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They should have done it in February, but they did not want to become unpopular any further Now the Budget has come out Some people are saying that we are more aggressive on reforms Reforms can only be progressive Stabilise and move forward D K Singh: People say that you are misusing the fact that you are a majority to push things without a debate Who were these people who disrupted the debate who didn’t allow the debate The very first day they raised slogans and used abusive language for the Prime Minister First the Congress then the TMC and Telangana Rashtra Samithi disrupted the House If you disrupt the House and go to the well and tear papers it means you are not interested in a debate Day before yesterday on price rise the government told them that we will debate everything They did not The second day they saw public reaction and on the third day Mallikarjun Kharge said ‘We are ready for debate’ You should have done that on the first day The TMC is aggrieved as they feel that there isn’t adequate allocation for Bengal But the fact is otherwise — the highest expenditure in the Railway budget is for Bengal followed by Bihar Maharashtra and Karnataka Figures are available but they do not want to debate On Friday we told friends from all parties that we are ready for discussions Still they came to the well of the House You can’t disrupt the House and then say this is a bad day for democracy D K Singh: Why do we see confrontation between the Opposition and Treasury benches in the Lok Sabha On Friday for instance you brought this TRAI Act amendment The attitude of a political party should not depend on whether they are in the Opposition or government It should depend on the issues What is there to object in TRAI I’m not able to understand Is there any national security involved My point is — discuss debate decide but do not disrupt Maneesh Chhibber: The Prime Minister has said that his government did not have a proper honeymoon period How long do you think the honeymoon period should be There is no honeymoon we are working 24×7 When a government is formed people try to give it some reasonable time Even the Opposition gives it some time On the very first day you demonstrate in front of my office about power Electricity is not produced overnight Regarding the Railways you wanted to have a fare hike and then you send your MLA to my minister’s house and that man removes the minister’s nameplate and stomps on it What sort of culture is this Subhomoy Bhattacharjee: Is the JNNURM programme going to be renamed Then there’s also the smart cities plan Does the Urban Development Ministry have the capacity for such a programme It doesn’t run city-specific programmes Regarding the question of renaming 650 Government of India and state government schemes are named after one family I am not getting into that The JNNURM was approved in 2005 by the Planning Commission It started in 2007 and was mandated for five years In 2012 the government extended it for another year In 2013 they extended it again by one year In March 2014 it was finally over Now what can I do A new government would have its own ideas priorities I am discussing ways and means of improving it What is the experience of JNNURM What’s the feedback from states I don’t want to take any unilateral decision I am not going to abandon any scheme I convened a meeting of all the ministers of states We have to persuade state governments and prepare the urban local bodies Thirty state governments and Union territories met for two days Various issues were discussed I don’t have much experience in this ministry I am a rural person I am more a party person than a government person A building is being illegally constructed you close your eyes At the end of it something happens then suddenly one IAS or IPS officer or a good politician comes and says demolish this unauthorised construction Why should we do this Make the local building inspector area supervisor or zonal planner accountable for this If any unauthorised thing is found he should be held accountable I can’t do it so I suggested this at the ministers’ meeting Secondly regarding transparency — how much money is spent on each scheme One municipal chairperson has put signboards in every ward in Tanuku West Godavari saying this is the revenue from this ward and this is the expenditure these are the programmes being executed here That’s a report of her accountability To give another example there is no free power in Gujarat and the power charge is higher than in other states People are happily paying because there is assured and quality power 24×7 If you guarantee service people pay I was sceptical because there are more than 10 states where the Congress and regional parties are in power I said that your political colour will not be a consideration for me to make allotments; performance is my parameter to allot funds All the 30 states and UTs came forward to adopt a national declaration for urban rejuvenation We started on a happy note Vijaita Singh: Was JNNURM a successful scheme Assessment differs with every scheme There are certain positive things pertaining to JNNURM By the end of this House session I will be ready with my mission Sunil Jain: One of the big problems that cities have is that they tend to be starved of funds Maharashtra for example would rather give it to other areas because politicians get more votes from those parts One of the suggestions that has been made in the past is that like you get Finance Commission grants for states there should be similar grants for cities We have to take the states on board There is a provision for state finance commissions in our local bodies But that is not effectively happening Secondly there is a big challenge before the system We politicians with short-term objectives in mind have misled people Sab kaam sarkar karegi hum bekaar baithe to chalega: This mentality has come into the system My grandfather used to call a village assembly during the onset of the monsoon and tell everyone to build a tank Irrigation tanks are the lifelines of villages And everybody used to work together Nowadays nobody is willing to remove even a small stone lying in front of his house They would rather wait for the municipal corporator or MLA to take action Secondly municipalities give memorandum to the state government The state government gives memorandum to the Central government The Central government looks towards World Bank for funding How long can you continue this You have to make people pay for the services they get Rakesh Sinha: Why did the party feel the need to induct two leaders from the RSS If somebody wants to work in the political field and if they have a good background it will only strengthen the organisation Our relationship with the RSS is no secret we are a product of the RSS and proud to be associated with it; nobody should have an objection D K Singh: On the issue of the Leader of Opposition the PM has reportedly told you to go by the rules The PM has not told me anything Secondly this the domain of the Speaker I don’t enter that domain Kamal Nath my friend and senior parliamentarian must be talking out of his own experience But I can assure you the Speaker is always neutral After discussing all these include threatening to go to court now suddenly they have realised that there is no basis to their argument They are now seeking support from other parties as per media reports Today we are in power yesterday they were in power They did not accord recognition to the TDP that was the largest party with 31 (in 1984) Now that you face a similar situation you accuse us and criticise the Speaker This is very unfortunate Take the case of Telangana — the Congress brought the Bill we supported it There were a lot of issues on which we supported the government I expect a similar thing I appeal to the Opposition to understand the spirit of mandate Ashutosh Bhardwaj: Does the mandate allow you to appoint as party president a person who is facing serious criminal charges and who has been in jail and named in the illegal snooping on a woman This has nothing to do with the mandate that is the choice of the party This is all political vendetta Nothing has been proved Convicted people are part of the alliance on the other side He (Amit Shah) has organisational abilities and he has proven his capability The party in its collective wisdom thought he was best suited for the role Ravish Tiwari: A mere whiff of a charge ensured that Nitin Gadkari did not get a second term Here a formal trial is going on That is the difference It is a political case And you know how the UPA used misused and abused the CBI ED Income Tax and other departments The matter is in the courts the courts will decide We are not giving him any constitutional position like the Congress did in the case of Sheila Dikshit She was made governor to escape the law Vijaita Singh: Has Sheila Dikshit been asked to resign I don’t know All political appointees must go with the political establishment Vijaita Singh: But many of them have refused to resign They have resigned to their fate When the NDA lost all the governors appointed by the NDA were unceremoniously removed by these people Yes suggestion has been made to resign If they resign fine If they don’t resign what to do These people were selected on the basis of political loyalty Vijaita Singh: What will you do if they don’t resign That is not my domain Ruhi Bhasin: The UPA government had mooted a proposal to bring the Delhi Development Authority and Delhi Police under the Delhi government’s control There’s no government in Delhi On the face of it it looks attractive but there are problems If law and order is given to the Delhi government you also have the national government here you have embassies here I am yet to discuss this issue with my colleagues Shruti Srivastava: Earlier the BJP had criticised the UPA as having a welfare model But your Budget has the same tone and tenor Does it mean that you realise that now that you are on the other side you will have to be pro-poor On one side the criticism is that you are not bothered about food you are only bothered about corporates Now you are saying that we are pro-poor Everyone has to be pro-poor But to uplift the poor you need to create wealth Without creating wealth you cannot distribute wealth A balanced approach has been taken by the Finance Minister Why the present economic situation has derailed — 433 per cent of the national revenue is being spent on interest repayment; 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