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Earlierwhen Jakhar was asked why he had accompanied Badalhe said he did what was best for Punjab In case the party frames any guidelines in futurehe will surely adhere to the samehe added Raakhi Jagga For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Published: December 18 2014 6:21 pm Related News The Congress and BJP have been engaged in a row over discontinuing subsidy on ration supply to lakhs of tea plantation labourers of Assam with both parties blaming each other for a major crisis that is likely to occur in the next few months While the Congress government in Assam has blamed the BJP-led government at the Centre the BJP in turn has said that it was the previous Congress-led UPA government that had decided on withdrawing subsidy on ration to tea labourers in view of the Food Security Act The National Food Security Act has no provisions to allotTea labourers in Assam and they have have been getting rice and wheat at a heavily subsidized price for the past six decades While tea companies are currently lifting rice and wheat from FCI at Rs 830 and Rs 610 per kg respectively the companies have been deducting only 50 paise per kg from the labourers subsidizing the gap themselves apart from meeting the transportation charges But since the National Food Security Act does not provide any separate allocation for tea labourers the industry is heading for crisis with political mud-slinging only adding fuel to fire “The Congress is responsible for discontinuance of subsidized ration once the NFS Act is implemented in Assam” said Assam BJP unit president Siddhartha Bhattacharyya The Congress however describes the BJP allegation as untrue “The government of Assam or for that matter the erstwhile UPA government had not stopped rations to the tea labourers” said Assam industry minister Pradyut Bordoloi here on Thursday Congress MLA and AICC secretary Bhupen Bora went one step ahead and asked Rameswar Teli and Kamakhya Prasad Tasha – the two BJP MPs from Assam who come from the tea labourer community – to stage a dharna outside the prime minister’s office “if they are really worried” Tea labourers across Assam currently get a daily wage of Rs 94 apart from 35 kg rice per family unit at just 50 paise per kg Once the NFS Act is implemented in Assam they will be entitled to 20 kgs of rice at Rs 3 per kg There are suggestions for monetizing the ration subsidy by paying Rs 1420 per labourer per day taking the daily wage up to Rs 10820 but labour unions are not amused “Replacing it with concessions under the National Food Security Act would provide no solace for the tea workers because they would then be entitled to just 20 kg of rice a month against the 35 kg they are getting under the existing arrangements” said Congrss MLA Pallab Lochan Das who too comes from the tea labourer community Meanwhile Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi on Thursday told industry chiefs here that providing ration to the labourers was the responsibility of the respective managements “But despite that our government will try its best by taking up with the Centre to get subsidized ration for the labourers” Gogoi said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pranav Kulkarni | New Delhi | Updated: November 23 2014 9:27 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi with newly sworn-in Cabinet ministers Manohar Parrikar and Suresh Prabhu at the oath taking ceremony for new ministers at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Sunday (Source: PTI) Related News Taking the first step to end the post-Bofors freeze on acquisition of much-needed artillery guns for the Army the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) under new Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday cleared a proposal to procure 814 mounted-gun systems for the artillery arm The guns will be bought for Rs 15750 crore under ‘buy and make’ category of the defence procurement procedures — this means that the first 100 guns will be bought off the shelf from an original equipment manufacturer and the remaining 714 will be manufactured in India The green signal from Parrikar in his very first meeting of the DAC is crucial given that the artillery arm of the Army is in dire need of gun systems of different kinds Procurement stalled in the aftermath of the Bofors scandal and a series of decisions by previous governments including blacklisting of foreign gun manufacturers for alleged wrongdoings Parrikar who took over the reigns last week had held the first round of meeting in which he had directed the Army the Navy and the Air Force to prioritise their demands Saturday’s decision will be followed by responses from Indian/Indo-foreign joint ventures “Acquisition of 814 pieces of 155 mm x 52 calibre mounted gun system has been cleared at Rs 15750 crore It will be procured under ‘buy and make-in-India’ programme The first 100 will be purchased off the shelf and the rest would be manufactured in India” a Defence ministry official said The DAC deferred decisions on two important Indian Air Force programmes — the procurement of 56 transport aircraft to replace Avros (a joint venture between Tata and Airbus has resulted in a single-vendor situation) and the proposal to consider acquisition of additional 106 Swiss Pilatus basic trainer aircraft “Both programmes were discussed but more information was sought on both projects The projects have yet not been cleared but are likely to be considered in subsequent DAC meetings” the official said The DAC however gave the nod to revise payment terms in an ongoing IAF programme called the Integrated Air Command and Control System (IACCS) The go-ahead for payment of Rs 7160 crore for this programme will now ensure that payments to Bharat Electronics Limited Ghaziabad are made on the basis of “milestones” as against the earlier agreed mode of percentage-payments based on stages of completion The IACCS will come up in two phases According to officials while five nodes involving ground and air based systems communication and control systems air defence systems are already functional the remaining four nodes will complete the network and ensure connectivity even with island territories The programme once completed will enhance IAF capability to respond to aerial threats In line with the government’s make-in-India policy the meeting discussed refinement of “make” procedures under the defence procurement procedures to make them more attractive to Indian investors Officials said these will be discussed and refined For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Patna | Updated: May 21 2015 6:49 pm Manjhi a detractor of Kumar has floated Hindustani Awam Manjhi after being ousted as chief minister and is said to be veering towards the BJP Related News A day before the ‘Janata Parivar’ constituents go into a yet another huddle to remove irritants in the path of their merger RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Thursday caused disquiet in JD(U) with remarks that former Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi be part of the “broader unity” against BJP Manjhi a detractor of Kumar has floated Hindustani AwamManjhi after being ousted as chief minister and is said to be veering towards the BJP “We are for a broader unity of parties against BJP in which everybody including Manjhi shall come forward” Lalu told reporters in Patna before leaving for Delhi to attend a meeting of Janata Parivar constituents on Friday Share This Article Related Article “Be it merger or alliance there is a need for broader unity of parties to fight together against BJP…Manjhi and others shall come forward for this” the RJD president said Kumar who had handpicked Manjhi as his successor after he decided to step down following JD(U)’s humiliating defeat in last year’s Lok Sabha elections chose not to speak to the media over Lalu’s suggestion However Lalu’s invitation to Manjhi to be a part of the efforts for a “broader unity” against BJP did not go down well with JD(U) which is keen on formalising the merger ahead of the state Assembly poll due later this year State JD(U) president Basistha Narayan Singh said there was “no point” in bringing Manjhi into the picture due to his reported proximity to BJP “Manjhi is not in the to do list of Janata Party unity process Nitish Kumar had chosen him for the chair of chiefminister but he turned out to be a puppet in the hands of BJP” state JD(U) spokesman Neeraj Kumar said reacting to Lalu’s invitation to Manjhi Brishen Patel a former minister and close aide of Manjhi however thanked Lalu for the invitation but made it clear that his party will not be a part of any political combination which has Nitish Kumar “But one thing is crystal clear that Manjhi and his newly floated Hindustani Awam Party (HAM) would not be part of any combination of which Nitish Kumar is a part” said Patel who had been a minister in the governments led by Lalu Prasad Rabri Devi Nitish Kumar and Manjhi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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