all Tobacco and liquor companies in India should cover their costumers under Insurance
using Tobacco or liquor , damaging the consumer health very badly. But all state and central government are only interested in generating revenue keeping the blame on Individual, to some extent its true every Individual should have personal responsibility of their health . But when the consumer is getting sick with this habits he is not the sufferer any more his family is taking all the financial pain which the companies or the government should bare they are beneficiaries government with tax, and companies with profit Company should insure for every costumer for health and life, or The Government of India should ban Tobacco products and alcohol in India ..
India let's demand for 5 day Work week
In India an employ working time is 8 hours per day and 6 days a week but on an average private employ is working 11 hours per day per week its 66 hours so employ is loosing all his valuable time for the same wage and he is unable to spare time with family employer is deciding his life style in other countries like France per week working hours is only 35 Government of India please declare 5 day week official and make 7 day work illegal people are not born like robots they have Brain please give 2 days for their own so that on work they can apply full skills in Good working atmosphere ..
Close bars, liquor and Tobacco shops Near Schools
most of the smokers in India they are involving in this Habit in youth age due to social atmosphere ..Government's should be responsible about their future generation's but sadly government systems also in the fund search for welfare they are not taking responsibility but if this goes on the future youth will suffer with deceases at present every year 1 million Indian's die on hospital beds and lot more suffering Indirectly in India 40 percent of the people are below poverty if 1 family have 1 smoker that family is baring 7500 Indian rs per month in poor families due to 1 person negligence remaining 3 or 4 person's of that family are starving .. Government should act responsible to keep their citizen's healthy and wealthy we demand Indian government to Ban cigarettes In India
Damage of Public Properties Act 1984( Ratnachal Express) we Demand to punish the Culprit
Sir every person,community, caste ,religion or area has the right to Question the Injustice going on them, but no one has the right to damage any public property if they think as a leader of 1 community they can damage the Nations property that to in the first gathering it self, than have to take action on them as Nations Chief Justice, we need the damage cost from the Leader . please go through this issue seriously so that it will be message for the group gathering Leaders
United we stand, divided we fall. If Bharat is like one family no beady can dare to attack on us No home can be strong, happy and peaceful without unity. What will happen if everybody goes his own way? The family will break into pieces. One will not care for the other. They will not help each other in need. A divided house cannot face an enemy. A brother will cut the neck of his own brother. How horrible its result will be. We differ from one another in many ways. But still we are all Indians. Our National Flag unites us all. We are ready to fight as a nation. The Hindus, the Muslims, the Sikhs, the Christians—all should stay as one Family lets sign in millions and show we are United
Support Nana Patekar and lets Salute for His Contribution for Farmers
India is a large populated area and 60% of Indians are mainly depending on farming seed's ,fertilizers pesticides and droughts are killing the spirit of Indian farmers and 1000 of Farmers committing suicides every Year to help to the extent from His Nana Patekar is trying his Best lets support him by showing respect if possible who can contribute with Him
Bring The Right to Call Back the Governments
We are not Questioning on Reservations But where is the justification dr br ambedkar(given up to 1970) Means He feel 20 years is Quite Fair but Vote bank Politics gave 20+20+20 but it has no end (every 10 years extend now upto 2020)And the people are still suffering for toilets we want Justification from every Act of the Governments thats way to stop vote bank politics we want the Right to Call back the Government State Governments should not have Right on Reservations... I would like to bring forward is Article 334. When the constitution was first introduced on 26th November 1949, article 334 titled “Reservation of seats and special representation to cease after twenty years” stated “Notwithstanding anything in the foregoing provisions of this Part, the provisions of this Constitution relating to— (a) the reservation of seats for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes in the House of the People and in the Legislative Assemblies of the States; and (b) the representation of the Anglo-Indian community in the House of the People and in the Legislative Assemblies of the States by nomination, shall cease to have effect on the expiration of a period of twenty years from the commencement of this Constitution: Provided that nothing in this article shall affect any representation in the House of the People or in the Legislative Assembly of a State until the dissolution of the then existing House or Assembly, as the case may be.” This meant that, reservation of SC/STs in House of the People and in Legislative Assemblies of the states should not be in effect post 1970. However, as per the 23rdAmendment which happened on 23th January 1970, article 334 of Indian constitution was amended to extend reservation for SC/ST and nomination of Anglo Indian members in Parliament and State Assemblies for another 10 years. This meant that reservations of SC/STs in the House of the People and in Legislative Assemblies of the States is extended till 1980. Basically, when constitution of India was written, the goal was set for twenty years to bring a reform among SC/STs. However, lack of accountability among politicians and creation of vote-bank politics resulted in further 10 year extension of the time-line. The worst was yet to come. On 25th Janurary 1980, article 334 of Indian constitution was again amended (45th Amendment) to extend reservation for SC/ST and nomination of Anglo Indian members in Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years (up to 1990). 10 years later, on 20th December 1989, article 334 of Indian constitution was once again amended (62ndAmendment) to extend reservation for SC/ST and nomination of Anglo Indian members in Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years (up to 2000). Ten years later, on 25th January 2000, article 334 of Indian constitution was amended (79th Amendment) for the 4thtime to extend reservation for SC/ST and nomination of Anglo Indian members in Parliament and State Assemblies for another ten years (up to 2010). So, basically, the concept of reservations of seats for SCs/STs in House of People and Legislative assemblies was meant for twenty years but incapable/unaccountable politicians extended it till sixty years. The most disheartening fact is, the situation of SCs/STs in India still remains as backward as it was during independence. Who is responsible for it? I would say, it’s the people belonging to SCs/STs, especially because they haven’t demanded their elected representatives to develop them. How long can the nation tolerate reservations in the name of caste when people itself want to stick to their backwardness? It appears that, by the end of 2010, the constitution will be once again amended to extend the reservations for SC/STs for another 10 years. This will continue to happen until SCs/STs wake up and demand progress and accountability from their elected representatives. Also, they need to start realizing that, their elected representative need not be from SCs/ST to understand their problems. I hope sense prevails in India. 8 Amend article 334. 5 January 1960 Extended the period of reservation of seats for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha and the State Legislative Assemblies till 1970 Amend article 334. 25 January 2010 To extend the reservation of seats for SCs and STs in the Lok Sabha and states assemblies from Sixty years to Seventy years