Sunday, May 26, 2019

How to link a new mobile number with Aadhaar…

Aadhaar, the 12-digit unique identification number issued by the Government of India, has become essential to avail of a number of services. Aadhaar can be used to authenticate identity and to make the most of social service schemes in the country. In order to avail the facilities related to Aadhaar, it is essential to register the mobile number with the UIDAI website. Your registered mobile number will be used to send an OTP for the purpose of authentication. If you wish to use the mAadhaar app, you will have to ensure that the phone number is registered with Aadhaar. In case your previous number which was registered with UIDAI has been deactivated, or if you want to know how to change mobile number in Aadhaar card, you need to visit an enrolment centre for the same. It is important to link your mobile number with Aadhaar and if you have changed your number for some reason, you need to link the new mobile number with Aadhaar at the earliest. Here is how you can link the new number:

  • Approach to an Aadhaar enrolment centre located near you.
  • You will be asked to fill an Aadhaar correction form.
  • After filling the form, you will have to submit it to the Aadhaar executive with a fee of Rs 30 for this service.
  • You will now be provided with an acknowledgment slip which contains the Update Request Number.
  • You can use this URN to check the status of the update request made by you.
  • The Aadhaar card mobile number change will be updated within a period of three months.

It’s possible to change the mobile number as many times as you want to but you will be required to pay a fee for the same. Every time you update the number, you will have to pay Rs 30. Linking the mobile number with Aadhaar will allow you to remain updated with the information of all the subsidies that are received in the bank and you will be able to make the most of online facilities through an OTP. Once the mobile number has been updated, OTPs that are related to Aadhaar will then be sent to this mobile number and the OTP can be used to download the Aadhaar card online.


How to change the address in Aadhaar card online?

Anyone can change the address, name, date of birth, mobile number, gender as well as the email ID on the Aadhaar card through a simple and convenient process. For Aadhaar card address change online, you will need to follow the steps mentioned below:
  • Visit the self-service update portal on UIDAI.
  • You need to either click on Update Address if you have a valid address proof or on Request for Address Validation Letter.
  • You now need to enter your Aadhaar card number.
  • Provide the text verification code in the box and then click on Send OTP.
  • You will receive an OTP on the mobile number which is registered in the database of UIDAI.
  • Enter the OTP in order to login to your Aadhaar account.
  • If you do not want to use OTP, you can use the TOTP feature in order to provide an authentication.
  • Here you need to tick the address option and click on Submit.
  • Now enter the residential address that is mentioned in the proof of address and then click on the Submit Update Request button.
  • In order to modify your address, you need to click on the Modify option.
  • Tick on the declaration and click on Proceed.
  • Now choose the type of document you want to submit as proof of address for the purpose of verification and upload a scanned copy of it and click on Submit.
  • Click on “Yes” now and select the BPO service provider who will verify the details and then click on Submit.
  • The BPO service provider will check if the details you mentioned in the form match with the proof of address and if they do, he will forward the request to UIDAI.
  • The update request will be accepted and you will receive an acknowledgment slip for the same. It will contain the Update Request Number.
After the update, you can download the updated version and get an Aadhaar card printout.

The steps mentioned above are for those who have document proof in order to update their address. However, if you do not have a document proof and want to update the address, you can do so with ease. Even if you do not hold a valid address proof, you can update the current address as below:
  • On the UIDAI website, click on update your address online.
  • Next, click on the Request for Aadhaar Validation Letter tab.
  • Here you will have to enter the Aadhaar number and then click on Send OTP or Enter the TOTP.
  • Now provide the address verifier’s Aadhaar number and then click Submit.
  • The request will be submitted and a message will be sent on the registered mobile number of the verifier.
Approval:

The second stage is the stage of approval. Here the verifier will get an SMS on his registered mobile number with UIDAI that contains the OTP and a link to verify the request of the applicant.
He will have to click on the link provided in the SMS and then login to his account. Enter the OTP received in the given space and confirm the request made by the applicant.

Final Submission:

After the verifier approves the request, you will receive an SMS on your registered mobile number with the SRN and a link for submission of the application.
You will have to enter the SRN and the OTP you received through the SMS.
Check the details here and click on Submit update request in order to complete the process of application.
After approval, the verifier’s address will be updated in the Aadhaar card of the applicant.

How to change address in Aadhaar card offline?

It is possible for Aadhaar card holders to get the details on their card updated offline. This can be done by visiting the enrolment centre. Follow the steps mentioned below for the same.
  • Get an Aadhaar collection form and fill details in it.
  • Enter only the correct information and not what is already mentioned in your current Aadhaar card.
  • In order to validate the update request, get self-attested copies of the proof.
  • Submit the form with the documents.
  • There will be a fee of Rs 25 for every visit to the centre for the purpose of updating or correction.
  • Download the Aadhaar correction form from the official website of UIDAI.
  • Fill in the details which you need to change in your Aadhaar card.
  • You will have to get the photocopies of the documents which validate the changes you need to make.
Send them on the following address:

Address 1: UIDAI
Post Box No. 10,
Chhindwara,
Madhya Pradesh – 480001,
India

Address 2: UIDAI
Post Box No. 99,
Banjara Hills,
Hyderabad – 500034,
India

Documents required for Aadhaar correction:

Given below is a list of documents that are necessary for Aadhaar correction. Anyone of these documents is required:
  1. Passport
  2. Ration card
  3. Statement of bank where you hold an account
  4. Voter identification card
  5. Passbook of a bank where you hold an account
  6. Photo identification cards which are issued by the government.
  7. Driving license of the applicant
  8. Account statement or passbook of post office account
  9. Electricity bill for the last three months
  10. Insurance policy
  11. Pensioner card
  12. Arms licence
  13. PSU-issued service photo ID card
  14. Last three months’ landline bill
  15. Job card of NREGS
  16. A photograph and a letter signed by the bank on a letterhead
  17. Water bill for the last three months
  18. Credit card statement for the last three months
  19. Property tax receipt of the last three months.
  20. Kisan passbook
  21. Freedom fighter card
  22. A signed letter and photo on the letterhead of the company which is issued by the registered office
  23. CGHS card
  24. Photo and address card by the Postal Department.
  25. Parents’ passport in case of minors
  26. ECHS card
  27. An assessment order of the income tax department
  28. A photo and a signed letter issued by a renowned educational institution on its letterhead
  29. Registration certificate of your vehicle
  30. A caste certificate and a domicile certificate with a photo as issued by the state government
  31. A registered agreement for rent, sale or lease of the residential address of the applicant
  32. An address certificate with a photo on a letterhead which is issued by a gazetted officer, MLA, MP or the tehsildar
  33. Gas connection bill for the last three months
  34. An address certificate that is issued by the village panchayat head or an equivalent authority for the rural areas
  35. In case of handicap or any type of disability, there is a requirement of a medical certificate or an identification card issued by the state government or any administration
Things to keep in mind when updating Aadhaar card details:

• Any changes you ask for should be correct and the documents you provide for the same need to be approved.
• You need to fill in the required details in a local language or in English.
• When you correct Aadhaar card details, you need to ensure that you keep the URN safe because it will help you check the status of update later.
• Ensure that all the details entered in the form are in capital letters.
• All the necessary information needs to be filled in and no options should be left unanswered.
• Do not use any designations or salutations when writing the name of the holder.
• Only necessary documents that are required for the proof will have to be sent with the form.

FAQs:
  • Can I update the Aadhaar card details online?
You can update your address in Aadhaar card online but in case of any other details, you will have to visit the nearest Aadhaar enrolment centre.

  • Do I need to meet any criteria in order to request for changes online?

In order to change an address online, it is important to submit the scanned copy of a proof of address. If UIDAI does not accept the document, the request will not be accepted.
  • Which language should I submit my update request in?
You can submit your update request in any language you like. There is no such issue with regard to the updating of details on your Aadhaar card.
  • What can I update through the Self Service Update Portal?
It’s possible to update all details mentioned in Aadhaar by visiting one of the Aadhaar enrolment centres. You can update your demographic details and your biometrics in Aadhaar through the self-service update portal.
  • Is it possible to use my Aadhaar card for personal loan application and for a credit card proof?
Yes you can use your Aadhaar as a proof of identity and proof of residence. It can be used for a credit card application and for a personal loan application.
  • I have not registered my mobile number with Aadhaar card. Can I correct the card details online?
You can opt for the verification of Aadhaar using an OTP through an unregistered mobile number. This facility will be available online only to those who have not registered their mobile number with Aadhaar already.
  • What do I need to do in order to register my mobile number so as to make changes online?
You need to register the mobile number with UIDAI and you can do this by visiting an Aadhaar enrolment centre. You need to submit the correction form which has your mobile number on it. You need not provide any proof for the registration of your mobile number with Aadhaar.
  • Do I need to provide any documents to update the mobile details?
You do not need any documents for updating the mobile number. All you need to do is fill the Aadhaar enrollment or correction form and submit it with the fee of Rs 25.
  • What if my mobile number is not registered with Aadhaar?
If the mobile number is not registered with UIDAI, it will not be possible for you to avail of any of the online facilities that are related to Aadhaar. You simply need to visit the Aadhaar enrolment centre in order to link the mobile number with Aadhaar.
  • Can I make a request for change through an offline mode?
Your residential address can be updated online as well as offline through post. In order to update the biometric as well as the demographic details, you will have to visit an Aadhaar enrolment centre near you.
  • Where should the form and documents be sent?
You need to send the Aadhaar enrolment form and necessary documents to this address:
UIDAI,
Post Box Number 10,
Chhindwara,
Madhya Pradesh – 480001

Or

UIDAI, Post Box No. 99,
Banjara Hills,
Hyderabad-500034,
India.
  • Can I update the information about my child?
Either one of the parents need to mention his or her Aadhaar card details for the child and if changes are made in the parent’s cards, they will have to be updated in the child’s Aadhaar as well.
  • There is no proof of address with me. Can I request for a change in the address of the Aadhaar card of my child?
Yes, you can get the address updated in your child’s Aadhaar by providing your Aadhaar card as a proof of address. There is no requirement of an additional proof of address for your child.
  • Do I need to provide my old information when I request for a change of information?
There is no requirement of previous data when you ask for a change in the information. You only need to provide new data which has to be updated in the Aadhaar card. You will need to provide proof for this update.
  • How can I update the address for my child in his Aadhaar card?
You will have to get your Aadhaar updated with the new address and then furnish the card as a proof of address for updating the same in your child’s Aadhaar card.
  • Can I change the information after submitting the request for correction online?
After you submit the request, you cannot change it. You need to ensure that you enter correct information before submitting the form.
  • Can I update my new email ID in Aadhaar? How do I do it?
You need to visit an Aadhaar enrolment centre and fill the correction form by providing the new email ID. You will have to pay Rs 25 for the same.
  • Is there any possibility of my request is rejected?
Yes, your request can be rejected on grounds that the documents which validate the change are not accepted by UIDAI or they are not provided by you.
  • Will I receive an updated Aadhaar letter after the details are corrected?
It is possible to download the updated e-Aadhaar from the website of UIDAI. You can also refresh the details in your mAadhaar app after the data in your Aadhaar is updated.
  • What if my Aadhaar is suspended?
People who are not able to provide correct details at the time of enrolment might get their Aadhaar suspended. If you have an Aadhaar and apply again, the card will not be generated. A suspension can happen at later stages of verification as well.
  • Is it necessary to provide C/O (care of) information in my address?
There is no requirement of a C/O information in your address but if you mention the same in the address, your address will be updated accordingly. You can also mention S/O (son of), D/O (daughter of) and W/O (wife of) in the address.

  • How long will it take to update the address in my Aadhaar card?
Once the address is updated in your new Aadhaar, the card will be sent to you by post within 90 days of your application. You can check the status online and download e-Aadhaar after it is updated.


Saturday, May 11, 2019

मां जब खुश होती है, तो रो देती है............


हस्ती है खिलखिलाती है ,
मुझे देख मां मुस्कुराती है,
पर मां जब खुश होती है, तो रो देती है l
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मेरा ध्यान रखती है ,
मेरी बातें सुनती है ,
पर मां जब थक जाती है, तो रो देती है l

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मेरी पसंद ना पसंद का पता रखती है ,
मेरे गुस्से तो मेरे रूठने को सहती है ,
पर मां जब दुखी होती है, तो रो देती है l
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मेरे बारे में मां को फिक्र होती है ,
मेरे दुख दर्द का मां ध्यान रखती है ,
पर मां जब दर्द में होती है, तो रो देती है l
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रोज सुबह उठकर मां मेरे लिए पूजा करती है ,
मेरे बिन बोले ही दूध चाय सामने रख देती है ,
पर मां जब मेरी ज़िद से हार जाती है, तो रो देती है l
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अगर जाना हो दूर तो सारी तैयारी मां करती है ,
जरूरत की चीजें सारी मां भर्ती है ,
पर जाने के बाद मां अकेले होती है, तो रो देती है l

हर मुश्किल में मेरे साथ खड़ी रहती है ,
मेरे सो जाने के बाद मां चिंता में मेरी जागती रहती है ,
पर मां जब मुझे दुखी देखती है, तो रो देती है l
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मेरी उलझनों की चिंता में मां खुद को भूल जाती है,
मेरी सेहत की फिक्र में मां खुद बीमार हो जाती है ,
फिर देख अपना ख्याल रखते हुए मुझे, तो मां रो देती है I

लबों पे मां के कभी बद्दुआ नहीं होती है ,
बस एक मां है जो मुझसे कभी खफा नहीं होती है ,
पर रूठ जाता हूं जब मैं मां से, तो वो रो देती है l
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मां भी मेरी ना जाने कितने कमाल करती है ,
मैं ठीक हूं ? हर रोज यही सवाल करती है ,
अगर मैं चुप हो जाऊं, तो वो रो देती है I

मां के घर में होने से सारी खुशियां आ जाती है ,
मां के गले लगाने से सारी उलझने भाग जाती है ,
पर मां जब खुश होती है, तो रो देती है …...
मां जब खुश होती है, तो रो देती है ll
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Friday, May 10, 2019

20 Lakh EVMs are Missing In India - 2019

The EVMs are again under scanner during the 17th Lok Sabha polls. In this elections already the dignity of democracy in India is on stake due to biased nature of election commission, but now again this election seems to be full of mysteries as there are many questions are raised regarding events on 6 May, 2019 during 5th phase of Lok Sabha polls a video shared by journalist Anurag Dhanda in which a van full of EVMs was seen moving around roads of Lucknow even before the polling process had come to an end. This brings a question regarding the safety and movement of EVMs .


Days later old RTI replies obtained by Mumbai based activist Manoranjan Roy has become a burning topic in media discussion on missing of 20 Lakh EVMs.
As reported by Janta Ka Reporter, Roy in April last year had alleged that an RTI reply obtained from the manufacturers of the EVMs and the central government pointed to huge discrepancies.

According to Roy, as reported by The Hindu Group’s Frontline Magazine, the Election Commission told him in an RTI reply that it received 10,05,662 EVMs from BEL (an EVM manufacturer) between 1989-90 and 2014-15.
Election Commission of India also stated that it received 10,14,644 EVMs from ECIL (which is another manufacturer) between 1989-90 and 2016-17.
However, as reported by Janta Ka Reporter in April last year, Bengaluru-based BEL had said that it supplied 19,69,932 EVMs to the Election commission of India between 1989-90 and 2014-15.
The RTI reply by the Hyderabad-based Electronics Corporation of India Ltd had said that it supplied 19,44,593 EVMs to the EC of India.
Thus, Frontline magazine report said that in a span of around 15 years the EC of India has not received 9,64,270 EVMs that BEL states to have delivered and 9,29,949 EVMs that ECIL affirms to have delivered to it.
On the questions of payments too, major discrepancies came out in the figures from 2006-07 to 2016-17.
Against the EC's "actual expenditure" of Rs 5,360,175,485 (spent) on EVMs, the BEL RTI reply said it received from EC a payment of Rs 6,525,644,000 — a difference (excess) of Rs 116.55 crore.
On the mode of transportation, the capacity of trucks & the dimensions of the EVMs, Balloting units and CUs — figures provided by both BEL and ECIL also were way off.

Speaking to Janta Ka Reporter, Roy had asked, “Where are these excess number of EVMs going, what is being done with them.” He had said that ‘something very suspicious is going on between these organizations.’

The reliability of EVMs in this election has been a topic of intense discussion with most malfunctioning machines favoring the BJP. In one specific instance, the BJP candidate had polled 17 votes during a mock poll in Goa even though the votes assigned to him were just nine. The EC of India had later admitted fault and replaced the EVM set at that polling booth.
Earlier, this week, the Supreme Court refused to entertain a review plea by 21 opposition parties to increase the mandatory tallying of 50% VVPAT machines with that of EVMs on the day of the counting.

The Election Commission of India on Thursday dismissed reports that nearly 20 lakh Electronic Voting Machines have gone missing in a 25-year period.
“There is no truth in the contention that RTI-based Public Interest Litigation in the Bombay High Court ‘points out that 20 lakh EVMs that the manufacturers affirm to have delivered are ‘missing’ from the possession of the Election Commission,” said the poll panel’s spokesperson Sheyphali Sharan.
But as we all know the biased role of Election commission of India during these polls raised many questions regarding these reports.
But Iam surprised,
Why the Supreme Court of India is denying to tallying of 50 % VVPAT machine with EVM?
Why Indian Constitutional authorities are running away from fair elections?

In the end I just want to say that there are many attempts to annex the democracy in recent years & political parties are playing with constitutional authorities like a villain while Supreme Court of India is playing a role of a dumb actor and media/ news channels are the misleading actress in whole drama of the biggest festival of Democracy i.e. Lok Sabha Elections -2019 in India. So I request to the people of India please not be loyal to any political party always show loyalty to motherland India which is in the critical state right now ..Please remember the freedom fighters & many other people who fought for Independence & democracy of our Nation which is on stake now..


Wednesday, May 1, 2019

माँ इंतजार करती है.....

माँ इंतजार करती है,
मेरे इस दुनिया में आने का ,
मुझे गोद में लेकर लोरी सुनाने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है I

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ना जाने कितनी रातें जागकर ,
मुझपे अपनी निंदिया वारकर ,
मेरे चैंन से सो जाने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है I

पहली बार मेरे “माँ” कहने का ,
फिर वही शब्द मेरे बार-बार दौहराने का ,
जिसे सुन उसके चेहरे पे सुकून आने का ,
और वह सुकून देख मेरे मुस्कुराने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है I

मेरे धीरे - धीरे पैरों पर खड़े होने का,
मेरे धीमे - धीमे पैरों पर चलने का,
मेरे गिरने पर, उसका हाथ थाम फिर उठ जाने का,
माँ इंतजार करती है I
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मेरे साथ लुका छुपी खेलने का,
मेरे ना मिलने पर उसके घबरा जाने का,
मुझे ढूंढ लेने पर हम दोनों के खिलखिलाने  का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है l

मेरे स्कूल जाने का ,
स्कूल से वापिस घर आने का ,
दिन भर क्या क्या किया ? मेरा वह सब कुछ बताने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है l
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शाम होते पड़ोस के बच्चों के साथ खेलने का ,
खेलते खेलते लगी चोट के ठीक होने का ,
किसी की झिड़क से रोते हुए मेरे चुप होने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है l

धीरे धीरे मेरे बड़े होने का ,
मेरी हर एक मुश्किल दूर हो जाने का,
समझदारी से बात करने पर मुझपे नाज करने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है I

मेरी हर खुशी के आने का,
बचपन से देखे उन सपनों के पूरा हो जाने का,
हर दिन दुआएँ कर, मेरे कुछ बनने का,
माँ इंतजार करती हैं।
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आज भी
मेरे शाम को काम से वापिस आने का ,
आकर मुझसे फोन पर बात करने का ,
धीमे से मेरे, माँ तू कैसी है ? पूछने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है I

आज भी
माँ की गोद में मेरे सर रखकर सोने का,
धीरे धीरे मेरे बालों को प्यार से सहलाने का,
माँ इंतजार करती है I

आज भी
मैंने खाना खाया या नहीं ?, यह पूछने का ,
मेरी आवाज से तबीयत जानने का ,
मेरे जवाब से तकलीफ पहचानने का,
माँ इंतजार करती है I
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आज भी
मेरे घर वापिस लौट आने का ,
माँ को दिल से गले लगाने का ,
माँ इंतजार करती है …..
ना जाने  क्यों.....
... मां इतना प्यार करती है …
माँ इंतजार करती है …
माँ इंतजार करती है II
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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Election Commission Credibility & Indian general election, 2019

Introduction:
Election Commission of India (ECI) is a constitutional body under Article-324 vested with the responsibilities of superintendence, direction, and control of the conduct of elections. It consists of a Chief Election Commissioner and two Election Commissioners.
 The Election Commission of India (EC) is a formidable institution which has led the world in electoral efficiency since its inception.


For a constitutional body that was meant to conduct elections in a free and fair manner, the Election Commission (EC) has come under the scanner for recent actions in Indian general election, 2019.
The criticism has come not from one source but a lot of sources, including political leaders, organizations and civil servants.  The institution is seen as increasingly impotent in the face of aggressive forces. In fact, Yogendra Yadav, president of the Swaraj India Party, went so far as to say: “Every day I think that the Election Commission has sunk to its lowest, only to be proved wrong the next day!”
Perhaps that is the reason why the EC on March 10 banned the screening of Modi’s biopic temporarily. It said political content like biopics pose a “serious threat to the level playing field as it may create an impression of the truthfulness of such content being shown through television/cinema/Internet-based entertainment programmes/social media”. The EC order came a day before the movie was to be released. The order also applies to NaMo TV which too cannot be aired during the poll period. In fact, on April 9, 48 hours before voters in the first phase of polling concluded voting and when further campaigning was disallowed, NaMo TV continued to broadcast and showed Modi’s speeches even after the 5 pm deadline. It is believed that the EC’s order will also apply to the 10-part web series Modi: Journey of a Common Man which is being streamed on Eros Now platforms.
On April 8, in a letter to the President of India, a group of retired bureaucrats and diplomats, in the context of recent incidents, expressed concern over the EC’s “weak-kneed conduct” and the institution “suffering from a crisis of credibility today”.
The letter described the Prime Minister’s March 27 announcement, of India’s first anti-satellite (ASAT) test, as a “serious breach of propriety, which giving unfair publicity to the party in power”. Questions were also raised over the launch of NaMo TV without license, and a biopic on the life of the Prime Minister which was scheduled for release on April 11, when elections commenced.
Other important issues highlighted in the letter included transfers of top officials, voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) audits, violations of the MCC by Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh (for which the group has requested his removal on account of “grave misdemeanor”) and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (in his speech he referred to the armed forces as the army of Narendra Modi).
With polling underway, the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) has also come into force. But the EC has largely failed in enforcing the MCC. With six more phases to go in the polls for the 543 parliamentary constituencies, it is a moot question as to how many more violations will take place and how the EC will react to them. This is an appropriate time also to review the functioning of this constitutional body and the way the MCC is being implemented on the ground.

What is MCC?
The MCC refers to a set of norms/ guidelines laid down by the EC with the consensus of political parties. It is not statutory. It spells out the dos and don’ts for elections. Political parties, candidates and polling agents are expected to observe the norms on matters ranging from the content of election manifestos, speeches and processions, to general conduct so that free and fair elections take place.
It is imperative for the EC to ensure that all political parties, particularly the ruling ones at the centre and in states, adhere to the Code. It has devised several mechanisms to take note of MCC violations, which include an army of observers, joint task forces of enforcement agencies and flying squads. The latest is the introduction of the cVIGIL mobile app through which audio-visual evidence of malpractices can be tracked and reported.

Conclusion:
Elections are the bedrock of democracy and the EC’s credibility is central to democratic legitimacy.
The independence of the Commission can be strengthened further if the Secretariat of the Election Commission consisting of officers and staff at various levels are also insulated from the interference of the Executive in the matters pertaining to their appointments, promotions, etc. It is time that action is taken to depoliticize constitutional appointments and the EC empowered to de-register parties for electoral misconduct.
It is a step needed towards restoring all-important public faith in the Election Commission otherwise India a largest democracy of the world is failing to protect its own democracy...


Thursday, April 18, 2019

वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं........


बहुत कुछ सिखाया है तूने ऐ जिंदगी,
बहुत कुछ सिखाया है तूने ऐ जिंदगी,
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं l
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं ll

कुछ अच्छा सिखाया, कुछ बुरा सिखाया,
जिंदगी की हर ठोकर ने मुझे सबक सिखाया,
कुछ अच्छा सिखाया, कुछ बुरा सिखाया,
जिंदगी की हर ठोकर ने मुझे सबक सिखाया,
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं l
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया...
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं ll

कुछ अपनों ने सिखाया, कुछ गैरों ने सिखाया,
कुछ इस जिंदगी से जुड़े सपनों ने सिखाया,
कुछ अपनों ने सिखाया, कुछ गैरों ने सिखाया,
कुछ इस जिंदगी से जुड़े सपनों ने सिखाया,
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं l
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया...
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं ll

कुछ घर में सिखाया, कुछ बाहर जाकर,
कुछ गांव में सिखाया, कुछ शहर जाकर,
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं l
जो जमाने ने सिखाया...
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं ll

कुछ हंसी ने सिखाया, तो कुछ अश्कों ने,
कुछ खुशी ने सिखाया, तो कुछ गमों ने,
 पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं l
पर जो जमाने ने सिखाया…
वो किताबों में दर्ज था ही नहीं II