REMINDING IMPLEMENTATION OF POLITICAL REFORMS AND ELECTORAL REFORMS

DESPITE 130 CRORES INDIANS SUPPORTING AND REMINDING IMPLEMENTATION OF POLITICAL REFORMS AND ELECTORAL REFORMS REMAIN PENDING FOR LAST 30 YEARS ...

Wednesday, 10th May, 2017, a workshop was organized by Bhartiya Matdata Sangathan at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

Speaking on the occasion, former Election Commission, Shri V. S. Sampath told that despite support and acceptance by entire country without any controversy, recommendations made by the Election Commission and Law Commission are still pending for implementation for past 30 years.

Shri Rikhab C. Jain, President, BMS mentioned that ruling parties in the past had been busy in clearing controversial issue leaving beside non-controversial issues relating to Political and Electoral Reforms. He appealed to the present government to implement these recommendations and enact necessary law immediately.

It is surprising that selfish vested interests of about 500 to 700 Politicians cause withholding implementation of these important reforms.

Participants in the workshop realised and agreed that responsible citizens and media should take up these issues with the government. It is the responsibility of the media to create hype in this regard. 

It was suggested that if necessary, a special session of the parliament may be convened and bill be prepared to present in the special session.

Alternatively it was felt by Senior Journalists and media persons that in the past most of the Election reforms had been Judicialy induced. Hence judicial route to get implementation of crucial reforms should also be tried.

Besides Former Election Commissioner Shri V. S. Sampth, President BMS, Shri Rikhab C. Jain, Editor New Delhi Reporter, Ramakant Goswami, Chief Editor Delhi Press Prakashan Samuh, Paresh Nath Ji, Consultant Editor D.D. News, Vijay Kranti, Former Chief Consultant of Election commission, Dr. Kapil Kaul, Reporter U.N.I., Ravi Prakash, Senior Journalist, Push Ranjan, Chief Editor National Express, Vipin Gupta, Senior Journalist, Rajiv Ranjan Shrivastav Ji, Chief Secretary Pess Club of India, Vinay Kumar, Senior Journalist, Amlendu Updhayay, Chief Editor Hard News Magazine, Sanjay Kapur, Co-Editor Organiser, Pramod Saini, Chief Editor Apni Delhi, Rajendra Swami and General Secretary BMS, Vimal Wadhawan were also present and participated in the deliberations. 

All participants agreed that Political Parties in India must follow policy of “Nation First, Party Next” and that Political Parties should not issue election tickets to undesirable candidates, only popular, selfless, dedicated and competent person be given election tickets.

Harmful influence of money power and muscle power should be reduced to minimum possible. It is also said that authority of Election Commisison needs to be reviewed and upgraded as may be considered appropriate.
(Press Release)

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