Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Hypocrite UPA Government shows true colours on Casteist Reservations

The Casteist "Divide Hindus and Conquer" UPA Government claimed to have introduced Casteist Reservations for OBC's to uplift poor and uneducated sections of OBC's.

Now the Governemt's true colours have come out: the Government has refused to restrict the benefits of Reservations only to the poor sections of society who truly are underprivileged.

Instead, the Government has set up the rules in such a way that rich families of these OBC Castes (who are in no need of any benefits at all) will benefit the most from the Reservations. Thus, it is clear that the Government does not care at all about upliftment of the weak; all it cares about is Casteism, and winning elections with its Muslim vote bank by Dividing and Conquering Hindu society on Caste lines.

Casteism is a crime under the Indian Constitution. However the UPA Government is openly practising Casteism to win elections.

When will Justice be served ? When will the People of India stand up, speak up, be noticed ? When will the People of India deliver the terrible punishment that these enemies of our Mother India so richly deserve ?

Arjun Singh, Antonia Maino (who calls herself Sonia Gandhi), and Ambubani Ramadoss are the biggest villains of this Casteist Divide and Conquer Conspiracy against India. They each deserve the Death Penalty for committing Crimes Against Humanity (remember the hundreds of thousands of innocent India school and college students who were brutally suppressed all over India in May 2006 by the UPA Government's Police and Paramilitary Forces for protesting against the UPA Government's Casteist policies ? That was a Crime Against Humanity.)

When will Justice be done ? When will Arjun Singh, Antonia Maino and Ambubani Ramadoss pay for their terrible crimes ?

When will Mother India wake up and destroy the thieves, dacoits, criminals, murderers, rapists, liars, and tyrants who rule over her and persecute her children ?

The Times of India reports:

Cabinet rules out exclusion of creamy layer from quota
[7 Dec, 2006 2258hrs ISTPTI]

NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday night rejected the recommendations of a Parliamentary Standing Committee to exclude creamy layer from the purview of the 27 per cent OBC quota in government-aided institutions of higher learning.

"After considering all aspects, it was decided to stick to the original Bill with the basic framework of 27 per cent reservation for OBCs," Information and Broadcasting Minister P R Dasmunsi told reporters after the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

The Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Bill 2006 would be reintroduced with some minor changes in the current session of Parliament, he said.

The Bill which was introduced on the last day of Monsoon session of Parliament on August 25 this year was referred to Parliamentary Standing Committee on HRD which gave its report on December 1.

The panel had recommended that the "first instance reservation should be given to the non-creamy layer of OBC candidates". After admitting such non-creamy layer candidates, if OBC vacancies remain unfilled, these may be filled up from the creamy layer in order of merit," the report had said.

Exclusion of creamy layer was an issue on which there was sharp division among the allies and supporting parties of the ruling UPA.

While Left parties favoured exclusion of creamy layer from the quota ambit in order to reach the reservation benefit to the really deserving, UPA allies like DMK and PMK strongly opposed exclusion.

The Cabinet also approved enactment of Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rigths) Bill 2006 to "undo the historical injustice" to tribals residing in forests for generations, Dasmunsi said.

Noting that there was a controversy whether there should be two bills one for tribals and another forest dwellers, he said the Cabinet decided that there would be only one bill clubbing both with 2005 as cut-off year.

The Bill to be introduced in the current session of Parliament after necessary amendments are suggested by the Ministers of Tribal Affairs, Panchayati Raj, Forest and Law, he said. The Cabinet approved introduction of separate bills for setting up Sikkim University, Tripura University and Rajiv Gandhi University, Dasmunsi said.

He said that the meeting also approved tabling of the Action Taken Memorandum on the recommendations contained in the 11th Annual Report of the National Commission for Minorities for 2003/04 in both Houses of Parliament.

Another legislation which got Cabinet's nod was Administrative Tribunals (Second Amendment) Bill 2006 which seeks to attract more suitable persons from the administrative and judicial streams to the tribunals.

Its objective is to bring about improvement in the quality of justice delivery in the matter of administrative disputes, he said.

The Cabinet approved construction of government-owned Chancery, Cultural Centre, residences of officers and staff in Tokyo at a cost of Rs 192.8 crore, he said.

The project would be completed by July 2009, he said.


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