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Bhimrao Patkar, The Indian Express quotes Naidu: "Even during Vajpayee’s regime,decisions were taken collectively… Atalji opined that the Gujarat Chief Minister (Modi) should adhere to raj dharma and step down (over the 2002 riots) But the party collectively decided that he should continue and that decision prevailed I was the party president it was a difficult moment for me but Atalji went along with that (the party’s decision) That is how the the BJP functions" BJP’s Murli Manohar Joshi Right before Modi was named the party’s PM candidate there were speculations that some in the top leadership was disapproving of the move And BJP’s nomination of Modi raised a mini hell when LK Advani not only quit the party he sent out a letter (copies of which were accessed by the media) condemning the way the party functioned After an endless series of talks Advani relented However Modi is faced with a familiar ghost again now Senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi who contests from the Varanansi seat in Uttar Pradesh has taken heed of reports that suggest Modi could be fighting this year’s polls from his constituency According to a report on The Indian Express in a poll campaign meeting Joshi sought clarity on the reports of Modi contesting from the Varanasi constituency TheIE reports: "While both Singh and Modi were learnt to have heard him out they gave no indication of their thinking on this issue Although some sources sought to suggest that Joshi’s remarks were made in a lighter vein the fact that the issue was raised is significant" Like we have noticed in Firstpost previously Modi contesting from Varanansi works in the favour of the BJP in several ways The party has made it clear that UP is its prime focus area with the 80 seats in has in the Lok Sabha The BJP will be able to turn around its national fortunes if it manages to make a sizable dent in the UP votes For the same reason UP has been bombarded with Modi rallies – there have been at least 10 Modi rallies in several corners of the state The UP government’s failure to stop the Muzaffarnagar riots also gives the BJP a great opportunity to lob the accusations of being a ‘communal’ party under Modi as its opponents And by disparaging the SP government which cries itself hoarse over its ‘secular’ credentials Modi also gets to effectively counter the taint of riots on him The ‘they did it too’ approach doesn’t essentially relieve Modi from carrying the burden of riots around but it at least helps dilute the apprehension that he will potentially a disruptive and divisive leader Since neither Modi nor the BJP can deny responsibility for the Gujarat riots the only way they can work their poll narrative around it is by pointing out the many lapses of others by saying that the others are as great or small sinners as they are And this line of attack works perfectly with Uttar Pradesh in the background Also this argument can only be given voice effectively not by a Murli Manohar Joshi but a Narendra Modi And in its scramble to reach the top the party possibly will be willing to ignore a few stray voices of protest Written by Bharat Sundaresan | Published: October 18 2017 9:15 am Two years ago Panama Football Federation president Pedro Chaluja had alleged that the senior side’s 2-1 loss to Mexico was fixed Related News In what was a slightly embarrassing case of mistaken identity a Mexican fan was stopped at the gates of the Fatorda Stadium because he allegedly resembled one of Mexico’s most notorious bookies It’s learnt that security personnel at all gates had been alerted that Francisco — who’s believed to be a convicted match-fixer – had entered Goa and might end up at Fatorda They had also been provided with his file photo just in case he did show up Unfortunately though it happened to be just someone who looked like Francisco and officials clarified that the fan was only asked to wait for a while before being allowed to enter the ground Francisco was found to have never left Mexico The evening didn’t end too well either for the fan as he had to endure his team’s 2-1 defeat to Iran Two years ago Panama Football Federation president Pedro Chaluja had alleged that the senior side’s 2-1 loss to Mexico was fixed Chaluja has asked FIFA and CONCACAF to conduct an investigation into the Gold Cup match Chaluja had alleged that outside elements had been successful in influencing the game For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 5 2013 3:23 am Related News On March 19the parliamentary standing committee on healthwhich should champion the cause of millions of people deprived of healthcare in Indiachose to support the cause of the Indian Medical Associationa trade union of doctors The committee released a report that rejected the Union health ministrys plan to create a cadre of mid-level practitionersknown as community health officers (CHOs)to deliver primary healthcare much closer to village homes than the current three-tier system offers These CHOs would be recruited and trained in their native districts through a focused three-and-a-half year programmeand stationed at sub-centres (serving roughly 5000 people) where they would manage common health problems and emergencies and quickly refer complicated cases to doctors at higher facilities The government is developing this programme under a legal mandate provided by the Delhi High Court in response to a public interest litigation filed by us in November 2009 The need for this PIL arose after the IMA repeatedly obstructed expert committee recommendations for such a programmearguing that the Indian Medical Council Act allows only MBBS graduates to deliver any clinical care The MBBS degree is more a colonial hangover than a gold standard It has become the gold standard by having been around for a long time In 1946when the Bhore Committee designed Indias public health systemthe MBBS coexisted with the licentiatea three-year diploma in medicine In a move criticised by its own membersthe committee abolished the licentiatealthough licentiates formed two-thirds of registered practitioners and were available in rural areas The Bhore Committee gave the same reasons that the IMA and its mouthpiecethe parliamentary standing committeeis repeating today They feared that quality would be dilutedand there would be different types of doctors for rural and urban areas But we know a lot more about quality todayand that demolishes this argument Two statesChhattisgarh and Assamadopted the three-year model (through state legislations)with positive outcomes A study led by Krishna Rao at Public Health Foundation of India found that rural medical assistants in Chhattisgarhtrained through the three-year modelwere as competent as MBBS doctors in primary-level management of diarrhoeapneumoniamalariaTBpre-eclampsia and diabetes AYUSH (AyurvedaYogaUnaniSiddha and Homeopathy) doctors and paramedics fared significantly lower The other argumentthat this course will create two different types of doctorsis equally untenableas there is no intention of replacing doctors at rural facilities by CHOs The programme is designed to address a huge gap at the fourth tierwhere no doctors are present City dwellers with multiple treatment options may find it difficult to believe that most rural households and a good number of urban poor ones are unable to access qualified doctors Out of every 100 health provider visits in rural areas70 to 90 may be to unqualified providers as they are nearest to village homeseven providing doorstep careto approximately 1500-2000 population On the other handgovernment doctors (at PHCs) cater to 30000 plus population and are far from village homes With poor public transportationno sick person (women and children in particular) can be expected to walk 5-25 kilometres to the nearest PHC Every village needs a small health clinic within 1-2 km that provides first-level management of common diseasesalong with preventive care This lies at the heart of equitable healthcarebut has been woefully neglected by our health planners and policymakers for years Indias high burden of child mortality and malnutrition are direct outcomes of this neglect Pneumonia and diarrhoeatwo of the biggest childhood killersare treated largely in the informal sector Poor management of infectious diseases (besides food) is an important determinant of child malnutrition: infections deplete childrens nutritional storesleaving them vulnerable to more infections and further malnutrition We need providers with the right core competencies and attitudesrather than qualificationsfor different health needssuch as skilled birth attendants and not necessarily gynaecologists for normal pregnancies and childbirths Similarlyprimary care providers could also be defined by a set of core competenciesirrespective of whether they are doctors or mid-level practitioners But by stubbornly clinging to a doctors-or-nothing approach for primary carethe IMA is succeeding in keeping millions of people in persistent deprivation This is not an egalitarianbut an immoralposition It is imperative that we make trained primary providers available as quickly as possible to our 800 million rural population and roughly 80 million urban poorbalancing available resources with equityefficiency and quality In 2011experts including Srinath Reddy (presidentPHFI)Devi Shetty (chairmanNarayana Hrudayalaya)T Sundararaman (directorNational Health Systems Resource Centre)Vinod Paul (head of paediatricsAIIMS) and ourselvespresented this evidence and more before a previous parliamentary committee The new committee has acknowledged it all and yet recommended that the government should not go ahead with the course Their advice to the ministry: devise new strategies like open more medical collegesincrease intake of MBBS and nursing graduates and enforce compulsory rural postings for MBBS graduates Dear parliamentariansthese strategies are neither new nor successful The new ones are what the ministry is proposing Fortunatelythe standing committees recommendations are not binding upon the ministry that must decide independently where its accountability lies with the people or with a small section of the medical fraternity with vested interests Meenakshi Gautham is a research fellow with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicinebased at PHFI KM Shyamprasada former cardio-thoracic surgeon and current chancellor of the Martin Luther Christian UniversityMeghalayawas a member of the task force on medical education for NRHM For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIf Narendra Modi challenged the Gandhis in their pocket borough by breaking a decades-old tradition when he chose to conduct a huge rally in Amethi Congress-vice-president Rahul Gandhi is all set to return the compliment with a mega roadshow in Varanasi one of the seats from where the Gujarat chief minister is contesting According to a report in The Times of India while Priyanka Vadra has opted out of campaigning in Varanasi despite Rai’s requests Rahul is set to lead a roadshow through the "PM nominee’s home turf" Rahul Gandhi in this file photo Reuters Congress candidate in Varanasi Ajay Rai has in fact fallen to third place in the temple town according to all observations in a campaign dominated by the Modi-Arvind Kejriwal rivalry In spite of this Rahul is expected to visit Varanasi on 10 May the last day of campaigning before the final phase of polling on 12 May According to the report "Rahul’s visit to Varanasi as campaigning rounds up will have symbolic relevance in that it shows that the Congress leadership won’t give in to the saffron attack" The last-minute inclusion of the roadshow in Rahul’s campaign itinerary is being seen as a strong response to Modi challenging the Gandhis in Amethi earlier this week The Gujarat CM took the election battle right to the Gandhi parivar’s doorstep on 5 May with a rally in Gauriganj He delivered one of his longer rally speeches accusing Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi Congress president Sonia Gandhi and star campaigner Priyanka Gandhi Vadra of failing the people of Amethi He accused Priyanka of being arrogant and said the Gandhi family is coming to the end of its rule in its fiefdom In Varanasi as the campaign reaches fever pitch the Election Commission is set to call in a record number of paramilitary forces in the high-profile constituency With nearly 20000 central and state armed paramilitary forces to be roped in this is possibly the heaviest force deployment in a non-extremism hit constituency according to a report in The Times of India As in Vadodara the other constituency from where Modi is seeking election to the Lok Sabha there will be videography in every polling station in Varanasi too given the nature of the constituency its high profile candidates and the frayed tempers around the highly polarised campaign Several senior Congress leaders including Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma have already campaigned for Rai More star campaigners including Salman Khurshid Raj Babbar Sriprakash Jaiswal Rajiv Shukla and film actor Amisha Patel will be campaigning for Rai in Varanasi in coming days he also said that the ministry is thinking of giving conditioned and limited approval to dealing with banned firms, police said. We need to win. it is an easy watch, an official said. He’s known to be a hardliner who likes to do his job quietly. what matters is that I am giving it my best shot,seems to be aware of these issues.

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