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WHERE DO WE STAND?


B. P. SINHA
NEW DELHI 


In fact I would like to place certain truth prevailing in the different community people of rural areas and due to lack of unity in them, their position in the politics has become a big zero. Without further explanation on the issue I would  like to come to the points and reality, which will substantiate where the community people stands politically.

All of us are aware Members of the Zila Parishad are nominated from Gaon Panchayat area and those elected members form the Zila Parishad. Incidentally, during the last election January in the year 2008, both  the leading political party namely Indian National Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party has put up their candidate for Zila Parishad. Member who are belonging to  Municipal Area,  namely  Dhurbajyoti Gupta and Meenakshi Das while Mr. Gupta was a elected member of  Silchar Municipal Board,  Meenakshi is a permanent resident of  Ambicapatty area of word No.26,  to include their name in Voter list of  GP area they have adopted certain technique, which was applied for our Hon'ble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohon Singh while nominated in Rajya Sabha from Assam and thereby depriving the political career of  an individual Congress candidate of Assam. In that election, BJP candidate got elected as there were three candidate from congress. 

In the eyes of the political parties inhabitant of rural areas are useless. And because of their disunity active members of the respective parties they have failed to lodge any complaint to the party High Command for the irregularity. Especially, it is being noticed in the Bishnupriya Community in large and their every day  tussle in the group are being focused in the local DAILY by conducting  Press Conference,  it indicates that they are very much eager to make aware the other community people about their dis-unity in the community.  It has been observed they are very less interested to make their own position in political platform. It is needless to mention that after a decade i.e., after Late Nanda Kishore Singha and Late Pulakeshi Sinha in the year 2006,  Mr. Kartik Sena Singha got elected in the Assam Assembly,  but it is matter of  great regret that during the last election he lost the election with a margin of  4000 votes and as per the report published in the local daily he lost the election due to non casting of vote by his own community people as he himself made rival group in the community by occupying the Chairmanship of Bishnupriya Manipuri Development Council, which has ultimately divided the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha again as it was happened in the year 1987 so. It is not at all giving a good message to the new generation people, it simply indicates that those blood is still prevailing in our bloods, hence history has been repeated.

We should change our thought, we should give up the groupism, we should try to be united, we should think of  occupying some higher position in the political platform. Let us try to recognize the good work done by any individual, let he or she be from a very poor family and not having a very good background. Let us decide our “Mission” as it is the most important thing, without any Mission an organization cannot be successful. In this regard,  we would like to mention that the most easiest thing in the world is to find fault on others and the most tough thing to find one's own fault. It is fact that a robber while go for robbery he prays to almighty so that he can make the robbery without any trouble, as per his thought he is not doing anything wrong. If he could have realize about the consequence of the robbery, he would not have gone for the same.  Similarly, our community leaders who are leading different groups and fighting among themselves are all doing the right thing as per their own assessment and are unable to realize how they are darkening the future of their own community. No one is eager to make favourable position in the political platform, they are busy to fight within the community. It is the right time to analyse their own position and get united so that they can at least  elect a  Zila Parishad Member.

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  1. The most desirable thing Mr. Sinha has published. We all very much aware of the fact that our community is so much backward whether it is by politically, economically etc. etc. So realizing the exact status of our community we should encourage a person who is trying to put a step ahead but not to discourage. My view is that we all unite ourself and push the person who is able to lead ourself otherwise we all collapsed in the hands of powerful political identity.

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