Thursday, June 18, 2009

S.Ve Sekhar, AIADMK & TN Politics

AIADMK has fielded the veteran Actor, Drama Artist Mr. S.Ve Sekhar in the Mylapore Constituency in the last Assemble Election, on the ground he is well familiar and Communal Face of 'Brahmins'. Of course, he is one of the best family friend of J.Jayalalitha. But what JJ missed is his stubborn on his decisions and his neutrality (which is not accepted by AIADMK in any condition!)

For the past few months Sekhar was out of AIADMK (unofficially) and the party neglects him for any occassion even for General Body Meeting and MLA's meeting, even he is AIADMK's MLA.

Now he is 'free bird' saying what he thinks directly and openly, and having influence in the Administrative levels of the Government, doing goodies for his constituencies. He is quite hightech to start a blogspot where he receives querries and complaints from his constituency people and takes action to solve those things.

When yesterday (17.09.2009) the Tamilnadu Legislative assembly assembled, all the AIADMK members (as usual!) left the Assembly except S.Ve Shekar. He started his speech by praising M.K.Stalin for his recent promotion of Deputy Chief Minister, and hearing this, all the AIADMK MLAs came into the assemble and Kheroed Shekar. Kalairajan gone one step ahead and said if he speaks anymore he has to be 'finished'. On further clarification, Kalairajan said, even if Sekhar dead tomorrow by H1N1, then it will also blames me???.

The planning department of AIADMK is not so good, as it is having V.P Kalairajan in it. Already there are many examples of attacking peoples who are against AIADMK, including T.N.Seshan, Adv. Shamnughasundaram, R.Venkataraman, Mani Shankar Iyer, Adv. K.M.Vijayan etc., etc., and the list goes long.

Now we could expect Shekar to include in this list.

Now, why Tamilnadu Politics have been so nasty in such a way there are zero tolerance among all the parties?

Recently MDMK's Kannappan was expelled from his party for visiting the Cheif Minister when he is hospitalised. Was the humanitarian of the Tamilnadu Politicians is no more?

The media has a special role for this non-sense. When Anbumani Ramadaas of PMK congratulated M.K Stalin, media wrote PMK is in the mood of aligning again with DMK. Similar comments are given for CPI, CPM leaders like Sivapunniyam, Varadharajan, Rangarajan when they congratulated Stalin. The occassional common incident of congratulating has made to turn up as a Political issue purely by Medias.

As far as Tamilnadu concerned, all scoops are hot scoops for Media, even two leaders met accidently in Airport while they travel. If any leader traveled in same plane with other party leader then he has to face enquiry from his party, thanks to the boosting issuance of Media.

Don't the Medias having certain common sense?

Let us wait and see what is happening to the Tamilnadu Politics, and S.Ve Shekar!!!

Friday, June 12, 2009

Education in Tamilnadu

I wonder, it is Tamilnadu is the first state to provide free noon meals under the leadership of Kamarajar. His view is clear, every body should be a literate, and it will help them to grow on their own. Just because of the poverty no one should be a illiterate, and that's why he initiated the scheme of noon meal. Many families sent their kids to school, atleast they could get one time food.

Then came the public's leader Dr.MGR who gave them free uniform, free books, free bus passes so that the distance/dress/books could not be a reason for uneducation. During Janaki's 28 days rule she ordered for free Chappal for them. J.Jayalalithaa expanded further with free bicycle. Since many stopped education at SSLC level, due to distance in reaching Higher Secondary Schools, J.J provided cycles for H.Sc students.

Every thing is just an amazing thing for me... when seeing the current situation.

Education is the costlier thing now, next to Health. The Government schools are inadequate qualified to give proper education to the children. Few of the Corporation Schools in Chennai City are doing well, but they simply teach the lessons, but not the education. Even I saw some graduates who are not able to fill up the DD forms at bank. This is the education level.

Our Constitution of India says, it is the duty of every state to provide free education on their language upto their 14 years. All the governments are taking oath, that they will obey Constitution. If it is true, there must be 100% literacy rate throughout the country. But in TN, we are just having 65%. Where is the problem???

During the 2nd tenure of J.Jayalalitha, 13000+ schools in rural areas are closed stating non-profitability(?). The so called "Orasiriar Palli" is running with single teacher for several classes. This is one of the method like Tution in the Cities. Inadequate availability of teachers, and the number of students in villages are very less, this "Orasiriyar Palli" scheme is implemented to give education in each and every village, every student.

Apart from this, there are Night Schools (for workers who were not got education on their earliest periods), Old-age schools etc., to cater education at free of cost just to achieve 100% Literacy. SSA (Sarva Siksha Abhyaan - Education for all) is also implemented. But what happened? Still after several years of all such schemes we are just 65%. (Not bad when compared to many other states.. we talk about TN only here). Why those schemes are failed? Where was the Education Ministry went wrong? These are the questions which is not getting answer for decades.

Those who crosses H.Sc, then there are lot of opportunities for Professional courses as they are money making treasures. (Even Pre KG is now money making business!). We let all these higher studies and urban education apart and think about the rural education.

Government initiated Free education and many freebies just to give education for all.
It is the duty of the Government to provide free education for all the children below 14 yrs.

Are these happening? If yes, why we are still not achieving 100% literacy? Who will held responsible for this. Will the government will be thrown out for not obeying the Constitution?

If anybody has answers please put a line here...

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

I m back! in Difference!

Hai everybody!!

My earlier blog "" has encountered some problem and it is still not retrieviable (with my little knowledge in blogging!)

In spite of wasting my time in reviewing what went wrong, I decided to open this new blog (just like starting a new political party!)

I will try my best to provide my views on National/State politics and other impressive matters. I hope you will comment/protest as usual.

Welcoming you all!

With Luv
Satheesh Kumar. M