Uploaded on Dec 2, 2011
एवं पतंजलि योगपीठ हरिद्वार
34,735 British Acts to be changed to make villages self reliant. Prominent ones and related discussions:-
1. Land Acquisition Act,Indian Forest Act & Forest Conservation Act:
Data: Total land - 34 Crore Hectare, Under Agriculture - 18 Crore Hectare. Difference is either forest land or barren land
Alternative: Change these acts. Local community (Vanwasi, villagers) should give ownership to the agricultural land. They would either convert this land to forest or agri producing land. Vanwasi has indigenous knowledge of farming rare herbs & fruits and traditional techniques of organic farming.
2.Regulations allowing Animals Slaughter
Data: Every year 10 Crore Animals are slaughtered for export
Alternative: Stop Slaughter. If we follow the first alternative, the extra produce can be used for export.
Animals dung/urine should be used for
a) Manure for use in converting barren land to fertile land. 5 lakh Crore is spent on Urea, DAP, insecticides/pesticides. This spend can be saved.
b) Manufacture CNG
3.Regulations allowing Export of Raw produce or material
Data: We export 90 mined materials, export raw materials like cotton etc. Potato is sold 10 Rs/kg , End food product is sold 500 Rs a Kg. Raw Cotton is sold 12-15Kg, Cotton clothes are sold 350-500/Kg
Alternative: Value Addition at Source and final produce should be sold and not raw material.
a) Export Not Cotton, but hand made garments
b) Export Not Potato to chips producing foriegn companies, but produce hand made chips in village.
c) Export Not Iron Ore, but export steel
d) Export Not Wheat (11/kg), But Manual Chakki made Atta(26/kg), Maida, Suji
e) Export Not Tomato(10/kg), But Tomato Ketchup (50/kg)
f) Export not Maize(10/kg), But products like cornflakes (150-200/kg)
g) Export Not Sugarcane Not Sugar (Also no subsidies to sugar mills), But Gur, Gur Shakkar, Bura/Khaand
Sugar mills was started by British and they made law to disallow farmers to make Gur. This law has to be abolished. Every farmer should be allowed to do whatever he wants to do with his produce.
Setup of food Parks to convert surplus of raw material into finished food products for export. There is a huge market for organic produce.
4.Villages should not be dependent on Oil/Petroleum
5.Villages should not be dependent on Allopathy or pharmaceutical industry. Self reliant in Health by way of Ayurved, Naturopathy & Yog which is locally available.
6.Villages should be made reliant in their education system as well. Life skills, Values based education has to be imparted.
7.Large transmission lines only for industry (11000 V lines) for rest,Localized generation of electricity to stop transmission losses (33%) and also transmission causes various other problems.
8.Indian Administrative Act
9.Indian Police Act