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Having said that, “Raanjhanaa” fame actress Swara Bhaskar,singer as she is sure he can’t recall the incident.“I’m sure he doesn’t remember this at all but I was soimpressionable and I thought the world of him He was on apedestal and I mean 16 years later it’s stuck with me Itreally scarred me emotionally” More from the world of Entertainment: The Walk to Remember star said that getting over the Grammy winner’s comment about her feet was not the hardest part of her early years in the limelight For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Brinda Karat | Published: December 5 2014 12:18 am Niranjan Jyoti knows exactly what she said She also knows what her party line is She correctly interpreted the PM’s silence when Adityanath was speaking as tacit support for what he said Related News Theprime minister was forced to break his silence on the hate speech made by his minister Niranjan Jyoti by the strong protests of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha He had to come on record against such speeches He was present in the Lok Sabha the day before when the demand for her resignation had been raised He refused to say a word The difference in his approach in the two Houses is not difficult to fathom In the Lok Sabha his party has the numbers It can steamroll everything through In the Rajya Sabha if the opposition unites as they rightly did on such a sensitive issue the prime minister is forced to respond Just as the minister’s expression of regret for whatever it was worth was forced by the outrage inside and outside Parliament so was the prime minister’s criticism of the “language used” by her It is strange that the prime minister advises “grace” in accepting her apology The national interest demands that he send a strong message by asking her to resign gracefully or otherwise If it is the prerogative of the prime minister to choose his ministers it is also his responsibility to ensure the first principle of good governance namely accountability If the prime minister’s statement was not taken at face value and the Rajya Sabha did not function even after his statement it is also because hate speech is not an aberration or an exception It was made in the context of the campaign by Niranjan Jyoti’s party for the Delhi elections In the last two months the capital has seen the flaring up of two communal incidents in Trilokpuri and Bawana In both cases the involvement of BJP leaders has been reported In the run up to the Lok Sabha elections in UP similar tactics of creating communal polarisation were successfully utilised by the BJP following the “riots for votes” mantra At that time it was Amit Shah who led the campaign The Election Commission had banned him from addressing rallies in UP during the elections after he made a series of highly provocative speeches which further intensified as they were designed to the polarisation that had reportedly been engineered under his guidance in Muzaffarnagar The ban was lifted only after he gave a written undertaking that he would not use “abusive or derogatory language” What happened to him He was promoted as BJP president After he became chief did he warn his party against committing the same crime he was banned for On the contrary as president he deputed five-term BJP MP Adityanath as chief campaigner in the UP by-elections Adityanath with his known history of making inflammatory speeches against Muslims was not sent there to preach universal brotherhood He did what he was sent there to do by Shah He made a series of communal speeches that bring shame to any democratic country The Election Commission reprimanded and cautioned him It asked the UP government to proceed against him under the relevant sections of the IPC Yet it was precisely this MP who was chosen as the first BJP speaker in the Lok Sabha debate on communalism in the last session of Parliament There too he made highly provocative statements on the floor of the House He was loudly applauded by his BJP colleagues The prime minister did not say a word The prime minister chooses his ministerial colleagues He has included men like Sanjeev Baliyan riot accused from Muzaffarnagar and Giriraj Singh charged with crimes under Section 153A in his ministry In fact Giriraj Singh had also been banned by the Election Commission from campaigning in Bihar and Jharkhand after his provocative statements The same Section 153A also applies to Niranjan Jyoti The relevant portion states that any advocacy “that promotes or attempts to promote on grounds of religion… disharmony or feelings of enmity hatred or ill-will between different religious [groups]” will invite punishment of up to three years imprisonment or fine or both Venkaiah Naidu the minister for parliamentary affairs called Niranjan Jyoti a “village woman” implying that she couldn’t understand the niceties of language Apart from being highly insulting to “village women” he has read his colleague absolutely incorrectly She knows exactly what she said She also knows what her party line is She correctly interpreted the prime minister’s silence when Adityanath was speaking as tacit support for what he said She cannot be faulted if she read the promotion of chargesheeted ministers as a reward for their efforts at communal polarisation She knows who her party president is She knows what he wants and she delivered that in her speech in the Delhi campaign Hate speech is a weapon to ridicule to humiliate to terrorise and to polarise Yet the laws against it are weak and ineffectual The enforcement of the legal framework is so weak that in spite of so many examples of communally charged speeches in election after election there has not been a single case in India where a candidate has been disqualified for making a hate speech In fact candidates should be held responsible even when their supporters make hate speeches — such as those made by Niranjan Jyoti The only time a leader felt the heat was when the late Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray was debarred from exercising his franchise after the Supreme Court in 1999 upheld the indictment made against him for hate speeches During the term of the UPA government there was a draft legislation before Parliament against communal violence which included an important clause against hate speech But it was iced because the then government was too arrogant to engage in a dialogue on the legitimate objections raised about some other clauses by several state governments Yet India desperately needs such a law In March this year in response to a petition filed by the Pravasi Bhalai Sangathan against hate speech the Supreme Court directed the Law Commission to draft guidelines to define such infractions The Law Commission should make its report public The bill against communal violence should be brought back on the agenda of Parliament Niranjan Jyoti should be removed from the ministry The RSS pracharak in the prime minister should not overshadow his duty to uphold the Constitution of India The writer is a memberof the CPM politburoand patron AIDWA [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 18 2017 12:31 am Vivo’s contract ended with conclusion of this year’s IPL (Source: IPL) Top News The Board of Control for Cricket in India announced that it will release the Invitation to Tender for IPL media rights on July 21 According to PTI BCCI announced that the last date for submission of the tenders will be August 28 The media rights on offer will be for a five-year period like it has been the case when the title and event rights had gone to Vivo and IMF respectively “The IPL Governing Council at its meeting held on July 11 2017 evaluated the IPL Media Rights ITT and reconfirmed that the existing BCCI tender process is the best approach both in terms of absolute transparency and a free and fair price discovery for the IPL Media Rights” said BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary in a statement “The entities that had purchased the tender documents of the IPL Media Rights which was earlier scheduled to be held on October 25 2016 will be provided the tender documents of present IPL Media Rights on its release without any additional cost/charges” It is further reported that the last date for seeking clarification on the ITT for media rights is August 5 and the last date for purchasing the tender document is August 28 It was announced earlier in the year that the media rights tender period for the cash-rich league has been brought down to five years in place of the initial 10 Vivo also retained their title and event sponsorship for the years between 2018 and 2022 Rs 2199 crore For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsChandigarh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Fridayhit out at Congress over deadlock in Parliament saying 40 MPs are "conspiring" to hamper the country’s development against the wishes of 400 MPs which is an "insult" to democracy In a hard-hitting speech at a public meeting he said he decided to share his feelings before the public because ‘jan sabha’ (public assembly) is above Lok Sabha where the government’s voice was being "throttled" despite being given a massive mandate by the people PM Narendra Modi PTI Time has come to spread awareness about democracy in the country and for the people to pressurise their representatives to do their work in Parliament by asking questions and debating issues and letting the Houses function he said after inaugurating a slew of projects The people will not forgive such opposition parties Modi said "Beyond Lok Sabha is ‘jan sabha’ and that is why I am expressing my views here Some people (opposition) are doing this just for their arrogance There can be nothing more unfortunate than this The people will not forgive these parties for their conduct in Parliament" he said "40 MPs are conspiring to block development of the country against the wishes of the 400 MPs" the Prime Minister said attacking Congress Noting that the region sends large number of people to the armed forces he said his government delivered on its promise of implementing one-rank one-pension (OROP) The Prime Minister said no previous government paid adequate attention to the enormity of the exercise and attacked the previous UPA dispensation saying if it had thought about it then it would not allotted only Rs 500 crore The armed forces veterans should thank the poor people of the country for implementing OROP which entails a whopping Rs 10000 crore expenditure per annum he said Addressing the rally Modi said "The previous government never knew what is OROP its responsibilities and what steps needed to be taken (to implement it) and no government thought about it Had the previous government considered it they would not have only earmarked Rs 500 crore" He said "We also thought that perhaps the expenditure on OROP will be a bit more than Rs 500 crore But when we calculated the whole scheme its expenditure reached Rs 10000 crore This amount is not small But it is also not bigger than the sacrifice made by our jawans" The Prime Minister said "Do not give credit to our government nor Narendra Modi (for implementation of OROP) I ask the jawans they should thank poor people and common man of the country" He also said "Even now I am seeing some people have not left their plans to hold protest on this issue They thought that this issue was so complicated that they would be able to exploit the issue for next 5 years" PTI New Delhi:The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday rejected a plea against the ban on sale of firecrackers in the capital saying the Supreme Court’s order banning the sale till 31 October was the "law of the land" Representational image AFP A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar rejected the plea to reopen firecracker shops and release the licences to sell to shopkeepers "The Supreme Court has already passed an order on the issue and that is the law of the land" the bench said The Supreme Court had on 13 October banned the sale of firecrackers in the national capital till 31 October while dismissing traders’ plea for permission to sell crackers for at least a day or two before Diwali on 19 October The plea before the NGT filed by Ojaswi Party claimed that "the prohibition on purchasing and selling firecrackers in the capital is an attack on our religious tradition" "The fireworks shops have been closed even after the negligible pollution in the firecrackers.the police and the government have attacked the Hindu religion by shutting fireworks shops on Diwali" the plea claimed It had also sought dissemination of government advertisements and campaigns against firecrackers7×66.

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