Petition to Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Dr. Pranab Mukherjee
Airport Expanded on the land of Poor families of Delhi: Who'll help?
More than 59 families are on hunger strike for the land, that was taken by the Govt on the promise that plots will be given against the plots. But they gave nothing.People are dying Now, Come and Save! Hunger strike is at 10 Kms away from the Prime Minister Of India Narender Modi's home. Mr. Modi should react. Please read what they want to say, it will take only 1 minute: We are bonafide residents of village Nangal Dewat, New Delhi who have been deprived of our basic human rights to shelter and to live withdignity ever since we have been dislocated from our homes on31-07-2007 without providing alternative rehabilitation plots. We belong to poor family background with scheduled caste community; weare living on rented house with family since (2007) rehabilitation ofmy village has been done. It is our prayer to you that a humanisticand merciful approach may kindly be adopted our cases. Also the factof my being rendered homeless on dislocation of Village Nangal Dewatmay be kept in broad view while others such cases are providedalternative land for rehabilitation. As a matter of natural justice and also to help the poor classes, their land holdings both in Old Abadi & Extended Abadi needs to be consolidate as it was done in case of other general class residents of Village Nangal Dewat. As your goodself has reiterated that you are concerned only on theissue of consideration of our plots land under our possession, youare, once again, prayed to consider the same and make our respectivecategory of alternative plots by clubbing our old abadi land as wellas extended abadi land with our community plot as we fulfill all therequirements for the same without any doubt. Thanking You Anil Lohia Petitioner Gen. Secretary Nangal Deawt Welfare Society
Petition to Mr. Narendra Modi, Mr. Arun Jaitley, Mr. Urjit Patel, Prime Minister's Office India, firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com
Use of unaccounted cash for National benefits like welfare of Indian Soldiers
The Prime Minister of India, recently announced the demonetization of ₹500 and ₹1000 notes. This move was amongst the strongest financial decision ever taken in the history of India. This will expose the undisclosed hidden money which otherwise would have been used in development of the country. Considering its positive impact, this decision has already been welcomed by the masses. No doubt this decision gave sleepless nights to black money holders, to those who fund the terrorists & duplicate the currency flow. According to sources, ₹14,00,000 Crore* is in circulation in the form of hard cash in notes of ₹500 & ₹1000. Now more of this amount which is undisclosed, is just having worth of pieces of paper and is soon going to be flushed. Even though the money is undisclosed but at the end, it is someone’s effort. Media is evident of all the news about money being burnt or dumped in garbage. People have already started to destroy their money. Don’t you think, this is a disrespect to our national currency? Is this really the last resort to get rid of the undisclosed currency notes of ₹500 and ₹1000? No, definitely No. Can’t we use that money for any noble cause instead of throwing it? Can’t we get that money for the development and welfare of India and Indians? Yes, we can. If this money, which is soon to be turned to ashes, could be used for any noble cause, it would be great contribution in Enhancing capabilities of soldiers Buying new and advanced equipments Restricting terrorism Supporting families of the soldiers Investing in safety of soldiers Many more noble causes Government should open a bank account in the name of ‘Indian Soldiers’, whereby people with undisclosed and unaccounted cash, can deposit their money anonymously. No questions shall be asked to the depositors regarding the source of that money. Thereby, government could use this money for the right cause. Government should allow people to deposit any amount of money in any denomination. We are filing this petition, requesting the Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi, to consider the need and thereby request the government to act immediately, until it is too late. We urge our fellow citizens, who reside within and outside India to show their support by signing the petition for this noble cause. We believe this as the biggest opportunity where we Indians can repay to our mother India by supporting this small initiative. Let’s contribute for the development of India. Jai Hind ! (*http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/finance/rs-14-lakh-crore-cash-junked-what-that-means-for-black-money/articleshow/55331934.cms