देश के वर्तमान परिपेक्ष में सबसे विश्वसनीय संस्था जो न्यायालय ही बच गयी है उसके एक अंग, एलाहाबाद उच्चतम न्यायालय के लखनौऊ खंडपीठ ने एक समादेश याचिका विचार के लिए स्वीकार कर ली है जिसमे आरोप लगाया गया है कि बहुजन समाज पार्टी के नेता के विरुद्ध भाजपा के एक नेता द्वारा कथित रूप से आपत्तिजनक भाषा के प्रयोग के विरुद्ध बहु. समा.पार्टी द्वारा संगठित विरोध प्रदर्शन में उनके समर्थकों नेअभद्र भाषा का प्रयोग किया जो कानून एवम संविधान के विरुध है.
I feel laughing… I feel kicking… I feel spitting… I mean I want to do all nasty things when I come across people who play ignorance or act oblivious of, and when you have reasons to believe that the particular incident has been in their knowledge constantly for decades together. Yet they didn’t even hiss about it till someone else brings the incident to light. It is this social double standard that Bihar would go down with in contemporary history of independent India.
Like it or not, caste system is a harsh reality in India. However, in the current scenario in Bihar, the unprecedented growth san development, brought about by Nitish led government has played a catalytic role in this election albeit, not in the forefront.
Lalu and Owaisi are the one among many who have same language, same brand of venom, same quality of shamelessness and selfishness, same type of irresponsible attitude and above all same class of divisive politics - one takes the social castes system to ride and the other leans on religion to further his political ambition.
Emergency of 1975 in this country has many tell-tales. And they say that most authentic documentation of such saga is in the form of the report of Shah Commission. I haven’t read it and no opinion on it therefore. My truth is my own experience of 13 months of jail term in Muzaffarpur.
My better half (if given the liberty I would rather refer her as my worst half) would love Golgappas if she ever eats them. It is what I strongly feel about.
"It is undemocratic," said some.
"There is no place of violence in a democracy," said the others.
The party workers went berserk for, their great leader was slapped by an ordinary man, a citizen, a voter of this country.
It was like any other day in Central (Now Khudi Ram Bose Central) Jail in Muzaffarpur except that the scorching sun has lost some of its fury giving us considerable amount of relaxation. The approaching winter had brought ever so uncaring jail administration a sense of providing warm clothing to the prisoners including JP activists imprisoned there.
It was the warm summer afternoon of June 30, 1975 I was sitting idle at home perspiring when I saw Ratnesh coming with some common friends of ours. Ours was a rented house just at one of the large gates of Sarvodaygram in Muzaffarpur.