Yogi Adityanath :The next Prime Minister of India

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  1. abingdonboy

    abingdonboy Senior Member Senior Member

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    That's the nature of politics!

    It's disgusting that the 'law and order CM' has let this [email protected] happen on his own doorstep and has failed to bring down the same justice he claims to represent on members of his own state legislature. Cannot claim to be superior when you are responsible for the same filth.

    Where was the decisive action here? Yogi silent and impotent as expected.

    Not just a political own goal but an exposure of the nature of these figures that people place too much hope on too soon.
     
  2. Bhumihar

    Bhumihar Jako Rakhe Saiyan Mar Sake Na Koi Senior Member

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    UP isn't a easy state to handle, it's a state of 220 million resources with no industrial sector and political instability.

    Yogi needs to step up his game if he wants to rule UP for more than one term.
     
  3. Bhumihar

    Bhumihar Jako Rakhe Saiyan Mar Sake Na Koi Senior Member

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    That's some good news but the comment with this tweet was even better!!!
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    xeaaex Regular Member

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    Can any one tell me, toh Facebook, Twitter pe log itna anti modi kyu ho gaye bohot acche kam hue hai, mainland mai terrorist attack bandh hue and economy acchi chal rahi hai but fir bhi gali de rahe hai.
    Toh kisko vote dege? Rahul gandhi ko?
     
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  6. Bhumihar

    Bhumihar Jako Rakhe Saiyan Mar Sake Na Koi Senior Member

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    One word 5 th generation warfare, youve seen just one Cambridge Analytica when there are hundreds of them working to undermine India's interests.
    Look at our news media
    WIRE is a fully funded by communist Jehadi network. They are the smartest media outlet they won't make much mistake and blanket their anti national agenda under well crafted articles.

    QUINT is a western funded news outlet that is pro pseudo liberalism, pro pseudo Sickular, pro pseudo toxic feminism, pro pseudo democracy. Essentially they are a gateway of western thoughts and ideologies hence and ideal source for Indian soy boys.

    Al Jazeera I think I don't need to talk about this.

    Republic TV is paid bitch they are the epitome of paid media.

    NDTV you are already familiar with.
     
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    indiatester Senior Member Senior Member

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    https://swarajyamag.com/politics/ho...ts-ailing-newborn-babies-through-simple-fixes

    How Uttar Pradesh Saved Thousands Of Its Ailing Newborn Babies Through Simple Fixes
    by Swati Goel Sharma - Jun 20, 2018, 11:25 am


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    [​IMG] Remarkable improvement has been reported in the performance of neonatal units in Uttar Pradesh in 2017-18 compared to previous years.
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    • Data reveals significant improvement in Uttar Pradesh’s neonatal units last year. Close to 25,000 more babies with medical complications went home healthy in 2017-18 than two years ago.

      From filling vacant posts to training grassroots workers, the government made some simple fixes.


    If one looks beyond the shrill rhetoric of the Gorakhpur medical hospital case, it seems the last one year has been good for newborn babies in Uttar Pradesh. Data available with the health department show remarkable improvement in the performance of neonatal units in 2017-18 compared to the previous years.

    The special care newborn units (SCNUs) usually operate as part of a district level hospital. They are meant to save sick babies upto 28 days, either born within the hospital, nursing homes or at homes. They are crucial because studies have found that the daily risk of mortality in the first month of life is 30 times higher than the second month. In fact, two-thirds of all baby deaths happen during the first four weeks.

    Here's what the numbers look like: In 2015-16, a total of 42,474 newborns were admitted to SCNUs, while 31,390 were successfully discharged. In 2016-17, the number of admissions rose to 55,288 but the percentage of babies discharged came down, with the figure closing at 37,832.

    In 2017-18, however, the rise in the number of newborns admitted to SCNUs was steep at 85,259 while the percentage of them discharged was stable at about 65 per cent (a total of 55,759 were discharged).

    From 2016-17 to 2017-18, deaths came down from 11.4 per cent to 10.6 per cent, referral cases increased from 5,024 to 10,429 (9.44 percent to 12.6 percent), cases of left-against-medical-advice went up from 8.16 percent to 9.2 percent. Commonly called LAMA, these are cases when a patient leaves a hospital against the advice of their doctor, and thus are not counted in the discharged list.

    Overall, close to 25,000 more babies with medical complications went home healthy last year than two years ago.

    [​IMG] An SCNU in Lucknow


    Dr Anil Verma, who is posted in Lucknow as general manager, child health, for Central government's National Health Mission (NHM), looked satisfied as he shared the figures. "A significant improvement," he said.

    This is certainly encouraging for a state where the burden of neonatal deaths is notoriously high.

    India contributes a quarter of an estimated 3.1 million neonatal deaths globally, that is, babies dying within four weeks of birth. Uttar Pradesh, along with Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar, contributes to more than half of these 0.75 million newborn deaths in India.

    The abysmal situation can be gauged from the fact that while the best-performing state in this area, Kerala, reported a neonatal mortality rate (NMR) of 6 per 1000 live births, UP reported it as high as 35 (figures are from 2013). Similarly, UP also fares badly in infant mortality rate (children up to 1 year of age dying per 1000 live births) at about 43.

    Loosely speaking, more than 750 newborns die in UP daily. About 45 per cent of them don’t survive more than two days. About 70 per cent of these daily deaths are preventable.

    As the numbers reveal, a major gain last year can be seen in a surge of parents seeking professional care for their sick babies. Verma says this has been made possible by filling vacant posts and hiring necessary staff.



    “We were struggling with manpower. This year, we filled some 300 vacant posts, mostly nurses, that turned the SCNUs around.”

    The state currently has 78 such units, out of which 10 are located in tertiary medical institutes - like Gorakhpur’s BRD medical hospital - while the rest are spread across 63 districts. UP has 75 districts; experts say that two-three functional units in a district is a good number.

    Six more units are coming up while as many are currently being upgraded, said Verma.

    The biggest challenge, he says, was the availability of specialists. “But we didn’t wait for them, and instead appointed regular pediatricians.” The department also advertised actively in medical colleges.

    Taking cue from other states, the department went for the bidding model to fill up posts in remote areas. Under this model, the doctors are free to quote a pay package, often higher than the salaries their counterparts get in more urban, comfortable locations.

    “We have paid as high as Rs 2.5 lakh a month for remote locations. But this had to be done.”

    Dr Verma informed that about 60 per cent of the financial burden for the neonatal programme is borne by the centre while the rest by the state government. The execution, however, is almost entirely the state’s efforts.

    [​IMG] Picture for representation


    The history of neonatal units in India goes back to 2003 when United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) helped set up one in West Bengal’s Purulia district. The unit brought down the NMR by 14 per cent in the first year and by 21 per cent in the second year. The success prompted the central government to make neonatal clinics central to its child health strategy when it launched National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) in 2005.

    At that time, the Purulia SNCU unit cost around Rs 3 lakh to set up. Today, such a unit needs an investment of Rs 10-12 lakh, said Dr Verma.

    In UP, most efforts to save babies have been marred by poor-functioning of ill-equipped units and lack of awareness among new parents.

    Dr Neelamber Srivastava, senior consultant at Lucknow’s Veerangana Jhalkari Bai Women and Child Hospital, said there has been a marked improvement in “institutional deliveries” in a year. He is referring to deliveries assisted by child attendants or in hospitals. “Child complications come down when institutional deliveries go up,” he stated.

    At his hospital, which houses one of Lucknow’s oldest SCNUs, the number of newborn admissions rose from 744 in 2016-17 to 914 in 2017-18. The number includes deliveries in the hospital as well as done outside.

    “The increase has come about thanks to grassroots ASHA workers. More than a lakh-and-a-half of them received training last year so they bring patients to medical centres,” said Srivastava.

    [​IMG] A Kangaroo Care Unit in Lucknow’s Veerangana Jhalkari Bai Women and Child Hospital where mothers provide skin-to-skin care to babies


    The most common reasons why babies die is because they are severely underweight (at times less than a kilogramme), asphyxiated or suffering from life-threatening infections, he said.

    For a unit to operate efficiently, it needs to be equipped with sophisticated machines and life-saving instruments. These include incubators, oxygenators, multi-parameter monitoring systems, electronic weighing scales, intravenous drip systems and body warmers that play a crucial role in the baby’s battle for survival.

    “I have got whatever I asked for. I can say I have all the equipment I needed,” he said.

    A senior doctor in Rampur district, on the condition of anonymity, told Swarajya that the government’s move to directly send equipment to the SCNUs rather than cash has helped things.

    Data for the entire state also shows that the rate of death on the first day has come down from 37 per cent in 2015-16 to 24.5 per cent in 2017-18.

    The numbers look heartening. A senior official with state’s health ministry, who did not wish to be named, said that if the trend continues, Uttar Pradesh can hope to drop the dubious tag of being one of the poorest performers in this area in the coming years.
     
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    There's another issue which no one wants to admit. The common people always assumed that it is the rich who are corrupt and evil. Demonetization has shown the corruption of the 'poor'. The profit margins of those working in the informal sector like maids, drivers, vegetable vendors etc are dependent on non declaration of income and avoiding income tax. It doesn't mean they earn negligible. A road side banana seller makes ~2k rupees daily. That's 60k a month, all cash, no tax. These guys had to deposit all their cash in banks after demonetization. One kaamwaali bai reportedly deposited 10L in a day.

    Many people in the construction business operate solely on cash. Everything from cement, marbles, labor, transport happens in cash. Now you can't even get raw material transported from one state to another because people have to show the GST receipt of the goods they are transporting at check nakas. Once the transport guy pays GST in full white money, he is not going to sell the material to the builder in black. So the builder has to buy in white. Profit margins go down, costs go up.

    Business people already get massive tax rebates even if they legally pay their tax, still those niggers never paid tax. They earned in black, stored in black and invested this black money in real estate. This was a much required chemotherapy for the nation.

    @Bhumihar Yogi was always doing good work. UNICEF's praise is for sale. If you buy vaccines from UNICEF 'approved' vendors (which are all American pharma companies), they will send out a tweet of appreciation, like a Ferrari salesman appreciating you for buying a 'lifestyle upgrade'. If you try to cure people with Yoga and Ayurveda, they will say "Hindu government shuns modern medicine, tries to cure people with blackmagic". The US has imposed sanctions on Indian Pharma companies for making generic drugs that make affordable medicines available for the masses. How come UNICEF doesn't tweet against those anti-poor sanctions?
     
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    dhananjay1 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Poor people are simple, honest folk while rich are corrupt and evil is a socialist/communist trope. They spread this ideology to justify their take over of power from previous elite and replacing them with their own elite. Roots of this ideology goes to Christianity like everything else about western ideologies.

    Just remember how many bollywood movies have the theme of poor, honest hero taking on evil rich businessmen, factory owner, Zamindar etc. It's pure socialist propaganda.
     
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    Haldiram Senior Member Senior Member

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    True. Even during the Roman empire, it was the Chiristians who were claiming persecution and 3 years later they had hollowed out the empire from within and collapsed it. Same way the Israelite minority had hollowed out the Egyptians and took over the temple of Yaweh. Same with Muslims. Mohammed was the leader of a small minority and lived among the 'idolaters' in the time Muslims refer to as jaahil-iyat. He continued his Taquiyya until his army was large enough and then sacked the city. The Abrahamic cults have mastered the art of using persecution as a war doctrine. They turn every small issue into an 'attack on the community' narrative. Hindus on the other hand, even when they face a genocide don't remember the event beyond one generation.

    Whenever Jews get married they break a glass under their feet to commemorate the sacking of Jerusalem. Hindus serve ice cream at weddings and claim pride over how the Persians brought the recipe for ice-creams and perfumes to India.
     
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    Israelites defying Pharaoh and their hateful "god" punishing Egyptians is a pure work of imagination. Egyptians don't even mention them anywhere in their records. Though there might be some connection between mosaic abrahamism and proto-monotheism of Akhenaten.
     
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    Yogiji (PBUH) has played a political masterstroke the other day



    After the massive Dalit protests across the country, CM Yogi Adityanath demands quota for Dalits in minority-run institutions like AMU and JMI, saying that if an institution like Banaras Hindu University can give Dalit quota, why can't minority-run institutions do that

    This is a masterstroke as it calls into question the article 30 of Indian constitution which exempts Minority run educational institutions from government interference. Article 30 is what prevents RTE from applying to Muslim and Christian schools and it only applies to Hindu run schools.

    I may be getting my hopes up, but BJP may be laying the groundwork for repealing article 30, or maybe even repealing 93rd amendment of the constitution.

    Even if BJP only makes it so all schools fall under RTE, it will be something for core Hindus
     
  13. indus

    indus Living in Post Truth Senior Member

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    That s something to brag about....
     
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    wow finally




    mad mulla arrested


     
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    Earlier Prayag was named Ilahabas by Akbar. Ilaha for god in general and not Allah specifically. Also Ilaha is name of god in Din-e-Ilahi system of Akbar. Bas/Vas is Indic word for residence. Only during Shahjahan's time arabic version "Ilahabad" became standard.
     
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    expected more from Yogi but he also became a 'politician', only act before elections now.Anyway,better late than never



    Girish Bharadwaja

    Lutyens propaganda makes you believe Rahul Gandhi is a youth leader. Realization about the propaganda : When you know that there's only 5 years age difference between him and Amit Shah, & Yogi Adityanath is 2 years younger than him.

     
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    Democracy is a toxic system. Anyone who enters is forced to be a hypocrite showman.
     
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    indus Living in Post Truth Senior Member

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    What in the World did just happen. :shock:
     
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    "Demolitions were carried out in compliance with an order of the National Green Tribunal (NGT)" :troll:
     
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    YOGI (PBUH) for PM 2024 :hail:


     

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