National Policy for Lockdown 4.0

POSCO and Vedanta were disallowed in the last decade in Odisha due to environmental, land acquisition and labour issues. That would have given Odisha a cutting edge in growth and retention of its labour force, in addition to incidental advantages.

I fully agree that the environment has to be conserved. But when the wheel has started rolling, you can’t stupidly press the brakes either!! Just look at the optimum balance factors.

The fall out of all such one-sided stupid cries, wherever, was that the educated, unskilled, organised & unorganised sectors migrated to other parts of the country. It not only created vacuum at their home States but also overloaded resources at their places of work. This also resulted in imbalanced growth in the same country. While the native State Governments continued to retain power mostly by declaring pro-poor schemes at the Taxpayers hard expenses. It made the poor more indolent and demanding!! And the continuing stagnancy of development in such States has been stifling the chances of “willing Returnees” to move back. What are they going to do after arriving back at their native State ? They have also learnt progressive things, and are better off in other States offering ample opportunities and socio-economic empowerment.

This is where we need a NATIONAL POLICY on the now “expected reforms” : land acquisition, changes in labour laws, environmental conservation, decentralisation chapters, empowerment of Panchayats/Sarpanchs, litigation episodes, etc. However, there can be few exceptions in every State or UT, with due regard to very specific Constitutional provisions.

Otherwise within 2-3 years, we are going to witness huge discrepancies in any kind of Resources Management – natural or man-made. And that will be an overall negative blow to the country, despite all the fabulous chances and our hard efforts!!! We are also aiming at welcoming foreign companies – so things have to be clearly defined and well-distributed. No lobbying unlike earlier times!

So let’s call for “uniformity” and “collective” actions. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

Trade Unions are of course on their way to the ILO, funded by Congress, Communist parties and unknown foreign agents (pls refer attached link). It depends on our own intelligentsia and rapport with progressive World Leaders to negate every move of theirs but lawfully.

And before that, yes, we must compensate them for their losses during the Lockdown. None of the Governments handled their issues proactively. Unfortunately, even the Hon’ble Supreme Court failed to take a ‘suo moto’ cognisance of the same and issue timely directives!! They should have been duly taken care of by the host State Governments, with substantial assistance from the Centre.

But the chaos set in, though it was much avoidable. And then, it was at best, an unclear and passive response by the respective State administrations. Some of the stranded Migrant Workers and jobless Daily Wage Labourers survived only due to the generosity of some individuals, groups, NGOs and their Benefactors.

Therefore, it is my humble request to Central and all State Governments to duly compensate the Migrant Workers and Daily Wage Labourers, before queuing them up for their next tasks as per expected new scenarios.

Let us please keep everything fair and uniform, and leave no room ever to be morally or politically questioned on any platform.

Jai Hind ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

Trade Unions to move ILO against dilution of Labour Laws by BJP-ruled States

5 Responses

  1. Good.. Well thought one. May be skill development plan has to be revamped. Science education needs to be reemphasized. A lot many things are to be done. But unfortunately, there will not be any consensus. Opposition supported by our Intellectuals funded by foreign media and countries will try to halt everything.

  2. Certainly the laws have to be changed. More than that, our mindset has to be changed. Pata nahini, what RaGa will do… His blind followers will not like any police which doesn’t start with Gandhi’s and ends with corruption.

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  3. Well, industries will come. Digital industries will flourish. But the manufacturing, food processing and agro industries should also evolve.

    https://www.news18.com/news/india/us-companies-like-microsoft-oracle-paypal-others-express-interest-for-investment-in-odisha-2618793.html

  4. True. We have so many policies and so many people defined them. But, if you ask any one what is the policy, no one can explain!
    A clear, concise and legally valid policy should be introduced. If NaMo Govt cannot do, then no one can do. But the way it is happening, I still have doubt, if we have any such policy in the near future.

  5. You just echoed the voice of unknown ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

    Let’s hope for the best!

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