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Monday, June 6, 2011

FOR THE PEOPLE: "നാടിനും നാട്ടാര്‍ക്കും"

It has been quite an honour for me, when I look into my blog's visitors log details. I have come to know from that database, that post-elections visitors, are now quite keen on knowing my development plans for Perinthalmanna. For us, or for Democracy itself to succeed; the government should always have a very good connection with the people. People should also be active in such development politics as well. They should be interacting and also ensuring governments to perform based on those interactions. Then only the concept of democracy is alive. Perinthalmanna and Kerala in general is rich with such a politically aware population. That fact is itself a huge motivator for social workers like me.  

This time, UDF has only entered into the rule with a very small lead in the assembly. Still, Mr. Oommen Chandi has been able to get a ministry with quite an able team to handle things efficiently. The divisions and allocations of different portfolios seems to be a factor that will ensure the government has a better collective responsibility in comparison to the previous government.

Unlike my previous constituency, Perinthalmanna is a much more (both geographically and strategically) important constituency. Today, Perinthalmanna is a "nowhere" after a mere 70 km circle. Beyond that, Perinthalmanna is only known in KSRTC bus stands and a few milestones here and there. The scenario now is in the verge of change since Aligarh Muslim University Off-campus has got located here. This location, can become one of the proud destinations of the state in decade; if a careful plan and fast effective execution follows it.

It is estimated that, by the completion of Aligarh University Operations; a lot of service industries might also move into the location, which would result in the increase of the population by almost fifty thousand. Perinthalmanna, at present; lags a lot behind in infrastructure; even for the present population. To accommodate an inorganic growth of 25% in the next ten years, Perinthalmanna, needs a planning board to begin the planning itself.

Thats just a tip of the iceberg of what we have to do here. We still live with the income of NRIs. Perinthalmanna, as a location but should be able to provide good scope for high income for the population from here itself. I know the people over here, will be having good plans to enhance such employment and social welfare issues.

For the people, both such activities and the infrastructure are equally important. Ideas change lives. And it is such ideas that people like me love to hear.

Do write in your ideas. Do also look into my election manifesto and give your recommendations for which should be done first and which should follow next. It will be of great help, as all plans and ideas are for



നാടിനും നാട്ടാര്‍ക്കും 


Contribute to the cause, after all its for us.

10 comments:

  1. This is a good start. I hope we'll soon start active discussions on what our priorities are and how we can touch the lives of most of the people,especially the needy and under privileged and help them bring to main stream while striving to transform our constituency to a 21st century civic community. I am sure,ideas will start pouring in in no time like the monsoon rain :-)
    Best of luck..with all support pledged,
    Sudheer M

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  2. Dear Alikka.
    Although I am not live in your new constituency, i do recommend that the first priority is to given the traffic problems in Perintalmanna.
    As per your manifesto you said about that you are going to change Perintalmanna in to a Modern city.
    Yes- indeed that should be your first priority.

    More over congratulations once again for victory and waiting the news of your entry in to the Cabinet .

    With best regards

    Bava
    Jeddah
    +966565163614

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  3. Dear Manjalamkuzhi Ali,

    Your vision for development is superb.

    Once again, as I did earlier, appreciates your vision. I am very much about vision.

    Instead of playing politics for governance, political fronts should change their mindset at the earliest. What Kerala needs now is a couple of pratical leaders who believe in development not politics (politricks).

    I had written an article on - Call for development for a reputed business organisation when I worked there. In that I gave more emphasis on the need of development and what our political fronts should do.

    More to write. Wants to talk to you regarding a report that i'm very much interested. Will mail and call you soon.

    Regards
    --
    K Govindan Nampoothiry
    Journalist
    Kochi
    Mobile : + 91 9747056838
    Website : http://govindannampoothiry.blogspot.com
    http://kgovindannampoothiry.blogspot.com
    http://www.merinews.com/cj/GOVINDAN

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  4. sorry...
    i thing i forget to add..
    just delet my post after read...
    i just wish to point U that....
    am the child who dare to say... "king is naked"

    but it will not mean, U will need to take out from heaven! lot of apples still in the tree... say get out to the 'dog' who preventing U from taste the real truth.!

    frndly Urs..

    mj- chakkiar@gmail.com
    9037 32 33 35

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  6. education: nowdays.. education is the big money makeing business to ppl like U. charitable fame organizations developed high tech money makers and powered to shake 'govt' itself by the help of 'officers' who hav double benefit... with the help of 'blind' mechanical judiciary!
    parents r converted to money lending mechinery to their childrens.. to eat/to study/to marry/to live/to death...
    all they don't kno how to live by their own self! and its Bkos the 'aim less' planning/forming of our edu system... V could by any certificate if V hav its prize in market... and our surrounds r developed as a big supermarket of all things... just 'toy' like V parents purchase it for our kids...who realy don't know the 'pain/effort/swet to earn this money...
    and as like in old boat man say... with out kno/learn to swim in this muddy modern pool of our society... how our kids survive/for what V doing this useless job??

    am worked as a plumber to earn money to lookafter my family & for my study... i kno how to gave the sutable water to public.. but, i need a swiming pool (which i will develop as a high tech institution for swiming & health fitness centre)... could U arrange?

    i U provide enough space i will show how to make money from 'shade/shelter'
    its not the word of a 'ice cream seller'...!
    who provoked U by showing the 'bit' of power poli-trics as a ministerial chair..
    i heared ppl says that, Y U don't urge to say, i don't need these 'bit' which left only by the continues 'plea' to hen...

    i think i draged it lot...
    just find Ur self... U must understood.. all U belonging now R not the result of these kind illigal contacts/path!
    but the mercyfull one who blissed to U by seen U sincere efforts to reach Ur goal!
    so don't misunderstand... "all gliters r "goLd" and all exam results r sshow the winners..." anothers failing gave U "pass"
    if U still think... to keep me as out sider... nothing to say more!!!


    hav a nice day!
    manoj
    9037 32 33 35

    (delete after read)

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  7. go ahead.........................
    always put flex boards as u r opponents were doing

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  8. Dear sir,

    sorry For my late Comment and Follow in your Blog


    Wish all the Best and inform my Support

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  9. ali kaka iam shihab ali from chemmalassery..........i like your manifesto and also what we want to do for people....i have seen lot of change in some assembly mandalam like mankada, wandoor.u really played very well in last 10 year.because now every body know how to behave with people and discussion with every people other ways it will go dam failure.i like your one dialogue it was the king always people.............

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