Petition to National Skill Development Corporation, HRD Ministry
Better Primary Education and Skill Development in India
Right to primary education is a fundamental right in India. It is the duty of the Indian government to provide education to every boy and girl up to the primary stage. Primary education will enable a child to learn to read and write. It will enable him to use his vernacular language and learn the simple rules of arithmetic. But this system is clearly not sufficient and has certain loopholes. Honing skills and holistic development is of paramount importance in today's day and age- where there is cut throat competition. But unfortunately, the government aided primary education goes nowhere beyond the set curriculum which ends up making students merely carbon copies of each other. There is a vast gap between the primary schooling in an international board versus that of a government school. The students of international boards have got a varied choice of subjects. Moreover, there is focus on several extra curricular activities for holistic development. On the other hand, the free elementary education is sub par in many rural places of India. The infrastructure i.e. libraries, classrooms, sanitation is of no quality in these schools. The faculty let alone the facilities is pitiable in many cases. Recently there had been many videos resurfacing the interweb in which a teacher was teaching gibberish to students in the name of alphabet. The government needs to make the job of a primary teacher more attractive by increasing the pay so that it will attract competent men for the job. Government should bring in uniformity in the curriculum and standards of the primary education, irrespective of the board because we're referring to the common youth of India. For our country to progress holistically, we are in the utmost need of skill based approach and better primary education. The skills in children must be explored, trained and perfected; and this needs to begin in primary schooling. So join me in requesting the HRD Ministry of India to improve the current plight of primary education in our country.
Petition to High Court Gujarat, Rajeev Gowda, Prof M.V. Rajeev Gowda
Free Sanjiv Bhatt, IPS officer who is detained for 22 years old fake case. Grant Bail.
Sanjiv Bhatt is a former Indian Police Service officer from Gujarat. He is well known for his role in filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court of India against the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, concerning Modi's alleged role in the 2002 Gujarat riots. He has claimed to have attended a meeting at the CM's official residence on Feb 27, 2002, following the Godhra train burning incident, during which Modi (now the Prime Minister of India) allegedly asked top police officials to let Hindus vent out their anger against the Muslims. He has since remained one of the most outspoken critic of the current fascist, BJP Indian government. He has particularly been supportive of freedom in Kashmir. The UN recently supported his viewpoints in their report on Kashmir. Mr Bhatt was arrested by the police on the 5th of September, 2018, on a 22 year old case, and has been unfairly denied bail from the sessions court, and not yet given a proper hearing in the High Court. His incarceration for the past 140 days is a terrible travesty of justice - to Sanjiv Bhatt, his family and the Indian society in general, which is rapidly losing faith in our judiciary system to impart due justice to the citizens, particularly those targeted by the oppressive ruling government. Please support this petition to make our concerned voice heard in the halls of justice and democracy. Thank you.
Petition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Remove the Caste based Reservation System
It must be fought ,We are children of One God like everyone else, We are the citizens of this country, & our civilization is one of the oldest, then why should we be treated unequally ? Ladies & Gentleman I have decided to unite UR category students, to help us proclaim our right.... To be treated as equal citizen of this country.... We dont want a conflict We know the strength forces arrayed against us.....But we are determined that justice will be done.... The symbol of our status is embodied in this category that restricts us from getting opportunities that we deserve, that is not the case with other reserved categories, the 1st step towards changing all this is to eliminate this difference between us, We do not want to ignite the fear & hatred of anyone, but I ask you all the UR candidates to help us light up the sky ..... & the mind of the Indian Government with our defiance of this injustice..... There should not be "RESERVATION ON CASTE BASIS" IT SHOULD BE based on POVERTY OTHER WISE IN COMING TIME POVERTY CAN BLAST & WILL SWIPE THE NATION Thank you....
Petition to Election Commisson of India, Sunil arora
Allow Indians on the Move to Vote from their Current Location #LostVotes
What do Pranjal, an IIT student and Vinod, an Uber driver have in common? Neither can vote in the 2019 elections. Because they study and work in cities away from their hometowns. “We discuss politics a lot at IIT, Delhi. I was so keen to vote in my hometown Kota in the recent Rajasthan elections. But sadly I couldn’t make it as I couldn’t afford to skip my studies for 3-4 days,” says Pranjal. Etah-resident Vinod drives an Uber cab in Noida. “I didn’t have the money or the time to travel 200 kilometres to cast a vote in the UP elections. It would have been a lot simpler if the location of a voter did not matter, only the vote did,” he says. Like Pranjal and Vinod, crores of Indians are on the move. For work or education. And many have voter cards but live far away from their constituencies where they are registered. It’s time to make every Indian’s vote count. Unlike numerous services - like mobile phone numbers, bank accounts and Aadhaar number - that remain the same whether you live in Agra or Agartala, our voting right doesn’t move with us. This is one of the biggest reasons why millions of Indians were not able to vote in the 2014 elections. Sign this petition asking the Election Commission of India to make it possible for every Indian with a voters card to cast their vote no matter where they live in India - in their constituency or thousands of kilometres away. Afterall, if NRIs can vote by proxy, why can’t Indians on the move right here in India? It’s time to turn these #LostVotes into votes that count. Because they can shape the destiny of our nation. If you wish to sign the petition in Hindi, click here: https://change.org/lostvoteshindi
Petition to Government of India, Governor of Karnataka
President rule in Karnataka
We the people of Karnataka are really fed up political drama happening everyday no one is taking care of people all party MLA's are enjoying in different resorts. There is no rain people are suffering. I on behalf of people of Karnataka request you to impose a president rule and declare the election again.
Petition to Narendra Modi and Nitish kumar
Hospitality facilities of my town is degrading day by day.
The Hospital facility of my town Chapra in bihar is very very bad. All the money of poor people are wasted in medicine to private entrepreneurs, due to worsen medical faculty provided by government.As the poor people are hand to mouth , the living of standard in highly unhygienic and government is not looking into this. People are dying but nobody is caring , there are lots of lacklustre in governmental programs and its need to improve.
Petition to Human Rights.
Declare flood of Assam as a National Disaster.
The floods of Assam happens every year.There is no mitigation by any political parties to mitigate the solution as a national calamity.Though Assam is a state of Union of India it doesnot get attention on this front from Mainland India and Media and National Parties neglect with step motherly attitude.Humans animals die each year.Crop land destroyed and also infractructure.We need solution.
Petition to President of India
KAR - NATAKA in a Resort
I am a humble resident of Karnataka, a responsible citizen of India; I pay my taxes on time and vote for my state and country diligently. I do all this in anticipation of making my life worth living and for making my state and country the best place to live. I believe that by voting, we give responsibility to certain people to take care of our state, these public representatives chosen by us, so-called politicians, promise us to reform and develop our state for better at the time of the election but after winning the election their interest is only fathered by gains. Today, when I am witnessing an upheaval in our state with regards to politics, I feel like being used by these politicians to get a license to exploit the general public. After coming into power, they start their dirty business of politics. To get into power, they play crude games like resort politics, number game, understandings, fights, etc. I don’t understand the complex equations of politics, but I do understand one thing that these politicians have no agenda for the development of the state. They are not concerned about how the functioning of the state has come to a standstill. No work is happening, no water management in Bangalore, the state is going through agrarian crisis, energy crisis and development crisis, but these problems do not affect them. All they are worried about is their charter planes, expensive resorts, services in resorts, and spending their time endlessly discussing how they are going to be valued. I certainly feel that the state has gone to the dogs. We don’t want these money chasers to rule and thwart the vision of our state. We all should come together, and make some noise against them. We don’t want our hard-earned money to be wasted and splurged on them. The slogan of “Please Vote, Please Vote!” must stop, as our politicians have no sense of responsibility towards the common public who elect them. I have no qualms in saying that, I appreciate those who did not vote, they are in fact intelligent people who have understood the dynamics of politics better and have given up on our politicians. I request the President of India to bring relevant amendments in coalition policy, so that, the stability of the government is not jeopardized. I also appeal to the people of Karnataka to come together and tell the President that we don’t want politicians to run our state for their ulterior motives. We want a peaceful government which is of the people, by the people and for the people. My request to all of you is to open your eyes to the current situation at hand and forward this to as many people as you can, so that, this appeal reaches the President of India and he feels compelled to pass some strict laws which can teach these politicians a lesson of a lifetime.