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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Bhai Modi receives his biography in Mandarin (Chinese)

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Bhai Modi receiving his Mandarin  language (Chinese) biography from Shri Tarun Vijay, MP, Uttarakhand in the benign presence of Shri Venkaiah Naidu, Hon'ble Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, and Union Finance and Defense minister Shri Arun Jaitley in the Central Hall of the Parliament

China publishes  Modi-biography in Chinese- titled 'Modi- Incredible emergence of a star"
Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi's biography and his vision ,  by Mr Tarun Vijay, noted writer and journalist (BJP, MP) has been published in Chinese language by Sichuan University's South Asia Study Centre. Its publisher , the Director of the centre, Prof Xie has written in book- 'Mr Modi has emerged as a new star of India. He has changed the political atmosphere in India and the polity as a new reformer and revolutionary politician. We are publishing this book to introduce to the Chinese readers his life and vision with great happiness.' A board of editors was constituted for the book, with Mr Jiawei as its coordinator.

In his message for the book,( dated 15th April 2014)  Shri Narendra Modi has said, " I hope that the book will enabel Chinese friends to have a glimpse of what is Happenning in India right now. It will act as a window to the contemporary scenario in India and shall hopefully help to open up understanding and companionship.
My best regards to all Chinese friends.
s/d Narendra Modi

The book has also been sent by Sichuan University' Centre  to  President Xi Jinping. 

The book was introduced in the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting today by veteran BJP leader and Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Shri Venkaiah Naidu and presented to the Hon'ble Prime Minister by Shri Tarun Vijay in the Central Hall. 

Pic shows Shri Tarun Vijay presenting the book to Hon'ble PM in presence of Shri Naidu and Shri Arun Jaitley, Union Finance and Defence Minister.

Before the India visit of Chinese President Mr Xi Jingping, the book is being considered as a significant  friendly gesture by the Chinese for Indian people.

Monday, July 14, 2014

He lived a full life. dedicated to Hindutva. Acharya Giriraj ji Kishore.

He lived a full life. Completely dedicating him to the cause of Hindutva. Of late he was very frail, would attend, public programmes, silently listening to the speakers from his wheel chair. without disturbing anyone. Those who remember the Ram Temple- Ayodhya days, would recall his contribution. But the politics of Delhi is very ruthless.
Our tributes to him.  Tarun Vijay

The body of Veteran VHP Leader Acharya Giriraj Kishore was today donated to Army College of Medical Sciences, Delhi for education and research purposes. Shri Champat Rai, General Secretary VHP, Shri Alok Kumar, President Dadhichi Deh Dan Samiti, Shri Harsh Malhotra, General Secretary, Dadhichi Deh Dan Samiti and the family members of late leader delivered the body in the Anatomy Hall of the College to Ms. Tripti Shrivastava, Professor and Head of the Anatomy Department. Acharya’s eyes were donated to RP Institute at AIIMS on 13.07.2014.

Earlier, Shri Ashok Singhal, Shri L.K. Advani, Shri Suresh Soni, Shri Dattatreay Hosabole, Shri Raj Nath Singh, Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Shri Nitin Gadkari, Shri Harsh Vardhan, Shri Ananth Kumar and Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji paid their floral tributes to Acharya Ji at VHP office.

Acharya Ji had resolved to donate his body after death on 21.11.2004 in a function at Jhulelal Mandir, East Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. The witnesses to his resolve were Shri Mrityunjay Kumar Acharya his nephew and Shri Rameshwar Prashad Sharma, a colleague. He had appointed Shri Champat Rai, the present International General Secretary of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad to complete the donation of his body after death. Acharya Ji had actively worked for the propagation of Deh Dan and Ang-Dan Mission.  

Acharya Ji lived a life dedicated to the Bharat Mata through RSS and other parivar organizations. He became a RSS Pracharak in 1944 and ceaselessly worked for 70 years till his death in various fields including RSS, ABVP and VHP. He had become the voice of the Ram Janambhumi Andolan.

Our respectful homage.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Homage paid to the victims of Kedarnath tragedy - unbearable memories, heart wrenching agony.

Lighting the lamp before the portrait of martyr's memorial , Pujya Swami ji, Shri Tarun Vijay, Shri Tirath Singh Rawat, Shri Laxmi Prasad Jaiswal and Smt Neelam Sahgal.

On dias L to R-Shri S.P. Kochar, Shri L.P Jaiswal( RSS Prant Karyavah, Pujya Swami ji, Ramakrishna Mission, Shri Tarun Vijay, MP, Uttarakhand, Shri Tirath Singh Rawat, President, State BJP, Smt Neelam Sahgal, Shri Rakesh Oberai, ( CII) Dr Farook, ( CII)

Homage paid to the victims of Kedarnath tragedy on the first Barsi, 16th June at Dehradun

RSS reached first to provide help, first to start rehabilitation- RSS state secy (karyavah) Jaiswal

"We demand a white paper on the Kedarnath tragedy and the relief work undertaken by govt.' Demands Uttarakhand MP Tarun Vijay 

Work done by RSS, Gayatri Pariwar, Swaminarayan, Baba Ramdev and common people salutary. We are for ever indebted to our security forces and Jawans, from Army, IAF, ITBP, IDRF, police for providing help at the cost of their lives--Tarun Vijay

Shri Tirath Singh Rawat blasted the insensitiveness of the Cong govt

In a  homage and remembrance meet at Dehradun,  organized by BJP MP Shri Tarun Vijay, tearful tributes were paid to the Kedarnath victims and the martyrs from the Forces. 

State BJP President Shri Tirath Singh Rawat, State RSS Secy( karyavah) Shri Laxmi Prasad Jaiswal, Dehradun Mahanagar BJP President Smt Neelam Sahgal, State Rashtra Sewika Samiti jt secy Smt Anjali Verma,  Ven Swami ji of the local Ramakrishna Mission, veteran social activists Shri Rakesh Oberai and Dr Farook paid homage to the Kedarnath tragedy victims. 

The sacrifices of the soldiers and security forces, from army, IAF, IDRF, Police , ITBP in protecting the lives of the pilgrims was remembered and their heroic deeds were saluted. A large number of participants from all walks of life had gathered who lit candles at the end of the program me in the memory of the dead.

RSS state Secy informed that more than 200 children of the disaster affected areas are being provided education and hostel facilities. Besides several knew projects like computer centers, medical relief centers, and hospitals have been undertaken in the upper hill areas . Shri Tarun Vijay said that he has undertaken help and education for 100 disaster-affected children.

some pics from the last year's Kedarnath album.... tragedy and relief efforts

Saturday, April 12, 2014

If not Modi, then who? Someone is needed to restore India back to Indians.

April 08, 2014 09:29 IST

'Someone is needed to restore India back to Indians. So you decided you won't vote for Modi. But then, who will you vote for?'
'List your leaders from the north to south and east to west, and ask your heart and mind, will any one of them be able to deliver and bring back India from the darkness it has fallen into?' asks Rajya Sabha MP Tarun Vijay.
There must be millions who will never get a chance to meet or speak to Narendra Modi. Still they want him -- as prime minister.
They would never ask for a Cabinet berth, chairmanship of a corporation or even membership of the Minorities Commission from the 'Hindu quota' as some of the worst Hindu-baiters availed of in this regime.
So what ignited their minds?
I was in Karimganj, near Silchar on the India-Bangladesh border, Shillong, Banaras, Allahabad, Gorakhpur, Lucknow, Kanpur, Patna, Amritsar, Pathankot, Jallandhar, Pune, Pali, Muzaffarpur and Hyderabad. People who were never ever connected with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or the Bharatiya Janata Party, were seen supporting Modi.
In Christian-dominated areas; in areas where Muslims are in a majority; and in Hindu-majority constituencies who have always returned a non-BJP legislator.
I have known Narendrabhai since the days of our respected Advaniji's Rathyatra from Somnath to Ayodhya in 1990. He was never like this. The words I spoke to Advaniji, in his Ram Rath, when we took off from Somnath after an elaborate havan, can be used for Modi now -- you have entered a different orbit of public life.
The Rathyatra transformed Advaniji from a gentle, intellectual BJP ideologue-leader to a mass leader whose mesmerising charm would transform the party and the contours of politics.
This election is going to do the same thing.
Narendrabhai Modi will be a man of destiny, so far from us yet so close to India's destiny.
You may choose to ignore him, pooh-pooh him and say it is all a media creation, he is a big hoax, it's all propaganda. Still, in your heart, a small voice says 'It's Modi this time'.
After all, every Indian voter has a choice.
So if not Modi, then who?
The dark age we have had, mired in clouds of corruption, lethargy, when no government office was working and/or delivering, with external threats looming large and our voice getting lost in a din of being mocked at, ignored and taken lightly, with internal security matters going out of hand -- not just the Maoists, but even a Google playing with Indian security and the complaints of a government agency like the Survey of India getting a boot from the weak, spineless leadership and bureaucracy, price rise, inflation, rupee devaluation, corruption in gigantic schemes like MGNREGA, the Supreme Court intervening to ensure justice in government at every step... people began losing faith in the State's power.
Someone is needed to restore India back to Indians.
So you decided you won't vote for Modi. But then, who will you vote for?
List your leaders from the north to south and east to west, and ask your heart and mind, will any one of them be able to deliver and bring back India from the darkness it has fallen into?
Name everyone, weigh their acumen, analyse their achievements and stand on various issues like terrorism, military power, security issues, economy, external affairs, and all those matters that have been making your mind anxious and uncomfortable.
And then decide.
It is not a matter concerning a personality, a party, an ideology or a group of campaigners.
It concerns the future and safety of our nation.
Our people. Their children. And the future of those children.
It is your vote, and your nation, after all.
Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters.

Tarun Vijay is a Bharatiya Janata Party member of the Rajya Sabha. He is a member of the Parliamentary Consultative Committee on External Affairs; a member, Parliamentary Group on India China Friendship.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Guru Govind Singh ji's famous Shabad 'Deh Shiva' must be our National Youth Song-Tarun Vijay in Rajya Sabha-Listen this song, read the meaning of it and be a victorious soldier of Mother India!!

Listen this song, read the meaning of it and be a victorious soldier of Mother India!!

Declare 'Deh Shiva' National Youth song: BJP 
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 22-
The famous victory song of Guru Gobind Singh 'Deh Shiva Var Moha Eihe, Shubh Karman Te Kab Hu Na Taraun' should be made National Youth song, said the BJP member of Parliament, Tarun Vijay and added that it should be made obligatory in the beginning of all the national youth programmes and in special programmes of the Armed Forces. 

You Tube link to Deh Shiva Var Mohe 

Deh Shiva bar mohe hai in Punjabi and English Translation
In Punjabi Wordings 

Deh Shiva bar mohe-i-hai 

shubh karman the kabhu na taroo 

Na daroo ar siyoo jab jah laroon 

Nischai kar apni jeet koroo 

Ar Sikh hao apne hi man ko 

Eh lalch hou goon tau uchroo 

Jab aav ki audh nidhann banay 

Aut he rann me tab joojh maroo 

English Translation
Grant me this boon O God
May I never refrain from the righteous acts;
May I fight without fear all foes in life's battles 
With confident courage claiming the victory! 
May thy glory be grained in my mind, 
and my highest ambition be singing thy praises; 
When this mortal life comes to end, 
May I die fighting with limitless courage

FREE MP3 Ringtone Deh Shiva bar mohe-i-hai @

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Can Rajya Sabha show some heart to discuss Nido Tania and NE issue tomarrow? - Tarun Vijay

Don't play with Northeast anger.
Shri Tarun Vijay, MP at NE Protest march, Jantar Mantar, New Delhi today
Can Rajya Sabha show some heart to discuss Nido Tania and NE issue tomarrow? - Tarun Vijay MP (Rajya Sabha) and President Solidarity with Youth of Northeast (SYNE).
6th Feb.2014, New Delhi - Mr. Tarun Vijay, MP (Rajya Sabha and President Solidarity with Youth of Northeast (SYNE) joined the NE students protest march at Jantar Mantar today and warned government not to play with snowballing anger in Northeast region over delay in justice on NIDO TANIA's tragic  death. 
He has appealed to all party leaders in Rajya Sabha to keep House in order to facilitate a discussion on Nido Tania's tragic death and the resultant NE anger. He said all issues raised by Members might be important, but can they stop disruption for a one hour discussion for the sake of our Northeast? 'I hope the hon'ble Members will show some heart and they will give a positive signal to NE by allowing a discussion on this important and sensitive issue.
He condemned efforts to spread rumours that Nido Tania might have died due to drug overdose.  He said that this is like rubbing salt on the wounds of Northeast youth and should be nipped in the bud otherwise antisocial and antinational elements may use this and hamper justice for Nido Tania.  Mr. Tarun Vijay wondered why police has not acted so far against such rumour mongers. 
He also appealed to media not to make this issue as an isolated matter of our NE fellow citizens.  It concerns the entire nation and every party and organisation leader joining the fight of NE should be welcomed.  He asked   if Northeast fight for justice is left only to the northeast people will that situation be good for national unity and   feelings of oneness? 

In a decisive moment, Sushma ji included the NE demands in BJP's national agenda

You are us, you make India complete, we are proud of you- Sushma Swaraj to NE students

Arunachal Pradesh Student leaders met Smt Sushma Swaraj , Hon'ble Leader of opposition, Loksabha on 5th Feb 2014 at her Parliament office. They were Ms Sunny Tayeng, Gen Secy, Women's wing, Arunachal Students Union, Delhi (ASUD), Mr Taba Doni, Gen secy, ASUD, Mr D. Apao, Organising Committee Member, NE .
Shri Tarun Vijay, MP, Shri Kiran Rijijuu, former MP and Shri Sunil Deodhar, National Convener, BJP's NE Cell were also present. Smt Sushma Swaraj heard patiently the student leaders and immediately decided to have the demands like a separate hostel facility for NE students in delhi, inclusion of the NE great men and women's stories as well as life sketches of the war heroes in text books and directed these issues to be a part of BJP's national agenda.  Student leaders thanked her for her brilliant, emotional and straightforward speech in Loksabha on Nido Tania and the NE .