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-NBR-USY/HMS/6.05/4C

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shri silvius condpan (assam): Thank you, Vice-Chairman, Sir, for having given me this opportunity to take part in the discussion on the Railway Budget. After a perusal of the Railway Budget, I have come to a conclusion that our present Railway Minister is one of the very successful Ministers of Railways I have come across so far. Since my time is very limited I would like to touch upon certain points. The Railway Budget indicates no increase in freight. It is very much in favour of common passengers who avail of the train services. There is a proposal for introducing 40 new trains, including garib raths. It is a very good news for general people. But it is not a good news for the people of the North-East. The North-East Region has remained untouched from this new programme of introducing 40 new trains and new garib raths. I have also taken note of the programme, in the Budget, regarding fulfilling backlog of reserved categories. (Contd. by 4d -- VP)

VP/6.10/4D

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN (CONTD.): The non-fulfilment of backlog of the reserved category people has sent a very disappointing message to the people belonging to this group throughout the country. In every State, and even at the national level, this backlog has become a problem, which appears to be unsolvable. But it is a problem which can be solved easily. There is a big chunk of Indian population, which

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* Expunged as ordered by the Chair.

belongs to the reserved category and who want this Constitutional obligation to be fulfilled. This is a Constitutional obligation of this Department. I am happy that the Railway Ministry is taking it up very seriously in the present Budget, and that they will operate and remove the backlog position that is there in the Department since 2006-07.

There is also a need for improvement of the security system in view of the experience that we are having. I am happy that these steps are proposed to be taken up, and the Railway Ministry is very much serious about it.

I have also come across the point that 800 more coaches are to be attached in popular trains. I think, this proposal would also cater to the needs of the people of the North Eastern Region, availing passenger train service. I do not think there is any indication in the Budget that this will be extended to the people of the North East, including Assam. Assam is the gateway of the Railway system in the North East. I think, the Railway Department has not taken it so seriously. It is my request to the Ministry of Railways, particularly, to the Ministers who are present here to kindly take it seriously. It is also very encouraging for the unemployed, educated people, who travel from one part of the country to the other to appear for interviews to make their careers. The Railway Ministry has been very kind enough. It is very encouraging to note here that a concession system has been proposed in the Railway Budget this year.

The number of unreserved coaches is to be increased. We have experience that when people come across, we would like to send them to their destinations and help them. There is always a reaction from the Railway Department that unreserved coaches are not sufficient. The unreserved coaches are not sufficient. I am happy that this time the Budget speaks about increasing the number of unreserved coaches in the trains.

Sleeper class e-ticket charge has been reduced from Rs. 25 to Rs. 15. I congratulate the Railway Ministry for thinking about this because this reservation system is being very popularly availed of by the people, and if they reduce the charges from Rs. 25 to Rs. 15, it will be more helpful for them.

(MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN in the Chair)

Now, I come to introduction of new trains. This has been proposed and it is very much encouraging. But, this proposal also is not reaching the people of the North Eastern area. As I come from that side, we do not have any good news to give them through this Railway Budget that there are plans from the Railway Department to introduce new trains. Even in regard to conversion of gauges, there are a lot of areas -- Sir, you must have also visited the North East -- still left with metre gauge. They have not yet been converted into broad gauge. The North Eastern area, particularly, the State of Assam, which is the gateway of North East, does not have enough of gauge conversions as it should have been by this time. (Continued by PK/4E)

PK/4E/6.15

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN (CONTD.): Now, I come to the Chair Car system. I have travelled to different parts of the country after becoming the Member of Parliament. As regards the Chair Car system, I request the Railway Minister --- Centering Guwahati railway station -- to think about introducing Chair Car system, at least, between Guwahati railway station and Tin Sukhia railway station. That is another important city and the trade and commerce centre in the Eastern part of Assam, almost bordering Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar. This kind of a system will help in the conception that the Government of India has looked at East-West corridor to extend the business. The Railways should also extend to the East-West corridor, not by air or by road. I hope the Railway Ministry will think about it.

I have seen that there is a provision in the Budget for disabled persons, or, old persons so that they could travel in the train without any trouble, so that they could get their reservation, compartment, etc. It is always advisable. Some of our Members have already submitted that there should be a provision to allot these people at least, the lower berths. If old people, the disabled people get reservation, they cannot climb up. If possible, the Railway Ministry should make the compartment inside in such a way that they would have no problem in sitting. To climb up, somebody will have to push them up. So, it becomes very difficult for the people who attend them. They themselves face this difficulty when they do not get this facility.

Sir, my next submission is that the Railway Ministry should concentrate on guaranteeing timely running of trains. My friends who spoke before me have already mentioned -- I come from the North East and my friends who are there would also share with me -- that trains in the North East area never run as per schedule. There is no guarantee of trains running on time. Though you are giving train services, services are such that trains are always six hours, seven hours behind schedule. This may kindly be taken note of. Why is it so? There may be some plea from some officers of that side that this is because it is the North-East, because it is an extremist-prone area. All these are lame excuses. If they want to run trains, they should run trains on time. There is no difficulty. Of course, some problems may crop up during the rainy season, during flood situation, etc., and, that too also for a month or two; otherwise, the topography is not a disturbance for the trains to run too much behind schedule. So, time guarantee should be there. I am happy that in the Budget, a mention has been made by the Railway Ministry about this point; that is why, I am mentioning this. It is good that the Railway Ministry has come across and they are very serious about it and they will improve the time-guarantee programme. This should be guaranteed. In our North East area, most of the consignments of essential and other commodities are transported by road system. Their system appears to be faster than the Railways. I don't find any difficulty as to why railway cannot be faster than the road system. It is very difficult to understand for the general public. We people are accountable to our voters, and those who have sent us. We are accountable to them. They ask us : Can't you make the Railway Ministry run on time or a little faster than the road system, which is very much possible? So, I request the Railway Ministry to see that this is taken up seriously in the interest of the public and also for the good name of the Railway System. (Contd. by 4F/PB)

PB/4F/6.20

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN (CONTD.): There are indications in the Budget that the Railways are going to see that there is no wastage of the Railway property. They have said that no wastage of the railway property is allowed to be continued. There is wastage of Railway property in different ways. It is being wasted in so many ways. I have no time to mention them. But it is there in the Budget. I hope the Railway Ministry has really understood the problem and their employees down at the grassroot level who are responsible to really carry out the desire of the Railway Ministry and the Railway Board will see to it that there is no wastage of the Railway property. They are responsible to protect the wastage of Railway properties. It is done by encroachment or by simply allowing the waste to decay in the track system or in the siding and allow theft or other things. So, all these things have been taken care of in the Railways Budget. I am happy that the Railway Budget has been prepared by the Railway Ministry in consultation with the officers of the Railway Department. Through their proposed Budget proposals and programmes, I wish them that they would really improve the Railway system during the year 2007-08 and make the rail travel much more comfortable for its passengers.

Now, I come to the development of the Railway system in the North-Eastern areas. The North-Eastern area is rich in mineral products. It is rich in agro-industrial products like tea. Right from the pre-Independence period, the Britishers ...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Mr. Condpan, you have to conclude.

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN: Sir, I am concluding within two minutes. The Britishers installed single-track railway system. During British regime, the single-track was laid up to Ledo, the coal belt, beyond the oil field of Assam. They used to bring tea, coal, petroleum outside the undivided Assam, which is today known as North-East. Sir, I do not know why the Railway Minister has not thought of introducing the double track system on this single railway track system. I do not know why they are delaying it. The double track system has reached up to Alipurduar. Up to Alipurduar, they have a double track system. They have not thought of going beyond that. When the whole nation is thinking of the East-West Corridor and the South-East Asia is opening up, the Railways are still not thinking of opening up. I think, today or tomorrow you have to do it. You have to parallely reach the East-West line till you reach the international border. It has to be started.

Now, Mr. Deputy Chairman, Sir, you will be surprised to hear that till today up to Alipurduar, i.e., outside North-East, the double track system is there. Today it is essential to have it. In 1962, there was Chinese aggression. Till today, it has not been done. We are a bordering State, the bordering area of the country. The Railway had played a very big role during 1962 Chinese aggression. When I was one of the Railway employees in 1962, I remember the Railways played a vital role. They completed the Saraighat Bridge, the only bridge that was there, which was going to come up under the leadership of the then Jagjiwan Ram and late Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. They finished the construction of the bridge within three-and-a-half-years' time which was supposed to be completed in four years' time. Unfortunately, six months ago, there was the Chinese aggression and the whole military movement was there above the Saraighat bridge which was yet to be inaugurated formally. So things are there and we have seen it. So, I request the Railway Ministry to see that Bogibil bridge, the proposed Bogibil bridge over the river Brahmaputra, which is taking a lot of time in completion, is completed on priority basis. I do not know whether you are making it a general project or a national project. I have read in the speech of the Finance Minister -- in Item 75 I have read it; it has been mentioned there -- that in Bihar over river Ganga, there is bridge which has been declared as a national project.

(Contd. by 4g/SKC)

4g/6.25/skc

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN (CONTD.): It was said that it had been decided the Bogibill bridge on River Brahmaputra shall be taken up as a National Project. This sends a very sad message to the people of the North-East.

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Mr. Condpan, please conclude. Another three Members have to speak.

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN: Sir, I wish to correct certain things.

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: That is all right. But another three Members have to speak. Please conclude.

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN: Sir, this needs to be corrected. I have heard that this is going to be declared as a National Project. This had been assured. I have been in this House for three years and I am yet to hear that it has been declared as a National Project. This is being discriminatory to the people of the North-East. This situation needs to be improved.

Sir, the other point I wish to make is, we have been insisting for an overnight superfast train between Howrah and Guwahati. It may kindly be examined

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Mr. Condpan, you said that you would conclude but you are continuing.

SHRI SILVIUS CONDPAN: Sir, my last point is regarding appointment to Group C and D posts. My friends from Tripura and West Bengal have spoken about it. There is great discontentment among the people of the North-East that even for Group C and D posts, people from outside the North-East have been appointed. That is all right. I don't say they should not be given employment. But there should be some policy, some measure, to ensure that the small and petty jobs are offered to the local people also, so that they feel a sense of belonging with the Railways and they are taken care of. (Ends)

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (TRIPURA): Sir, at the outset, I applaud the hon. Railway Minister and the Ministers of State for having declared three projects in the North-East as National Projects. It is a matter of great happiness and I carry a sense of gratitude to the hon. Ministers. But, at the same time, I am very sorry to say that the agony of the North-East has been underplayed and has not been properly attended to.

Sir, I share the views expressed by hon. Member, Shri Condpan. I would like to mention here that lakhs of people of Tripura were on the streets for a month-long demonstration in demand of extension of the National Project from Agartala to Sabrum, but the Budget has quite frustrated their aspirations. I would like to reiterate the demand of the people of Tripura and would request the hon. Minister to revisit the Budget and try to incorporate these demands in the Budget. I would like to hear it out when the hon. Minister makes his reply.

Now, why is this important? This is important because of three reasons. Why did I say that the agony of the North-East is underplayed? Actually, the North-East region is not well-established in the minds of many of those in the UPA Government. (Contd. by 4h)

KSK/6.30/4H

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (CONTD): And, this is so not only in this Government but in the previous Government also. Sir, the North-Eastern region is surrounded by neighbouring countries. Ninety-eight per cent of the boundary of North-Eastern States is along with neighbouring countries. Only 22 kilometres is the outlet from the North-East to outside. So, 98 per cent of the boundary falls in the international border with China, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Bhutan. Where will these four crore people go? They are actually barricaded for their livelihood, for their economy, for their connectivity. Sir, this should not be taken lightly. They are not hundred crores of people; they are only four crore people. How much should be given to them? It should be thought in right perspective. Why is insurgency prevailing there? That aspect has to be considered. Why is there so much disturbance? This is because of geographical situation which is a compulsion on them. So, we are pressing for Agartala to Sabrum because half of the State of Tripura is left out of this railway line. West Tripura and South Tripura, the two districts, are abundant in rubber, natural gas and agriculture. This is a very important region and 50 per cent of the population of Tripura belongs to this area. It is one reason. Another reason is that the North-Eastern region has got no marine facilities. If railway line goes up to Sabrum, it will be very easy to catch up to Chittagong Airport which is an international airport. This will break the isolation of the North-Eastern Region and the people will have an access to outside the region through this Chittagong Airport. Sir, on one occasion, hon. Minister, who is not here, told that Chittagong is in Bangladesh and we are not having a congenial development of relationship. So, how far can we depend on Chittagong? Sir, why do we stand for the present, why not count for the future? Sir, what is happening in Bhola Bosak. The forest of Bosak, train from Kolkata will go to Dhaka. Is it not a development in relation? Sir, I would like to reiterate one thing that during the Bangladesh liberation struggle, 16 lakh people of Tripura embraced 14 lakh Bangladeshis. We should not forget it. This is Tripura; this is Agartala. Equal number of refugees came to Tripura. They took shelter till the liberation was achieved. So, the people of Tripura are waiting for the Railway Ministry as to when the train will go from Agartala to Dhaka, not only from Kolkata to Dhaka. We are waiting eagerly as to when the train will go from Agartala to Dhaka, and Dhaka to Kolkata so that the long route will be ready for North-Eastern region to connect it with the mainland of the country. (continued by 4j - sk)

SK/4j/6.35

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (CONTD.): How will it go, if this is considered like this? If it is thought like this, the real problems will remain unheard. (Time-bell). That is why, Sir, I again raise the voice of the people of Tripura. The segment from Agartala to Sabrum in the Railways should be included in this Budget itself as an extension to the national project. In no way this can be omitted. If this is omitted, this will be serious injustice not only to the people of Tripura but to the people of North-East also.

Sir, the other point that I would like to raise here is about public-private initiative. Sir, Laluji, in a very intelligent way, I should say, is inducing a sense of privatisation in the Railways. He is inducing, not directly, but by giving this and that in the hands of the private owners or millionaires. This should be stopped. I would say that this should be taken as a warning. This will lead to privatisation. And, what is wrong with the privatisation? The wrong is that the private persons cannot be so much committed to their duties as the Government institutions. This is an established fact because the millionaires will run after profit only and the Government will go after social aspects of the projects. These are the two different views. There cannot be a second opinion on it. So, I would request the hon. Minister to minimise, to cut short. Whatever you have given uptilnow, you try to consolidate that and stop this type of concentration in the hands of the private people, private organisations, whatever it may be. You cannot expect accountability of those private bodies and organisations. (Time-bell).

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Mr. Sarkar, please conclude it now. Another two hon. Members have to speak.

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: At the end, I would like you to recollect the days when Devegowda Government, supported by the Left Parties, sanctioned railway line up to Agartala. After that, the NDA Government has gone; the UPA Government is now in power. But, no new decision for Tripura has been taken. They are only declaring the national projects. ...(Interruptions)..

ֵָ : ֯ ָ ڮ ו֋ They have ...(Interruptions)..

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: You have no moral right to speak on this. You did nothing. Nitish Kumarji was a very good man and he tried to do something. (Time-bell). Sir, I will take only two more minutes. He gave a new pace to the progress. That I admit. But, no radical decision was taken. Radical decision was taken by the Devegowda Government. (contd. by ysr-4k)

-SK/YSR-MP/6.40/4K

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (CONTD.): Paswanji visited Tripura when he was the Railway Minister. Thousands of people gathered there. That was a historical gathering in the honour of Devegowdaji. We are also waiting to honour Laluji. You come to Agartala and lay the foundation stone of Agartala-Sabrum segment.

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Please conclude.

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: Laluji is not here. But Veluji is also a good friend of ours. He always backs this project. We met him; we met Laluji; we met the Prime Minister; we met the Planning Commission; and we have met the Finance Minister also. I do not know the secret in it. Where does the problem lie? Why has the project not been considered yet? I am concluding with this hope, Sir, that he will revisit the Budget and include this segment in this Budget itself. With these words, I conclude. Thank you, Sir. (Ends)

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ASC-SSS/6.45/4L

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(4M/NB ָ ֿ:)

NB/4M/6.50

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ָ ֻ ӛ־ֻ : ִֵ

ֳ֯ן : , 30 ֮

ָ ֻ ӛ־ֻ : ֮֮ߵ ֳ֯ן , ־ ӲӬ ֟ ֻ 50 , ֲ ָ ֵ ָ֬ ָ , ֻ֟ כ ֟ , ֟ , ֟ ו ִ ָ ָ , ״ֻ֟, ָ ֻ ֟ ָ - ־ Ùֱ ֛֛ , Ӥ ֮ , reserved seat ָ ױ ָ֤ ָ֬ ֡ ָ ָ ־ ԓָ ״ֻ checking staff , ָ ָ reserved seat ֻ , ָ ָ֤ ߙ ״ֻ ֟ , ֻ֟ ־ ־ã ֮ , ׻ ֻ , ֻ֟ ָ֬ כ סֵ ؓ֟ , ָ֬ כ ֟ ו֋, .. ֛ .. ֻ֟ ָ ָ סֵ ׻֋ ׻ ֻ ִֵ֣ ֲֻ , ؓ֟ ֮ - ־ Ù֮ , ܵ ָ֕ ״ ֟և , ֮ , ׾֬֋ ? ָ ׸ և, ׸ ֮֓ ָ , ֵ ? ָ , ֵ ? , ֮ ־ã ? Ù֮ ָ Ù֮ , ߮ ֮ ӟִ֕ , ֵ ־ã , ӟִ֕ , ָ ֟ ֲ ֯ ֮ , ֲ ֕֙, ִ ֤ ׾֬ ֕֙ օ

ֳ֯ן , ֬ Ϥ ӲӬ -߮ ֟ ֮ ֻ֟ - ֛ؔ ֻ ֻ֟ , Ӥ ֜ פ ֵ , , ֛ؔ Ӥ, ֯׸ ֜և և , þ֟ , ֛ؔ ֻ ߓ ֛ , ׸ִ ֮ ߛ ָ ֛ؔ ֻ ߓ ֺ ֻև ֮ 4N/HMS ָ ֿ:

4N/HMS-MKS/6.55

ָ ֻ ӛ־ֻ (֟) : ֳ֯ן , ָ֟ ֻ ֤֮ , כÙ ֙ , ֛ ֯׸ , ָ , ֮-ן׮׬ ֻ ֟ ֻ֟ ߵ 00 ֵ ֮ Ӳ ִֵ , ֕ ӲӬ ӡ ֡ ׻ ߤ ֋߅

, Ӥ ֬ Ϥ ֲ ֛ ָ , ־ ׌ױ֮ ֻ-և ׸ִ Ӥ ߓ 60 ߙ ֡ ׻֋ 2 ә ֟ ֵָ -Ӥ ׻֋ ֟ , 2 ә ֟ Ӥ- ߓ ׌ױ֮ ִ ֻ ֋ , ֟ ֮֕ן ־ ָ Ӥ- ߓ ֵ ָ ֌ և և ֻ ֵ ֻ ױ֮ ֺ ָ Ӥ ֛ ָ , ׻֋ ֮ ֺ , ߬ և ݾ׻ֵָ Ӥ ß ֟

ֳ֯ן , þԾ ׬ֵ ֲ ӡ , ִ֮ ־ ־ և ֮֮ ִ, ִ֮ , , 韵 ֿ֟ ׾ֳ ֮ ֤ ֕ ãן Ӳֻ ָ ֮ ָ ߬ ־ ׻֋ -- ׻֋ ֵ ן ֮ ֵ ׻֋ ֕֙ ֤ ӕ , ָ

֮֮ߵ ֳ֯ן , Ӥӛ ֓ Ӳ ִֵ ׻֟֯ ָ և ևخ ׸ ָ ׻֟֯ և ־ ֕֙ ӕ , ֵ ו֮֟ , , ֕֙ -Ӥ ׻֋ ֕֙ ӡ օ ֮־֤ , ֵ֜ ֮ ֵ ֻ--ֻ ֳ֯ן , ״֡ ׻֟ ֟ ִӕ ӛ ֻ և ־ ִֵ ֵ ָ ״ֻ 60-70 ֵ ֓ ֵ ֛ և , ֟ ָ ֮ ֺ

, ןִ ֟ ָ֮ ָ ו ָ ֵ֤ ֟ օ , ԙֆ ו֮ 韵 ֟ , ׻֋ ӡֵֻ ׿ ֟ ׿ ֵֻ ׻֋ ֟ ֮֮ ׯ֔ ֻ- ֻ ו֮ 韵 ԙ , ׻֋ ו֮֟ ׿ ӡֵֻ ׸ָ ֟ , , ָ - ? ֲ ӡֵֻ

֮֮ߵ ֳ֯ן , ӡ ֮־֤ ֆ, ׾֪٣ֵ ׻֋ ׾֬֋ ֟ ֣ ָ֬ סֵ ׻֋ ָ֧ ߙ ֮ ׮Ե ׻ֵ ׾֬ֆ þ֟ ֬և - ֮־֤

(ִ֯)

 

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: The House is adjourned to meet tomorrow at 11.00 A.M.

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The House then adjourned at seven of the clock till eleven

of the clock on Tuesday, the 13th March, 2007.

 

 

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