, a video surfaced on social media platforms, showing a woman thrashing a cab driver at a traffic signal in Lucknow. The cab driver broke down while recounting the incident and threatened to commit suicide if the woman was not arrested. In the 2.15-minute-long video, which went viral on Twitter, the bespectacled woman in a white t-shirt and jeans could be seen thrashing the cab driver, while a few people and police constables try to intervene. The woman repeatedly slaps the man, while he can be seen appealing to the public to get a woman constable. The woman put allegations that there were about 100 people with that man but nobody could be seen in that video. Also, she said she was dragged up to 100 meters by that man. These allegations can be seen as fake as per the video. I am not taking the side of either girl or that man but as shown in the video the girl was very harsh to that man. I just want that justice should be made to that man. Please sign in to my petition.
Petition to Government of India, United Nations, Narendra Modi, Supreme Court of India
BTS ARMY for Assam Police
On 26th of July, Mizoram police open fired on Assam police, killing 5 police officials and 2 civilians. This was because Assam police wanted to stop encroachment activities like construction in border areas which were declared as no man zone. The shootout happened in the inner line border of Cachar district in Assam. A surprising fact was that even some civilians of Mizoram had guns and shot on Assam. This is a clear indication of something way bigger than we see. We need justice for the fallen Police officers. We need justice for the innocent Police officers killed for the sole reason of interrupting illegal activities. We need to bring this to notice to the central govt to the world and inspire people to see the truth. A lot of people are blinded to this injustice happening in their own Nation. WE NEED TO FIGHT FOR IT
Petition to Government of India, Educational Minister India, State Government
Minimum salary rule for teachers and professors at Private institutions
Every state has a few government institutions, professors working there earn a decent salary which is as per rules of UGC. While public universities include institutions like IITs NITs IISERs central universities it also comprises of many colleges where teachers hardly pay attention to the students. Professors teaching in all of these institutions earn according to the set norms. Even if teachers at state run public schools never bother to take into consideration the actual needs of students, they earn salary according to the norms. Very few if not none of the teachers would send their kids to their own school However the teachers and professors at Private institutions could be paid anything depending on the mercy of the particular institute. A PhD candidate teaching in a Private engineering college can earn anything between 10-25k monthly while with the same qualification a person earning at public college would earn nearly 80-100k. I request the Government of India to take into account the needs of dedicated teachers. Owners of the private institutions cash on the employment demands and lack of any such regulations. Interestingly most of the private institutions regularly charges huge fees from the students. I do not mean to undermine any teacher at public institutions. I respect every teacher who puts their honest dedication towards the best interest of the students. But we all know the reality of widely growing need of private institutions.