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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

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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 .

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Respected Sushma Ji meets NE student leaders. Assures all help.BJP includes NE students demands in its 2014 election menifesto

Respected Sushma Swaraj, Leader of opposition, Loksabha today met NE student leaders in  her Parliamentary office in presence of Shri Tarun Vijay, MP, Shri Kiran Rijiju, former MP Arunachal Pradesh and Shri Sunil Deodhar, National Convener of the North East Cell, BJP.

She assured all help and immediately directed to include the special provision of including NE heroes and social reformers life sketches in the curriculum of CBSE and NCERT so that th next government will have to implement it. She also  told that the racial discrimination is an office under 153 A Cr Proc educe Act. he offered all help to the NE students. She also committed to include the demands to have the hostels for NE students and the inclusion of the life sketches of the great men and women of NE in school curriculums as a part of BJP's election menifesto.

NE student leaders  who met Respected Sushma ji, expressed their gratefulness for her heart touching speech in Loksabha today on the death of Nido Tania and the discrimination meted out top the NE students in Delhi.included . The leaders included Ms. Sunny Tayeng, Gen Secy of the women's wing of Arunachal Students Union, Delhi (ASUD), Mr Taba Doni, Gen Secy, ASUD and Mr D Apao, Organising Committee, NE,.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

RIP Nido Tania. Its not an Arunachal or Northeast issue, it affects us all Indians

The Times of India .com

Nido Tania, 19, was a student from Arunachal Pradesh, which I always call as our precious Jai Hind province as almost in every village there Hindi is spoken and the tricolour flutters with a pride that inspires us north Indians, who arrogantly remain ignorant about our NE frontiers. 

He was a sweet boy filled with life and verve, had his hair coloured and innocently asked a New Delhi's Lajpat Nagar market shopkeeper the directions to an address. He was mocked at instead, they didn't help but made fun of him. He must have felt humiliated so much that like an angry, loveable son, the pride in him turned into a rage and he broke the glass of the shop.  

Anyone in his place would have expressed anger maybe more bitterly, but the kid was angry, more at himself. The shopkeepers, who first made fun of him were monsters now. A lil sweet sparrow, was mercilessly beaten up collectively by those traders, almost to a pulp till some policemen came and tried to have a compromise. 

In fact those policemen were trying to shield the shopkeepers, they were not sympathetic to the boy, who was hardly able to speak and was under severe pain. They also made the boy  write a note: I do not need medical assistance.

What brutality we show to our sons and daughters in the national capital. 

           [Nido Tania]

Instead of showing sympathies with the victim and taking him to the nearest doctor or hospital, the policemen were trying to have him say — nothing happened; I am ok.

Delhi is unfair and savage to those who try to find a home here from other parts of the nation. In fact, nobody belongs to Delhi, it's a city of political staircases and scheming experts. If you don't have a job or a work assignment, you won't be here rather be in your home town. This is not a home town to those who live here. 

Massacred eighteen times, devastated and burnt and looted  by invaders, this city gave shelter to seekers of a better fortune from everywhere.

There is hardly any sense of belongingness or a principal flow of culture or the  civilisational shade that would point to a common, collective root. Caste driven moneybags and street- smart vagabonds drive it. A city of 'contacts', 'acquaintances' 'sir jees' and 'saheb-yessir wallahs' can make anyone feel friendless in a  vast crowd. A crowd that consists of political agents, job seekers, tense, stressed and hurriedly trying to meet the deadly deadlines, jealous, merciless competitors, who want to make a quick buck, as soon as possible, as much as possible. 

[The author with the student leaders of Arunachal Pradesh (Arunachal Students Union, Delhi-ASUD) after having a meeting with Delhi Police chief at police headquarters]

The politicians of various hues and shades mark the mainstream of go-getters that are ruthlessly professional and work with a killing instinct. Nothing is sacrilegious, nothing is unthinkable, nothing remains impossible too. 

Nido Tania and many others like him fall victim to such an insensitive heartless city. You have to be politically correct, connected and well versed in prevalent mannerism marked by sarcasm, duplicity and drama-bazi to stay afloat, keep surviving.

Pray for Nido Tania and pray for a more humane and caring society. We have good, nice, sensitive people too. They must speak out, reach out to these students who are mourning for their buddy.

Let everyone stand with his parents, friends and fraternity. Its not, and I repeat not a northeastern issue, nor a matter pertaining to just Arunachal. It involves us all Indians. It's an India cause.

RIP Nido Tania.