Sunday, May 20, 2012

All India Confederation of SC/ST Organisations,organise demonstration in Delhi

All-India Confederation of SC/ST Organisations, organise demonstration on 21 May 2012 ,Monday at 11 AM at Jantar Mantar,Parliament Street,New Delhi with their charter of demands .“Every person who participated in the publication of the cartoon should be penalised and a criminal case should be registered against them,” K P Chaudhary, Secretary-General of the organisation said.Prominent National Leaders of Confederation Shri A R Joshi,Shri B S Bharti,Shri Ashok Kumar Shri kanwar Singh and Shri KP Chaudhry  and former Union Minister Shri Ramvilas Paswan,MP Dr P L Punia Chairman National Commmission for SC,Vice Chairman Dr Raj Kumar Verka,member Shri Raju Parmar,Shri praveen rashtrapal, M.P.,Shri Kamal Kishore Commando,M.P.,Shri Ghanshyam Anuragi,M.P. and Shri Pradeep Tamta,M.P., will address the gathering.

 DEMANDS OF CONFEDERATION
1.The culprits responsible for dishonouring of Bharat Ratna Baba Saheb Dr B R Ambedkar by Publishing his cartoos in N.C.E.R.T. Books should be panelized,arrested and must be sent to Jail by registering Criminal Case demanded strict action against officials involved.
 2.Union HRD Minister,Shri Kapil Sibal must be removed from the Union Cabinet and criminal case must be registered against him.
3.Govt.should amend the constitution for quashing the impact of Supreme Court Judgement dated 27.04.2012 delivered against the reservation of SC/ST communities in promotions.
4.Reservation Act should be enacted and should be kept in the 9th Schedule of Indian Constitution.
5.The reservation of SC/ST communities should be increased in the ratio of present population from 22.55 to 32%.
6.Reservation should be made in Private Sector,Higher Education,Judiciary,Army.
7.The SC sub plan and tribe sub plan funds should be utilized for the welfare of these communities and from these funds Residential Schools of Minimum 1000 Children should be established   by Government of India /State Government at tehsil leve;l for providing free education to each and every child of SC/ST from nursery to 12 th class.
8.National Commission for SC and National Commission for ST should be given more powers and their recommendations should be made mandatory to safeguards the interest and welfare of SC/ST communities.
9.At the pattern of other countries like USA,the principal of diversity should be implemented in india for providing proportional employment to people of SC/ST Communities.
10.More than 1- Lac backlog/shortfall vacancies of SC/ST community should be filled up by launching special drive.

G-8 : Noda left Washington for Japan

 Group of Eight summit opened in Camp David, outside Washington, on Friday.The leaders met over dinner and discussed such issues as Iran, Syria, and North Korea on the first day of their 2-day summit.Yoshihiko Noda left Washington for Japan on Saturday night after attending the Group of 8 summit in the US presidential retreat at Camp David.During the meeting, Noda pledged Japan's involvement in addressing Europe's credit crisis. He also cited his determination to enact the consumption tax hike bill during the current Diet session to rebuild Japan's finances and achieve economic growth.

A statement on the global economy was issued on Saturday, from the G8 summit at Camp David in the United States.In the statement, the leaders stressed the importance of a strong and cohesive Eurozone for global stability and recovery. They called on Greece to remain in the group, while respecting its commitments.

G8 leaders also discussed and expressed concern over Iran's continued uranium enrichment activities. They agreed on the importance of pursuing a diplomatic solution to the issue through an approach of both dialogue and pressure.The leaders agreed to renew their effort to press Syria to end violence immediately and move on the path toward democracy.The leaders are expected to focus their discussions on the Greek debt crisis during their 2nd-day session.

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