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K S Rungta

 

The verdict is out---so is our prediction!!

Will Naddha be next BJP President ?

Why did J P Naddha announce the list of BJP Lok Sabha candidates ?.Why Amit Shah has been asked to contest Lok Sabha polls from Gandhi Nagar ?. Does this mean Naddha would   be next Party President and Amit Shah next Home Minister ?.

(We said this on March 22)

After elections Naddha to be BJP President and Amit Shah Home Minister ?

In BJP and RSS Circles, people were heard saying that J P Naddha will be BJP President and Amit Shah will be Home Minister after the Lok Sabha elections.

(We said this on April 4)

 

The verdict is out---so is our prediction!!

The announcement of new Speaker of Lok Sabha will be made at 9 am on June 18, has confirmed our prediction. Besides, prediction of new Speaker will be from Rajasthan has also met true. However, an MP from Kota, Om Birla was picked up for Speaker instead of P P Choudhary from Rajasthan.

(We said this on June 17)

 




WHISPERS POLITICS NEWS

This is History (1053)

“I am a slow walker, but I never walk back.”

 

 

 

 

 

Lutyen's Group disappears in Delhi

In this Modi Government, Lutyen's Group seems to have gone in the background. So far Arun Jaitley was considered to be representative of the Lutyens.

 

 

 

 

 

Nadda is convent-educated politician

The newly appointed Working President of the BJP J P Nadda is a convent-educated politician and his wife, Dr Mallika Nadda, is a professor at the Himachal Pradesh University.

 

 

 

 

Will Kerala BJP leader Kummanam Rajasekharan be repeated as Guv ?

Whether Kerala BJP leader Kummanam Rajasekharan - who quit governorship to contest the Lok Sabha election but lost - will get another shot in Raj Bhavan is also to be seen, as the BJP may want him to fight a Kerala Assembly by-poll.

 

 

 

 

 

Amit Shah’s first Session in Lok Sabha

The budget Session will be Amit Shah’s first as a member of the Lok Sabha. Previously he has been a member of the Upper House of the parliament. Shah has been elected to the Lok Sabha after he won the election from Gandhinagar in Gujarat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old vs New fight

RaGa's newly self appointed Chamcha says!!

Because of his Chamchas RaGa's seen bad days!

 

Says RaGa's educated... well travelled and well read!

What we needed to hear is capable instead!

 

RaGa's Education is under a cloud!

They say what he likes to read is read to him aloud!!

 

Yes he's well travelled but so are so many 'rich and spoilt'!

In his sweat and blood his wealth is not 'soiled'!

 

Arre Chamcha ji tell us his qualifications to lead us!

I forgot on his lineage Chamchaji also does fuss!

 

They say a war is on between Oldies and RaGa's gang!

Ek doosre pe blame for loss they want to hang!!

 

Those close to Gandhis are a worried lot!!

Check with each other all the time 'axe who has got'!!

 

Gandhis are now in blaming mode!!

On her Secretary yesterday Priyanka did explode!

 

How does one blame a Secretary for one's flop show!

This is something Bollywood lot would love to know!

 

'Mr. Secretary your advice was wrong'!!

'Sari choice was wrong and hair-do made my face look long'!

 

Even at a simple Swearing In RaGa bungled!

His confidence drama crumbled!!

 

Didn't follow protocol after being sworn in!!

Instead walked to his seat with a stupid grin!

 

He was supposed to sign Register!!

Congis say as he came late seems Protocol didn't register!

 

After signing was supposed to shake Speaker's hand!!

For a 4 time MP in this what's so difficult to understand!

 

Chalo for BJP he's got off to an 'auspicious' start!!

Truly to make all laugh he's blessed with an art!!

 

103 kids dying in Bihar is tragic but seems life there is cheap!!

Seems into Nitish's brain tragedy's not been able to seep!

 

Bihar Health Minister in camera glare!!

Was concerned in cricket kaise karr raha hai India fare!

 

Hospitals woefully ill equipped and under staffed!!

Had Administration reacted fast deaths would have halved!

 

Alarm bells should have gone off on initial deaths!!

Timely steps could have stopped snatching of so many breaths!

 

See how Yogi has tackled this disease in his State!!

For it to start its dance of death he did not wait!!

 

Nitish Babu stung by lesser berths was busy politicking !!!

Possible 'friends' he's busy picking!!

 

Went even to meet Pranab Da.... why!!!

Gup-shup over Chai!!

 

On News of first deaths he should have stayed put!!

In fact out of Bihar not set a foot!!

 

They say after Pak loss in World Cup!

Overfloweth Pak's woe waala cup!!

 

Im the Dim is livid at Pak's yawning Captain!!

His yawns in fact  giving Pakis immense pain!

 

Pak Team they say was eating Pizzas late into the night!!

The night before 'the big fight'!!

 

It's being said Pak Captain pocketed toss coin or sikka!

No no with it he's not going to gorge on Mutton Tikka!

 

He will take it back and give it to Im the Dim!

Contribution to improve Pak Economy which is presently  grim!

 

Confucius says... Amit Bhai aap ka tweet was bang on!

At Old Trafford on Pak another Surgical Strike was done!!

 

Disclaimer:  Satire in prose . Not meant to influence, inform, insult or caste any aspersions. Purely for Entertainment purposes only. With inputs from MSM, SM and Blogs

 

VJS

DEBATE

Is India inching towards Presidential form of Government ?

Whispersinthecorridors has this indication from top bureaucratic circles that there is an apprehension of Presidential form of Government in the country. The logic behind such a thinking is – introduction of lateral entry System in bureaucracy (American system), appointment of IAS, IFS and Army officers as Ministers, selection of top brains in different sectors, portfolio allocation to Dr. S Jaishankar and Hardeep Puri, plan to import a third of Deputy Secretaries from private sector, efforts to have ‘one nation, one election’, strong PMO and last but not the least appointment of Amit Shah as Home Minister.

 

Grapevine has it that once the BJP gets majority in Rajya Sabha next year, Presidential form of Government will become a reality but will it be viable ?

Mail your views at mehrotra.suresh@gmail.com and suresh.mehrotra@yahoo,com

BUREAUCRACY HEADLINES
Whispers bureaucracy News
Will Ramesh Abhishek be new CEO of Niti Ayog ?

Will another Secretary IPP Ramesh Abhishek be new CEO of the Niti Ayog. When Amitabh Kant was made CEO Niti Ayog he was also the Secretary IPP. Abhishek is 1982 batch IAS officer of Bihar  cadre.

15 more IRS-C&CE officers get compulsory retirement

As many as 15 officers of Indian Revenue Service of Customs & Central Excise (IRS-C&CE) from Principal Commissioner to Assistant Commissioner level have been given compulsory retirement from the service. The officers include: Dr Anup Srivastava, Principal Commissioner; Atul Dikshit, Commissioner; Sansar Chand, Commissioner; G Shree Harsha, Commissioner; Vinay Brij Singh, Commissioner; Ashok R Mahila, Additional Commissioner; Virendra Agrawal, Additional Commissioner; Anresh Jain, Deputy Commissioner; Nalin Kumar, Joint Commissioner; S S Pabana, Assistant Commissioner; S S Bisht, Assistant Commissioner; Vinod Kumar Sanga, Assistant Commissioner; Raju Sekar, Additional Commissioner; Ashok Kumar Asval, Deputy Commissioner and Mohd Altaf, Assistant Commissioner.

Will Dhasmana retire or get new assignment ?

Gossiping are in full swing in power galleries about Anil Dhasmana, RAW Chief. Many want to know will he get three months extension or will be given some other responsibility. But PMO has the final say.

73 applied for CVC

After three extension in dates, the DoPT has got 73 applications for Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC). Maximum applicants belong to IAS, IPS and IRS services.

Bureaucrats under increasing pressure in GoI

The bureaucrats of Government of India are reported to be under increasing pressure to work longer hours and meet the objectives of 100 days programme of Government. The concerned Ministers are said to be cracking the whip over the officers.

Five empanelled IPS officers still waiting for postings

Five IPS officers who were empanelled for the post of DG or DG equivalent at the Centre are still waiting for posting. They are- C V Muralidhar, WB cadre 1984 batch, M S Gupta, MP cadre 1984 batch, Ajay Kashyap, AGMUT cadre 1985 batch, S N Srivastava, AGMUT cadre 1985 batch and M Hari Sena Verma, WB cadre 1985 batch. Will any of them be considered for NSG Chief ?

Will Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar be CJ of MP High Court ?

Chief Justice of the Manipur  High Court, Jusitice Ramalingam Sudhakar  is likely to be new Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court.

ACC fixes 10 yrs ceiling for personal staff of ministers

The Appointment Committee of the Cabinet has decided that a total ceiling of 10 years be prescribed beyond which an officer may not be permitted to be appointed in the personal staff of ministers irrespective of level.

Neeraj Semwal likely to continue as Private Secretary to Thaawarchand Gehlot

Neeraj Semwal is expected to continue as Private Secretary to Thaawarchand Gehlot, Minister for Social Justice & Empowerment, at the level of Deputy Secretary. He is a 2003 batch IAS officer of AGMUT cadre.

Pankaj Mehta likely to continue as OSD to Thaawarchand Gehlot

Pankaj Mehta is expected to continue as Officer on Special Duty to Thaawarchand Gehlot, Minister for Social Justice & Empowerment. He is an officer of Madhya Pradesh State Civil Service.

Tenure of Alok Vardan Chaturvedi as DG, Foreign Trade extended

The central deputation tenure of Alok Vardhan Chaturvedi, working as Director General, Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), has been extended upto September 30, 2019. He is a 1986 batch IAS officer of Bihar cadre.

ACC yet to decide fate of Dr Nalin Shinghal; vacancy of CMD, BHEL arising on July 1

The Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises has reportedly written to the Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) disapproving the recommendation of panel of Dr Nalin Shinghal, CMD, Central Electronics Limited (CEL) made by the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, a Maharatna PSU. The tenure of present CMD Atul Sobti is ending on June 30, 2019. However, there are whispers in the corridors of power that he may be accorded extension for yet another term. The Ministry has doubted the capability of Dr Shinghal, who bailed out CEL to a profit level. Some sources are of the view that the ACC can approve the appointment of Dr Shinghal as Government of India is laying a special emphasis on external competent candidates.

IRSE officer, Sunil Kumar Sarder selected as CMD, Bridge & Roof Co Ltd

Sunil Kumar Sarder, Chief Engineer (Civil) in Indian Railways Service of Engineers (IRSE), has been selected for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Bridge & Roof Company (India) Limited at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on June 18. Five candidates were interviewed for the same.

Dr Jaishankar and Vijay Gokhale can’t escape comparison

Interesting aspect of Dr S Jaishankar being appointed as External Affairs Minister would be that he will always be compared with Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale.

IndusInd bank grooming candidates for MD & CEO post

IndusInd Bank had been working on a succession plan for MD & CEO in advance while grooming candidates for the post.

Two Independent Directors quit Jet Airways Board

Former Gujarat cadre IAS officer and former Civil Aviation Secretary Ashok Chawla and former MD of State Bank of Mysore (now merged with SBI) Sharad Sharma , have quit as Independent Directors of Jet Airways as no bank-led resolution for revival of the airline was moving forward.

200+ countries to participate in International Day of Yoga

As per official information, Millions of people in over 200 countries are expected to participate in the 5th International Day of Yoga (IDY) on June 21 this year. 

Sanjeev Hans unlikely to continue as PS to Ram Vilas Paswan

Sanjeev Hans whose tenure as Private Secretary to Ram Vilas Paswan, Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution has ended, is unlikely to continue on the post. He is a 1997 batch IAS officer of Bihar cadre.

P K Agrawal in the race for CMD, STC

Pradip Kumar Agrawal, Director (Domestic Division), Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR), is in the race for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, State Trading Corporation of India Limited (STC).

Will Group B & C staff cadre merge ?

A move likely to be initiated to merge the Group B & C staff cadre- Executive, Ministerial and Non- Technical-of all Directorate under CBIC into one Common Cadre. It is said that at a recently held meeting this topic was discussed and it was agreed that all out efforts should be made to ensure that new Recruitment Rules (RRs) for the Directorate are issued as soon as possible. For this a meeting should be held with JS (Admn) and DG,HRM.

SCMTR will be effective from August this year

The Ship Cargo Manifest and Tran shipment Regulations (SCMTR), 2018 will come into effect from August 2019.This will bring  a paradigm shift in the way the manifest declarations are currently made and cast a huge responsibility on various stakeholders involved in the movement of Cargo and Advance declarations.

Tenure of Shrikant Deshpande extended

Tenure of Shrikant Deshpande has been extended till 21 April 2020, who is serving as Senior Civil Affairs Officer with UN Mission in South Sudan.

Three IPS officers shifted in MP

Kumar Saurabh has been appointed as Assistant IG, PTRI, PHQ, Bhopal, while Siddharth Bahuguna was made Assistant IG, General, Special Branch, PHQ, Bhopal and Hemant Chauhan is Assistant IG, (Recruitment), PHQ, Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh.

Goa Govt reshuffles 37 senior IAS officers

The Goa government has carried out a major reshuffle in postings of IAS officers while assigning new duties to a total of 37 officers. Accordingly, Michael D’Souza has been posted as Additional Secretary (Housing) with additional charge of Director (Training) GIPARD, Nikhil Desai has been posted as Managing Director of Goa Tourism Development Corporation, Prasanna Acharya, who was awaiting posting, has been posted as Additional Collector-I South Goa, Arvind Bugde has been transferred as the Director of Handicrafts, Textile and Coir with additional charge of the post of CEO of Khadi and Village Industries Board, Gopal Parsekar has been posted as the Director of Panchayats, Meghanath Porob has been posted as Managing Director of Goa State SC and OBC Finance Development Corporation and Ex- officio Member Secretary of Goa State Commission for Backward Classes, Agnelo A J Fernandes posted as Managing Director of Goa State ST Finance and Development Corporation, and Derrick P Neto posted as Joint Secretary (ARD) with additional charge of Managing Director, GHRSSIDC, Sunil Masurkar has been posted as Additional Secretary (Finance), Raju Gawas as Director (Administration) of Electricity Department, Vasudev Shetye has been posted as Custodian of Evacuee Property with additional charge of Goa State Mental Health Authority, Rajan Satardekar posted as the Director of Transport, Prashant Shirodkar posted as Additional Commissioner of Excise, and Mahesh Corjuenkar as Special Land Acquisition officer of EDC with an additional charge of GSIDC, Johnson Fernandes has been posted as Managing Director of KTCL, Agnelo Fernandes as Chief Executive Officer of South Goa Zilla Panchayat, Narayan Gad posted as Director of Settlement and Land Records, and Ajit Pawaskar as Joint Secretary (Health), Ashutosh Apte has been posted as the Director of Mines and Geology, Dashrath Redkar as Additional Collector-II, North Goa, Meghana Shetgaonkar posted as the Director of Information and Publicity, Parag Nagarcekar posted as the Director of Social Welfare, Varsha Naik posted as Director (administration) of Education, Gourish Kuttikar as Joint Secretary (GAD), Brijesh Manerkar posted as State Registrar cum Head of Notary Services, Sheru Shirodkar as Member Secretary of Sanjay School for Special Education, and Santosh Kundaikar as the Director of Small Savings and Lotteries, Neetal Amonkar has been posted as Managing Director of Goa Education Development Corporation with an additional charge of State Project Director, Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan, Arvind Khutkar as Additional Collector-III, South Goa (Ponda), Pipi Murgaonkar as Director (Administration) Sports Authority of Goa, and Sagun Velip posted as Member Secretary of Ravindra Bhavan Margao, Sushma Kamat has been posted as Secretary of Goa Rehabilitation Board, Maria De’Souza as Director (Administration) – Directorate of Health Services, Gaurish Shankhawalkar as Chief Officer of Mormugao Municipal Council, Mahadev Araundekar as Additional Collector-III, North Goa, Sarita Marathe alias Gadgil as Additional Commissioner of Commercial Taxes-I and Sangeeta Rawool alias Porob has been posted as Director (Administration) of Higher Education.

Amitabh Banerjee selected as MD, Indian Railway Finance Corp (UPDATED)

Amitabh Banerjee (IRAS), Director (Finance), Konkan Railway Corporation Limited (KRCL), has been selected for the post of Managing Director, Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on June 19, 2019. Three candidates were interviewed for the same.

Manoj Kumar Prasad joins as Director (Tech), SECL (UPDATED)

Manoj Kumar Prasad, GM, NCL, has taken over the charge as Director (Technical), South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL).

Muktesh Chandra joins Delhi Police (UPDATED)

Muktesh Chandra has joined Delhi Police. He is yet to be given charge. He is an AGMUT cadre IPS officer and was DGP Goa. 

Justice R S Chauhan appointed CJ of Telangana HC (UPDATED)
Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan, Judge of Telangana High Court has been appointed as Chief Justice of Telangana High Court.
Justice V Ramasubramanian appointed CJ of Himachal Pradesh HC (UPDATED)
Justice V Ramasubramanian, Judge of Telangana High Court has been appointed as Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh High Court.
Braj Sharma is also Secretary, Justice and Legal Affairs (UPDATED)
Braj Raj Sharma, Secretary, Border Management, has been assigned an additional charge of Secretary Justice and Legal Affairs till June 30, 2019. He is a 1984 batch IAS officer of J&K cadre.
Ms Shefali Juneja appointed as Representative of India, ICAO, Montreal, Canada (UPDATED)
Ms Shefali Juneja, Joint Secretary, Civil Aviation, has been appointed as Representative of India (Joint Secretary level) in the Council of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Montreal, Canada under the Ministry of Civil Aviation. He is a 1992 batch IRS-IT officer.
N C Gupta is OSD to Lok Sabha Speaker (UPDATED)
N C Gupta, Joint Secretary, Loka Sabha has been appointed as Officer on Special Duty (OSD) to the Lok Sabha Speaker.
169 IAS Probationers of 2017 batch posted as Assistant Secretaries in GoI (UPDATED)
As many as 169 IAS Probationers of 2017 have been posted as Assistant Secretaries in various Ministries and Departments of Government of India on central deputation for a period of 13 weeks after completion of Phase II training at Lal Bahadu Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie.


WHISPERS - CORPORATE WORLD
Gope appointed Head (Mktg.), Khadim India

Khadim India Ltd has appointed Amit Kumar Gope as Head of Marketing.

Choudhary is CS of Celestial Biolabs

Celestial Biolabs Limited has appointed Hardeep Choudhary as Company Secretary of the company.

Ms Puri quits as Independent Director of Adlabs Entertainment

Ms Meghna Ghai Puri has quit as Non- Executive Independent Director of Adlabs Entertainment.

Kumar quits as CS of Jindal Cotex

Anil Kumar has quit as Company Secretary of Jindal Cotex.

Shah quits as Non Exec. Director of Boston Leasing and Finance.

Jinen Manoj Shah has quit as  Non-executive Director of Boston Leasing and Finance.

Whispers Forum
FORUM

DEBATE (1)

 

This Lok Sabha election was also an election like Presidential election in US and Narendra Modi emerged victorious.

 

Raveena Gill

 

DEBATE (2)

 

No doubt about it that in January 2022 country will have Presidential form of Government.

 

S Singh

 

Increasing revenue to spur the economy-2

 

Increasing revenue or cut the expenditure to make the money available for development of the country. Discrepancies in tax system should be minimized. Tax compliance in salary class is maximum but the benefits are not as given to professionals. Professional earning upto 50 lakhs gets rebate of 50% i.e. 25 lakhs without any problem where as others earning even Rs 5 lakhs has to give so many explanation and is discriminatory. Give the same advantage to salaried class also. This gives rise to inequality among equals and divide between poor and rich increases which results in 1% of population holds 73% of national wealth. This should be looked carefully in the budget 2019-20. Likewise many provident funds are available for investments/deduction like PPF, GPF, EPF, CPF but the interest rates are all different. There is need to harmonize the same that is same interest rates for all PF like age above 60 yrs is considered to be sr, citizens. Some of the points worth considering like: 1. Stopping of budgetary support to loss making PSUs and recapitalisation of banks. 2. Cutting down expenditure of non-essential items. 3. Freebies to be curtailed. Subsidies to be reduced instead create job and earning opportunities. 4. Monitoring of Foreign Exchange transaction thru RBI as gate keeping. 5. No tax and filing of returns upto 5 lakhs. Concentration of work towards higher income group to stop leaking of tax bucket. 6. Bring transparency and honesty in the system by creating some examples and lead role. No cash donation even not Rs. 2000/-. All cashless working. Receipt and expenditure to be in public domain for all NGOs, trust, parties etc. and paying the tax as formulated. Govt. will know the details of financial transaction and assets while filing of ITR by the concerned group. This will empower the Govt. to have necessary financial details as may be required in future. Let us hope for good budget to increase GDP growth, reduce inequality, spur the economy, creates more job opportunities, increase in farmers income etc. Good luck!

 

Naveen

DATE WITH RTI

Routine denial of information by CBI under section 24

The Complainant sought information regarding the details of criminal case registered against certain officers by Anti-Corruption wing of Central Bureau of Investigation. The representative of PIO regretted the exemption of Section 24 of RTI Act invoked by the PIO but went on to justify the denial under Section 8(1)(h) of RTI Act by claiming that although the investigation was completed and chargesheet was filed, the prosecution is still pending. The CIC admonished the representative of PIO for tendering feeble explanation without understanding the scope and ambit of Section 8(1)(h) of RTI Act. The CIC also reprimanded the PIO to have failed to gauge his conscience regarding the clear allegation of corruption referred in the RTI Application while taking the refuge of Section 24 of RTI Act. The PIO was warned to ensure that each RTI Application is assessed carefully for the applicability of Section 24 of RTI Act and to steer clear from using cyclostyled replies for all cases alike in future. The CIC noted that the PIO does not mention his name in the replies which further reflects on the prima-facie evasive and callous approach of the PIO in owning up to his acts of omission and commission. The PIO was directed to ensure in future that all correspondences sent under RTI Act by him should bear his name. A copy of the order was marked to the FAA to take note of the adverse remarks of the CIC and to look into the manner in which the PIO appears to be dodging request for information under the garb of Section 24 of RTI Act.

Comments

The CIC observed that the conduct of the PIO is reflective of his gross non-application of mind and irrational approach towards the letter and spirit of RTI Act. It is a wakeup call for the PIO’s to take a notice and not resort to cyclostyled replies to RTI queires.

Citation: B Bharathi v. CPIO, Head of Branch Central Bureau of Investigation in File No : CIC/CBRUI/C/2017/175974/SD, Date of Decision: 06/02/2019

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is an expert on RTI matters and has co-authored the books RIGHT TO INFORMATION - LAW AND PRACTICE and PIO’s guide to RTI. Her other articles can be read at the website of RTI Foundation of India at the link: http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/

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