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Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Why Kashmir Will Continue To Suffer?

If you happen to meet a Hindu and a Muslim of Kashmir together both will brag equally about Kashmiriyat and then Muslim will blame India and Hindu will blame Pakistan for the conflict in Kashmir. Both are correct, however, if they revisit history, they will know why they will continue to suffer?

Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Why Kashmir Will Continue To Suffer?

If you happen to meet a Hindu and a Muslim of Kashmir together both will brag equally about Kashmiriyat and then Muslim will blame India and Hindu will blame Pakistan for the conflict in Kashmir. Both are correct, however, if they revisit history, they will know why they will continue to suffer?

Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Why Kashmir Will Continue To Suffer?

If you happen to meet a Hindu and a Muslim of Kashmir together both will brag equally about Kashmiriyat and then Muslim will blame India and Hindu will blame Pakistan for the conflict in Kashmir. Both are correct, however, if they revisit history, they will know why they will continue to suffer?

Tuesday, 25 April 2017 00:00

Reviving Yamuna

Delhi has no option but to revive its lifeline “Yamuna”. Yamuna’s upstream water serves Delhi’s 70% fresh water requirement and downstream polluted water is being used for irrigation purposes which make agriculture produce highly contaminated. Though the Yamuna starts getting polluted even before it enters Delhi, but once it enters Delhi it turns into a poisonous drain. Before entering Delhi its pollution is caused by fertilizers and insecticides mixed with agriculture runoff, untreated sewage and industrial effluents. Once its water reaches Delhi, it is sucked out from the river to meet water requirement of estimated 18.6 million population of Delhi. What Delhi returns back to the river is highly polluted sewage and effluent through about 3 main drains and about 19 other drains.

Forget about advanced health care infrastructure, Delhi government hospitals are filthy dirty and a hotbed of infections. While the transformation of India's premier institutions AIIMS and Safdarjung hospital is evident. The state government owned hospitals lack even basic hygiene. A follow up on a complaint by a patient admitted at DDU a prominent hospital in West Delhi revealed the shocking lack of maintenance, unhygienic preparation and transportation of food for patients, filthy toilets leading to smell of piss all over hospital premise, highly inefficient processes including admitting patients and issuing medicines resulting into overcrowding and infections. A relative complained of falling sick while accompanying her sister who is seeking treatment.

In November 2016, Delhi turned into a gas chamber as it faced worst smog in 17 years. If you thought Delhi's air is clean now, central pollution control board real time data shows otherwise. Delhi air pollution continues to be hazardous. Another winter, straw stubble burning by farmers, bursting of crackers around Diwali and marriage season will turn Delhi into gas chamber again. 14 Indian cities including Delhi figure in top 30 polluting cities in the world. The air in these cities contains dangerous particulate matter, small enough to enter the human bloodstream through lungs. Air pollution causes estimated 7 million premature deaths per annum globally. A study by US-based institute claims an estimated 1.1 million premature deaths in India in 2015 by worsening air pollution.

Kashmir, where Indian army runs special schools, medical camps, constructs roads, bridges, flood barriers, runs rescue operations, whenever and wherever state's corrupt and lethargic government machinery fails to deliver. Yet in Kashmir, Indian army faces anti-India slogans and stones from Kashmir's illiterate and educated, young and old, men and women. For long Kashmiri intellectuals and politicians blamed unemployment, development and Pakistan's interference for this hate, only to hide the reality and extract more money from Central Government. It is explained by fact that Jammu and Kashmir have received 10 percent of all Central grants given to states over the 2000-2016 period, despite having only one percent of the country’s population.

In November 2016, Delhi turned into a gas chamber as it faced worst smog in 17 years. If you thought Delhi's air is clean now, central pollution control board real time data shows otherwise. Delhi air pollution continues to be hazardous. Another winter, straw stubble burning by farmers, bursting of crackers around Diwali and marriage season will turn Delhi into gas chamber again. 14 Indian cities including Delhi figure in top 30 polluting cities in the world. The air in these cities contains dangerous particulate matter, small enough to enter the human bloodstream through lungs. Air pollution causes estimated 7 million premature deaths per annum globally. A study by US-based institute claims an estimated 1.1 million premature deaths in India in 2015 by worsening air pollution.

Forget about advanced health care infrastructure, Delhi government hospitals are filthy dirty and a hotbed of infections. While the transformation of India's premier institutions AIIMS and Safdarjung hospital is evident. The state government owned hospitals lack even basic hygiene. A follow up on a complaint by a patient admitted at DDU a prominent hospital in West Delhi revealed the shocking lack of maintenance, unhygienic preparation and transportation of food for patients, filthy toilets leading to smell of piss all over hospital premise, highly inefficient processes including admitting patients and issuing medicines resulting into overcrowding and infections. A relative complained of falling sick while accompanying her sister who is seeking treatment.

Kashmir, where Indian army runs special schools, medical camps, constructs roads, bridges, flood barriers, runs rescue operations, whenever and wherever state's corrupt and lethargic government machinery fails to deliver. Yet in Kashmir Indian army faces anti India slogans and stones from kashmir's illiterate and educated, young and old, men and women. For long Kashmiri intellectuals and politicians blamed unemployment, development and Pakistan's interference for this hate, only to hide the reality and extract more money from Central Government. It is explained by fact that Jammu and Kashmir has received 10 per cent of all Central grants given to states over the 2000-2016 period, despite having only one per cent of the country’s population.

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