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    The only topic being discussed in drawing rooms, chaupals and paanshops today across is India is Hazare and his call, people's response

    and the government's arrogance. Without going into the politicalpossibilities, what must concern us all is the state of the nation if

    this movement leads to nothing.It is rare in the history of any country when people

    in hundreds and thousands come out in the streets toseek answers from their rulers. It is more than rare ifsuch a display of people's resentment is peaceful andremains peaceful for more than a week. But this isprecisely what is happening in India. Not only arepeople coming out on streets with a simple demand,they are being joined by more of them in all corners ofthe country. It is unprecedented to find people lining upthe streets of places as distant as Nagaland andGujarat, Shimla and Chennai, Lucknow andHyderabad, and as small as Ujjain, Siliguri orVijaywada, raise a voice in unison, that is echoed byIndians living abroad.

    It is not too difficult to find out the reasons thatcaused this response to be historic. There are manyother reasons but these three appear mostconvincing:One, the issue has been raised by anindividual whosepersonal integrity isbeyond doubt and whodoes not have any reason- not even family - toproceed on this fast.Two, everyone has beena victim or part of ac o r r u p t i o n - r i d d e nenvironment, and at onetime must havewondered if anything could be done to eradicate it.This gives them a hope. Three, the establishment -count the governments at Centre and state, corporateand the media as well - has acquired such an aura ofinvincibility and arrogance that the ordinary lowerand middle class citizens have found themselves to beperpetually on the receiving end.

    It is important to consider as to what happens now.The government always had three options. One was toignore the initiative completely and move on as ifnothing had happened. Second was to accommodatewith a certain dignity that both sides deserved. Thethird was to crush the movement and send out a tersemessage that such expressions of dissent shall never betolerated. I have a strong feeling that the governmentactually wants to go ahead with the third option butdoes not have the guts because it fears the extent ofpeople's reaction. If the people get violent then it mayhave to resort to state violence and widespread arrests,leading to something like the 1975-emergencysituations. But there is no Jayaprakash Narayanaround and Manmohan Singh is no Indira Gandhi.

    Ideally the government should have accommodatedthe people's viewpoint with dignity and anacknowledgement of the fact that the people at largehad risen against its perceived inaction on corruption.But it has entangled itself horribly between the optionof ignoring it and crushing it. The result is beforeeveryone to see. Never before has any government inindependent India made such a spectacle of itself thatordinary people in other countries are reacting in

    dismay and amazement. The reactions of people incyberworld from the US, Africa and Pakistan make foran interesting and eye-opening read. More so is theparticipation of foreigners living in India -- goes on toshow that even they have been victim of India's famedcorrupt system at one time or the other during theirstay or earlier visits.

    The only topic being discussed in drawing rooms,chaupals and paan shops today across is India is Hazareand his call, people's response and the government'sarrogance, the imminent decline of the Congress andthe possibility of the collapse of the government.Without going into the political possibilities, what mustconcern us all is the state of the nation if thismovement leads to nothing. The government, with theprime minister at his eloquent worst, has made it clearwith its strange responses that it is not serious about assimple a thing as bringing about a tougher anti-

    corruption law. It isclear that it fears manyof its own party andgovernment may becaught in the net ifsuch a tough law isenacted. The manner inwhich it is oscillatingbetween insults andregrets is indicative ofa comedy, but for the

    element of humour in it. The situation out there on thestreets is too serious for a pseudo-comic response butthe battery of lawyers in the cabinet cannot notice it.

    Imagine for a moment that the government, to beaided very soon by the emotional appeal of theCongress president, manages to wriggle out of thissituation without accommodating most of Hazare'sdemands. The batter of lawyers, the venom spoutingparty spokesmen, the arrogant castelord from Bihar,the farmlord from Maharashtra all will force thenation to watch them gloat in their success at"restoring democratic rule of law." The people who hadgone out with such hope, flags, slogans and facepaint,will be forced to stay indoors for a long time before theyemerge out, and the media, finally having achievedwhat it always wanted secretly, will go to town withstories of how "anti-Indian forces had taken India toransom for weeks by funding a non-existentmovement!"

    All the columns in newspapers and magazines thathad been filled with history of corruption, examples ofcorruption, backgrounders, curtain raisers etc willnow be filled with reports of how a "resurgent" UPAgovernment has taken up the task of "cleansing" thesystem, of course with foreign investment.

    The people of India will not dare show theirresentment on any issue, for at least another half acentury, so crestfallen would they have become.

    Does this appear scary? If you don't want to happen,then hope the government wants to keepparliamentary democracy alive in this country.

    What can happen?

    Never before has any government inindependent India made such a spectacle

    of itself that ordinary people in othercountries are reacting in dismay and

    amazement.

    Ratan Mani Lal

    Ideally the

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    In Libya, the reality that Col Gaddafi's regime hascrumbled is sinking in across the country. Thosewho have been fighting for change in the past sixmonths can for the first time focus their attentionon the post-Gaddafi era. Meanwhile, as the fightingintensifies for the last kill, the United nationsSecretary General Ban Ki-moon has called for theinternational community to work together torestore order in Libya and for fighting to end.

    Mr Ban said the crisis had entered a "new anddecisive phase" and said the emphasis must now beon ensuring there was a smooth transition ofleadership.

    Rebels say they have almost complete control ofTripoli, while fighting continues in the east. Thereare widespread shortages of fuel, food and medicalsupplies. There has been some fighting, mainly inand around the international airport, but the citycentre is mostly quiet. On Friday, many people wentto mosques across the capital for the first Fridayprayers since rebels took the city.

    The city is suffering from widespread power cutsand almost no running water, but some police arereturning to the streets and shops are starting to re-open.

    Speaking after a UN meeting in New York, Mr Bansaid there was an "urgent need to put an end to theconflict and restore order and stability".

    "Most immediately, we have asked for urgenthumanitarian assistance, particularly as it relatesto medical aid and basic public services, includingwater and sanitation and education.

    The UN chief also urged better relations betweenLibya's National Transitional Council (NTC) andthe African Union, which has so far refused torecognise them as the legitimate government.

    Mr Ban said the international community shouldalso be prepared to support Libyan police capacity,"bearing in mind that the country is awash withsmall arms".

    Search continuesMeanwhile, the search for Gaddafi continued,

    days after the rebels offered a reward to anyone whokills or captures the 69-year-old.

    Reports from Egypt said a convoy of armouredcars had crossed from Libya into Algeria. It was notimmediately clear who was in the vehicles, butsources said they were high-ranking officials.

    In recent days, there has been an increase ofreports of human rights abuses in and aroundTripoli, as fighting has subsided in parts. OnFriday, more than 200 decomposing bodies werefound abandoned at a hospital in the Abu Salimdistrict, following recent fighting there.

    Correspondents say doctors and nurses had fledthe hospital days before because of fighting. It wasunclear when the victims had died or who killedthem.

    Correspondents who visited the site said thescene defied the imagination, with a strong stenchof death, and the floors thick with blood.

    Tripoli is a city of two million people with noeffective political direction or leadership. The realpolitical leadership and the people who need to takecontrol of the situation are not here and practicallywhat that means is that when itcomes to resources like waterthere is none, and there's hardlyany electricity and only thosehotels or buildings withgenerators had any power.

    There's also a huge problem ofpublic health - with no water orproper sanitation there's a verydifficult issue developing inmany parts of the city.

    Border with TunisiaLibyan rebels have defeated

    Gaddafi loyalists at a bordercrossing with Tunisia, seizingcontrol of a key check post thatcould open much-need supplyroutes into the country.

    Rebel forces raised their flaglate on Friday on the Ras Ajdirborder post, the primarycrossing between Libya andTunisia, in a win that will allowthem to bring in supplies andaid to the capital, Tripoli.

    A street-by-street rebelonslaught has pushed most ofthe remnants of Gaddafi's armyto the southern outskirts ofTripoli and the rebels' mainfocus now in central Tripoli is toclear out any pro-Gaddafiloyalists that may still be hiding.

    Elsewhere, British warplanesstruck a large bunker inGaddafi's hometown of Sirte onFriday, as NATO turned itsattention to loyalist forcesbattling advancing Libyan rebels in the area.

    With the pockets of resistance remaining,security was still a concern in the country, and theInternational Red Cross warned that the securitysituation was making it difficult to bring inemergency supplies to the capital.

    The United Nations, the African Union, the ArabLeague and the European Union have alsoexpressed concern, and urged all sides in Libya toavoid reprisals, EU foreign policy chief CatherineAshton said on Friday.

    "Colonel Gaddafi must avoid further bloodshed byrelinquishing power and calling on those forcesthat continue to fight to lay down their arms andprotect civilians," she said.

    "Under UN leadership, we agreed to call on allparties to respect international humanitarian andinternational human rights obligations. Thereshould be no reprisals."

    Gaddafi erain Libya close to its end

    Rebel opposition forces have gained almost total control of the Libyan capital Tripoli, marking the end of thedecades-long regime of Col Muammar Gaddafi

  • SpecialSpecial Lucknow, August 27, 2011 15

    By Ratan Mani Lal

    Tarapur (Maharashtra): Therehabilitation package given to theplant affected persons (PAPs) inand around Tarapur in Thanedistrict of Maharashtra have morethan compensated the people fortheir loss. The people haveactually generated life time assetsthat they have kept aside, oftenunattended, as they go about lifeas usual.

    This is quite apleasant surpriseespecially in presenttimes whencompensation for landacquired for industrialor other purposes hassnowballed into anational crisis of sorts.Not only the affectedpeople in Tarapur havebeen given houses in aplanned township, theyare also being providedservices for a life timesuch as school, post office,hospital, community centre, shopsand electricity.

    The Nuclear PowerCorporation of India Ltd. (NPCIL)that runs the atomic powerstations in the country, hasdeveloped two housing enclaves inPopharan and Akarpatti villages(both located in the tribal area) inPalghar taluka of Thane district.Under the rehabilitation package,single-storey ground floordwellings of 370 sq ft each wereconstructed on a well laid-out plotof land that had been acquired byNPCIL. Along with the houses, aschool, a zila parishad building,community centre, hospital, postoffice and a market place were alsoconstructed. Nearly 60 to 70 percent of the claimants werefishermen, and they do not livehere. With the year 2005determined as the cut off forestablishing the legitimate PAPs, atotal 1250 such dwellings weremade. The stipulation was toprovide one dwelling for everyadult member of the family.

    But now, as years have passed,not only the number of members

    in a family is growing, but someminor have attained majority aswell, so there is a demand thatmore such houses be given to themalso. "But at this rate the demandmay never end," feels Mr D.D.Akre, chairman of the publicawareness and welfare activitycell (PAWAC) of TAPS. The PAPcommittee office bearers, however,have a different view. "All we want

    is permanent jobs in the NPCIL,"says Priyanka More, a vocal

    member of the committee atPopharan.

    Manudas, president of thevillage panchayat samiti, alsoagrees that providing houses isnot an issue but jobs could be, as afisherman does not have a regularsource of income all through theyear. "They come to live here whenthe fishing season is off, whatwould they do for that period?" To

    this, the NPCIL response is that inthe power plant, the only jobs that

    could be given to such people werethe unskilled ones such as incleaning, canteen andhousekeeping. And as a matter ofpolicy, all such works have beenoutsourced. Interestingly, whilethe villagers say the NPCIL mustforce the contractor to employ thevillagers, the plant managementsays it cannot do so as a matter ofpolicy.

    PAP members agree that therehabilitation and compensationpackage offered and given byNPCIL is much more than whatthe Maharashtra stategovernment gives for its projectsanywhere in the state. "Thebenchmark set by us is high and itmight be difficult for any otherorganization to reach it," says

    another official of thePAWAC. Besides, therunning andmaintenance of manyfacilities has to be doneby the stateadministration whichsometimes is lacking.

    The village schoolin Popharan is a well-built and managedfacility, with furniture,drinking water,blackboards, postersetc adorning the roomsand walls. Those

    people who still live here havedeveloped the ground floorindependent two-roomeddwellings into beautiful rowhouses with colourful faade. Andthose who pursue earning theirlivelihood elsewhere have leftthese assets at the mercy of theweather and vandalism. "It painsus to see the dwellings lying insuch neglect, but we cannot forcethe owners to live here. They arefishermen and live close to thecoast with their families. Thesehouses are assets which theymight retain or sell off as in thefuture, they wish," says Mr Akre.

    Incidentally the number ofactual residents in Akarpattivillage is much higher as fewer ofthem are fishermen. The place hasa prosperous look with thenumber of well-built, decoratedhouses here being much higher.

    The NPCIL welfare cellmembers routinely visit the twovillages to meet the inhabitants,provide the school and hospitalwith whatever is lacking, andkeeping general contact for anypossible problems that may belurking beneath the surface.

    Setting an exampledifficult to emulate

    The wetland around the Tarapur Atomic PowerPlant looks more like a vast bird sanctuarywith migratory birds resting and playingaround in the lush green surroundings.

    The Tarapur Effect -2

    Residents of the colony for displaced persons. An expanded house

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  • 17Lucknow, August 27, 2011CityCity

    Hospitals

    Balrampur -0522-224040KGMC -0522-265224, 268756Vivekananda-0522-321277Queens Mary-0522- 266007, 2258564Gandhi Memorial and Associated Hospitals(Medical College)-Vice Chancellor-PBX-0522-2257450, 2257451Noor Manzil Psychiatric Clinic-0522-2623967,2282491Trauma Center-0522-2258426Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital-0522-2720399,2720369, 2720456Duffrin Hospital-0522-220051Civil Hospital-0522-2239007

    Airlines

    State Airline Sevices-0522-436504,222911,437565,435780Air India City Office-0522-2624618Toll Free No.-1800-180-1407, 1800-227-722Indian Airlines Airport-0522-436327, 436132Chaudhay Charan Singh Amausi Airport-0522-436793

    JetLite Airport-0522-437771, 436188Indigo Airlines-0522-2209643, 22049644

    Railways

    Enquiry-135, 0522-635481Northern Railways Charbagh-0522-2385182Computerized Reservation-13351330Public Complaint-0522-22177911Station Master (NR)-0522-2456380Station Master (NER)-0522-2456303 FareEnquiry-0551-155210

    Roadways

    Charbagh Bus Stand-0522-434009, 450988Kaiserbagh Bus Stand-0522-2622503Alambagh Bus Stand (A.C)-9415049750Alambagh Bus Stand (Ordinary)-0522-2458096Awadh Bus Stand (Gomti Nagar)-05222622427

    Fire Station

    Alambagh- 0522-455555Indira Nagar-0522-3488100Bakshi Ka Talab-0522-312222P.G.I-0522-440000Chowk-0522-253100Hazaratganj-0522-21444444, 222222Electric Helpline Emergencies-1800-180-8752

    Police Help - Police- 100

    Control Room-0522-229347LESA No.-0522-220934

    Substations

    Gomtinagar-0522-2393433Indira Nagar (sec-21)-0522-2716450Indira Nagar-0522-2712743Ashiyana-0522-2423756Alambagh-0522-2471202Kapoorthala-0522-2326898Jankipuram-0522-2361246Aliganj-0522-2321934Lalbagh-0522-2200622

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    Main Control Room-9838202526Lalbagh Nagar Nigam Office-0522-2620196Aishbagh Compound Jal Sansthan Office-0522-2268917Sector b-Aliganj-0522-2322424Alambagh Chandernagar-0522-2726265Indira Nagar (A block behind ConventionCenter)-0522-2346858Rajajipuram (C block Pani ki Tanki) 0522-2418350

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