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October 2017

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Wasn’t even a sarpanch when I was made CM: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Bhopal: In a candid admission on the eve of the visit of the national president Amit Shah Wednesday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan told TOI that he was ready to fulfill any responsibility given by his party, remembering the BJP high command had made head of government Despite knowing that he had no administrative experience.

In an exclusive interview with TOI, he said: “Mein BHI kabhi nahin a raha sarpanch (I have never been a sarpanch) I never thought I would become a head of government one day I was .. suddenly questioned at the board meeting Parliamentary one day to take responsibility.It raised a lot of eyebrows.But once I arrived, there was no turning back.

Chouhan, who is the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh longer said that his only goal was to improve the lives of others. “After becoming the prime minister, my only goal was to help those in need and to focus on state growth, which has been achieved largely through the implementation of programs such as Ladli Lakshmi, Kanya Vivah and Medhavi Chhatra” , I was told. Whatever the responsibilities of his party, he has fulfilled expectations, he added.

While awaiting the visit of party leader Amit Shah, as part of the energy before the 2018 Assembly elections, he said: “He turned out to be an excellent leader. Under his leadership, the party has become the most “Shah has been in the state four to five times, but this is the first time he will stay for three days, he said, adding: We all hope to visit. ”

Asked about the fact that the agitation of farmers will have an impact on the polls of the meeting, he said. “Without exception, Ratlam and Mandsaur, violence does not spread to other parties, including Bundelkhand, Chambal and Gwalior Mahakoshal.” A handful of Congressional workers tried to take advantage of the situation, but failed, and we have taken steps to mitigate the problems of farmers We buy onions and even pulses and soybeans.We will continue to guarantee farmers a fair price for their products.

“The death of the farmers (in police murders in Mandsaur) hurt me,” he said. “Dard Toh chest hua”. In his first entry, which has given the order to neutralize the feared dacoit Lalit Patel, Chouhan said: “He had burned three living men I said, it is me or he will not be .. there are no thieves in Madhya Pradesh. Put an end to his regime of terror and the police shot him. “Nothing is lost when a criminal is killed. But the death of the farmers hurt me. The government of the Deputies has always been at the forefront of the welfare of farmers. ”

Chouhan said his government has launched an application – the only one of its kind in India – allowing farmers. “With the Girdavari implementation, farmers will be able to check and verify the amount of crops saved by patwari, only then they will be recorded in the land records, which will lead to transparency,” he said.

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The Chief’s Strategy

In India, as part of the first-step electoral system, electoral strategies often take a perverse form and end with the fragmentation of society. Lately, some professional bodies have emerged, which have data already made in the caste lines and facilitate an easy operation of the fragmentation of society by the politics of the bank of votes.

In this context, when BJP President Amit Shah uses a unifying strategy, while providing visible representation for all major sectors of society, in the selection of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections in UP in 2014 and , Again, to Vidhan Sabha in 2017, who doubt Many wondered if it was going to work.

But Shah had the last word. The BJP played at home with a resounding victory in both elections, which justifies the vibro Shah strategy. Today, there is no denying that the shrewd manipulation Shah this strategy has led the BJP to become a meeting point for all non-Yadav OBC communities. He gave the party an insurmountable advantage in the UP.

Shah created a large amount of registration in Gujarat, winning almost every assembly election with a record margin. He has a penchant for setting goals that may seem implausible to some, but motivation for many others. This led his colleagues to “think big” and try to achieve the goal.

Struggle to win was the Shah’s mantra. It is known to take the elections seriously. He likes to take on difficult challenges. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is not resting, and also refused to rest the other.

In UP, before the elections of Lok Sabha in 2014, he had traveled in almost all areas of Tehsil, staying in government retirement homes. When executives see their fight against the leader of all seriousness and sincere sincerity, also refrain from avoiding responsibility.

It is more than convinced that whatever the role of popular perception of winning elections, there is no alternative to strengthening cabin-cab units. The great victories of the BJP in the UP in 2014 and 2017 are credited to the Sha of emphasizing the establishment of a committee of 21 members in almost every stand.

He made sure that the cabin committees remain active throughout the year. In fact, the party has ordered that at least six of the major celebrations are held programs of each post, and in the process, guaranteed a live match organization in the Underlying.

This has also made the choice more centered karyakarta and proportionately less dependent satraps. If the choice Amitbhai literally burning the eyelashes. A tab is maintained in each department.

Evening meetings to discuss the situation on land and tomorrow assessments are the routine media during the election campaign. Alert to the gradual deployment of the situation on the ground, Shah believes in a strategy meeting to gather.

Each rally has a personalized message and the relevant points where the rally is held. What is remarkable is their understanding of the strengths and limitations of the media and advertising. He is known for his skill in selecting the right media for the right message.


For Metro rail, states must bring private players: Govt

Marking a major shift in its focus on urban transit transport projects, the Union government has forced state governments to find a funding center for their Metro Rail project to involve private actors in the implementation and operation system.

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the new Metro Rail policy, which states that “private participation or for the full supply of meter-meter or certain disaggregated components, is an essential requirement for all metro rail project proposals to financial assistance Central “.

Indian Express had reported in March, the proposed reduction
The role of the Center in financing railway projects through the promotion of privatization.

The three major PPP models detailed in the policy include the construction of new systems through the metro lane mode of design, construction, financing, operation and transfer, allowing private players to operate the service and to supply the material Rolling and involved in maintenance and upgrading from the infrastructure.

The new policy, however, has been described as “the most disastrous and retrograde urban transport policy” E Sreedharan, who successfully led the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) from the outset and is currently a senior adviser.

Speaking to The Indian Express (see interview on page 8), Sreedharan, who has always opposed the APP model on the subway, said: “The policy seems to have been framed by a person sitting in the non-NITI Aayog The experience of how the metro rail is built and operated.

In India, 12 of these projects have been implemented, only 20-25 km of new trains are operating each year. China climbs 300 km of subway lanes that open every year. We are already moving to the rhythm of snails. Now, with this policy, all the stops. ”

India, so far, has deviated from PPP in its metropolitan rail projects due to the requirements of low public transport fares. In addition, the capital-intensive nature of these projects does not allow private companies to obtain a return on their investment, unless they rose sharply.

Most of the metropolitan railway projects So far have been implemented in the model of joint equity, costs are shared equally between state and central governments.

The first JV model was successfully completed in the case of DMRC, followed by Mumbai Line-3, Nagpur, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Kochi.

PPP Feasibility Gap funded from the Union government, has been treated as Mumbai Metro Line 1 and Metro-Hyderabad, which experienced a significant increase in costs and delays.

On the Delhi Metro line, the private concessionaire abandoned the project halfway to force the DMRC to intervene and resume operations.

D S Mishra, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Affairs, said the PPP would bring the efficiency and experience of the private sector in the rail lane project. “This is part of the general plans developed by the Ministry of Finance for PPP not only on land, but also in the road, water or sanitation sector.”

The new policy also requires that state governments are exploring the commercial exploitation of land along the rail project, as well as encouraging development-oriented transit, which will densify areas along the metro.