I was present in the 12th annual convocation of nalsar university of law today in hyderabad. The President of India, Sri Panab Mukherjee was the chief guest. While speaking about law profession,  he said that many of our national leaders are lawyers,  Gandhi, Nehru, Patel and Rajendra prasad.  Surprisingly he missed the name of eminent lawyer and the first Law Minister of India  Dr.B.R.Ambedkar.
He also spoke about the social evils including untouchability,  I thought this time,  he will mention the name of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar as Dr.B.R.Ambedkar faced and fought against untouchability. But he didn’t
He spoke about the constitution, and advised students to read and understand the constitution and systems,  I thought,  he will mention Dr.B.R.Ambedkar name here as he’s the chairman of drafting committee of constitution. But he didn’t mentioned this time too. Why one shouldn’t get a doubt, whether Dr.B.R.Ambedkar and marginalised communities are part of national life of this country?


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Stop the killings in Gaza and end the siege of Palestine    

The Human Rights Forum (HRF) is organizing a dharna on July 22 (Tuesday) to protest against the ongoing inhuman attacks on Gaza by Israel and to call for their immediate end. The attack is almost two weeks old and has already resulted in the death of over 300 Palestinian civilians including many children. Thousands have been injured and many homes have been destroyed in constant bombing by Israeli rockets. In complete disregard of international humanitarian law, Israel is deliberately targeting civilian areas, even hospitals. The people of Gaza are living through a nightmare.    Tuesday’s dharna will be held from 3 to 4 pm at Chaderghat Chaman. We invite all democratic-minded people who are opposed to this militaristic onslaught on the Palestinian people to gather at Chaderghat Chaman and express their opposition to the attacks and to stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine. We also demand that the Indian government adopt a proactive approach and condemn Israel’s brutality.

Karthik Navayan (HRF Twin Cities general secretary)
Syed Bilal (HRF Twin Cities joint secretary)


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The Government killed Riyaz, who had come for peace talks. He was detained around 10 pm in the night on June 30, 2005, in Barkatpura area of Hyderabad. News flashed on the TV screens about the arrest of Riyaz and three othes. Another peace talks representative Chandranna spoke to the then Home minister Janareddy and requested him to look into the arrest as there is danger of killing Riyaz and his colleagues in fake encounter. However, in reply, Janareddy told Chandranna that he is only taking care of administration of the home ministry; the entire decisions were taken and executed by the then Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhar Reddy. As envisaged, shockingly Comrade Riyaz and his 3 colleagues Vijay, Raju and Goutham were shot dead around 3 a.m. in the early hours on July 1, 2005, within 5 hours of their arrest, in a mango orchard near Badankal village of Karimnagar district.

 

Just to remember and register killers as killer in the history, at the time, YS Rajasekhar Reddy was the Chief Minister, Swaranjit Sen was the Director General of Police and Aravinda Rao was the chief of Intelligence. Those three are aggressive castes, together killed a peoples intellectual who belongs to fishermen Minority Backward caste

 

There is nothing more unjust than this. Riyaz was a member of the Central Committee of the CPI-ML. He had spent 14 years in revolutionary politics. The passing away of Riyaz– an exemplary communist worker, leader, young revolutionary intellectual, and strategist— is an irreparable loss not only for CPI-ML (Janashakti) but also for the entire revolutionary movement. For the activists in the revolutionary movements, for its well-wishers and followers, Riyaz’s death comes as a great shock, a bolt of lightning. The killing of a peace envoy was unheard of even during the days of monarchies and itihasas but has been accomplished under democratic rule. It is shameful that this kind of rule has to be endured Riyaz belonged to a family of fishermen in Tamil Nadu. He came from a caste that had had to bear its share of ‘graded inequality’ and oppression doled out by the caste system. He was only the second individual in the whole community to have completed higher education (Engineering). Riyaz, despite being born in a community excluded from education and knowledge for ages, acquired higher education and grew up to become a fearless, lion-hearted revolutionary who sacrificed his life for the cause of changing society.

 

When the Andhra Pradesh government decided to hold talks with Naxals, Riyaz who was until then looking after the legal affairs of the party was assigned the role of emissary by the leadership. The government turned the peace talks into talks of unrest and deliberately scuttled them. It killed Riyaz who had come as an ambassador of peace. This reveals the true nature of the Brahmanical state.

 

We always found his simplicity and childlike naiveté very surprising. However, what we found more amazing was the scientific precision and clarity with which he analyzed problems. Which problems need to be dealt with, what kind of programmes should be taken up to resolve them? His strategies on these questions were always based on accurate reasoning. His solutions seemed acceptable to us under all conditions.

 

No one could beat Riyaz in spending money frugally. Any expenditure would be made only after thinking carefully about it for several times, and every expense would be meticulously recorded. Riyaz’s pecuniary conservatism seemed to resemble the ways of old style communists but he wasn’t a rigid, inflexible personality. He used only one pair of footwear during the whole year he stayed with us. No matter how many times they got damaged he would get them mended and use them again. He used to say ‘The Party’s money is the people’s money and therefore it should be used as sparingly as possible on personal expenses’ and also put that belief into practice. He used to smoke around 4-5 cigarettes a day. He had no favourite brands, anything from king sized cigarettes to the smaller charminars would do. He used to argue that fruits and juices are not the poor people’s food. He believed that those who worked among the people should not eat, speak or dress differently from them. Activists’ conduct should bring them closer to the poor,  as one of their own, he used to say. Riyaz was a truly selfless person. The part of his life he lived for himself and his family was very little. During the year that he lived with us, for every week he stayed at home, he would be traveling to different places for another. He would tell us very interestingly about the places he visited and the conditions there without referring to the party related affairs. We are proud that we lived together with a young, revolutionary intellectual like Riyaz for at least an year. With his death, it seems like we have lost a member of our family.

 

Riyaz, who used to be shy and unassuming in his personal affairs, was very forthright and lucid when expressing his views on social and political issues. Whenever he had some time to kill, we would spot him reading or writing something. He used to read English magazines like Frontline, Force and The Hindu regularly. Once, when we had sold an old stack of newspapers to the raddiwallah, he went after him and got them back. He had good proficiency in English. He used to help out the B.Ed students who lived next to us with problems they faced in the subject. As far as we knew, Riyaz spent more money on books than on any other needs. Every Sunday, he used to go around all the second hand book stores in Kothi, Sultan Bazar and Abids and buy the books he wanted. He would specially buy books on weapons design, training and war strategies, no matter how expensive. However, Riyaz did not know how to haggle over prices of books, so he would take along one of us!

 

Riyaz was a unique personality; we would come across people of his integrity and character very rarely in life. The days we spent with Riyaz are not mere memories now. The bitter truth that we have lost a great friend haunts us often and causes great pain in the heart.

 

After killing Riyaz in fake encounter, the home minister Janareddy expressed his unhappiness and said that an exgratia will be awarded if the family of Riyaz ready to take.  Moreover, Present ruling party in Telangana, the Telangana Rastra Samithi MLAs and ministers threatened to resign, that time they are in coalition with ruling Congress party. Now TRS in power in the new state, if they are really against the fake encounter killings, they can reopen the case of this brutal murder of Riyaz by the then police bosses and initiate prosecution of the culprits and also do justice to the family members of Riyaz. The present TRS government has an opportunity of standing on its own commitment expressed at the time of Riyaz death

 

Epilogue: After killing him, the DGP of Andhra Pradesh, Swaranjit Sen, gave a press statement saying that ‘there are 26 murder cases pending against Riyaz’. That was a wonderful joke, because even if we had counted the number of mosquitoes that Riyaz had killed, that would not have equalled 26.

 

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of our organisation.


MALA  SANKSHEMA  SANGAM

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Battula Ram Prasad                                                                              B.Murali kishan

State President                                                                                 State General Secretary

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Ref.No.MSS/           /2013                                                                     Date :   -12-2013

MEMORANDUM  SUBMITTED TO REVIEW A.P. SC/ST SUB-PLAN  ACT, 2013

The  Chief  Minister of  Andhra Pradesh  and

Chairman,  State Council for Development of Scheduled Castes and

Scheduled Tribes,   Government of  Andhra Pradesh,

 

The  Deputy  Chief  Minister and

Chairman,  Cabinet Sub-Committee on the SCSP and the TSP in A.P.,

( Consultations Committee) , Government  of  Andhra Pradesh,

Hyderabad

 

The Chief  Secretary

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh,

Secretariat, Hyderabad

 

The Principal  Secretary to Government &

Convenor, State Council for Development of Scheduled Castes and

Scheduled Tribes,

Planning (XXII)  Deparment,   Government of  Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad

 

Copy submitted  to :

Hon’ble Prime Minister of India &,

Chairman,  Planning Commission of  India,

New Delhi ( with a request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlights   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions make necessary commission and ommission in future course)

 

Smt. Sonia Gandhi Ji,

Hon’ble Chairperson,

National Advisory Council & UPA Government,

New  Delhi  ( with a request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlights   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions make necessary commission and omission in future course)

Hon’ble Union  Ministry of  Social Justice & Empowerment,

Government  of  India, New Delhi ( with a request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlights   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions make necessary commission and omission in future course)

Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Planning,

New Delhi ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions)

Hon’ble Chairman,

Forum for SC/ST Parliamentary  Committee,

New Delhi ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions)

 Hon’ble Vice Chairman/Secretary,

Planning  Commission of  India,

New Delhi ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions)

Hon’ble Chairman,

National Scheduled  Caste Commission,

New Delhi ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions) 

Hon’ble Chairman,

National Scheduled  Tribes  Commission,

New Delhi ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and also  while   introducing  the  Acts  by  the States  and  Central Government  which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions)

 All the Members of  State Council for Development of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Government  of  Andhra Pradesh,

Hyderabad  (  List of  members  enclosed )

All the Members of  Cabinet Sub-Committee on the SCSP and the TSP in A.P.,

( Consultations Committee) , Government  of  Andhra Pradesh,

Hyderabad. (  List of  members  enclosed )

All the Nodal  Agency  for Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan,

Govt.  of  Andhra Pradesh,

Hyderabad  (  List of  Nodal Agency  enclosed )

Sir,

Sub:   A Big Debate on  A.P. SC/ST SUB-PLAN  ACT, 2013, Misuse and Diversion

of Sub-Plan Funds  and Introducting of  SC, ST Special Plan Act at

National level  -Representatives of all the state level SC/ST organisations

and others- Resolved – To  Review  the  Act No.1 of 2013  and make

necessary  amendments of   “ The   Andhra  Pradesh  Scheduled Castes

Sub-Plan  and  Tribal Sub-Plan”  ( Planning  Allocation  and Utilization of

Financial  Resources)   dated  24-01-2013 – Regarding.

We organised  a Big  Debate  on  A.P. SC/ST SUB-PLAN  ACT, 2013, Misuse and Diversion of Sub-Plan Funds  and Introducting of  SC, ST Special Plan Act at National Level   with the   Representatives of all the State level SC/ST organisations, Politicians and Activists  held on 30th  November, 2013, at  Ravindra Bharathi, Hyderabad.

All the Participants  took part in the BIG DEBATE express their view  welcoming the Act and also critised the way the Act was enacted without   completeness against the  the main principles and  concept behind the Scheduled Caste Sub-Plan and Scheduled Tribes Sub-Plan with reference to the various advisories /guidelines  issued from time to time  by the office of  Prime Minister, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Ministry of  State for Planning and   Planning Commission of India   and the recommendations of  the National Advisory Council  for ensuring the effective implementation of  SCSP/TSP. The Constituted Cabinet Sub-committee  headed by Shri C.Damodara Rajanarsimha, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister  along with the eight Cabinet Ministers as its Members of committee, in their  Draft Report   recommendations and suggestion made by them   not considered  as  the   part of  Act  by the Government  while enacted  the Act.

We are appreciate  the Government of  Andhra Pradesh in enacted “ The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan and Tribal Sub-Plan   (Planning Allocation and Utilization of Financial  Resources) Act, 2013,  Act No.1 of 2013 dated  24-01-2013 for the welfare and development   of  the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in all the sectors in the State of  Andhra Pradesh and it is first in kind in the country.

But, at  the same time the Government  failed to include main object of the original  “Special Component Plan for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes ” (SCP for SC/ST)   in true sense not in theory or methodology  but it must be in practically.  The recommendation and suggestion  made by the  Cabinet Sub-Committee on the SCSP and the TSP in A.P., Consultations Committee) in their Draft Report  submitted to the Govt of  A.P. in August, 2012  not  considered by the Government  is not  correct.

The main principles and  concept behind the Scheduled Caste Sub-Plan and Scheduled Tribes Sub-Plan with reference to the various advisories /guidelines  issued from time to time  by the office of  Prime Minister, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Ministry of  State for Planning and   Planning Commission of India   and the recommendations of  the National Advisory Council  for ensuring  the effective implementation of  SCSP/TSP.

The  aim, object and main motto  of  this  Act is to ensure, accelerated development of Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) with emphasis on achieving equality in the next ten years focusing on economic educational and human development along with ensuring security social dignity and promoting equity among Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, by earmarking  a   portion, in proportion to population of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the State, of the total  plan outlay of the State of Andhra Pradesh as the outlay of the Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan (SCSP)/Tribal Sub-Plan(TSP) of the State.   The Act also envisages setting up the  Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan(SCSP)/Tribal Sub-Plan(TSP) of the State.   The Act also envisages setting up of a State Council for Development of Scheduled Castes and  Scheduled Tribes, suggest measures for planning and implementation of schemes and for approving the Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan (SCSP/Tribal Sub-Plan(TSP) of the Departments.

As per the G.O.Rt.No.1640 dated 13-4-2012, Cabinet Sub –Committee headed by Shri C.Damodara Rajanarsimha,  Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister as Chairman and eight Cabinet Ministers as the  member of  the Committee constituted by the Government.   The Cabinet Sub-Committee comprehensive examined the matter relating to the implementation of the Scheduled Castes Sub Plan and the Tribals Sub Plan in Andhra Pradesh in consultation with all the sections of the community peoples and their organisations heads by organising the meetings in the District Headquarters and other places in the state and they do justification to their job perfectly.  But the unfortunately  the Government  not consider their recommendations and suggestion made in their Draft Report  it is nothing but Government  failed to  give  completeness original  of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan”.

Cabinet Sub –Committee comprehensively made studied with reference to the various advisories /guidelines  issued from time to time  by the office of  Prime Minister, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Ministry of  State for Planning and   Planning Commission of India   and the recommendations of  the National Advisory Council and also examined the implementation of SCSP/TSP in  some of  the States  for ensuring the effective implementation of  SCSP/TSP  elaborately discussed and highlighted all the best proposals, solutions and action plans as key note on very aspects  and suggested and made  recommendation  in their Draft  Report.

Whereas the Government of  Andhra Pradesh while enacted “ The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan and Tribal Sub-Plan        ( Planning Allocation and Utilization of Financial  Resources) Act, 2013,  Act No.1 of 2013 dated  24-01-2013 not  followed above said advisories/guidelines issued by  the above  said officials.  The main provisions and sections are against the main object of the Act.  The Object of the Act   is  defeated for the provisions of the Act.

 All the Participate  in the BIG DEBATE  unanimously passed following resolution and  resolved as under:

“The Andhra Pradesh Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan and Tribal Sub-Plan ( Planning Allocation and Utilization of Financial  Resources) Act, 2013,  Act No.1 of 2013 dated  24-01-2013  should make necessary commission, omission  amendments  to  strength the Act  as follows

SOME OF  EXAMPLES  IN DEFICIENCIES  IN  THE  ACT  WHILE  ENACTED

CHAPTER-1

General Schemes is equal to means, scheme included in Annual Plan of  the Department  which benefit all social groups including Schedule Castes and Scheduled  Tribes.

 Objectional  Point  :  Once it is deemed as a General Scheme, the Budget earmarked for the Scheduled and Scheduled Tribes should not be included in the General Schemes otherwise the purpose of the Act  is defeated.

CHAPTER-2

Clause-7   :  Obligation to cover Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes in General Schemes.

Objectional Point:  It is against the principles of  the “ Special Component  Plan for  Scheduled  Caste  and  Tribal  Sub Plan”

  CHAPTER – 3

Clause 11 (  c  ) : With regard to General  Schemes included in the Sub-Plan benefiting the Schedule Castes and Scheduled Tribes along with  others.   Once it is implemented  along with others, the budget allocated in the sub-plan should not be utilized.

Clause 11 (  d  ) :   With regard to non-divisible infrastructural works like Major Irrigation Medium Irrigation, C.A., D.A., Flood Control and Drainage, R & B, APSRTC, Medical Education, Infrastructure etc., the said non-divisible infrastructure do not ensure direct  benefits to the individuals or families of  Scheduled   Caste and Scheduled Tribes.

RECOMMEND  that the Schemes  should be included under  SCSP, TSP that ensure direct benefits to the individual or families belongs to   Scheduled   Caste and  Scheduled Tribes.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (NAC) COMMUNICATED TO PM BY SMT. SONIA  GANDHI, CHAIRPERSON, NAC  ON  20th  DECEMBER, 2011

To achieve this objective, the National Advisory Council recommends that planning and implementation of SCSP/TSP needs to be reformed as  to realize the objective of bridging he gaps on development indicators, between SC/STs and the rest of the  population, in a time-bound manner.  The key principles for the reform agenda recommended by the National Advisory Council to the Government  are:

The  some  of  the  key  principles for the reforms :

f.   SCHEDULED CASTES SUB-PLAN AND TRIBES SUB-PLAN  Funds to be made non-lapsable and non divertible.

g.  SCHEDULED CASTES SUB-PLAN AND  TRIBES SUB-PLAN Funds to be channelized only to such schemes where tangible benefits accrue to SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES  individuals  or households or groups or localities.

h.  Schemes taken up under SCSP/TSP should be closely monitored and the information should be hosted in public domain so as to enable anyone to track every scheme, every household and every rupee spent under the scheme.  Social auditing of the schemes should also be facilitated.

 

  1. The original name viz. “Special Component Plan for Scheduled Castes”     (SCP) which was in vogue from 1978 till 2006 should be restored.

The above guidelines may be strictly followed by all the concern

OTHER  ASPECTS  MAY  BE CONSIDER   BY  THE  GOVERNMENT

DRAFT  REPORT OF THE CABINET SUB COMMITTEE ON SCHEDULED CASTE SUB-PLAN (SCSP)  AND TRIBAL SUB-PLAN  (TSP)  RECOMMENDS AND  SUGGESTIONS MADE  BY  THEM   NOT  A  PART  OF  THE  ACT  THAT  SHOULD BE PART ACT  OTHERWISE   THE PURPOSE OF CONSTITUTION OF CABINET SUB-COMMITTEE  AND EFFORTS MADE BY THEM IN SUBMITTING REPORT  IN CONSULTING WITH THE BLOCK LEVEL SC/ST PEOPLE TO STATE LEVEL SC/ST  ORGANISATIONS BY ORGANISING  THE   MEETING  IN  THE  ENTIRE   THE  STATE  IS DEFEATED.  A COPY OF SUMMARY OF THE REPORT AND THE  RECOMMENDATIONS  ENCLOSED  HEREWITH. 

NO RULES FRAMES  BY THE GOVERNMENT  TO THE  ACT  FOR FACILITATING SMOOTH  IMPLEMENTATION  OF  THE  PROVISIONS  OF  THE  ACT. GOVERNMENT  MAY TAKE STEPS TO FRAME RULES TO THE ACT IMMEDIATELY.

EVEN  AFTER THE COMMENCEMENT OF THIS  ACT ALSO THE SAME SCSP/TSP FUNDS DIVERSION TO THE NON-SC ST COMMUNITY  FIELDS.    THE PURPOSE  OF  THE  ACT AND VISION  IS  DEFEATED.( ENCLOSED  LIST  OF DEPARTMENTS WISE EXPENDITURE UPTO NOVEMBER, 2013 RECEIVED INFORMATION THROUGH THE RTI Act – DIVERSION OF  FUND  MARKED WITH  CIRCLE )

FUNDS DIVERSION  TO THE NON-SC ST COMMUNITY FIELDS RETAINED  THOSE FUNDS  FROM  CONCERNED  DEPARTMENT  FUNDS AND REFUND TO THE SC & ST PLAN.

THE  SUCH  RESPONSIBILITY  AUTHORITIES  CONCERN WHO ACTS AGAINST THE SC & ST INTEREST  SHALL BE PUNISH  FOR SUCH ACTS  UNDER SC/ST

ATROCITES  ACT AND OTHER CRIMINAL MAJOR ACTS SO  THAT  AUTHORITIES ACT PROMPTLY TO  ENSURE  PURPOSE  OF THE  ACT  TRULY  IMPLEMENTED.

NO FUNDS  RELEASE TO THE SCHEMES THAT   DIRECTLY   BENEFITS TO THE  SC/ST COMMUNITIES  WHICH AGAINST  THE  BASIC PRINCIPLES  OF  THE  ACT.   MORE  PREFERENCE   GIVEN  TO THOSE  SCHEMES WHICH  BENEFITS TO THE SC & ST.

NO REPRESENTATION OF  THE SC/ST COMMUNITY  MEMBERS i.e. NON-OFFICIAL MEMBERS, CONSISTING OF THREE MEMBERS FROM SC COMMUNITY AND TWO MEMBERS FROM ST COMMUNITY IN  STATE COUNCIL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES.   TWO TIMES  MEETING  HELD BY THE GOVERNMENT WITHOUT  REPRESENTATION OF SC & ST MEMBERS.  IMMEDIATELY  TO INCLUDE  THEM  IN THE COUNCIL.

INTRODUCING  OF  SC, ST  SPECIAL  PLAN  ACT   IN THE CENTRAL SHOULD ALSO TAKE ALL THE CAUTIONS STEPS  WHILE  INTRODUCING THE ACT IN THE NATIONAL LEVEL  FOLLOWED  BY  ALL  THE  ABOVE   DISCUSSED THE  ISSUES  AND SUGGESTIONS   AND  RECOMMENDATION   IN THE PROTECTING THE INTEREST  OF  THE  SC  &  ST IN THE  NATIONAL   AS ACT  TO  ROLE  MODEL  TO    ALL THE  STATES  GOV0RNMENT AND UNION TERRITORIES.”

Therefore,  WE  DEMAND TO THE GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH TO MAKE NECESSARY COMMISSIONS, OMMISSIONS AND AMENDMENTS AS PER THE RESOLUTIONS PASSED IN THE BIG  DEBATE  to call for high level meeting alongwith the   representatives of  SC & ST  organisations and review  the  Act otherwise  we have to take steps to  the protect  SC/ST Funds and to safeguard the rights and  interest of  the Scheduled Castes  and Scheduled Tribes  communities peoples in the State.

Further, we request your goodself  to kindly intimate  the action taken by your office  in  this  regard  and  oblige.

Thanking  you,

Y  o  u  r  s     s  i  n  c  e  r  e  l  y,

 

(  BATTULA RAM PRASAD )          (  B.MURALI KISHAN )

                                                         President                                General  Secretary

Encl: (1)   Invitation  of  Big Debate on on  A.P. SC/ST SUB-PLAN  ACT, 2013,

(2)    Summary  of  the  Report  and  the Recommendations

of  the Cabinet  Sub-Committee.

(3 )   List of Department wise Expenditure upto November,2013.

On SC/ST Sub-Plan.

Hon’ble  Chairman,

A.P. SC/ST  Legislative Committee,

Hyderabad ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and  which  was enacted by the  Government of  Andhra Pradesh Act  of  1/2013 which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions)

 Hon’ble Secretary,

A.P.State SC/ST Commission,

Hyderabad ( with request  your goodself  to kindly intervene in the matter and to  do justice to SC & ST  in implementation of   “Special  Component Plan  for  Scheduled Castes &  Tribal Sub Plan” and  which  was enacted by the  Government of  Andhra Pradesh Act  of  1/2013 which   was   highlighted   in our  Representation our  grievances and suggestions)

List of  All the Members of  State Council for Development of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Government  of  Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Higher Education,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Finance and Planning,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Social Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Tribal Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Panchayat Raj & Rural Water Supply & Sanitation,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Roads and Buildings,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Industries,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Health,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Rural Development,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for  Primary Education,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for Municipal Adm. & Urban  Development,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for Housing,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for Women Development & Child Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister for Forest, Environment, Science & Technology

Government  of  Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Higher Education,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Finance and Planning,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Social Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Tribal Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal Secretary to Panchayat Raj & Rural Water Supply & Sanitation,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Roads and Buildings,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Industries,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Health,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Rural Development,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Primary Education,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Municipal Adm. & Urban  Development,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Housing,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Women Development & Child Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The  Principal Secretary to Forest, Environment, Science & Technology

Government  of  Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

List of  All the Members of  Cabinet Sub-Committee on the SCSP and the TSP in A.P.,( Consultations Committee) , Government  of  Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad

 

  1. Dr.J. Geetha garu,

Hon’ble Minister for Major Industries, Sugar, Commerce &  Export

Promotion,  Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1. Shri Anam Ramanarayana Reddy garu,

Hon’ble Minister for Finance, Planning, Small Saving & State Lotteries,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1.  Shri Pithani Satyanarayana garu,

Hon’ble Minister for Social Welfare,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1. Shri P. Balaraju  garu,

Hon’ble Minister for Tribal Welfare,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1. Dr. Sailajanath garu,

Hon’ble Minister for Primary Education, SSA, Adult Education, A.P.

Open Schools Society,  Jawahar Bal Bhawan, A.P.

Mahila Samata Society, SIET, Public Libraries,

SCERT, A.P. Text Book Press,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1. Shri  Dokka Manikya Varaprasada Rao, garu

Hon’ble Minister for Rural Development, NREGS.,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1. Shri Erasu Prathap Reddy garu,

Hon’ble Minister for  Law and Courts,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

  1. Shri Kondru  Murali Mohan, garu

Hon’ble Minister for Medical Education, Arogyashree,

Health Insurance, 104 & 108, Medical Infrastructure, Ayush,

Yogadhyayana Parishad, Drug Control Administration,

Govt.  of   Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad.

 

 

List of  All the Nodal  Agency  for Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan,

Govt.  of  Andhra Pradesh,  Hyderabad

 

  1. Hon’ble Minister  for  Social Welfare

Government  of  Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Social Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal Secretary to Panchayat Raj,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal Secretary to Rural Water Supply & Sanitation,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Housing,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Rural Development,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Finance(FP),

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Planning,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Primary Education

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Health, Medical and Family welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Women Development & Child Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Agriculture,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Animal Husbandry,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Irrigation,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to  Secondary  Education,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Roads and Buildings,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Municipal Adm. & Urban Development,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Principal  Secretary  to Higher Education,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Commissioner  of  Social  Welfare,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Secretary,

A.P.SWREIS,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Vice Chairman &  Managing Director,

A.P.SCCFC

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1. The Managing Director,

LIDCAP,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

  1.  SCSP Unit Head, Sub-Plan Research Unit,

Government  of  Andhra  Pradesh, Hyderabad

 

All  The District Collector &

Chairman,

Monitoring Committee on  SC/ST  Sub Plan

 


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Hyderabad universities to join ‘Chalo Eflu’ protest today

While the university claimed that students Mohan Dharavath, Satheesh Nainala and Subhash Kumar were rusticated for breaking the glass door of the varsity library during a protest on March 11,13 members of the varsity’s library staff, who were present inside the building during the incident, have given written statements to the varsity registrar, saying they could not identify anyone. The statements were given on March 12.

Statements, copies of which are with TOI, submitted to Eflu administration have some staff members saying that they were nowhere near the library complex when the incident happened, as some were on leave. “By the time the staff visited the entrance (of the library), the front area of the library was flooded with students and as such the students who initiated the vandalism could not be identified,” said librarian Satheesh.

While the deputy librarian said he was in his room in the first floor when the incident happened, the assistant librarian was on leave on the March 11, the day the incident reportedly occurred. “If none of the library staff reported the names of rusticated students, then who did? The varsity did not tell us when the enquiry committee was formed to look into the allegations against the students. We also do not know who the members of the committee are and on whose witness accounts did the committee act,” said Karthik Navayan Battula, secretary, Human Rights Forum, Hyderabad, which is fighting for the rusticated students.

Civil society activists, who went to Eflu in the past four days to express solidarity with the rusticated students had earlier expressed their lack of trust on the committee which investigated the incident.

Meanwhile, ‘Chalo Eflu’, called by students of the varsity, will see hundreds of students from University of Hyderabad and Osmania University marching to the Eflu campus. They have already released ‘Chalo Eflu’ protest posters on their own campuses, and students from other campuses in the city and Telangana region, including Nalsar University, Maulana Azad National Urdu University and Kakatiya University are expected to join them. “Several political parties have expressed their support and so have prominent civil society members during the last five days of struggle and they will join the Eflu students’ protest on Monday,” a press release issued by students of the varsity said.

Students have been protesting for the past five days demanding the university administration withdraw the rustication orders. Students have also been demanding the vice chancellor of the varsity, Sunaina Singh, to step down from her post