Political party By IITians – Bharat Punarnirman Dal (BPD)

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  1. Anoop Saha Says:

    I don’t agree that a bunch of 20 somethings, iitians or not, can be really termed as intellectuals. All other outfits launched by ex-iitians earlier have made absolutely no impact on the polls, despite hogging media limelight.

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  3. Pranav Says:

    Itz a damn good thing thats happening. I m with these guys. Let us support them and rid our country of current parasite politicians. not even one party currently ruling is good. all are motha *******

  4. Polite Indian Says:

    Anoop saha,

    You are right. The earlier outfits failed to make any impact. This one may have the same fate but I think they need support. They now need to come out with their ideas and let it before us. They can be given the benefit of doubt about being sincere, committed and honest.
    If they make the right noises I think I would support them.

    Pranav: Give them your support and spread the word and let us see how all this pans out.

    Jacob
    I do not blog very frequently so I am not sure if I will be helpful at the mutiny. But if you want to talk more about it then send me an email at politeindianblogger@yahoo.com

  5. Prakash Narain Says:

    I need help to reach Bharat Punarnirman Dal
    BPD President, Shri Ajit Shukla.

    I need his e-mail address.

    IITians need new revolutionary ideas to break the barrier to the educated Indian mind created in 1835 by understnding why and how.

    The minds not barriered wrested independence for us and the barriered minds in leaders broke India before the last Brit left our shores.

    This Dhaarmic history of the Swadeshi and a Badeshi mind is the story of Mahatma Gandhi for our understanding to break to smithreens our Badeshi mind and before that replace it with a Swadeshi mind.

    I shall be grateful for your help in reaching Shukla ji

    Prakash Narain
    CANADA
    (Born Delhi 1917)

  6. Nagendra kumar singh Says:

    I want to contact Bharat Punarnirman Dal President,shri Ajit Shukla.

    It is noble idea to get the Intelligentsiaout of slumber.

    I need the e-mail address or his contact No. for active support and participation.

    I can be contacted at nagendra_krsingh@yahoo.co.in

    Naenndra Kumar Singh
    IIT, KGP; 1977 Batch
    New Delhi

  7. Aashish Agarwal Says:

    How can I contact Bharat Punarnirman Dal for participating in their activities.

    My Email adress is:
    aashish.agarwal@yahoo.com

  8. Engineer Dheeraj Tyagi Says:

    It is begining of a great new wave of change that is likely, voters willing, to change the face of Indian politics. I am all out for the new visionaries. I am willing to volunter for anything they may want me for!!

    Brunei Darussalam

  9. b haskar Says:

    it is gr8 effort made by these guys..

    I need help to reach Bharat Punarnirman Dal
    BPD President, Shri Ajit Shukla.

    I need his e-mail address.

    doing b-tech
    jiit,noida

  10. bhaskar Says:

    hey guys its a gr8 effort made by u all..since childhood i m always fasinating about this system..
    now our country is in need of such guys who r creative and innovative….

    i need ur email id to make a effort to help this comm.

    bhaskar
    doing b-tech
    jiit,noida

  11. Polite Indian Says:

    All,

    It is heartening to see so much positive response for this initiative.
    Unfortunately I have no contact info for BPD neither email nor phone. Maybe someone living in New Delhi can provide that information.
    Bhaskar, you are in Noida. Maybe you can try getting some information and share with all of us.

    On my own I will try to get the contact info.

    It would have been good if BPD would have launched a website along with this press conference. I don’t know if this is their lack of preparation or ignorance of the power of the web. I guess they have a lot of work to do and they should use all the help they can.

  12. Suresh gangawar Says:

    Ajit Shukla of BPD can be contacted at following Number
    +919212189125

  13. vikash kumar Says:

    i want to join bpd as soon as possible,because i am also an engineer other than IITian. Therefore,i am very keen to join your party also because of,it is my area of interst.(ie fair politics.)

  14. amresh kumar Says:

    hi,
    this is AMRESH a technocrat other than an IITian.I am very crazy to know your BPD ie intersting one.I admire your steps to INDIAN politics.Therefore,i want to join your BPD as soon as possible.

  15. Kalyan Panda Says:

    Good sign. Lots of people are coming into the arena. A fine indicator for wish to do good for the country. May be seperate efforts. Initial droplets of rain may not wet the dry soil but smells the incoming inevitable
    regards
    panda

  16. jimi Says:

    i need pnone no of mr ajeet shukla of BPD very soon for coming election help.

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  18. Polite Indian Says:

    Jimi,

    Read the comments. The phone number is already there. Thank you Mr. Suresh Gangawar for providing us the info.

  19. pegasus Says:

    how many seats do they have?

  20. Polite Indian Says:

    pegasus,

    They are going to contest the elections. They have no seats as of yet.

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  22. Praveen chaudhary Says:

    I want to join Bharat Punarnirman Dal

  23. aditi Says:

    it’s a beginning, though small.
    i will definitely support them, and do u hav any info if they want to start an online search 4 members?
    cos that’s a good idea
    creating a website to do that is a great move.
    think ’bout it..

  24. Baldip Singh Kohli Says:

    Hey, I am greatly impressed with u people’s initiative.I have had similar thoughts myself but just due to lack of support from my peers , I just could not get started.And since now u people have initiated it will be hypocrite of me to not help u people in this bold new initiative.I would be very much interested to join u all people.

    Baldip
    Working Hardware Engg.

  25. ritesh mittal Says:

    hi, heartning to know of BPD.i am keen to join its activities, presently in ghaziabad,i am from IITD.LETS MARCH FORWARD TOGETHER.how can i be in its mainsream!,ready for all sorts of support, physically and else also.

  26. Piyush Says:

    Its good to know about BPD, but there should be some one who would be responding to general queries for BPD.

    I mean some PRO for BPD. Give us the contact details and if possible email id. I will help you guys to promote on web and via email in other parts of world. Piyush Sakalley

  27. Deepak Sanadhya Says:

    Its really Good sign.

    Many people are coming into the arena. A fine indicator for wish to do good for the country.

    Best of Luck.

    Deepak Sanadhya

  28. Shreejit Says:

    I agree that intially these people would be doubted. What they need is a little support from people who really don’t want our country to go to dogs. I have already created a community on Orkut. http://www.orkut.com/Community.aspx?cmm=26587936. Any one who has an orkut login can join this community and support the cause. Hope to see may of you here. Shreejit

  29. swetabh gautam Says:

    your thinking is so good but your steps are not match with your thinking.

  30. nishant Says:

    your steps in this regard are really applaudable but it doesn’t invoke in me any confidence of any change in politics. may be becoz of the method adopted by you.you may be more patient and approach it with more conviction and more strategically without making it a hurry one.

  31. Ajay Sharma Says:

    We all understand that the Present order of things is based on Manifest injustice ,therefore it must change.But the Problem is that we only “Think”.We don’t have the courage to take the initiative to bring the much desired change.
    Bharat Punarnirman Dal(BPD) is definately the right step towards it.
    Let us Stand Together.
    I must say :
    Dyar-e-jaur Me Rasta Hai Ek hi Warna,Kise Pasand Hai Ali Dil Ki Sair-e-Dar Kare.(To overcome the world of tyranny there is but one pathway,O,my Heart;otherwise who would enjoy journeying to the gallows? .)
    I can be reached at : ajaydev17@yahoo.co.in

  32. Chandan Choudhary Says:

    your thinking and dedication is definately appreciable.but why people r in hurry.if u want that your dream take the desired shape, u need to do ground work and start it from villages.make the base first,then go for elections.today nobody knows u, if your first impression becomes poor then acceptence in people will become very difficult.i wish u, all the best.

  33. Ashwini Tyagi Says:

    Hi All,

    You can browse http://bharatpunarnirman.org/ for organization details but please be informed that website is under construction and some features may not be available.

    Moving forward, Chandan is right that first we have to make our enrty in villeges because they are the one who decide the fate of a political party.

    We have to address their issues and help them out if we want to win their confidence.

    Through BPD we can build single point of contact to access resources. At ground level it can work as NGO and at higher level it run as political organization.

    Guys, we need your support during this journey.

    Regards,
    Ashwini

  34. Amit Kumar Says:

    The day “BPD” came in media, i was eagerly waiting to pen down some words…
    Would just like to know the procedure and way of becoming part of this gr8 revolution..
    Need contact no..of Ajit Shukla..
    Me MBA Grad working for BP in Patna.Also involved in politics at ground level…

    Would surely volunteer in carrying this movement ahead and grow its root stronger…

    Regards
    Amit Kumar

  35. Ashwini Tyagi Says:

    Hi Amit,

    You can contact me for BPD details. You can reach me on ashwin_doon@yahoo.com.

    Regards,
    Ashwini

  36. Polite Indian Says:

    Ashwini,

    I believe you are actively involved with BPD. Are you also involved in the website development and maintenance? I think it will be good to put all such iformation on the web.
    Also it will be good to see a section of the website dedicated to the plans that BPD has how it is going about to achieve them.

  37. Ashwini Tyagi Says:

    Hi Polite Indian, First i want to thank you for publishing this information about BPD here on this plateform. Yes I am actively involved in BPD activities. Definitely we will be publishing the information like future plans and party agenda on the website.
    We are building website development and maintanance team. Therefore we welcome people who want to help us by using their expertise in website development.

    Regards,
    Ashwini

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  39. Ashwini Tyagi Says:

    Hi All, We welcome volunteer for website development and maitenance team who ever want to join us on part time basis please contact me at ashwin_doon@yahoo.com.

  40. Raam Says:

    I wants to take this opportunity to help our country,i thought to Introduce in southern states my friends are all happy to join this party please give the contact details of this party

  41. Polite Indian Says:

    Raam,

    You can find some information if you read the comments. Ashwini Tyagi is someone who is very active with BPD. Maybe you should send him an email.

    For more information look here

  42. purnmasi singh Says:

    its great to hear that some IITian turns to be politician…..i am really excited to support our party(BPD), i hope you people will get full support from technocrate and others….i am interested to support in Gorakhpur region….

    P.Singh,
    IIT Kharagpur
    Meta-2001

  43. Polite Indian Says:

    If you are interested in supporting BPD. Please leave your contact Info and someone might get back to you.

  44. Ashwini Tyagi Says:

    Hi Raam,

    Thanks for the support.Please contact me on my yahoo id given in earlier posts.

    Regards,
    Ashwini

  45. Rajesh Sudarsan Says:

    I agree that this is a good initiative by these people. But last year lok paritran started with the same fanfare..and even before the elected got over they were fighting over the presidency of the party…Just like any other political party in India..and got separated on caste issues..How different are these people. I don’t intend to demoralize this outfit, but I am sure this is the most common question among most of the Indians.

  46. Sandeep Shilawat Says:

    Party by IITians. Interesting concept. Well lets see… There was time 90% of the population of IITians was leaving India for better future. I myself have studied in IIT. I can tell you one thing about them. They PARTY really hard. Was always impressed by their brain activity, hardly impressed by their morals. Important thing about being in social service is not the active brain but the sesitive heart. High standards of principals and commitmment to the cause.

    Call me cynistic but how many times have we heard that some of the intellects have come togather and tried to form a political front… And how many times they have ended up in fighting between them.

    Start of every political movement is usually a common cause. The movement has to come from common man.

    This movement will get lot of attention because its started by brainy people of the society. Its assumed that they will be better than rest of the lot. How good this assumption is only time will tell…

    I make my choices by looking at the motive not the people and I will advise the same.

    For now my advise is don’t get your hopes too high !!! But I will also add… If they are really trying to do something nice… GIVE THEM A CHANCE !!!

  47. Polite Indian Says:

    Thanks for the link, Sandeep. I had seen that before.

  48. Ashwini Tyagi Says:

    Hi All,

    We welcome volunteers to work in BPD website development team on part time basis.Interested candidates can contact me on my email id given above. All team members will be spending 1-2 hours daily and consistently for next few months. We will be having a small discussion before selecting candidate for the project. We specially welcome guys working in web development. We also require two testers in the team.

    Regards,
    Ashwini

  49. L.S.SHUKLA Says:

    I AM C\E IN MERCHENT NAVY AND WANT TO JOIN U.HOW TO PROCEED WITH.

  50. L.S.SHUKLA Says:

    I AM C\E IN MERCHENT NAVY AND WANT TO JOIN U.HOW TO PROCEED WITH.I AM IMPRESSED.I AM IN MUMBAI NOW.

  51. L.S.SHUKLA Says:

    ONLY LEARNED PERSONS CAN RUN THIS COUNTRY.OTHERWISE THESE TYPE OF PERSONS WHO ARE RULING TODAY WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SITUATIONS.

  52. arun aditiya Says:

    Hello sir tis is arun aditiya from mainpuri uttar predesh
    im persuming my final year computer engineering from AIUMT CA USA .
    I would like to join ur party because if social service
    now im in noida doing a project for desining a web site for rooral india
    thanks sir

  53. pushkar_harshe Says:

    see what i observerd is only by taking iit’ns problames will not b solved if u really wants to expand u have to built up man power and for that u can have many other institutes which will give u more better people in all the terms
    the basic term is the stregth and that has to be b get updated

  54. Polite Indian Says:

    Nobody said that this party is taking only IITians. It was only started by some of them. I am sure their rank and file includes many non IITians as well.

  55. Dr Sunil Saxena Says:

    TOI front page informed me about BPD today.I wish to support it wholeheartedly and actively participate.I am doing free lance private practice of anaesthesia in Lucknow.
    I am 50 years old;MBBS ’73 batch,MD Anaesthesia from KGMC, Lucknow.My son son passed from IITK,CSE two years ago.
    I have worked/ stayed in Delhi,Middle East,USA,Bareilly – finally sttling in Lucknow.
    I initiated/ managed a socio-political movement “Jan Shakti” in Bareilly for many years(started by K J Alphons IAS and T N Sheshan ex CEC).
    In Lucknow, I am associated with IMA and UP Nursing Home Association’s monthly news bulliten.
    People also know me as the person with a plate on his car that says “Samanya Nagrik” as a response to so many others depicting positions of so called power.
    BPD can use a few rooms of my house at Lucknow as its office.We should also discuss and solidify the core issuse thro’ consensus. A meeting in Lucknow can be organised for this.
    Contact me on my e mail or mobile (09335926009).
    Thanks

  56. Dr Sunil Saxena Says:

    my mail is
    drsunilsaxena56@gmail.com

  57. Dr Manish Kumar Tulsiani Says:

    Hi, I am Dr Manish Kumar Tulsiani, Lucknow.
    Its really good that intellectuals hav decided to enter politics. We all are tired of these corrupt politicians and their non scientific approach. I want to know the contact no or the email id of Mr.Ajit shukla.
    I am seriously interested in joining this party and would be happy if i could be of some help.

  58. Dr Manish Kumar Tulsiani Says:

    Hi, I am Dr manish Kumar Tulsiani.
    Its really good that intellectuals hav deided to enter politics. We all are tired of these corrupt politicians and their non scientific approach. I want to know the contact no or the email id of Mr.Ajit shukla.
    I am seriously interested in joining this party and would be happy if i could be of some help.

    My mail is
    drmanishtulsiani@yahoo.co.in

  59. Mayank Agarwal Says:

    How can I contact Bharat Punarnirman Dal for participating in their activities.

    My Email adress is:
    mayank_ag26@yahoo.co.in

  60. Arvind Says:

    I am very glad to know that such Highly educated persons are trying to make INDIA as a VISHWA GURU.I appreciate your ideals and want to join your company.

    Regards,
    Arvind

  61. Shiv kumar pandey Says:

    I am B.com , ll. b, Fcs.Past Chairman and presently Management committee Member of Lucknow Chapter of the Institute of company secretaries of India interested to participate in the activities of BPD,

    Kindly Giude

  62. Manish Misra Says:

    I want to join BPD. I don’t think BPD have any web site. It is requested to make a web site through which people can join party online. And BPD can also make a campaign to educated people of about BPD. Moto of BPD

  63. sumant pandey Says:

    I am a journalist.I am glad to know that some enlightened persons are intrested in politics. I think the fate of india lies in you.I will extend every possible support if you require.
    With Best Wishes.

    sumant

  64. Kumar Shantanu Says:

    Hello,
    I just came to know about The Bharat Punarnirman Dal
    I am a student, doing MBA from IMT Dubai
    I want to be a part of this organization and contribute to the cause that you guys have taken up.
    Please help me.
    Sincerely yours
    Shantanu

  65. Rajbrinder Singh Says:

    I am Engineer working in UK , can I join this group as I am wish to contribute to well being of my motherland, assuming we can liberate INDIA from clutches of nasty politicians..

  66. Vakul Goel Says:

    Hi All –

    This is a great idea. I was wondering if there is a technical wing to BPD. And if there is, are they maintaining a website that talks more about BPD. Finally, if there is one, could anyone provide list that web address here.

    This website could be a great way to spread the information around.

    I found http://bharatpunarnirman.org/ on the google search but could not open it. Looks like this link is not working properly. BPD will need lots of funds to fight against the political devils. And I am sure some of us, who will not be able to take part in the action directly could provide a donation and be a part of this reform process.

    If somebody know about the website, please contcat me @ goelvakul@yahoo.com

    Jai Hind
    Vakul

  67. Chandra Says:

    Hi Folks

    I have always thought who is going to bell the cat. Now that professionals have started a political outfit, it is our duty to give them a supporting hand & help in cleansing OUR MOTHER INDIA. I am sure all of us are sick of the ageing corrupt policticians who have only one interest in life – THEM.

    Though I currently live in the USA, I am an active follower of Indian news and do not miss an opportunity to follow Indian news.

    Let me know of what assistance I can be.

    JAI HIND.. I LOVE INDIA & MERA BARATH MAHAAN….

  68. Amit Kumar Vijay Singh Says:

    Hi All,
    Today I came to know about BPD from The Times Of India.I wish to be part of this organisation.I am Packaging Technologist working in Mumbai.How can i join this Orgnisation?
    Please inform me.

  69. Rasita Says:

    I think the youth are getting ready to bring in some change. But my question to all these people are : Are they ready yet? What knowledge of Constitution or structure of the government do they have?

    The other outfit floated by IIT’ians Lok Paritran also became a wash out because youth should first study before they enter the foray. There is also another organisation called Bharat Uday Mission who are planning to contest elections in 2010. But my sincere suggestion to all is please join a course to learn about politics.The only college available now is the MIT School of Government , Pune (as of now) and learn theory and practical aspects of politics.

    Then they will get the real picture of politics. All this while people have used experience to rely on politics which is very much required. But first if you need to become an engineer you study engineering and respectively for other disciplines. So I suggest before you decide to plunge headlong into politics prepare yourself.

    http://www.mitsog.com
    We need good quality participants to enroll in the course other wise the whole purpose will be lost. Educated and sensible youth have to come forward to learn about the government before they blindly embark on the path of politics.

    Thanks.

  70. Mansi Says:

    I think this is the first step towards our NEW AND CHANGED NATION…. this is the great thought and i want to say that i m agree with this BPD……i believe that this party will be the RULER PARTY IN FUTURE INDIA…and our country will go forward in the right direction….. one more thing i want to say – if i get a chance to join this party, i’ll join,doesn’t matter what is the situation of this party right now,because BPD has a BRIGHT FUTURE….AND I M INTERESTED IN BRIGHT FUTURE OF MY COUNTRY… SO just want to say atlast “I MUST SALUTE THIS GREAT THOUGHT OF MR. AJIT SHUKLA AND ALL OTHERS……. AND ITS MY REQUEST TO ALL INDIANS THAT PLZ B WITH BPD…..BECAUSE WE CAN GET A BRIGHT FUTURE , IF OUR COUNTRY IS BRIGHT…..SO DO SOMETHING FOR OUR COUNTRY AND DO SUPPORT BPD…..

  71. ved prakash singh Says:

    yes i m agreed with this bpd. actualy i myself was also thinking to have such kind of political party which has its all members very well qualified. lots of political parties had the members who do not know how to sign how can ant person think that tese kind of people will have any vision and could lead the nations on brighter path. they even dont know what is going around them.

    i m so glad to see that my thoughts has got some practical implimentations. i also want to be member of this party

  72. Mansi Says:

    I want to join BPD,so can anyone help me out, how to join?????
    plz reply soon……m waiting……

  73. Krishan Nandan Pandey Says:

    Hi I m much Inspired with yr. vision I m MBA from Varanasi and presently i m working in a mnc company but i want to join yr. party nplz tell me how can i become yr active member.

    Thank U
    k n pandey
    9758493880

  74. A. K. Singh (Lecturer), Biotechnology Department, Brahmanand P.G. College Kanpur-208004 Says:

    Dear Ajit Shukla,
    President BPD
    I am very very happy with you n your vision.
    Is it right to leave country in the hands of hungry robbers?
    What’ll they do?
    this is our country?
    should we not serve it?
    should we only opolize them?
    we are crying they(Current Leaders) are looting our country?
    But what we do?
    nothing?
    Just simple we are cowards!
    We know only how to make a “Roti, Kapada aur Makan” by exploiting this country, but don’t know how to save it from “bhukhe bhediye” of our country.
    Do you know why there is a lack of administration?
    only we arew responsible for it?
    Now I am with You.
    any way I am a Lecturer at Department of Biotechnology, Brahmanand P.G. College Kanpur, UP.I want to join your party and I want to help you.
    Please give me your email address.
    An early response will be greatly appreciated.
    OK Bye

  75. A. K. Singh (Lecturer), Biotechnology Department, Brahmanand P.G. College Kanpur-208004 Says:

    My Mobile Number is 9936339410

  76. Ms. Garg Says:

    This is great news, I would want to meet Mr. Shukla. I hail from Uttaranchal/UP, if this party can get a substantial nubmer of seats, they could change the fate of the state. But honestly, it sounds too goot to be true at this point in time.

    Do let us know how we can help.

    Regards

  77. anoop jaiswal Says:

    hi all,

    it’s feel gr8 to see that the some where a spark has been lighted to the new era of inda….

    i an a software consulatnt, belong to lucknow but currently settled in hyd….i am interested in joining the party and helping it grow.
    we have now have enough…i really want my country to be washed of all the corrupt and foolish politicians and welcome the new dawn of intellectual leaders….

    always there to contribute in best way i can…..

    anoop
    09885200984

  78. Gopal K. Mohanty Says:

    Yeah…

    Congrats to breathtaking step taken by the IITian. Letz join all the young, educated and sincere people to join hands give a damn on those bloody blood suckers. Just give a damn on them. let us built a new “Bharat” where only the peace rules. No ‘CORRUPTION’ should be buzz word of the neonatal-BPD. Let me extend my hand you cooperate you guyz… I’m a lecturer in Biotechnology, in Orissa in an Pvt. Engg college. I got a full throttle access to all the 38 pvt engg. college of Orissa. I want to operate it from Orissa. no will or shall u MUST win.

    let me know how can i help you. my no. 09437152813 / 09892396780

  79. Niraj Dubey Says:

    I am really delighted to know about BPD and am interested in participating actively.

    Ar. Niraj Dubey
    IIT Roorkee 2003 Batch

    ICON architects,
    C-13, Indiranagar,
    Lucknow.

    Ph: +919839273663
    Mail: ar_nirajdubey@rediffmail.com

  80. Preeti Tiwari Says:

    I hereby express my willingness to join BPD, please mail me details and contacts if any at Lucknow.

    Preeti Tiwari
    IIT Roorkee 2003 Batch

    RITES Ltd.
    Lekhraj Complex,
    Indiranagar,
    Lucknow.

  81. SAURABH SAWANT Says:

    I want to join BPD, please mail me details and contacts if any at Lucknow.

  82. SAURABH SAWANT Says:

    Dear friends,
    The time has come. Someone has started what We were thinking since long.It’s a good sign and we should come together for our country.Please join hands for this noble cause.

  83. Anil Says:

    I was very happy after listning that atlast a party with “SCHOLARS” who can make our country proud.

    i want to join with BPD, please let me know how i can.

    Anil
    9985811686

  84. manoj upadhyay Says:

    This is the great idea this can change and save the future of our country which is in the hands of the corrupt and criminal politician because even if they are not criminals but they are making small gundas to mafias. I am intereted in joining this party . My e-mail is manojup29@rediffmail.com

  85. Chandni Agarwal Says:

    Hi–

    This is a great effort and I am proud of you people. Our country needs this kind of action now. Its the rite time and the rite effort. I am also an engineer and compltely support our brave IITians.

    Please let me know if we can help you somehow.

    Chandni Agarwal
    Patent Engineer
    Motorola India.

  86. Dr Sanjay Gupta Says:

    Sir

    I have initiated a campaign to go ahead and get in touch all the people in UP whom I can talk to and impress, or alteast make an attempt to impress. The intentions is to make people aware of BPD and request them to vote this party to some kind of political power.

    I have intentions to travel to Jhansi or other areas of UP and talk to the Doctors on 1 to 1 basis ant try and gather support for BPD.

    I am writing to the MD of the pharma companies to get request them to create awareness of the party in their domain.

    Dr Sanjay Gupta
    MS
    Surgeon
    Indore

    9827021615

  87. VINOD JOSHI Says:

    I WANT TO BECOME A PART OF YOUR MISSION IF IT HAS A CLEAR CUT GOAL & PLAN.PLS. SEND DETAILS.IT IS NOT FAIR TO ESTABLISH A GROUP REPRESENTING A SPECIAL TECHNOCRATES CLASS, IF U R FORMING A POLITICAL PARTY IN DEMOCRACY WHERE JANMAT IS REQUIRED.YOUR VISION SHOULD BE CLEAR & SHOULD BE KNOWN TO ALL MEMBERS SO THAT THEY CAN SUPPORT U VOLYENTARILY AND CAN PURSUE OTHER PEOPLE TO GET JANMAT.IN DEMOCRACY U REQUIRE A JANMAT WITH STRONG POWERFULL APPEAL. PRESENTLY YOUR WELL EDUCATED PROFESSIONLS GROUP IS NOT SOUNDING SO IN MEDIA.

  88. deepak Says:

    Sir,
    Firstly i want to congratulate you for this great and needy start we all need in INDIA.I came to know about this party and contending in coming Elections in U.P.
    Actually I have read in the above mentioned that you basically work or are in linked with the educational institute.So i want to join your party and also that you see if there is some hope you can get from our college so that we can help you people in any way.
    Actually here in my college me and my 3-4 friends,may be having the same views you have,formed group here of about 15 to 30 students who are joined through net and discuss about the cause and remedies(in their views) on corruption(i know there are lots of more topics to discuss) and promoting others to not be a slightest part of corruption in any way.

    So i will be grateful to you,if you please allow me to join your mission.Please inform me that how can i be part of this great mission.

    Deepak Kumar verma
    I.E.T. Lucknow

  89. kingshuk chakraborty Says:

    dear mr shukla,

    great that you have taken the initiative and i believe it’s an honest one…

    i always believe that to win a battle you have to be in the battlefield… change the system you can only being in the system. And I would like to contribute towards the cause.

    As an Indian I believe we have lost a lot of time and we cannot afford to lose any more. It’s time that we should be taking charge and act.

    My basic concern area is providing infrastructure for quality education to rural mass and economic development of north eastern states for eradication of terrorism.

    let’s rebuild Bharat…

    Regards

    Kingshuk Chakraborty
    Risk Engineer
    Bajaj Allianz

  90. N.P.Singh Says:

    meri koshish hai mai BPD ke baare mai logo ko jyada se jyada jagruk kar sakoon.

    Greater Noida
    PH: 09313292896

  91. Rajkumar Bhawani Says:

    Dear Mr. Shukla,

    As soon as I came to know about your mission of cleaning our political system I have become one of your admirer. Congratulations.
    I am a commerce and a Law graduate with Senior Cambridge. After having served a reputed export house for approximately 20 yrs..in various senior administrative capacities I resigned to look after my parental business at Agra(after the sad demise of my father). I wish to be a part of your mission. If I can be of any help it will be a great privelege for me.

    With Regards & best wishes for your organisation:
    Rajkumar Bhawani.
    (09897900230).

  92. Suvasish Das Says:

    I am an Engineer from utkal university (orissa)2006 batch
    How can I contact Bharat Punarnirman Dal for participating in their activities.

    My Email adress is:
    suvasish123@yahoo.co.in

  93. Dr Sunil Saxena Says:

    Proposed Election manifesto of
    Bharat Punarnirman Dal
    Making a New Republic
    Constitutional and Electoral Reforms
    1. Nation-wide, televised/ aired, debates on the feasibility of Presidential form of Government for India.
    2. Nominees for Cabinet, Ministers, and other key posts to face an Appointment Committee of Parliament, comprising thirty or forty members representing all parties; to be televised and open to public; which should go through their criminal, financial, and private lives in detail, before they are confirmed.
    3. Donations to political parties to be made tax free and via cheque.
    4. Annual audit of the financial accounts of all national and regional parties.
    5. Institution of public hearings of all the MLAs, and MPs every three to six months in the constituency to review their performance.
    6. Any pending Criminal cases of serious nature to automatically disqualify a candidate for elections.
    Judicial Reforms
    1. Speedy justice, based on clearly defined, objective laws can be delivered only if massive reforms- in the judicial appointment process, transfer of judges, autonomy, computerization, clearing of backlog through special powers- are implemented. The average person would benefit the most through these.
    Reducing the Fat
    2. The role of state is to be limited only in areas where national safety and security is unquestionable: defense and the military, the police, atomic energy and space, foreign affairs, currency etc. But in many other areas, the government has no business to be in business.
    3. Begin by doing away with at least half of the existing posts in the senior, middle, and junior levels. Get the government out of the lives of ordinary people.
    4. Bar caste based reservations with immediate effect. Assistance, based purely on economic basis, to be provided once during education and career, limited to next ten years, should come into place. This should be written into the constitution.
    5. Privatization of the rest of the activities to be taken at massive scale to reduce national waste, and curb corruption. Power, Railways, Highways, Transport, Irrigation, Agriculture, Primary Health, Education- all these need to taken away from the inefficient clutches of the government.
    6. The state must withdraw from its all- pervasive control and overwhelming role in the field of education. Instead give tax incentives for opening up educational institutions, and very soon there would be no need of reservations. Government should get out of the business of running schools, universities, and major educational institutions
    7. Similarly; by focusing mainly on issues like clean drinking water, sanitation, sewage and disaster situations; the rest of the medical care can be left for voluntary and private sectors. Instituting a subsidized medical insurance program at the national level can provide medical care to everyone.
    8. The time has come to put an end to deficit financing and insist that governments, whether state or central, balance their budget as responsibly as you and I do it for our home.
    9. Put an end to Income tax. Instead have an expenditure tax, which would encourage savings.
    Police reforms
    1. Massive reforms are needed, along with a massive dose of modernization. Suggestions of earlier commissions lie without consideration. There is an urgent need for police to be protected from political structure. At the same time brutality in police lock-ups, the third degree, the ‘encounters’ need to be replaced by modern interrogation techniques under camera.
    Common Civil code and Religion
    2. Tolerance is the willingness to live and let live. No one needs loudspeakers to reach his God. This applies both to ‘jagaran’ and ‘ajaan.’ Let us have laws and rules to make use of religion and caste in elections a heinous offence which will invite disqualification. State must not fund minority, or majority, religious institutions. A common civil code applicable to ALL citizens of India has to come in force in due time.
    The election commission has done a commendable job in attempting to organize largely clean elections.
    Now, let us fulfill our obligations by putting up candidates of elections who have integrity and courage.

  94. Dr Sunil Saxena Says:

    HI
    ANYONE FROM LUCKNOW CAN CONTACT ME AT 09335926009 AS A MEETING WILL SOON BE HELD IN LUCKNOW
    DRSUNILSAXENA56@GMAIL.COM

  95. Polite Indian Says:

    Dear Dr Sunil Saxena,

    Has this election manifesto been discussed within the party and are the key members of the party aware of this? Are these just your thoughts or Is the party seriously thinking on these lines? If you don’t mind can you elaborate on your role in the party?

  96. Vinaya Says:

    Since you are the well wishers of India, it would be worthwhile if you could go through the paper published at site: vinay1340.wordpress.com on “How to transform Uttar Pradesh (UP) into Uttam Pradesh (Best State)”. Its consideration, either partly or wholly, would definitely help transforming state into developed one.Your comments are most welcome.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  97. Sandeep Shilawat Says:

    I just read this line in the “manifesto”
    >>>>>> 9. Put an end to Income tax. Instead have an expenditure tax, which would encourage savings.

    Are you sure? Meaning… no really, are you really serious about what is written?

  98. Sandeep Shilawat Says:

    Is being educated is a basic requirement to become member of this party?

  99. Vinaya Says:

    It’s worthwhile, if BPD and general audiences consider this:

    The faultless democratic system is a system where public doesn’t like any one ruling them. The public forms government for not to rule but to take care of state or country. So, the whole public in all is ruler but not the individuals. In past, British ruled India by appointing officers at the different levels. Those officers were basically involved in monitoring the public and ruling them. They were not for the helping or serving the public. They were treating the general public inhumanly and came up with relation called master and servant. Those officers wanted themselves to be treated as the master (malik) by the general public and were trained to look on general public as servant (gulam) with disrespect. They preferred to be called by the words like Your Excellency, Sir, Hakim, Your Majesty, Reverend, Your Honor, Me Lord, Mahamaheem, Honorable etc. The same concept still carries. Most of the ministers and bureaucrats have in mind that they are rulers and respectable. They don’t think they are public servants and they are there to serve the people. They think they are Very Important Person (VIP) and they should be respected.

    In a true democratic system, there is no place for such thinking. The author read in a popular Hindi news paper that one of the chief ministers of a state was behaving like a God. He was asking few people gathered around him on some occasion to beg for whatever they need and he will fulfill their wish. Such kind of mentality is dangerous to democracy. It should be opposite. A minister should think as he/she is servant of public and rather than he/she being a VIP, the general public is VIP. If they don’t think like that, public should not allow them to reach that level. This is absolutely in hand of the public and that is what called democracy, where a state is ruled by the public. In democratic system, a government is formed by the public for the service of the public.

    The public service commission (Lok Seva Ayog) is established by government to provide efficient and capable public servants (Lok Sevaks) to serve the people but most of us want to join that because of not serving the people but to get power to rule the public. Therefore there is craze to become Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer, Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, minister etc. If we really imagine we have to work as servant of public and not as VIP, only those of us can opt for this job whose real aim is to serve the public. The author is not sure how many of ministers, governors and bureaucrats (let’s call them as lok-sevaks in future references) think themselves that they are servants of public and they should use words like Your Excellency, Me Lord, Your Honor, Sir, Hakim, Your Majesty, Reverend, Mahamaheem, Honorable etc for general public rather than expecting the same for themselves.

    It is a big responsibility of public to only elect those representatives who can really serve them. It is in their hand and they have power to do so by having an invaluable vote. If we appoint a domestic help or an employee in privately owned enterprise, we screen and check whether he/she is efficient from each and every angle. So, why can’t we do this in electing the representatives? If we elect right representative, he/she automatically would appoint a right officer in government organization. The author read in a news paper that IAS association doesn’t want an IAS officer to be summoned by Information Commission (Suchana Ayog), solely because it could hurt his/her ego. That is a quality of faulted democracy. This is what happening in our state. Our officers’ mentality is of get treated like a master (Malik) and not as a servant, and we need a will to change this mentality. This can be only achieved by public and political parties who have a will to change the system for the welfare of the public to make India truly democratic.
    ….to be continued

  100. Veena Says:

    This sounds really energisitc… Atlast!

  101. Vinaya Says:

    Continuation of March 12, 2007:

    Easy accessibility of a Lok Sevak is also very important for the healthy democracy. The author was reported that villagers make many trips to Tahsil or district head quarter to meet an officer to get their work done. This is basically because sometimes officers are busy in meeting or on leave or even absent without notice. This costs a villager a lot. There are many people in village who leave on daily income and if they loose that in making round for an officer to meet, you can imagine what would be their feeling. Only a person who has this experience can only realize. To avoid this, accessibility of an officer should be made certain. It must be ensured that there is always a customer service representative at each and every office controlled by government to hear the grievances of a customer and act on that. Also, this is the age of telecommuting. It should be made sure that an officer, minister, governor or elected public representative is easily accessible by e-mail, fax or telephone. He should make sure that each and very phone call is answered or each and every e-mail or fax is responded well. If a lok-sevak is too busy, his/her public relation representative should manage the telecommuting messages and should make sure for an appointment by telecommunication.

    A lok Sevak should never think he/she is not there to take a call of public or serve the public. Most of the lok sevaks think this way and that is not good for UP. If a lok-sevak thinks like that, he/she is not fit for the job or office and he/she should quit. There are a lot of there in queue to pick up his/her job. In several such cases the author has observed that even public relation officers or secretaries in the offices of lok sevaks are trained to deny the accessibility of lok sevaks. They make excuses like lok sevak is in bathroom or eating or in a meeting or resting or sleeping or so on so forth. This is very dangerous for a democratic state and such an act must be avoided. If a lok sevak is available, he/she should be made accessible by his/her supporting officials to general public. Supporting staff should help in providing the accessibility rather than denying it. This could be achieved by political will and by casting intelligently the valuable vote.

    The first and foremost duty of a lok-sevak must be to provide quality services to his/her customers. It should be ensured that public get due respect and their complaints or requests are addressed properly and sorted out in specified time period responsibly. If a person’s request takes longer than specified time to resolve, he/she should be communicated time to time in a proper manner so that he/she couldn’t run around the officials and waste money and time. His/her records must be maintained and should be easily available, if he/she needs status on his/her request. Author remembers an instance here. One villager of UP had applied for handicapped benefit to respective office of her district head quarter. She didn’t receive any correspondence on her application in six months. She again visited to the office and asked about the status of her application. The office clerk said there was no such application, write and submit new one. That poor villager didn’t have any option but to file again. This story ran many years and still she is in the hope that she might get her benefit due one day or some day an angel will come to her help and solve her problem. If she would have paid money to corrupt officials, her case could have been resolved, but she didn’t do so. If we evolve a system where each and every complaint is taken care of in a pre-defined manner, we may be able to provide efficient quality service to public. If even an individual complaints against an officer for his/her wrongful deeds, the system should investigate against the officer and take action without fail and should communicate to individual about the action.

    ….to be continued

  102. Vinaya Says:

    Continuation of March 14, 2007:

    Author also analyzed that there are lot of opportunities where we can make reduce the government costs. Bureaucrats, ministers and elected representatives are given with lot of perks and facilities. Are these really required? Why they aren’t equal to other employees. Don’t they get salary for their work? The UP government should think in this direction. It should just provide the salary and remuneration as per their work and cut the all other facilities. For example, we see that a District Magistrate (DM) is provided with body guards, big bungalow, drivers, cars, secretaries, public relation officers, clerks, peons, cooks, gardeners etc apart from many other facilities. This is really a luxurious life that seems as has filtered from British rule. Is there any need to provide all these facilities? Author thinks no. Government should just provide the allowances for car, house and other as part of salary. Office set-up with a helper is sufficient for him/her to work. DM’s bungalow may be used for developing the Indira Awas-Vikas (Home for poor) or any other plan. It does work in other developed country, then why not in India. People drive their car themselves and hire domestic help on their own expenses. If this could be applied from top to bottom in each and every government institution, there could be a great saving for government and may make realize a lok-sevak to serve without developing egoistic culture. Also, government must ensure that government employee at any level of hierarchy should never use government expenses for his/her personal affair. For example, if chief minister attends a marriage party of his/her friend or relative, he/she should make sure that he/she does it on his/her own expenses. Also, at that time he/she should be given treatment as a general public and not a single government official should go to receive him anywhere.

    Educated public is very much important for healthy democracy. The government should aim for 100% literacy. Public should be educated to know their rights and must be communicated that the lok-sevaks are not their bosses but servers. In one of instances reported to the author, a villager requested to his Member of Parliament (MP) of his constituency to visit and see the apathetic conditions of the villagers and help to provide road, water, drainage etc to improve the living standards of the villagers. Do you know what the response of the MP was? His response was that he was not the villager’s servant and he was not there to repair drainage system of the villager’s house. He was there to look for the welfare of the country. If an MP or Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) has this kind of mentality and thinks him/her as VIP on that position, public must not vote him/her to make him/her reach at that position. But, the sad thing is that, it is not happening. UP really need honest and service oriented lok-sevaks rather than rulers or VIPs. If a public representative can understand this, he/she will be happy in being in opposition rather than forming the government by any means (hook or crook). This phenomenon basically results in general public/opposition as boss and not the government/lok-sevaks.

    In one of the author’s encounters with a resident of his district Ballia in UP, India, he found that resident was unhappy with the DM of Ballia. This was because DM wasn’t handling his complaint properly. He reported that DM treated him in-humanly and shouted on him because he pointed out the DM’s mistakes and faults. The DM took it heartily since his ego was hurt and didn’t solve the problem. This should not happen in democratic state. A citizen has right in a democratic state to argue and correct the government official for his/her mistakes. A citizen is eligible to check the accountability of DM and not only MLAs, MPs or DM’s bosses. Rather than inhumanly treating the general public, the DM should correct himself/herself and apologize, if he/she is wrong. Author’s district-man explained beautifully that in a democratic structure, he is one of the bosses of DM, Chief Minister (CM) or even Governor and has right to direct and govern them. Author asked him how? He described as DM bends to CM, ministers or politicians because they are DM’s boss. Also, politicians help in appointing the governors. CM, ministers, politicians and public representatives bend to general public for getting the votes. Since he is part of a general public, thus is indirectly the boss of DM. The author was stumped by the analogy given by his district man. But does this really work in UP or will work in UP, is a million rupees question. Do politicians and bureaucrats allow the democracy to work like this in UP? This would be an ideal democracy which we would like to see happen one day in UP. We listen in political rallies where politicians regarding public as their god and say they are there to serve them, but this could be only a gimmick, or trick and tactic to please the public and rule them. In real life, they don’t think so.
    …..to be continued

  103. Senthil Durairaj Says:

    Youth from Tamlnadu have supported LP in past and we are hearing that LP is splitted into few groups due to some unidentified reasons.We welcome formation of Patriotic Party BPD , We are very eager to know about the reasons for the split.

    Different sources are telling different reasons .
    We would like to hear from the leadership of BPD and LP .

  104. Senthil Durairaj Says:

    People are confused and credibilty of Youth Parties are at stake.Please clarify the situation because it making a mess.
    People want to know the truth otherwise this ” Youth Movement ” will die.
    We are getting e-mails to support BPD , at the same time some members are telling us to continue our support to LP ??

    We are confused ?? What is this ? Who is who ? and what are the aims ?

  105. hemanta behera Says:

    no common people knows what is democracy.i m from a backward district of orissa. and i think i know what public election means.for the first time i voted recently in panchayat elections.but everywhere i saw the votes being sold.i m an engineering student now in 3rd sem.i want to change this system.i want to see a fare democracy.and i support you.

  106. Vinit Malik Says:

    Hi,
    How can i contact with bpd.
    I am a software professional working in noida. I want to be a part of it in noida or in meerut.

  107. Vinaya Says:

    Continuation of March 16, 2007:

    Corruption is one of the biggest problems in UP that don’t make development visible. It has become part of life of every UPaite. They think this is necessary for the progress. Takers think this is very much important to live life king size and givers think this is must to get their work done. This way even an illegal work becomes legal. Each and every person of government department knows that but nothing works in controlling this. Author’s research shows the situation is so worse that if a person doesn’t have a job where he/she can’t get any bribe, his/her job would be no longer respectable. People have forgotten the phrase, “honesty is the best policy”. Everyone needs money to live beautiful life but this is not the way to get that. This impacts the development and also involves the exploitation of the needy people. Students of Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur complained to the President of India about the corruption in getting a passport, which has so rooted in the police department that even it doesn’t spare the students too, who are the future of our state and country. It is untrue that this is unknown to the police officers but they don’t want to stop because their one of the source of incomes may be snatched away. There are several plans government offers to the villagers but are they really implemented with 100% going out to them? Also, there are government programs like Kanya Dhan Yojana, Indira Awas Vikas Yojana, Unemployment Allowances etc., but are they really effective? Author observed, no.

    Author made a comprehensive survey on these programs and his observations were that the selected candidates for any program were happy to share half the money as gift to government officials for making them into the awardees list. This is because they say it is free money and getting it without any hard work so what is wrong in sharing it. Head of Village (Gram Pradhan) collects about half the money of the benefits from each candidate and distributes it to the government officials from bottom to top in hierarchy. Officials are happy because they are getting butter (malai), apart from salary and other benefits, too. But does there anyone who truly thinks that how the hard earned money of tax payers getting looted? Government must be responsible in ensuring that each and every penny of tax payers goes to the needy and not shared among the corrupt government officials, otherwise it would be injustice to taxpayers. To ensure this, we may need effective anti-corruption system that every day monitors the day to day activities of government officials and elected representatives. Non-Government Organizations (NGO) can play a great role in this and government may need to assign budgets for this purpose. There are many government institutions that are mainly established to look into corruption cases but they aren’t yet so effective since corruption is there too. The NGO can be involved in controlling the corruption by help of their sting operations based on public complaints, and net the officials red-handed. These operations should take place every day at every level viz. Village, Block, Tehasil and District. But the rule should be not to spare any individual, if he/she is caught red-handed, on any cost. He/she should be asked to resign from the job without any mercy, even if he/she caught for taking a single penny or small amount. With the dismissal from the job and imprisonment, a penalty can also be fixed based on the seriousness of the corruption. A DM can also be fixed responsible and punished for such corruption when it’s found that the government official involved in corruption is state government employee worked under his/her district and amount involved in corruption is more than certain limit. Only transfer or suspension could not solve this problem. This may need some stern action to remove the evil of corruption from our society. Even the DMs in serious cases are just getting the transfer as punishment, but they should be dismissed from duty immediately, if they are either found involved or unable to check the corruption.
    …to be continued

  108. abhyudai srivastava Says:

    well guyz…it is really heartening to see your enthusiasm to come up as leaders and not politicians.kudos to you for that.i am a final year law student from lucknow university,and,if there is any help required in the matters pertaining to the Constitution of India or any other legal issues,i hereby,offer all help regarding that.i would also like to tell you that whole of our campus is with you guys,and,infact one of our lecturers,who is supposed to be one of the best in Constitution has also expressed his concern to help you people.if you are standing for these current assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh,then i request you to kindly let me know of your party address in Lucknow so that we can come forward to provide all such help required at the grass root level.
    ABHYUDAI SRIVASTAVA
    9839054979.

  109. shray sharma Says:

    gr8 step man, keep it up am with you people and even am joining you soon.

  110. Wisdom Seeker Says:

    Lets support them yaar…atleast we young Indians should support them…and whoever wants to contact them just key-in into the Google search “Bharat Punarnirman Dal” and you will get the complete information about this political outfit.
    Jai Hind

  111. Rohit Says:

    Good initiative indeed. Lets support them.
    I heard the similar story of IIT guys launching a political party Parivartan or Paritrans ??

    Are they the same guys ??

    We must support them fully , They are better than these BJP , Congress , Lalu , Aloo , DMK , PMK , CPI…….and all other goondas.

  112. Shiva Says:

    Educated Youth in South can join lokparitran as they have good network in South and its leadership belongs to Tamilnadu.
    In the same way Youth can join and support Bharat P. Dal in North because its founders Ajit Shukla , Manish Sharma , Omendra Singh are fron North.and in future LP and BPD can make an alliance or coalition to take a power in future.
    If they continue with their patriotism , they will also get full cooperation from Nationalist Organisations like RSS , ABVP , MNS and all others.
    Go ahead guys . IIT guys have reformed US Techworld , now its the turn of Indian Political World to be reformed by them……….

  113. Akash Says:

    Bharat Punarnirman Dal have announced that they are completely against reservations to SC , ST , BC , OBC , MBC , Dalits ……
    So its sure that they will get 100 % support from YFE ( Youth For Equality )

    Youth For Equality is Indiawide Youth Organisation of Youth who would like to oppose Reservations , They have atleast 20 lakh members so BPD can get 20 lakh members / supporters which are educated and influential , it will get a boost to the Youth Revolution by BPD.

  114. Arpita Says:

    As per the survey , India has 50 % of Youth Population and if these IIT parties targets Youth , they will grow exponentially.
    Go to Schools , Hostel , Colleges , Universities , Day Boardings , Youth Rallies , Technical Colleges , Coaching Centers…and all other places where you will find Youth.
    They are the real Yuva.

  115. Samuel Says:

    All Hindus , Muslims , Sikhs , Christians , Jains will support of there is an Honest Political Party.
    Bharat Dal should remain honest and transparent on its functioning and funds . If they gain trust of Indian Public , Money and Volunteers will flow in millions.

    Bharat Dal is real Indian Development Party.

    BD rocks.

  116. Ritu Says:

    I appreciate the initiative being taken by gr8 IITeans.
    that should have been long back,but it never late.
    we all youngsters will Support u fully BPD.

  117. Vinaya Says:

    Continuation of March 19, 2007:

    Special courts only to deal the cases of corruption could also be set-up to help finish such case with fast-pace. There may be occasions in such cases where elected representatives or lok-sevaks at top level constitutional positions may pressurize authorities to spare the corrupted individuals because of their link to them, but in doing so they may also need to be exposed and punished. The NGO can play here role also in trapping them and disclosing the telephonic conversations related with the case. Making a DM accountable for serious corruption cases at district level, may pressurize him/her to check the corruption at the district level. For a serious corruption case in district, an inquiry can be ordered after DM’s suspension and if found lapses on his/her part, he/she must be asked to resign or otherwise dismissed. Transfers or suspensions are not going to solve the corruption problem since they have become part of life of government officials, and not the punishments anymore. Also, government must make it compulsory to audit the bank accounts and properties of government servants and elected members including their family members every year to check the corruption. If their earnings found more than their sources of incomes, they must not be let go Scot free in any circumstances. Also, to develop a corruption free society, we need to ensure our new generations are honest and we may do so by initiating a process of taking oath of honesty from schooling. But after all, all these need people to unite together to vote for the right candidates and elect the dutiful representatives.

    Law and order is most important aspect of services to public of UP. In ideal scenario, a state may have an atmosphere where valet of a person is left on the road and no one steals it, or even a girl can freely move in nigh without any fear. We may think this could be a dream right now for the public of UP, but there are lot of scope to improve the law and order conditions in UP to make it a better living place. There are many investors considering investing in UP but because of poor law and order and high in corruption, they are hesitating in doing so. We hear every day about murders, kidnappings, rapes, robberies, corruptions etc and people compare rule in UP with jugle-raj (animals kingdom), but who are made accountable for all this to avoid the repetitions. We need to enforce the accountability of crime at different level in police department and if it’s not being controlled by police officers at that level, they may be recommended for a stringent action. If an official has fear of losing his/her job because of his/her corrupt practices or inability to act promptly, he/she won’t be influenced by unconstitutional pressure and will perform his/her duty honestly and dutifully. Murder of an innocent person is most heinous crime and it’s the duty of UP government to make it possible that not a single murder should take place in the state. This could be achieved by directly accounting the Superintendent of Police (SP) for a murder in the district. SP can be allocated with certain number of days to nab a murderer and put him behind the bar. If SP is not able to do so in given time period, he/she needs to be punished without fail. If there is increase in number of murder cases beyond certain limit during an SP’s tenure in a district, he/she must be shown the door and asked go home. This kind of punishment to police officials assigned for various levels of crime controls may certainly bring back the state of UP to path of normalcy and right developmental track.

    Also, the judiciary system in our state is not as optimum and efficient as it should be in a democratic state. There are lawsuits and cases pending from many years. We need to improve the functioning of judiciary system to speed-up the process and deliver the final verdicts on the pending cases in timely manner. As we know that justice delayed is justice denied, the government must ensure this not to happen. This could be done by increasing the benches and judges in a court. Also, government can make laws based on the categories of cases and assign number of days in delivering the judgment. For example, in case of a murder, maximum of a year can be assigned to a judge to deliver the verdict, whatever the circumstances could be. Verdicts delivered earlier than the assigned time period could be used as the good performance of the judges and the investigation agencies, and could be a base for rewarding them. If a verdict is delivered beyond the specified time period, associated agencies and the judges would be accountable for the delay and could be imposed punishment.
    …to be continued

  118. B Shantanu Says:

    Its been almost three months since this post and things do not great…

    I am trying hard to establish contact with these leaders…If anyone reaidng this can help, please let me know..In the meantime, read what happened when I tried to get in touch with these guys:

    http://hindudharma.wordpress.com/2007/03/24/dark-clouds-just-got-darker/

    P.S. by the way, I waited two weeks for an acknowledgement/response.

  119. Reepak Gupta Says:

    good job guys..
    i m btech from IT BHU..civil engineer..i m from lucknowi hav followed u from the beginning..very best of luck to all of you..may god bestow on you the divine power to bring change..UP in particular and india in general needs this..u will b glad to know that many top polit bureau member of CPC are engineers..hu jintao himself is a automobile engineer..if i remember right..but he is engineer for sure!so keep it up…india needs people like you..may u people be the watershade for india”s futurewill be in touch.bye

  120. Reepak Gupta Says:

    one more thing…
    i m ,as any secular nationalist,fully commited to ur ideology..which i will sum up in three Cs :caste,communalism and corruption…i see these three vices as mother of all problem,like reservation policy,slow growth,poor nation building and regionalism..while corruption is all pervasive ,in all our society..communalism divide our nation into differnt groups..and caste divdes these groups into numerous factions,which are more often working against each other..the result is in the name of democracy we are actually making ”the mockery” of this system..so being a indian citizen who cares i endorse your manifsto…it might be possibe that u ppl might face initiall hiccups(god forbade)but keeep going..keeep moving…last laugh will be definitly yours..have faith..will be in touch….bye

  121. D. K. Tiwari Says:

    Hello,
    I am ITian (BHU) and working with Govt. of U.P.. As an Govt. employee I can not join any political party but I can extend my support as voter, thinker and many other modes. I shal be happy to work for betterment of society.

  122. Ankit soni Says:

    Lage raho B.P.D
    All 3-mid ,Hall -03,IIT kanpur is with u.
    Don,t worry HUM AAPKEsaath saath hain.

    ANKIT SONI
    2ND sem
    I.I.T Kanpur

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  124. pravin dwivedi Says:

    hi i m pravin.i want to enlarge ur mission similarly as u r doing in up, i want to do in mp.my no. is 09926472010

  125. pranav srivastava Says:

    HI
    this is Pranav,
    The whole concept of BPD is great, and i want to put my share into it.
    The country is messed up with corruption and power imbalalence and its time ripe enough to do something revolutionary, it does not mean we go for a kill, or do something insane. To change the system we have to get inside the system and clean it.
    The problem lies not only in the political system but also in us, the common people.
    We readily accept to the whims and fantesies of these people.
    Once i tried to set something correct, not a big deal, making people stand in queue outside an ATM but the people were all wanting to get inside… onmy telling them to maintain proper etiquete, a well educated person said “arrey bhai yahn aisa hi chalta hai” so if ppl like them behave like this how do we expect the mass to do something rt.
    So i extend my full support to these guys who have guts to do something good..
    guys u can always trust me for anything u want in this respect..
    moreover i would also like to join this outfit..
    plz help

  126. aditya sngh Says:

    i appereciate all the person of technocrates who initiate .i m with u full of supports with many technocrates. saathi haath bahadhana.

  127. rakesh mohan chaturvedi Says:

    I would like to interview Ajit Shukla, the national president of BPD.
    I work for the Times of India as a correspondent.
    My mobile numbers are 09415114698, 09935037079. Email: rakeshmohan.chaturvedi@timesgroup.com
    This is regarding the UP elections.
    Regards,
    Rakesh Mohan Chaturvedi.

  128. L.S.SHUKLA Says:

    the persons handling this party in mumbai are very much sluggish.THEY ARE NOT GOOD FOR PARTY .THEY R ASSUMING THEMSELF AS PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA AND NOT ALLOWING NEW MEMBERS TO COME IN.MY MOBILE NO. IS 9892550280

  129. L.S.SHUKLAA Says:

    the persons handling this party in mumbai are very much sluggish.THEY ARE NOT GOOD FOR PARTY .THEY R ASSUMING THEMSELF AS PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA AND NOT ALLOWING NEW MEMBERS TO COME IN.MY MOBILE NO. IS 9892550280

  130. L.S.SHUKLAA Says:

    i want to take this party on a new high.

  131. pegasus Says:

    i think the party is no more.. 2 of the founders migrated to USA and rest have drifted away

  132. yavs rajesh Says:

    dont know how this would do.
    Lok Paritran is no where in news now.
    This Party has split from Lok Paritran.

    This shukla was once a key member of LP but now he has formed his own.

  133. niraj kumar upadhyay Says:

    i am very much empress to mottow of this party because there is no illeterate member in this party.all the member of this party are youth and qualified.we must participate in indian politics b’coz this country is ours.it’s our moral responsbility that how our country can go ahead on the way of development.i want to join this party.can you tell me how can i join this party.

    niraj upadhyay
    sarroi bhadohi
    u.p. india

  134. Robin Narang Says:

    hi,
    i m really imreased by the effor taken by some of educated youth of india to take this society out of this cast paradigms.
    If any way i cld help being a member i will be obliged.
    three cheers for india!
    bye

  135. Dr Santosh Hemrajani Says:

    Would like to be an active member in the organisation. Pls contact ASAP. Dr Santosh(022-27820769)

  136. rathin chaudhry Says:

    what ever i say will sound like posturing however at the outset would like to record that once the declared aims & policies are understood i am prepared to devote all my spare time BPD having stated my decision i have a few suggestions.1)undertake a time bound prog to conduct conevtions at all levels of the organisaton.the initial finances will have to come thru contributions.2)the culmination of these conventions should be at the level of a national convention.3)after a period of time drop the iitians tag it sounds elitist(thats my view)appropos views expressed by Sandeep Shilawat who i have to accept as being forthright & frank.4)there an opinion expressed by a concerned member/blogger(?) about mumbai unit.an explaination should have been posted regarding the action taken/opinion of the organisation.
    more later when i hear from u.

  137. Ajay Tiwari Says:

    Lok Paritran Founder Tanmay accuses BPD Founder Ajit Shukla as Conspirator responsible for Split in LP , he also told media that founders of BPD have hacked Lok Paritrana Orkut Communities ???

    http://www.ibnlive.com/news/politics/04_2007/iitians-political-dream-goes-bust-37688.html

    New Delhi: It was a dream that was realised to bring about a “positive” change in Indian polity.

    But a group of IITians, it seems, weren’t equipped enough to carry forward the burden of expectations.

    Lok Paritran, the political party formed by a group of ex-IITians in 2005 witnessed a vertical split just ahead of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls.

    The breakaway faction is called Bharat Punarnirman Dal (BPD) and will take on Lok Paritran head on in the UP poll field.

    The LPP has said the split is unfortunate and has alleged political conspiracy. He also said BPD – formed by some ex-IIT Kanpur students – was “misguiding media and innocent party supporters.”

    The party also alleged that BPD working committee has illegitimately held the ownership of LPP’s online community on Orkut.

    However, party officials maintain the party will go and contest UP polls and is finalising candidates of Lucknow and Allahabad in next few days.

    “We will contest the elections in the fifth, sixth and seventh phases in UP despite contemptuous act of spreading rumours against the party by some former party members, who have formed BPD,” national president L P Tanmay Rajpurohit was quoted as saying.

    LPP was founded in 2005 and became a registered political party in February 2006 and enjoyed had got a tremendous response in Tamil Nadu Assembly elections.

  138. Manish Says:

    Goodnews !!

    Bharat Punarnirman Dal is getting good support in Uttar Pradesh Elections and there are good chances that they will win few seats.

    Spread the world ………….

    ” Rang de Basanti ” ” Yuvas” are in UP to change the Political Scenario this time.

    My Vote to BPD !!

  139. Vinaya Singh Says:

    Open letter to Ravi Kishore/Ajit Shukla,

    I am trying hard to pursue some reforms in UP for the benefits of the general public and have contacted many leaders of various parties for this purpose. Based on the meetings with some of them, I finally realized that most of them are there for their welfare and not for the state’s welfare. They didn’t have any interest in businesses of UP to change it, but their only interest and aim is to earn the money by any means (hook or crook). Based on the conversation of the head of the various parties, I concluded that they want to implement the policies that will suit for their aim and them to grab the power. The sad thing is that only that kind of people has charisma to pull the crowd and has influence on most of the village public in UP. I have been tired of with my efforts with these leaders. Only few are there who really care but they aren’t so influential. We desperately need crowd puller people who believe in “To Give and Not to Take” and can easily motivate the villagers. Most of the public who can decide the fate of a government live in villages and these leaders grab power because they are able to easily manipulate the villagers. Based on my research, I found that the main issue/concern which stalls the development in UP and elsewhere in India is corruption and we need a motto: “Bhrastachar Mitao, UP Bachao” (remove the corruption, save the UP).

    I came to know about your party via newspapers and various internet websites. I found it really enthusiastic and think that this is the platform for which I was looking for and where I could be of any help. I am in US for a long time but I have made up my mind to move to UP and add something in improving the conditions of underprivileged UPaites.

    I would appreciate, if you could let me know, if I could be any help for the BPD or can become a working committee member. Are there any criteria for this?

    Looking forward to hearing you soon.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  140. alok tiwari Says:

    hi buddies what is the truth behind the split between lpp& u bpd people. i want to know the truth & not oly me but the whole india want 2 know the truth.please answer bcoz faith is what, that can led u , me & india in a new zone.

  141. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

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    Independently can handle all the Work related to Know your constituency means handling your VOTER grievances /Survey work / Liasioning with the different Govt-non Govt.Bodies/Management of your office. Re-locate is not the issue for me.

    Rest of the ability can be well known when i will give you the RESULT.I am looking forward to get the growth..I am planning to have switch over to make change .Salary is the factor also .I am drawing around 20-25 k pm plus. I am a person of versatile nature. Can adopt the environment.

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  142. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

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  143. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

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  144. anand ravi Says:

    i read abt your party in todays times of india ………..i m very much pleased to see educated guys in politiccs……….i firmly believe that politicians should be well educated and work for a ccause……….. best of luck………thank you

  145. ashish Says:

    It appears to be a great effort in the interest of Indian politics as it was also waiting to get governed in the hands of some really intelligent and educated ppl.
    Can some1 plss tell me how can the students of UP contribute their efforts for this great party.

  146. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

    is anyone who can refer me or wants my services to give me break as i have leave the organisation. Viplav Communications. my mail id is peeyoush_c@rediffmail.com/09893124164. Right now at Gwalior M.P.

  147. atibhi jha Says:

    HEY I READ ABUT U GUYS IN THE NEWS PAPER AND WAS CHARMED ABUT UR WORK THAT WHEN EVERYONE IS RUNNING ABROAD U GUYS ARE JUMPIMG INTO THE DIRT OF THE COUNTRY TO CLEAR IT OFF.I AM ALSO AN ENGINEERING STUDENT OF 2ND YEAR AND I M GENIUNELY INTERESTED IN UR PARTY.GIVEN BELOW IS MY EMAIL ID I SINCERELY WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN ALL YOUR ACTIVITIES.I WOULD BE HIGHLY OBLIGED IF U ALL CONTACT ME AND THINK ME ELLIGIBLE TO BE A PART OF THIS GREAT WORK.I HAVE THE ENERGY IN ME TO DO ANYHTING FOR MY COUNTRY BUT JUST WAITING FOR THE RIGHT CHANCE.PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE GIVE ME THE OPPORTUNITY.
    MYSELF51186@YAHOO.CO.IN

  148. atibhi jha Says:

    sorry the email id was not in caps
    myself51186@yahoo.co.in

  149. kumar abhinav Says:

    sir, i want to join BPD as this is the right place and right time to do something for india. i am final year student. i read in newspaper about this party and very much interested in joing.
    it’s good to see that someone is really taking steps in reforming india. i also beleive that india should be free from various types of corruption. we youth only have potential to bring revolution once again.
    sir i will be very thankful if u take me in ur party. i will do my best.
    please reply sir…

  150. sanjay raturi Says:

    hi,
    maneesh bhaiya i am sanjay from DEHRADUN {UTTRAKHAND}HAVE ALREADY met you in LUCKNOW .
    WELL we have created this e-mailid as you told us {me,AJIT BISHT,AND PRADEEP SATI}.SO NOW PLEASE SEND THE ‘MEMBERSHIP FORM’TO US SO THAT WE CAN DO MUCH BETTER FOR OUR PARTY BY ADDING THE PEOPLE IN IT.

  151. sanjay raturi Says:

    ALL THINGS ARE GOING IN AS SAME MANNER ,WE SUPPOSED TO BE ,HERE IN UTTRANCHAL . EXCITEMENT CAN EASILY BE SEEN IN ALL AROUND . I THINK IT IS BETTER TIME TO DO AND TO INITIATE OUR GREAT JOURNEY TOWARDS OUR NATION . TIME IS GOING ON OVER, SO WHEN YOU RECEIVE THIS ALL EITHER CONTACT ME OR MAIL TO THE SAME.

  152. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

    i was waiting to get the reply of my Blog. But no one.

  153. sandeep choudhary Says:

    i want to join BPD. i am 3yr student of engineering and i love politics and we all want a party like BPD.

  154. sandeep choudhary Says:

    why BPD is not working in uttarakhand??

  155. vinaya singh Says:

    Dear peeyoush chaturvedi,

    I am not sure if representatives of BPD are watching this site or even they are interested in hiring you. It would be better, if cold visit at site: http://www.bharatpunarnirman.org, where you could find contact numbers and e-mail addresses of BPD officials. You may contact them directly. If they are interested, they will let you know, otherwise you may want to try somewhere else.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  156. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

    Vinaya ji,
    Thanks. I think u have done a very intensive research on UP.I have gone through their Site also.What u do professionally. Seems like you r associated with JOURNALISM type of Task. i wishes to meet you via mail/personally/cell. my mail id is peeyoush_c@rediffmail.com. cell 09893124164. i have received mail from BPD also.
    Waiting.

    Regards

    Peeyoush Chaturvedi

  157. Vinaya Singh Says:

    Dear peeyoush chaturvedi,

    Thanks for your kind words about me. I have responded to you via e-mail. You may also visit at my site: http://vinay1340.wordpress.com/ for more information.

    Thanks,
    Vinaya

  158. peeyoush chaturvedi Says:

    Hi Vinaya,
    I have gone through some of your papers about Reforms in UP. I had moved at the grassroots level while on my job. Founded some of the Basic problems. I hope u will be agree on that part.
    • Basic Problem :- Arises from the Village level. They don’t have the facility of Education/Job. So they move to Cities/Town for getting that. Once they move outside the village no one moves back. This is same as INTELLECTUAL PERSONS move outside INDIA for their growth but very less percentage of people COME back.
    What can be done:- We have to create opportunity for them in their own area.
    • Political Persons :- They are the WHOLESOLE INCHARGE as they think of themselves As Representatives of Citizens but that ‘s not the Reality. You can see the case of Mulayam Singh . He was simply the Teacher and now Everyone knows. I had visited SAFAI his home also. When we were doing work for his NEPHEW Dharmendra Yadav , MP from MAINPURI. His House was of CRORES.
    2nd Example from Pratap Garh. MLA HARI PRATAP from BJP refuses to help a women because from that area where she reside he not get VOTES.
    3rd Example in month of February when I was in JHANSI. One of aspiring Candidate from SP said. He had 50 lakhs Rupees for Election if he get TICKET. Else I will try from other parties. Think over it. If a person is investing 50 Lakhs on Elections. Surely , he will try to get Return with Interest.
    CASTE based Politics :- I had met with several Media Persons/Journalist/Common person where I go in UP. They all cricises about CASTE based politics. But they CAST their VOTE on that. Even our CLIENTS ask us to give CASTE BREAK UP. For getting more clear picture.
    WHAT CAN BE DONE ? Awareness among VOTERS. Secondly, Election Commission should scrutinize the APPLICANT contesting.

    I have several examples which I have stored in my memory now I am trying to make it in Writing form. You are from UP and seen all these. Beeter picture you know.

    Thanks for Replying. Keep in Touch.

    Regards.

    Peeyoush Chaturvedi

  159. saurabh modi Says:

    till what time u will survive.
    one good reasion to trust u.
    what make u do this.
    what results u r expecting.

    a garduate from rajasthan univercity.
    jaipur.

  160. dr.pankaj nagayach Says:

    khudi ko kar buland itna ki har tadbeer se pahle khuda bande se khud pooche bata teri raza kya hai.
    a work which is dreamt to be done shal be acomplished
    national youths are with u and us
    strike till u achieve it

  161. manohar Says:

    HI,
    Lok Paritran is also in the politics for the same cause. I’m from the Tamil Nadu division of Lok paritran, we are looking for people from all walks of life, who can work at grass root level and even people who can work full time. We have great plans for coming 2009 lok sabha elections and 2011 assembly elections. You can reach me at winmano@yahoo.com. You can also call me at 9884848771.

  162. peeyoush Says:

    Hello Manahor,
    I am interesed to do work like a companies do. I don’t know whether you will be able to pay the Salaries. Becoz i had touch to some MLA even MP also. They just me offered 5-10 K. U can go in Blog and found what i was doing. Then let me know your comments. I am 35 yrs getting around 20 K.

    peeyoush chaturvedi
    +91-9893124164

  163. neha Says:

    your effort of contesting elections is worth mentioning because there are few people left in the country who have the guts to take risk regarding their career by leaving fat salaries & to move for the cause of uplifment of the nation . just work hard & don’t get broken by failures, as success comes only after failures ,its the first ladder of success . youth of the nation is with you .

  164. manohar Says:

    Hi Neha,
    Thank you for the support, we also appreciate people who can contribute as a part time member.
    Because we understan that we need contribution from all walks of life.
    Please let us know your response.
    Manohar.

  165. Mahesh Patil Says:

    Mahesh Pramod Patil a National Working Committee Member from Bharat Punarnirman Dal is looking for people interested to take part in Maharashtra Politics and is looking forward also to contest elections for 2009 Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha elections. Please contact on the number below 09320009697

  166. B Shantanu Says:

    Friends,

    In the last few months, I have done intensive research on BPD, LP and others. Some of you will find these posts of interest:

    Latest Update: http://satyameva-jayate.org/2007/05/14/punarnirman-dal-lok-paritran-update/

    A post written after interviews and discussions with several members of these parties:
    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2007/04/13/bpd-bm-lp-light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel/

    and two previous posts:
    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2007/03/24/dark-clouds-just-got-darker/ and
    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2007/04/01/ray-of-hope/

    Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.

  167. Vinaya Singh Says:

    Dear members of LP and BPD,

    I appreciate for the honest efforts of these young enthusiastic and energetic guys of BPD and LP. Please keep it up. Please don’t be discouraged with latest result of UP elections, Apr-May, 2007.

    I would like to make a point here that BSP wave is not built in couple of years but this movement was running since more than 100 years and it has materialized this year. It was goal of underprivileged (Dalits) to see an underprivileged rule the country and for that reason they united this time and voted in chunk to BSP. Also, the survey shows that average voting was 40% out of which 70% were franchised by underprivileged voters, whose sole aim was not to bother about quality of government but to lodge a government ruled by an underprivileged. An average of 60% voters didn’t vote which consists of the voters with vision for quality governance. Also, few privileged ( Kshatriya, Vaisya, Brahman) and unprivileged (other backward classes) voted to BSP because of ant-incumbency factor.

    But this is not the end for BPD and LP. They should take it as a challenge and come up with more enthusiasm and energy. There is long way to go and need to mobilize the 60% of sleeping voters who didn’t vote. I am analyzing the results of UP election 2007 and initial trend shows me that this is an unexpected result because of more than 100 years of movement and not because of social engineering as most of the media elaborate. A social engineering can’t work in couple of months, just before the election. The detailed analysis will be published at site; http://vinay1340.wordpress.com. Please keep visiting at http://vinay1340.wordpress.com.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  168. Vinaya Singh Says:

    Dear All,

    A complete Analysis of Results of UP Elections –2007 by me is now available at: http://vinay1340.wordpress.com/analysis-of-results-of-up-elections-–2007/ for your reviews and comments.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  169. saurabh kumar singh Says:

    if u think that u can change india u will.i want to see my india devloopped country. because its everyone responsibilty to make india stong.

  170. manohar Says:

    HI,
    Some one has to break the ice. So I will do.
    I’m from Lok Paritran.
    For a long time I have been asking myself ” Will we not see India having good governance?”. This requires people with good character i.e people who understand right and wrong and does things without selfishness. Because what you sow is what you reap.
    I know this is not my dream alone but an entire nation, who wants to see India a developed country and leave a better place to our generations.
    But the formation of BPD from LP broke my heart. The mistake could from LP or from BPD. But if people had really put their counties interest first above their personal interest then BPD would not formed. Agian I reapeat I blame both LP and BPD. Every one knows that unity is strength and since we did not had them the british plundered us and because we later followed it we got the freedom .

    To put things simple, If you cannot solve a party’s problem how the hell you are going to solve a nations problem???? So I think people in LP and BPD they have to understand this and force their party leaders to resolve their difference for national cause and fight with unity.

    Becuase if LP and BPD fails to do this. then we will become a mockery like other parties. I believe if the members from LP and BPD force their party leaders to resolve personal differences for a national cause, then we can fight with unity.

    I have already taken a step for this from LP, is there anybody from BPD who cab oin me???

  171. manohar Says:

    Sorry the last line should say “is there anybody from BPD who can join me???”
    LP and BPD has become people parties it is our responsibility to put their personal differences behind the national interest..
    My mobile no is 9884848771. My mail address in winmano@yahoo.com.

  172. Mahesh Patil Says:

    There are no chances what so ever of BPD joining with LP. Yes but all the members who want to leave LP and join BPD are most welcomed

    Regards,
    Mahesh Pramod Patil,
    Bharat Punarnirman Dal
    http://bharatpunarnirman.org
    phone: 9320009697

  173. Vinaya Singh Says:

    Can we know what the differences were? I agree with Manohar, if two parties want to fight for the same cause, then why not under one umbrella. What is forcing to divide into two? If we are unable to sort out the differences, there is no guarantee that BPD or LP will stand unite in future. There could come more breakings. For the sake of our country, one has to recover from adamant behavior and sacrifice for the country. If two parties will approach to people with similar ideology, people may confuse and third one may get benefit of divide and rule. If both the parties have different ideologies, then no problem, go ahead with your own…

  174. Mahesh Patil Says:

    Hello Vinay,
    There were some major issues that lead to the formation of BPD. Yes almost the ideologies of both the partys are the same but LP has deviated from the ideologies.
    I think if you surf the net or search on google a bit, you will have all the answers your are looking for.

    And no need to worry about divide in votes because its BPD which is going to grow with good and working people under one roof. And there are many people from LP who will be joining BPD soon.

  175. Manohar Says:

    HI Mahesh,
    I think you are getting things wrong. If you read my earlier post slowly, I called for people from BPD and LP to try to resolve the issues between them. Look, we all want India to be a developed country and let’s not deviate from that. SO I really do not want to fight here but I wanted members from both the parties understand what went wrong and how we can prevent it from happening. It is just a common sense approach. That’s all my intention is. We will have ups an downs but we should understand it and evolve from it….

    Instead of fighting and yelling within us, we should save our energy to tactically handle corrupt politicians. As Vinay correctly said Third party should not take advantage of this.

  176. Mahesh Patil Says:

    Hi Manohar,
    The above post was address to Mr.vinaya, and not you.
    Otherwise i wouldnt have emailed you.

    But one thing is for sure BPD will never work together with LP.

  177. Vinaya Singh Says:

    Dear all,

    Good news is that government of UP has started working on recommendations for reform cited at http://vinay1340.wordpress.com/. Please see at http://vinay1340.wordpress.com/actions-taken-by-government-of-up-–-2007/
    for details.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  178. martin Says:

    hello sir im w.r.martin.im an entreprenuer.i would like to join u.im from bangalore.also would like to contribute in any possible manner to make india a better country to live in.

  179. vinaya singh Says:

    Dear Readers,

    We are looking for people like you and need to support us on our mission to “remove corruption, save India”. Just, we need you to look for the people involved in corruption and try to bring them to law. Also, you may want to spread this word to our fellow Indians to check the corruption and find ways to punish them with help of authorities.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  180. vinaya singh Says:

    Dear Readers,

    We are looking for people and need them to support us on our mission to “Bhrastachar Mitao, Bharat Bachao”. Just, we need you to watch for the people involved in corruption and try to bring them to law. Also, you may want to spread this word to our fellow Indians to check the corruption and find ways to punish them with help of authorities.

    If anyone unearths any kind of corruption anywhere in UP and bring the corrupted person to the law, the Society will reward and felicitate him/her. With that, the name of person who unearths the corruption will published at the Society’s site in golden words providing also the details of corruption case and other. The rewarded amount will vary based on the size of corruption. The reward and certificate will be mailed, if awardees couldn’t be able to attend the function solely organized for their felicitation.

    Please visit at: http://vinay1340.wordpress.com/programs-and-projects-handled-by-the-society-currently/ for more details.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinaya

  181. Ashok tyagi Says:

    Being an indian it is our duty to do something for our nation. Now a days most corroupted persons are ruling and representing our country . i appreciate this effort and willing to join u.

  182. vineet kumar Says:

    doston,
    jai hind
    thanks for support and gratitude shown by you.
    but

  183. vineet kumar Says:

    jai hind
    first of all, we will have to fight with casteism jo ki indians ke andar koot-koot ke bhara hua hai bcoz it divides the people of india. vaise bhi isi casteism ke karan britishers ne hum par 200yrs raaj kiya. If all u want 2 see india a developed country, then u will hve to fight with ur hypocrisy and double standards. lets fight with casteism which is degrading india andar hi andar se.
    inqalab zindabad

  184. peeyoush Says:

    Dear All,
    Recently I had joined an NGO working for upliftment of Artisans. Providing Free Education to 5000 students in Agra/Pillibhit/Khurja ( UP ). If there is someine who really want Indian Art to popularise please come forward. my no of delhi 9818324104. peeyoush_c@rediffmail.com. Website http://www.foundationforarts.com.

    looking forward

    piyush chaturvedi

  185. Vikas Kumar Says:

    Hello everyone,
    I just want to say few things to all the people who really want to join BPD and to take part actively in this revolution, this is fine that we are leaving our phone numbers and email-id here with replies, but if we wait for someone with BPD who will contact us and explain us all the details of BPD then, i think this is not fair, so we must contact ashwin, he gave his e-mail id in above posts and here i am also giving his id
    ashwin_doon@yahoo.com
    Plz dont feel offended of my comments, coz i think just giving our emails and contact number here , our responsibility is not completed. So guys lets fasten our seat belts and get ready for the big battle. And support this noble cause in any way.
    ” Tinka Tinka samete , aur banaye ek sunder bharat”

    JAI HIND
    Vikas Kumar
    Bhopal

  186. Peeyoush Chaturvedi Says:

    To All,
    I am agree on part of Vikas ( Bhopal ). So if v had to start a movement we should firsly unite in different cities and have at least meeting of our members. So that some activity should be started. it is of no use to write blog and saying here that WE wants to change. SOME SOLD ACTION HAD TO TAKE PLACE IN PROPER DIRECTION. I hope you all be agree on my view. if any comment bpls welcome. I am in Delhi. my contact no is +91-9818324104. or can mail me on peeyoush_c@rediffmail.com.

    Peeyoush

  187. Mahesh Patil Says:

    Mahesh Pramod Patil a National Working Committee Member from Bharat Punarnirman Dal is looking for people interested to take part in Maharashtra Politics and is looking forward also to contest elections for 2009 Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha elections. Please contact on the number below 09320009697.
    Even people from other states can call me. or email me
    mayur5000@hotmail.com


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