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TMV-MP/4U/7.00

SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE (CONTD.): It is not "entry into force". The "entry into force" will come after the finalisation of the 123 Agreement. Therefore, I can assure Mr. Yechury that it is not going to be done, whatever be the intention. I don't doubt the source of the quotation which you have made. It is, perhaps, impossible and not going to take place, within such a short period of time, as it is not "entry into force", before the passage of the 123 Agreement by the US Congress. Hon. Members should have noted that it also provides for the NSG guidelines being properly adjusted before the approval of 123 Agreement. The application of safeguards on reactors, identified as civilian by us, will only take place when the international cooperation is resumed. Members should also recall that it should be implemented in a phased manner up to 2014. Thus the principle of reciprocity has been fully safeguarded. I should add that India would only conclude the safeguards agreement with the IAEA, and not with anybody, not even with the US.

Now, the question is whether full civil nuclear cooperation is going to be met or not. The promise of full civil nuclear cooperation has also been commented upon extensively. It has been argued that the legislation does not address our permanent entitlement to reprocess foreign-origin spent fuel or enrich foreign-origin uranium. Hon. Members who have read the legislation carefully would have noted that there is nothing in the legislation which bars India from reprocessing such spent fuel or enriching imported uranium. I should inform the Members that this particular issue is actually a key element of our ongoing negotiations of 123 Agreement. We are clear that there can be no recurrence of the Tarapore situation where India is denied the right to reprocess the spent fuel. Some Members have expressed concern that the legislation provides for only conditional access to reprocessing, enrichment and heavy water technology. We should note that the US has a universally applicable policy of not transferring such sensitive technologies to any country, irrespective of whether that country is a nuclear weapon State or a non-nuclear weapon State. In that sense, there is no discriminatory provision against India. The legislation, in fact, specifies the condition under which such transfers to India would be possible. While we carefully evaluate the implications, I will also remind Members that our scientists have already established an indigenous infrastructure for processing, enrichment and heavy water production.

Members have expressed some anxiety about the supply assurances worked out on 2nd March, 2006, whether it would be fully honoured in the light of the legislation. The US administration has categorically conveyed, as I have mentioned to you, that the legislation provides that it is the authority to fulfil all those commitments that it has made to India, both in the July 18th statement and in the Separation Plan.

I have already explained to the Members about the issue of conducting nuclear tests.

Now, about the end-use monitoring, some Members have made some comments. I would like to suggest, as Members are aware, that this is not a new practice directed towards India. All the Governments, since 1985, have been implementing the end-use procedures. We have already been scrupulous about honouring our assurances and indeed have established a reputation for responsibility on that basis. At the same time, utmost care has been taken to see that our national security and strategic autonomy is not compromised in any manner. This will remain our guiding principle. Members should also know that India requires end-use procedures for its own high technology exports.

Some confusion has been sought to be created regarding the basis of India-specific additional protocol. Let me clearly state that references in the legislation to a particular model of additional protocol do not, in any way, detract from our entitlement to negotiate an India-specific additional protocol with the IAEA. (Contd. by VK/4W)

VK/4W/7.05

SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE (CONTD): Members would note that even an NPT nuclear weapon State like the USA has followed the same model for its additional protocol with IAEA as the one that is referred to in the legislation, with exemptions and exceptions based on national security and other considerations.

Certain questions have been raised in regard to fissile material production moratorium. I would also like to mention it clearly that the legislation does not impose any obligation on India by the way of fissile material production moratorium as a condition of cooperation. Certainly, the views of some Members of the Congress have found expressions in some provisions of the legislation. As far as India is concerned, our commitment is limited to the 18 July Joint Statement to work with the USA for the conclusion of a multilateral FMCT. Their position is quite clear. It must be non-discriminatory. It must be universal and it must be verifiable. Therefore, no interim, bilateral, regional or ad hoc initiatives in this field are acceptable to us. We are clear that this is a civil nuclear energy cooperation agreement and this is not an arms control measure. Our scientists have referred to Section 109 of the legislation concerning the possibility of joint research by India and US scientists on non-proliferation and safeguards. There are apprehensions that this could result in inclusive scrutiny of our strategic programme. The legislation does not require, but only authorises the administration to explore the possibility of such joint research. Secondly, there is no compulsion on India to accept such proposals. In fact, in the Conference Document itself, as I mentioned, Section 109 is not intended to create an obligation for India to meet but rather to open an avenue for increased cooperation on topics of concern for both the countries.

Mr. Chairman, Sir, it has also been pointed out by some hon. Members, and they even used phrases like 'mortgage', 'mortgage of independent foreign policy'. The Prime Minister categorically stated that the foreign policy of a country is an extension of its national policy. The foreign policy of a country is determined on the basis of the requirement to safeguard and to advance the national interest. Therefore, it cannot be determined by anybody else. And, even our threat percept depends on our own perception. As an old hat in the Defence Ministry when somebody asked me, I told them very categorically that my threat percept depends on my own perception, not on your perception. Whether India has a threat or not, it is for the Government of the day in office chosen by the people of the country to determine what is the threat percept. Similarly, it is for the Government of the day chosen by the people of the country to determine what is in the best interest of their foreign policy. Yesterday, I mentioned that and I am repeating it, my relation with one country is independent of its relation or approach with other countries. With Iran, we have civilizational links, long before these things came and that civilizational link will continue. Somebody was asking, "Why are we giving up the Iran gas pipeline project? We are getting gas at cheap price." Perhaps, the hon. Member is a little learned. The agreement which was entered into from the Iranian side, the suggestion is that the prices are to be revised. (Contd. by 4X)

RG/7.10/4x

SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE (contd.): Instead of going through newspaper articles, if these questions had been raised here, I would have answered them earlier. I myself had a detailed discussion with the Iran's Foreign Minister when he came over here. He suggested that the Agreement, which was made at that point of time, about the prices of gas, required to be revised. We are engaged in the negotiations. The pipeline project has not been given up. Who said that the pipeline project has been given up? But, surely, a project of this dimension would require assistance from financiers; we have to get money to implement it. We are seriously considering it. Therefore, Mr. Chairman, Sir, I see no reason why we should have any doubt, why we should have any suspicion. It is true that our Treaties are not ratified by the Parliament. But it is equally true; even more unceremoniously as you dismiss your domestic servant, the House has the power to dismiss the Government by bringing in a Motion of No Confidence and if it is carried by a majority of the House. That is the strength of the Parliamentary system of Government. For every action, we are accountable to you. In our excitement, in our enthusiasm, we should not forget that those who are sitting here today would be sitting on the other side tomorrow, as it has exactly happened. The only thing which I would like to remind the hon. Members sitting there right now is, please do not change your policy with the change of the seat, which they are doing more often than not. When I was listening to Joshiji, it just reminded me of 1994, and with that, Mr. Chairman, Sir, I would conclude. It was in connection with the passage of the Patents Act. India signed the WTO, and I was the villain of the piece. As the then Commerce Minister, I had to bring that Amendment. For three days I could not even make my case presented here. There were so much uproarious scenes, and they shouted that the sovereignty had been mortgaged. I do not know myself as to how many times I have mortgaged India's sovereignty! When, in 1982, as India's Finance Minister, I entered into an extended financial facility with the IMF, my Left friends accused me that I had mortgaged India's sovereignty. Further, I was the only Finance Minister from among the developing countries who did not take the last instalment of the loan and also returned 1.1 billion SDR to the IMF. What I was saying is that a drama was enacted on the floor of the House. As per the terms of the Agreement, we were to amend the Patents Act of 1970. We could not do it, and Shri Murli Manohar Joshi, while participating in the debate, told me that I had no guts. He said, "Put up some guts and reject the Bill. Tell the WTO that we would not sign this Agreement." All these are in the red books here. After sometime, by democratic rule, from here I went there, and Joshiji came here from there. And, their Government had to pass that Bill with our support. The Left opposed then. The Left opposed during my time, and the Left opposed during their time. But I do believe what is good for the country does not depend on which side of the House I sit. If it is good, it is good whether I sit here or I sit there. Despite the opposition from some of my colleagues, I gave them an assurance that the Congress (I) Party would support the Bill, and with that support, the Patents Bill was passed. The country has been benefited; the Indian pharmaceutical industry is booming. Thank you, Sir.

(Followed by 4y)

4y/7.15/ks-akg

SHRI SITARAM YECHURY: Sir, I just wish to make one point. I am sure, the hon. External Affairs Minister would yield for a minute. All that we want you to assure the House is that without these assurances -- the assurances given by the hon. Prime Minister earlier in the House and the assurances made by you -- no 123 Agreement will be entered into. That is the assurance we want. That is all.

SHRI PRANAB MUKHERJEE: Sir, I have stated categorically, and the hon. Prime Minister has categorically stated, that we shall have to seek clarifications, we shall have to get these things reflected in the Agreement under 123. What more assurance do you want? (Interruptions) (Ends)

MR. CHAIRMAN: Statements by Ministers.

STATEMENT RE. IMPLEMENTATION OF THIRTY-SIXTH AND

THIRTY-SEVENTH REPORTS OF DEPARTMENT-RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

 

THE MINISTER OF FINANCE (SHRI P. CHIDAMBARAM): Sir, I lay a statement on the status of implementation of recommendations contained in the Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh Reports of the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance.

STATEMENT RE. IMPLEMETNATION OF HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIXTH REPORT OF DEPARTMENT -RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

 

THE MINISTER OF YOUTH AFFAIRS AND SPORTS (SHRI MANI SHANKAR AIYAR): Sir, I lay a statement on the status of implementation of recommendations contained in the Hundred Seventy-sixth Report of the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human Resource Development.

STATEMENT RE. IMPLEMENTATION OF

NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE ACT AND

OF COMPONENTS OF BHARAT NIRMAN

 

ִ ׾ ӡ ( ӿ ֤ ) : , (i) ™ߵ ִ ָ ָ ׬׮ִֵ ֵԮֵ֮ ãן (ii) ִ ׾ ӡֵֻ ִ׮֟ ָ ׮ִ ӑ֙ ֵԮֵ֮ ãן ִ֮ ֮ ֌־ ֳ ֙ ָ ֟

STATEMENT RE. IMPLEMENTATION OF THIRTY-SECOND REPORT OF DEPARTMENT-RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

 

THE MINISTER OF COMPANY AFFAIRS (SHRI PREM CHAND GUPTA): Sir, I lay a statement on the status of implementation of recommendations contained in the Thirty-second Report of the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee  on Finance.

 

STATEMENT RE. IMPLEMENTATION OF FOURTEENTH REPORT OF DEPARTMENT-RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON COAL AND STEEL

 

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF COAL (DR. DASARI NARAYANA RAO): Sir, I lay a statement on the status of implementation of recommendations contained in the Fourteenth Report of the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Coal and Steel.

(Ends)

MR. CHAIRMAN: We shall take up Special Mentions now.

SSS-SCH

SPECIAL MENTIONS

DEMAND FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF SUBRAMANIAM COMMITTEE REPORT'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR KEEPING ARMY ACTIVE AND YOUNG

 

ָ ֻ ӛ־ֻ (֬ Ϥ): , ָֻ ־֕ '־֮' ֮֋ ֮ ֱ׸ ϴ ׾ֿ . δ޵ִ ֮ ׸ ָָ ֛ ֻ ֟ ֮ ֟ ֤ ׮ ֻ, ӛ-ןֲ֟ ׻ ֕ ׻ ֮ ֱ׸ ָߵ ֮ ־֮ ֮ ֛ וֵ 17 ֻ ֵ֕ ֟ ֻ ֮ ß־ ָ , 20 ֵֻܵ

ֻ֟߮ ָ֮ 㮤 ן ӲӬ . ָ֮ ִָֻ ß־ ָ 1985 ָָ , וִ ֟ ָ פ 40 ןֿ֟ וֵ ֟ ׻֋ ֤ ׬׸ ß־ ֵ֜, ָָ ָֻ ֲ ־֕ ָ ׾ָ֓ ֟ ևԅ ָ ָָ ָ פ ֵ ִԻ ֮ ׮ ֲֻ և ֙׻ֵ֮ ׻֋ և ֟ ֛ ֟ ֋ ׮ ״ֻ ֋߅ ָ ׮ ֮ ײֻ ֳ ӓ-: ָ ֵ ֋, ו ֋ ףֵָ ָߤ

ָָ ָߵ ־֮ ֮־-㌟ ֮ ָߵ ָ և ֱ׸ ָ ӳ߸֯ ׾ָ֓ , ֮ ӲӬ ־ֿ (ִ֯)

-SSS/MCM-NBR

CONCERN OVER THEFT OF RARE MANUSCRIPT

SHRI SK. KHABIR UDDIN AHMED (WEST BENGAL): Sir, I stand to draw the attention of this House to the reported theft of a rare manuscript in golden letters by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, which is worth Rs. 1 crore. It is learnt that on 10th December, 2006, the manuscript was stolen from Tekrai Raj Inter School of Bihar. Incidentally, it may be noted that Magadh Division Commissioner, Mr. Shakti Kumar Negi, had cautioned the Tekrai Raj Inter School to be on alert when he came to know the presence of the valuable manuscript during the Krishi Mela organised on the school campus. I wonder when the antique smuggling has spread its tentacles in Gaya in recent times, why such a valuable rare manuscript was not kept into the custody of Museum Authorities. I request the hon. Minister of Home Affairs to help the Government of Bihar in recovering the manuscript, nabbing the culprits and, above all, ensure that the manuscript does not go out of the country. Thank you. (Ends)

DEMAND FOR TELECASTING GURU GOLVALKAR'S BIOGRAPHY

ֻ (֜) : , ָ ־ֻ ֮ ֲ֟ ָ ִו-ִָ֟ ֵ ִ ֮֕, Ϭ֮ ӡ, ֯Ϭ֮ ӡ ֟Դ֮ ֤ ֿ ׾ ׾ֵֻ֪ ֬֯ ׾־֮֮ և ֟ ֮ ,(ӑ ϴ ֟) ӛ Ͼ ™ ָ ִ , ߸ ָ ׾ֵֻ ׻֋ ָָ ֙ ָ ָ֕ ׸ ׮Ե , ׾ֳ֮֕ ϳ׾֟ ֮ ߅ ֚ ָ ןֲӬ ִׯ ָ ־ԡ ֮ Ӥ פ, - ׻֋ ßָ ™ן ٯ֟ ֋, ӕֲ ֵ ӟ և, ߮ ־֮ , á ׮ִӡ ָ ׸֤ ׻ֵօ ֵ֮㌟ ׾֪֣, ™ٯ֟ ̤֕, ֟ ֮־, ֮־ד֟ ׿, ֻ ־ֵ㌟ ™ ׻֋ ׮þ֣ ֮֕ן, ׾ ָ ؓ֟ ׻֋ ֮ פ þ֯ ™ ָ ׾־֮Ӥ ׿ֻ-ôָ ֮־֮, ֵ֓ ֤ ָ ֵ׮֟ ָ þ ֵ ָ כ ֻ ֯ þã ָ ֤õ ָ ֤ ֨ӕן և ߅ ָָ ׮־ ־ ߜ ׻֋ ߾֮ ׸ ׸ ִד֟ ־ã ֮־֤ (ִ֯)

-NBR-USY/GS

DEMAND FOR INCLUSION OF MORE CASTES IN S.C. LIST

׻ (׸): , ָ ׾֮֬ ִו, ٣ ™ ֮ ׯ֔ ֮ - ָ ׾֬ Ϥ֮ ֵ ִ ד֟ ן, ֮ ן ֣ ׯ֔ ֯ ד֟ ן ִָ, , ֙, ֻ פ ןֵ ֵ ָ Ϥ ָ, ֯, ֻ, ϕ֯ן, ֻ פ ןֵ ָ߲ ֮ ߾֮ ֮֯ ֲֻ֟ ד֟ ן ֳ ֮ ןֵ ָ֤ ãן ֮ ߾֮ ֟ߟ

ָ Ϥ ָָ ָ ןֵ Ϥ ד֟ ןֵ ״׻֟ ֮ ß־ ִו, ٣ ßָ ןֵ ߓ ָ Ϥ ןֵ ד֟ ן ״׻֟ ׻֋ ָ֮֮

֯ ִ֬ ָָ ָ Ϥ ֯, ֻ, ϕ֯ן, ֻ, ײ֮, ׮֤ פ ןֵ ד֟ ןֵ ״׻֟ ֋ ֣ ֕ã֮ פ ֙ ן ָ ָ Ϥ, ִ-߸ ֣ Ϥ ֻ ֙ ׯ֔ ״׻֟ ֵԾ ֵ (ִ֯)

DEMAND FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A WORLD-CLASS NEW SPACE STATION IN INDIA

ֵ ֿ Ͼֻ (™ߵ ֮֕֬ , פ) : , ָ ׻֋ ֮ ֟ ֮ ־ֻ ֤ ָߵ ָ ӟ׸ ֡ ߟ ׾׻ִֵ ӟ׸ סֵ ӟ׸ ֮ כָ ӟ ™ߵ ӟ׸ ָ֟ ׻֋ ӟ׸ ׾פ 2003 ӟ׸ ֮ ײֵ ԙ ֤ 4 ֮ ָ ֵ ֮ ׿ ֵֻ֙ ߟ ׾׻ִֵ, ָߵ , ״ֿ֮ ֮ ӕ׮ֵָ 6 ߮ ׬ ׻֋ ӟ ™ߵ ӟ׸ ֣ ߵ ӟ׸ ִԮ ׾֮ ִ ߙ ã֮ ߅ ָ ׻֋ ֟ כָ ӟ׸ ֡ ײ֮ ֬ ִ֮ ߅

ָ ׻֋ ־ ֟ ӟ׸ ֮ כָ ָߵ ׸ ֡ ߟ ׾׻ִֵ 8 ׾׿™ ӟ׸ סֵ ״׻֟ ֵ , ו֮ ӟ׸ ֮ ϴ ָ ׻֋ ׬ ֮֟ ֟ ָߵ ߟ ӟ ™ߵ ӟ׸ ָ ֹ ֕ י ִ ӕִ 17 פִָ, 2006 ӟ ™ߵ ӟ׸ ֮ ֵ օ ֮֟ ָߵ ߟ ׾׻ִֵ ß֮ ִ

ָ ָ ָָ ֵ ӟ׸ ãׯ֟ ו ßָ ׾ ӟ׸ ֛ ֲָָ ִ ֮ (ִ֯)

VP/SC

CONCERN OVER RISE IN PRICES OF ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES

ִ ֻ ֳϾֻ (ӕֲ) : , ִ ֮֟ ֪֮ ָ 滵 ר ָ ֮ ׾ ׮־ ׿ ֵ ֪ ֤֣ 滵 ִ֮ ִ ֮֟ , ߴָ ֮ ֮ ׻֋ ֵ ֻ ֻ ָߤ ׿ ֵ ָ 滵 ר ָ ֮֮ ן ־ֿ

֯ ִ֬ ָָ ֮ פ֮ ֪ ֤֣ ׾ָ֟ ׮ֵӡ ֲ ָָ ׮ֵӡ և ֵ ׮ֵӡ ֵ , ֲ ָ֕ և ָ֟ ֜ և ָ և ߕ և ֮֜ monopoly ֮ , ו ָ ִ ֳ ß ָָ ׮ֵӡ ִ֮֮

ָָ ָָ ߑןֿߑ ִ ֳꌟ ̴ָ ֪ ֤֣ ׮ֵӡ և ֵ ֯ ֮ ִ և ״ֻ (Ends)

CONCERN OVER AGITATION BY BEEDI WORKERS IN KARNATAKA

SHRI JANARDHANA POOJARY (KARNATAKA): Sir, beedi factory owners and workers are greatly agitated and are likely to turn violent over the proposal of the Government to introduce VAT on beedis from 1.4.2007 and its order to the beedi manufacturers to print warning on the beedi packets in terms of the 'Cigarettee and Other Tobacco Products Act.'

The owners and the workers alike perceive these measure as sounding the death knell for the beedi industry and threatening their very survival.

There are about eight to nine lakh beedi workers in Karnataka. Of these, four lakh beedi workers are in Dakshin Kannada and Udupi Districts alone. There is not a single hospital to cater to the health needs of these poor beedi workers in these two districts. Further, among the women beedi workers in these two districts, 30 per cent are Muslims and 20 per cent are Dalits. Nearly two lakh beedi workers are deprived of the welfare measures of the Labour Welfare Organisation and 50 per cent of their children are denied educational scholarships.

Considering the indigent condition of the beedi workers, I appeal to the Government to immediately withdraw its proposals to impose VAT on beedis and printing of warnings on their packets and ensure that all beedi workers get the benefit of the welfare measures of the Labour Welfare Organisation, including setting up of hospitals for beedi workers in Dakshin Kannada and Udupi districts and grant of educational scholarship to all beedi workers children. (Ends)

PK/MP

DEMAND FOR GIVING THE STATUS OF

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY TO PATNA UNIVERSITY

 

. ִ ӛָ (ײָ) : , ֙ ׾׾ֵֻ֪, ײָ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ֵ֮, ֮֯ ֣ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ֯ ן ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ֡ -׾֤ Ͽ֮, , ӕ׮ֵظ, ד ֯ ײָ ִ ֮ ןš פև ײָ ֚ , ֲ֤ ߵ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ײֵָ ׻֋ ֟ ֤ ײָ ֤õ ָ ִֵ-ִֵ ָ ֵ ֟ ײָ, ֓߮ ִֵ ׿ ןš ײָ ӟָ™ߵ ܵן ֻӤ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ֿ ֕ ׾֮֫ ֵԙ ֮ ׾֮֫ ֵԙ ֟

ָָ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ֓߮֟, ןš ֣ ײֵָ ™֟ ֟ ֙ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ߑ ߵ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ פ ֋ ֮־֤ (ִ֯)

 

DEMAND FOR RESERVATION IN JOBS

FOR DALIT MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS

 

(ָ Ϥ) : , ֤ ֮ ִֻ֮ և ׻֟ , ãן פ֮ 5 פִָ, 2006 ָ Ϥ ׾֮֬ ֳ ׸ וִ ֵ ׾֮֬ ӿ֮ ָָ ׸ ׻֟ ִֻ֮ ևԵ ָ פ ֋ ָָ ׾ָ֓ ׻֋ ߤ ֵ ָָ ׻֟ ָ ߅ ׻֟ ִֻ֮ և ן ־ ״֮֙ š״ ׻֟, ûִ և ֋ , ָ ֳ ״ֻ֟, ֲ ו ן Ӳ׬֟ , ן ד֟ ן ֟ ֵ ָָ ׸ ָ ״ֻ֟ ָ Ϥ ָָ ׾ָ֓ ן, ד֟ ן ֟ և , ׸ ָ ״ֻ֮ , ִ ßãן ׻֟ ֻ֟ ֮ߵ : ׻֟ ָ ִ֕ ֛ ֳ׮֟ օ ָ ׾֮֬ ־֮ ֱֻ : ָָ ׮־ ָ ־ֿ ֮ ֤־ ׻֟ ִֻ֮ ևԵ ָָ ׸ ָ פ ֋ ֮־֤ (ִ֯)

ASC-SKC

SACHAR COMMITTEE REPORT IN URDU

SHRI MOINUL HASSAN (WEST BENGAL): Sir, the Prime Minister's High Level Committee headed by Justice Rajendra Sachar prepared a report on the social, economic and educational status of the Muslim community. The Report of the Sachar Committee was placed before the august House in English; it is also available on the website of the Committee. The Committee also informed that out of the 14.3 per cent Muslims of the country, a sizeable number are Urdu-speaking.

Sir, I would urge upon the Government to bring out the aforesaid report in Urdu language for the large number of Urdu-speaking people of the country. (Ends)

PRIORITY TO BIHAR IN COUNTRY'S

DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

 

֮֕ן ֤ (ײָ): , ײָ ׯ֔ ֕ ֕ ™ ߔ ֛ ãן , ײֻ֕ , ֮ ־ã ֻ , ִֻ ײָ ãן ֱ ֲָ ™ߵ ִ֕ ֕ ֛ , ֻ֟ - ֛ և ִ ֜ ֋ ָָ ָ֮׿ ־ә ֛ ׮ִ ָ֟ ׻֋ , ßֻ ãן Ϭִ֮ӡ ִ ֛ ֮ ָָ 2009 ָ ֲ֤ ֻ ֳ Ӿ ֌ ֛ ֋օ ו ָ ӳ߸ ãן ײָ ֛ , ֟ ִ ׻֋ ߸ ϵ ־ֿ þã ׾֬ֆ ׮֟ӟ ־ þã ָָ ïֻ֟ , ִ ׾֬ ָ ֲֻ ֳ ׾֬ֆ ָ

ָָ ָ ׮ִ ֮ ӟԟ ׮֟ ֮ ֻ ֮ֆ ײָ ϴ֟ Ϥ֮ ֋, ִß ָ֬ ӓ þֺ ֻ ׾֬ֆ ד֟ , ׾֬֋ և (ִ֯)


HK

NEED FOR CENTRAL HELP FOR ASIA-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP ON CLEAN DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE

SHRIMATI SYEDA ANWARA TAIMUR (ASSAM): Sir, last year's creation of the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate (APP) between the United States, Japan, China, Australia, South Korea and India has created an opportunity for our nation to address social imbalances within our society while creating economic growth. The partnership also overcomes a series of roadblocks of earlier international treaties for climate change and sustainable development. This unbalanced economic growth has burdened the poor and particularly farmers since they are most dependent on climatic vagaries like the monsoons. The APP is an effort that could ensure that in the future we have fewer starvation deaths in farming communities. Since United Nations research data clearly shows that the poor are disproportionately hurt more by climate change, if we use the APP to address the issue of climate change we will be helping the farmers in the long run.

While addressing the long-term issue of climate change to help farmers, APP can also be a way to increase technical and financial collaboration between the partner States. That collaboration will bring much needed resources for our renewable energy sector which is directly supporting sustainable development. The focus on this partnership will also allow our research and business communities to work with the best of international support systems for addressing these problems from our partner States. I request the Government to allocate adequate resources to APP to increase India's potential of becoming a leader in renewable energy while striving towards energy independence of the nation. (Ends)


DEMAND FOR STRINGENT PUNISHMENT FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING.

MS. MABEL REBELLO (JHARKHAND): Sir, a large number of fatal motor vehicle accidents have recently occurred. The Government has not learnt lessons from them. In Mumbai alone, a senior bank official, son of a prominent businessman and Personal Assistant to a major political figure all allegedly under the influence of alcohol were involved in accidents that caused loss of lives. Most recently a vehicle driven by youth, said to be drunk, ran over innocent pavement dwellers in Mumbai killing, at least, 7 of them and seriously injuring several others.

Although the number of cars in Indian roads has increased exponentially, the police are not equipped to cope with the danger this poses to the lives of blameless bystanders. The fact is that people routinely continue to drink and drive because there are no sanctions against drunken driving. The number of breath analysers available to the police force is absurdly small when compared to the number of vehicles on the road. Even these few breath analysers are not fully utilised.

In India, there is neither fear of punishment nor getting caught. When so many lives have been lost to drunken driving, can the Government sit back and dismiss the whole matter as the one within the exclusive domain of the States? Will there be any move to form the process by which the driving licenses are issued?

Will the Government bring about stringent punishment to drunken driving? This comes to draw the attention of the Government to this heinous crime of drunken driving and save lakhs of precious productive lives. (Ends)

AKG-SK

NEED TO PROTECT ENTRY OF MINOR CHILDREN IN CYBER CAFES

ִ ̴֕ (ָ Ϥ) : , ָָ ֮ ִ߸ ִõ ָ פ֮ ևָ ֻ ֵ , ִ ևָ Ù ָ ָ ָָ ָ֕ ָ ן ִו ִõ ևָ ֛/֛ ֡-֡ֆ ײ֛ ָ ֮ , ו ֕ ևָ և ֻ ֲԤ ָ֕

ױ ֱ֮ ׸ 16 ֻ ֛-֛ ߻֟, ֮ ָ ֬׸ ױ ׸ֻ ֮ ֮ , ևָ ô ֲ֮ פև ߅ ׻֕ ևָ 12-13 ֻ ֓ ؕ ܻ և ßֻ ײ֮

ևָ ֲ׻ ܻ ؕ ָ և ׸ֻ ֮֓ ׻֋ ֲ ן ֮և և ֕ ֻ - ֛ ֤֤ ևָ ֋ , ו ֈ ֤֤ ֜ և ֻߴ ָ ևָ ָ ֛ ָ - ևָ ֮ ָ ֮ ֻ ָ ָָ ֮ ֋, ָָ ׮־ (ִ֯)

شری ابو عاصم اعظمی (اتر پردیش) : مہودے، میں سرکار کا دھیان اس گمبھیر سمسیا کی طرف دلانا چاہتا ہوں کہ پورے دیش میں سائبر کیفے کا جو جال پھیل گیا ہے، اس میں سائبر کیفے کے سسٹم کی کارکردگی پر سرکار کی کڑی نظر نہیں ہونے کے کارن نیتک اور سماجک سمسیا پیدا ہو رہی ہے اور یہ سائبر کیفے کم عمر کے لڑکے/لڑکیوں اور اسکولی چھاتر/چھاتراؤں کے بگڑنے کا کارن بن رہے ہیں، جس کی وجہ سے ان سائبر کیفے میں نئی نسلیں برباد ہوتی نظر آ رہی ہیں۔

ایک اور جہاں فلم اور سنیماٹوگرافی کے ذریعے 16 سال سے کم عمر کے لڑکے/لڑکیوں کا اشلیلتا، ننگے پن اور سیکس پر آدھارت فلمیں اور سیریل دیکھنا منع ہے، وہیں سائبر کیفے میں اس قسم کی کوئی پابندی لاگو ہوتی دکھائی نہیں دیتی۔ لہذا سائبر کیفے میں 13۔12 سال کے بچے بھی جنسی اور غیر اخلاقی ویب سائٹ کا استعمال بنا روک ٹوک کر رہے ہیں۔

سائبر کیفے میں نابالغوں کے اخلاق سوز جنسی اور گمراہ کن سائٹس اور سیریل سے بچانے کے لۓ کوئی مناسب نیتی نہیں اپنائی گئی ہے۔ آج صورت حال یہ ہے کہ اسکولوں کے آس پاس بڑی تعداد میں سائبر کیفے کھل گئے ہیں، جس سے اسکولوں میں ڈراپ آؤٹس کی تعداد بڑھہ گئی ہے اور تعلیم پر ان سائبر کیفے سے برا اثر پڑ رہا ہے۔ ہمارے یہاں اسکولوں کے آس پاس سائبر کیفے کھولے جانے پر روکنے کا قانون بھی نہیں ہے۔ اس اہم مسئلے پر سرکار دھیان دے کی فورا ٹھوس قدم اٹھائیں، یہ میرا سرکار سے نویدن ہے۔

"ختم شد"

 

DEMAND FOR WITHDRAWING PRIVATISATION

OF NAGPUR AIRPORT

 

SHRI TAPAN KUMAR SEN (WEST BENGAL): I draw the attention of the House to the renewed move of the Government to privatise the Nagpur Airport, on the plea of modernisation, in violation of the written commitment of the Civil Aviation Minister dated 4th February, 2006.

The said Ministerial commitment stipulated that the tripartite committee of the Civil Aviation Ministry, the Airports Authority of India and the AAI Employees Joint Forum will look into the issues and proposals of modernising airports by the AAI.

But, after a few meetings, that committee stopped its work without any conclusion deliberately. Thereafter, the first move has been to curve out Nagpur Airport from the AAI and hand over its control to a joint venture company of Maharashtra Airport Development Corporation with the AAI as a junior partner; the land and assets of the Nagpur Airport will be transferred to the JVC on a 30-year lease with an annual rent of Re. 1/-; all the employees of the Airports Authority of India at Nagpur airport will be transferred to the Joint Venture Company.

The Airports Authority, despite having all expertise and resources for undertaking modernisation of Nagpur Airport on its own, is being forced to join a joint venture with a partner having the controlling stake, although the AAI's controlling partner in the joint venture have no expertise of airport modernisation. Privatisation is the motive behind such illogical exercise.

I urge upon the Government and the Civil Aviation Ministry to refrain from such unilateral exercise of curving out Nagpur Airport from the AAI to avoid countrywide industrial unrest in the AAI. (ends)

(Followed by 4z/tdb)

4Z/HM-TDB/7.20

VALEDICTORY REMARKS

ֳ֯ : ֮֮ߵ ֤õ, פ 22 ־ִָ ָ 209 ֡ ֕ ִ֯

֡ ϣִ פ ָ ֤ ֤õ ׻֟ : ׮֮֬ ָ ֌ ֿ֟ ֤ ֵԾ ã֟ և ߅ ֤ ָ ֯ ֤õ ϴ ׻֟ ӿ߸ִ ׮֮֬ ָ ֌ ֵօ פ 15 פִָ ֤ ֤õ ߴ֟ ֲ , ִֵ ߴָ , :֤ ׮֮֬ ִָ֓ ֤ ֵԾ ã֟ ևԅ ֤ פ֟ ֤õ ֆ ֯ ֤֮ ׻֋ ֤ օ

פ 13 פִָ ֮ ߸ ֨ӕ׻ ו֮ ֟פ ָ ӡ פ ֮ ן ߅ ߤ ׻֤֮ ֤֟ ϳ־ ִ֮ ָ ֿ֌ ֮֟

֡ ߴ֟ ׯϵ ֤ ֋ ֤õ ֮ þ֟ ׾ ֤֮ ֤ ֵԾ ßָ ׸ ָ֜ ߅

֡ ӯפ ׾ֵ֬ ֵ ™ ӟ ֯ օ ״ֻ 19 ׾֬ ָ ׾ָ֓ ׸ ֵ ־ ֵ ֵօ ׮Ӥ ׾֬ ׸ ן-׮֬Ը ֣ ֮ ָ ֮ ֟ ֻ ״ֻօ ֮ (׸־֮ ӛ ״ֿ֮) ײֻ, 2006, 滛 և ӛ כֻ֮ Ù (׸ݮֿ֮ Ù և) ײֻ, 2006 ׯϾ֮ և ׸ ײֻ, 2004 ׾ֿ ֿ ֯ ׾֬ ִו ן ָ ־ã ִ ׸֟Ԯ ֋ ־ֿ ֟ ֯ ׾֬ ־֮֬ ָ֮ ִ ׸ ֋, ֳ ֮ ־֮֬ ה ֳ Ӳ׬֟ ֯ ֤ ָ և ׾ֵ֬ ֵԾ ֣ ֨ ߅

ӓָ ׬ ֟ ߾Ο ׾ ן ™ כ֮ ֱ () ײֻ, 2006 ׸ ֵօ ׌, ס֯ ֻ֓ Ϥ ߵ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ã֮֯ ־ֿ ׾֬ ׸ ֋ ׾ -֕ ׯ֔ ׿ ׾ßָ ֟ ָ ß׾֟ ߵ ׾׾ֵֻ֪ ״ ׮ֳ֋

֡ ™ߵ ӟָ™ߵ ֻ ָ ס ָ ֯ ֌־ פ ֋ ׾֤ ӡ ָ ߮ ™ן ָ ֡ Ӥ ֌־ פ ֵօ ָ-ָ ׾ֻ ׌ֆ ָ ָ ֌־ ֤ פ ֵօ

֮֮ߵ ֤õ, ֯ ֮-ִõֆ ָ ִ֮֬ ֟֟ ϵֿ֟߻ ֡ ֤ ָ ™ߵ ִ ָ ָ ֮ ӟ׸ ֯ ׾ֵ ָ ׻ ֓ ևԅ ָ-׸ ׾ֻ ׌ֆ ָ ֓ ֕ ևԅ ֯ ׾ֵ ָ ָٳ֟ ֓ ֻ ֮ ֳ׮֟ , ָ Ͽ֮ ֯ ֻ ز֤ ִ ֮-ָ֬ ֻ-ן ֟ ׾ֿ ִ֬ ֮֮ߵ ֤õ ׾ֵ ֮ ֮ ֟ օ ֡ ֳ 150 ׾ֿ ֋ ׾ Ӳ׬֟ ӡֵֻ ֟ ֻ ָ ד֟ ֵԾ ׮׿֟ ה ָ֮ Ӳ׬֟ ֤õ ֿ֣ߑ ֟ ֋

֮֮ߵ ֤õ, ֡ ӯפ ֵ ׻֋ ֯ ֲ ֬և ֡ , ֯ ֟ ֡ ׬ ׬ ֵ ӯפ ֱ פ ֤- ֮ ֻ ־֮֬ ִֵ ֣ ֟օ ֳִֵ־ ָ ֯ ׾ֵ ָ և ֓ ֤ ד֟ ־ֿ ß ߴ֟ ר ָ ׻ ֓ ߅ ֤õ , 000 ֮ ׮Ե ׻֋ ִõֆ Ӳ׬֟ þִ֣֮߮ ׸, 11 ӓ־ ֮, ӓֵ֟ ֬־׬ ãן ָ ß ׸, "Ù ָ֓ ׸" ïֻ ״ פ ֯ ׾ֵ ָ ֡ ֓

֤ ֟ ϕ֟ӡ ֤ߵ ֵԾ ֣ Ӥ ־ֿ ִ ֮֟ ֯ ׾ֵ ָ ֤ ϳ־ ֓ ִ׵ : ֤ ϵ ֤ ֵԾ ׮پ֑ ײ֮ ־֮֬ ֹ ֻ֋ ֲֻ 滵 ִֵ ֣ ֵ֤ (5/ߋ־ ָ ֿ:)

PSV-KGG/5A

 

ֳ֯ן (֟): ™ ֳ ֮֕ן ִ ׾־֤ ֻ ֯ ֟֓ߟ , ִӕõ ־֮ ׻ֵ ִ֮֬ ׮ֻ, ו ֤ ֵԾ ־֮֬ ִֵ ֣

֮֮ߵ ֤õ, ֮֟ ֯ ֳ ֳָ ֮֟ 000 ؙ ׻֋ ֋ ׮Ե ָ Ͽֻ ֿ֟ ֻ߮ ֻ ֳ֯ן ן ֮ և ־ã ֡ ãׯ֟ և ׾ ֳ ֮֕ן ִ ָ֟ և ־ã ֱ ֤ ִֵ, ־ֿ ֣ ֟ , ֯ ֵ-ִ֤ ֤ ֲֻ օ

֮֮ߵ ֤õ, ֯ ֯ ֯ ֮֟ ֤֮ ׻֋ ֯ ֳ ן ֳָ ֌ ֡ ֵ ִ֤ ֤ߵ ָָֆ ׮־ ֯ -ִ, ֤ ֤־֮ ֟־ָ ֤ ֵԾ ӓֻ֮ , ׻֋ ֯ ֲ ן

֮֮ߵ ֤õ, ָ ָ ֤ , ׾֯ , ׾׳֮ ִ ֯ ֳ ן ֯ ׻֋ ֳָ ֌ ֳ֯ן ֳ֬ ֻ ֤õ ד־ֵֻ ִß Ùֱ ן ֤֮ ׻֋ ֮ ֳָ

֡ ֮ ֯ ֳ ׳־֤ ִ ֮ ֻ ־ ֣ ֳ ׾׿™ ָ ׻֋ ֮ ٤ ִ֮֋ ٯ֟ ֮ ֻ ־ 2007 ֯ ֳ ׻֋ , ׻֋ ֮ ִֻ֮֋ þָ (ִ֯)

׾ָ ( ־֮ ) : ָ , פ ß ֵ, ֡ ִׯ ָ ִׯ ָ ֤ ׮ָָ , ׻֋ ֮֟ ֡ ִ ֤֟ , ָ, ָ; ּ, ߚ; ㌟, ߮, ֤ þֳ־ ֤ þֳ־ , ֮֕ן þֳ־ ֳ ָ ֟ , ߴ ֋ -

"֮ ֜ և ֚ ִօ

ѓ ״ֻ ִօ "

֯ ֲ ן֟ ֻ ׿ֿ , ָ ֱ ߅ ׮־ ֤ߵ ֻ ֻ ׸ ִ ֻ֟ , ׸ , ֣ ֻ֮ ֻ և׸ ٴ֟ ֻ ߅ ׻֋ ㌟ ߮ ֻ, ֡ ִ֯ ֋, פ ß ֋, ֯ ֮-֮ ֋ ֮֯ ׸֮ ֻ ֟ , ֛ פ ֋օ ׻֋ ֲ ֛ פ ִ֮֋ ß֮ ֋ ֻ 2007 - ִ֮֋х ֮ ֻ ֡ , ָ ױ ״ֻ ָ ֤ ֻ ֋ ֣ , ָ ֣ ֮ ֤ ֻ֟ օ ֻ ֟, ָ ԓָ , ֛ , ֟ , ֯ ֳָ ֮֯ פ-׮֤ פօ ֢ ֳָ ָ ֟ ߅ , , ֯ ֳ ָ֮ , ԓָ , ָ ן֯ , ָ , ֮ , ִ , ן ֳָ ײ֮ ִ ֻ֟ ֲ , ֯ ֢ ֳ - ִ֮֋х ֮־֤ (ִ֯)

(Followed by 5b)

aka-kls/sch-sss/5b & 5c/7:30&7:35

ӡ ( ׿־ָ֕ 0 י) : ߴ֮, ֯ ָ ׾ָ ָ ֮ ֤ ָ ֮ ִ , ׾־ָ ֲ ִ֮ ֯ ־֮ ֣ ׾ָ ־֮ ֣ ֲ ֤ ֣ ֻ ּ, ߚ, ㌟, ߮ ֟ , ָ ֟ ֿ֟ ֮ ßָ ָ ָ , ִ ֿ֟ ֮ ֤ ׮ٴ֟ , ׻֋ ß ׮ֻ֮ ׿ֿ ׸

֟ ӡ ֻ ֋ , ֟ , Ù ״֮Ù Ù ײ ֋ , ָ ֣ ֟ ָߵ ? ֟ , ֟ ָ ׾ָ֓ ִ֮ , ֮ ָ ߅ ӡ ָ ׾ָ֓ ײ֮ ֻ օ ֱ ӓ ָ ӡ ֻ֟, ָ ׾ָ֓ ָ ӡ ֻ֟ ֟ ָ ֮ ״ֻ֟ ׸ ׾ֵ ִ ֮ ֤ , ֯ ԤԮ , ֯ ԤԮ ײ֮ ֤ ֻ , ֯ ֟ , ԤԮ - פ ִֵ-ֵ ֟ ָ ֵ ֟ ֮ ֓ , ֛ և ֮ և , ָ ֟ ֋ , ָ ֮֯ ԤԮ , ֕ ָ ֤ ָ ִ ָ ֻ ָ ׬ָ և , ֤ ߔ, ֻ ֤ ִ֮, ָ ִ ֤ ߔ , ֮ ֟ ֮ ־֕ ߓ , ָ ֮ ־֕ ִ ״ֻ ָ ָ ߕ ִ ԤԮ ן ָ ֮ ֤ ־֮ ֺ ֌

ָ ָ ֣ , ָ , , ֟ - ׻֮ ֻ , ֮ ֮ ֮ , ׮׿֟ ָ ֟ , ׻֟ , ָ ָ ֮ ָ ־֮ ֟ ָ ֻ֟ ׻ ׻ ֯ ֱֻ ֋, ׻֋ ִָ֤ - ֻ֟ ָ-ָ ֟ , ָ ׻֮ ֛ ֵ֮ ֟ ָ ӡ ֟ Ӥ ָ ׸ ִ֟ ָ ӡ ֻ֟ , ָ ּ ֟ ֋, ߚ ֟ ֤ ֋, ִ ֟ ֤ ֋, ֮ ֟ ֋ ָ ֣Ԯ , ױ ֯ ן ֲ ן ֳָ ֌ (ִ֯)

ֳ֯ : - ֮־֤ ™ߵ ߟօ

(The National Song, "Vande Mataram", was then played.)

ֳ֯ן: ֤ ֵԾ ׮׿֟ ֻ ׻֋ ã֟ ֟

...

The House then adjourned sine die at thirty-six minutes

past seven of the clock.

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