What is Jan Sansad ?

To plan and make a programme intersting and different is always a challening task. Especially in this case, since Jan Sansad is meant to be an innovation in format too. It should be differet from Tribunals or Public Hearings. Yesterday Medha Patkar, Joe, Rajendra Ravi, Roshal Lal Agarwal, Madhuresh, Seela, Ashu, Gee we spent nearly 4 hours working our heads around that. It is still ongoing. But this is what we have for you as of now. It is being disussed by Organsing Committee but you are welcome to send your feedback to us too. Write to us napmindia@gmail.com

JAN SANSAD

Why Jan Sansad ?

  • Voting once in 5 years does not make a Government of the people, by the people, for the people

  • The unholy nexus of Governments-political parties-bureaucrats, corporations and builders and intervening International financial agencies have launched an all out war against the toiling people of this country

  • People have to assert their right to life, livelihood and other resources for a just, equitable and sustainable living

How will the Jan Sansad be constituted & who are to participate ?

We feel that we ought to move forward from our time-tested programmes of Public Hearings, People’s Tribunals (this is no reflection on their efficacy) and organise ‘Jan Sansads’ (People’s Parliaments) in various parts of the country.

Our Jan Sansad is to be constituted by more than 500 people’s representatives. 67 % of whom are to be chosen by consensus or elected by struggling / affected / exploited / disadvantaged people, especially in areas threatened by resource-grabbing, foisting of various projects, displacement etc., ideally through their Gram Sabha or Mohalla Sabha or by the community groups. The remaining 33 % to be people’s representatives, academics, intellectuals, professionals, experts and others to be nominated by the movements and people’s groups struggling in those areas.

All individuals, concerned citizens, people’s movements, organisations, campaigns having belief in non nonviolent social and political change, Secular, non-casteist and non-patriarchal politics shall participate in Jan Sansad.

What does Jan Sansad Stand for ?

  • Against corporate imperialism, militarisation, casteism and communalism

  • Against allowing public policy & legislation being decided by internal and external capitalist forces

  • For a transparently determined policy and democratic planning and the use of natural & national resources such as water, coal, oil, minerals

  • Bring together movements, organisations, campaigns, concerned citizens, affected people to assert themselves on issues of public interest

Key issues

  1. Communities’ control over land, water, forest and aquatic wealth, minerals, development planning and alternative development.

  2. Inequity to be challenged by various classes like farmers, unprotected workers, fishworkers, forest workers, artisans, hawkers, labourers and urban poor.

  3. Electoral politics and people – electoral reforms

  4. Corruption –wider perspectives and challenges

  1. Proposed Programme

    1. March 19 : Lokshakti Abhiyan Programmes discussion at three locations in Delhi
    2. March 20th – 22nd : Jan Sansad on the key issues mentioned above
    3. March 23rd : A mass rally of people coming from across the country. Finalisation and adoption of Jan Sansad Resolution amongst thousands [a session with political party representatives] and March to parliament

Tentative Proceedings

Session 1 : Participating organisations and their representatives present / place before people important issues / challenges and their proposals for struggle in 2-3 hours.

Session 2 : All those asssembled together will engage in dialogue, debate, negotiate solutions.

Session 3: Jan Sansad to evolve the collective view / opinion on the issues dealt with and chalk out future programme for struggle as well as reconstruction and pass resolutions based on possible consensus.

Outcome

A People’s Plan of Development and Governance would emerge and resolution of local issues should raise confidence in the process and help refine it and perhaps endow it with durability. Such people’s plan would have visibility, profile and depth. A strategy and Action Plan giving impetus to selected / identified representative struggles focusing the country’s attention and effectively challenging existing decisions, projects, policies or laws, taking the battle to the ‘powers-that-be’, whether they are Governments or Corporations should be the result.

Our over all effort is directed towards creating a wider people’s movement, a wider family of activists connected with each other, which will aim at placing before the people an Alternative to the present polity which is anti-people in every respect.

The attempt is also to create an ongoing people’s parliament which will hold its sessions in different places in the country and start dealing with the issues of the region and forge movement solidarities. It can become an alternative people’s political forum to bring the truly popular issues to the political agenda and challenge anti people policies to politics.

Sangharsh (1999)

Ce film s’inspire du film Le Silence des Agneaux.N’ayant pas vu la version américaine et donc ne connaissant pas la fin, je me suis lancée dans mon visionnage.

Le casting a été l’une de mes motivations. De plus, comme je déteste les films d’horreur, j’étais persuadée qu’il n’y aurait aucune scènes choquantes.

Au final, c’est un film dans lequel on s’ennuie peu. L’histoire d’amour entre Aman et Reet est intense et après leur première rencontre on a envie qu’il se revoit, leur relation capte l’attention du spectateur (dans mon cas tout du moins).

 Ce n’est pas le film du siècle, mais il est à voir au moins une fois. 


J’aurais juste quelques reproches au niveau de l’interprétation des acteurs : Preity Zinta joue bien mais dans quelques scènes, elle a tendance à mal jouer la peur. Je pense à la scène où elle regarde la vidéo du psychopathe. Quant à Akshay Kumar, je ne trouve pas que ce soit son meilleur rôle, il en fait un peu trop dans les émotions par moment et aurait pu être encore meilleur. Par contre, je n’ai rien à dire sur Ashutosh Rana, il incarne bien son personnage effrayant et complétement fou. Alia Bhatt joue Reet enfant, je l’ai tout de suite reconnue.


Il y a deux choses que je n’ai pas compris : Quelle est la relation entre le tueur et Aman? Comment arrive-t-il à prédire ce qu’il va faire?

La fin est un peu bête car l’on voit très bien que Akshay et Preity sont recouverts de ketchup et non de sang

Je n’ai aimé aucune chanson. 

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  1. Apna purana email recover kiya to uske drafts dekhe, kai saare drafts mey jaldbaazi mey aese ulte-seedhe pointers likh rakhe hai ki ab yaad bhi nahi ki wo ideas kya the.  Anyways, 9-10 varsh (2005-2006) purani rachna bhi kismat se mil gayi. Mere dost aur critic Karan Virk ka kehna hai ki mai pehle better likhta tha aur aesi rachnayen padhne k baad lagta hai wo sahi kehte hai.  Is kavita ka title drafts mey nahi hai, naa mujhe ab yaad…pasand aaye to share karen, tippani karen aur padh kar iska title bhi batayen. Kuch dosto ko randomly tag kar deta hun taaki sabko dikh jaaye. Aage drafts mey mili aur rachnayen post karunga. Dhanyavaad!

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  3. Is kavita mai ak majboor bhai apni aandhi bhukhi behan kay liye sangharsh karta hai…..(2005-06)

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  5. "Munni, pani sirhane rakha hai,

  6. chhadi bhi paas rakh di hai,ghar se bahar mat nikalna,

  7. mai jald khana lekar aaunga.”

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  9. Kuch dair baad-

  10. “Sir ye hamari company nay ak naya powder launch kiya hai…….”

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  12. “NAHI CHAHIYE”

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  14. “Le lijiye naa sir bahut accha ………..”

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  16. “BOLA NAA NAHI CHAHIYE……….NIKLO YAHA SE.”

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  18. Agle ghar-

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  20. “Sir ye hamari company………………………….”

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  22. “AAGE JAO……….”

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  24. Aaj to shayad uski pariksha thi,

  25. Jis bhi ghar jaata ,Niraasha hi paata.

  26. Jab bhi wo thak haar jaata,

  27. Uski bhuki behan ka chehra,

  28. Usse yaad aa jaata.

  29. Aaakhir khaali haath wapas,

  30. Wo kya mooh lekar jaata.

  31. Kamzoori aur thakaan,

  32. Jab haavi honay lagi,

  33. Tabhi umeed ki,

  34. Ak kiran jagi.

  35. Bhatakta wo majboor darbadar,

  36. Pahuncha ak aalishaan ghar.

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  38. “Sir ye powder……………..”

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  40. “WATCHMAN………..YE SALESMAN AANDAR KAISE GHUS AAYA,

  41. ISSEY BAHAR NIKALO.”

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  43. “Sir…………Sir……le lijiye na sir,

  44. bahut acchi quality ka hai………..Sir isskey saath discount bhi hai,

  45. Sir………le lijiye naa sir…………………Doosra sample free de dunga…

  46. …………Le lijiye naa sir………sir……ak baar……le lijiye naa sir.

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  48. Uski kisi nay naa suni.

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  50. Footpath par baithkar ronay laga wo bechara,

  51. Aaj ek bhai iss zalim duniya se haara.

  52. Soch kar apni aandhi behan ka gham,

  53. uski aankhe ho gayi nam.

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  55. Tabhi ak aawaz uske kaano mai padi -

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  57. “Babu ji…………ye chudiya le lo na Babuji……..,

  58. bahut bhuki hu, Le lo na …………..Babuji”

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  60. Uss aawaz ko sunkar gaya wo seham,

  61. Kyoki uske saamne khadi thi uski Behan.

  62. Aaj shayad rona bhi naa mumkin tha,

  63. Uski zindagi ka ye sabse bura din tha.

  64. Iss dukh ko bhi usne piya,

  65. Apni “Munni” ko seney se laga liya.

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  67. "Tujhe bhuki nahi rakhunga,

  68. itne gham sahe,

  69. ak aur seh lunga.

  70. Ye duniya to kuch degi nahi,

  71. Aaj mera khoon pekar jee le,

  72. kal ki kal dekh lunga!”

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